This WG now organises a conference on The Agulhas System and its Role in Changing Ocean Circulation. I forward the announcement by the Conference convenors, hoping that those of you interested in the Agulhas current system will have the possibility to participate in the conference.
Invitation from the Conference convenors: Will de Ruijter, Rainer Zahn, Arne Biastoch, Lisa Beal: We are pleased to announce: A Chapman Conference on The Agulhas System and its Role in Changing Ocean Circulation, Climate, and Marine Ecosystems organised by SCOR/IAPSO/WCRP Working Group 136 On the Climatic Importance of the Greater Agulhas System, with the support of AGU.
Dates, venue: October 8-12, 2012, Spier Wine Estate, Stellenbosch, Western Cape, South Africa.
Please forward to interested colleagues and students!
I will also take the opportunity to remind you of the next IAPSO Assembly which will take place in Gothenburg, Sweden, July 22–26 2013. This is a Joint IAHS/IAPSO/IAPSEI Assembly, see http://iahs-iapso-iaspei2013.com/
Johan Rodhe Professor of Oceanography (Emeritus) Secretary General The International Association for the Physical Sciences of the Oceans, IAPSO Website: http://iapso.iugg.org/
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