CEDAR email: First circular for 8th International Workshop on Long-Term Changes and Trends in the Atmosphere

Moffat-Griffin, Tracy tmof at bas.ac.uk
Fri Jul 26 05:08:56 MDT 2013

First Circular
8th International Workshop on
Long-Term Changes and Trends in the Atmosphere

28 - 31 July 2014
Cambridge, United Kingdom

The 8th International Workshop on "Long-Term Changes and Trends in the Atmosphere" will be held in Cambridge, United Kingdom, from 28 to 31 July 2014. The workshop themes are supported by the trends working group II.F of IAGA, ICMA and SCOSTEP. The workshop is hosted by the British Antarctic Survey, and the venue will be Clare College in central Cambridge.

Workshop website

Workshop focus

Long-term changes to Earth's atmosphere are becoming more and more relevant to the future of our world and it is paramount that we quantify and understand changes occurring at all levels within the coupled atmospheric system. The increasing concentration of greenhouse gases, stratospheric ozone depletion, varying solar and geomagnetic activity, secular change of Earth's magnetic field, and changing dynamics propagating up from the troposphere are some of the possible causes of long-term changes in the stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere and ionosphere. The goals of this workshop are to review the current state of knowledge about trends in these atmospheric regions, and to discuss what research is necessary for resolving inconsistencies, reducing uncertainties, and achieving a deeper understanding of middle and upper atmospheric climate change - especially the relative influences of anthropogenic and solar effects. While the troposphere is not the main focus of the workshop, it is clear that it has a major role to play in middle and upper atmosphere trends; papers that demonstrate this relevance are also welcome.

Call for abstracts
A formal call for abstracts will follow later. Abstract submission will open in early 2014.

The workshop will be hosted at Clare College, in the centre of Cambridge, United Kingdom. Founded in 1326, it is the second oldest college in the University of Cambridge, but prides itself on being also one of the more progressive and informal. It is set by the river Cam, from where it is easy to explore the rest of the historic centre of Cambridge.
A block of rooms at Clare College Memorial Court has been reserved. Single rooms with en-suite bathrooms will be available for £80 per night and single rooms with shared bathroom facilities will be available for £53 per night. Both options include breakfast, internet, and VAT. If you require a double room, please contact the local organizing committee as soon as possible (e-mail: trends2014 at bas.ac.uk<mailto:trends2014 at bas.ac.uk>). You will be able to book accommodation at the time of registration for the meeting through our website. For pictures see: http://www.clareconferencing.com/accommodation/
Directions to Cambridge and Clare College can be found here:

Social events
Monday evening                     Drinks reception in the Scholars Garden at Clare College
Tuesday evening                     Cambridge city tour with a science theme
Wednesday evening                Gala dinner in the Great Hall at Clare College

Registration information
Standard registration will be available from £170 per person. Further details on reduced rates for early-career scientists and scientists from developing countries will be announced later. The registration fee will include lunches on Monday-Thursday, the gala dinner, city walking tour, and drinks reception. Registration for accompanying persons, which includes access to the gala dinner, drinks reception and walking tour, will be available from £75 per person.

Financial support
We will offer a reduced registration rate for early-career scientists and scientists from developing countries. In addition, we will offer a limited number of additional support packages on an application basis. Further details on eligibility and how to apply will be announced in early 2014.

Local Organizing Committee
Tracy Moffat-Griffin (Chair)
Mark Clilverd
Andrew Kavanagh
Ingrid Cnossen
Martin Jarvis
Penny Goodearl
e-mail: trends2014 at bas.ac.uk<mailto:trends2014 at bas.ac.uk>

Scientific Program Committee
Gufran Beig
Jan Lastovika
John Emmert
Christoph Jacobi
Liying Qian
Ingrid Cnossen
Dan Marsh.

Previous workshops
1999, Pune, India
2001, Prague, Czech Republic
2004, Sozopol, Bulgaria
2006, Sodankyla, Finland
2008, Saint Petersburg, Russia
2010, Boulder, Colorado, USA
2012, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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