This is the 3rd announcement for the 3rd International Workshop on Stratospheric Sulfur and its Role in Climate (SSiRC). The workshop will be held at the University of Leeds in the Liberty Building (School of Law) from 30th March to 1st April 2020.
The meeting’s focus will be on observations and modelling of the stratospheric aerosol layer and its sources and, particularly, to understand volcanic impacts on stratospheric composition and climate. Other related research topics are welcome particularly those associated with recent volcanic activity (e.g., Raikoke) and the scientific response to them, recent field campaigns (e.g. StratoClim, AToM, ASPEN), community modelling activities (e.g. ISA-MIP, VolMIP and GeoMIP) and related science programs (e.g. OCTAV-UTLS, CCMI, PAGES, VICS).
Registration and Abstract submission is now OPEN.
The web site for abstract submission and registration is open. There is some travel support available for early career scientists and scientists from developing countries. Directions on how to apply for travel support is also on the web site. The web site is found here:
Abstract deadline: Feb 16th 2020
The organizing committee
The organizing committee includes Graham Mann (Univ. Leeds, U.K.), Stefanie Kremser (Bodeker Scientific, New Zealand), Landon Rieger (Univ. of Saskatchewan, Canada), and Larry Thomason (NASA Langley, USA). Feel free to contact us with any questions or comments.