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13th iCACGP / 13th IGAC Quadrennial Symposium/Conference

joint 13th Quadrennial iCACGP Symposium /13th IGAC Science Conference. Natal, Brazil, 22-26 September, 2014 ::: Newsletter
FIRST Announcement:
The joint 13th Quadrennial iCACGP Symposium and 13th IGAC Science Conference. 
Natal, Brazil, 22-26th September 2014. 

On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee, we invite you to participate in the joint 13th iCACGP Quadrennial Symposium and 13th IGAC Science Conference, which is to be held from the 22nd - 26th of September, 2014, in the city of Natal, in northeastern Brazil.
Registration is now open.
The Joint Quadrennial ICACGP Symposia and IGAC Science Conferences provide unique mechanisms for the dissemination of scientific information across the transdisciplinary global atmospheric scientific community. The topical theme of the joint 13th Quadrennial iCACGP Symposium / 13th IGAC Science Conference is "Changing Chemistry in a Changing World": The foci being our current knowledge and understanding of the chemical, physical and biogeochemical processes, which determine atmospheric composition and behavior, their modification by anthropogenic activity and related feedbacks. Of central significance to the meeting is our knowledge of the fundamental science, which impacts the accuracy of our assessment of both the recent and current impact of human behavior on the earth system, and of the prediction of future air quality, human health, environmental and climate change.

The joint 13th iCACGP / 13th IGAC Quadrennial Symposium/Conference takes place over five days from the 22nd - 26th of September, 2014. It comprises plenary sessions, which begin with invited keynote speakers and have selected topical oral presentations, coupled with innovative and high quality poster sessions. The latter are the key integrating aspect. Posters will be displayed continuously throughout the meeting. The Symposium/Conference also features an excellent Young Scientist Program. Finally, this joint 13th Quadrennial iCACGP Symposium /13th IGAC Science Conference also celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the World Meteorological Organization´s (WMO) Global Atmosphere Watch (GAW) addressing the issues of both operational and academic research.

We look forward to welcoming you all to iCACGP/IGAC-2014 in Natal, Brazil.

Please find more details on the venue, accommodation, conference programme, registration details and deadlines, as well as useful information for tourists by browsing through our website: http://igac-icacgp2014.org/.

The international Commission on Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Pollution, iCACGP, is one of ten Commissions in International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences, IAMAS, which in turn is one of the associations within International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, IUGG, coordinated by International Council for Science, ICSU. iCACGP was created in 1957 to focus on the multidisciplinary scientific issues associated with radiation and pollution. The International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC) project was formed in 1990 to address growing international concern over rapid changes observed in the Earth´s atmosphere. IGAC is a Core Project under the umbrella of the International Geosphere Biosphere Programme (IGBP) and co-sponsored by the international Commission on Atmospheric Composition and Global Pollution (iCACGP). Since 1994 the Quadrennial iCACGP Symposium has been held jointly with the IGAC Science Conference: A focused IGAC conference also taking place between joint conferences. This series of scientific meeting provides a unique forum for research scientists and graduate students and state of the art knowledge transfer for professionals active in the area of atmospheric chemistry around the world.

Conference Venue: Natal Convention Center (NCC)
                        Realizers: iCACGP / IGAC
                        Sponsors: CNPq / UFRN / FAPERN
                        Support: CGPDI
                        Organization: Acquaviva Promoções e Produções

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