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Tony.McMichael at anu.edu.au
Thu Dec 16 22:32:07 EST 2004
Ironically, the Wengen meeting was rescheduled, about 3 weeks ago, so that it did not clash with the Biometeorology conference.
You could try contacting Henry Diaz, the prime mover among the Wengen organisers, and tell him of the unfortunate clash with ISEE. These days it is usual to have a couple of ISEE sessions dealing with aspects of climate change.
Aust Nat University
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Subject: Re: [Atmos_enviro_health] Let's kick start this network -Atmospheric Environment and Health list server
Andrea recently notified people on this list about ISEE 2005 in South
Africa (13-16 September), and Kevin notified us about the Wengen-2005
Workshop on Climate, Climatic Change and Human Health (12-14 September).
Just today I received further information that might be of interest to
the list, regarding a "Climate, Weather and Enteric Diseases Symposium"
being proposed for the ISEE 2005 conference (see attached email). This
clash of climate and human health meetings represents a dilemma for
those of use with a passionate interest in this area. Does anyone know
if the organisers of the two events are aware of the clash, and can
anyone suggest a solution (apart from doing three days of WENGEN and
then two days of ISEE)?
As Vice-President of the International Society of Biometeorology, I
should also let you know that the International Congress of
Biometeorology will be held in Germany the week before the events
mentioned above (5-9 September). See http://www.icb2005.de for further
details. The Congress theme is 'Adaptation to Weather, Climate and
Dr Paul Beggs, Senior Lecturer
Department of Physical Geography
Division of Environmental and Life Sciences
New South Wales 2109, Australia
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>>> "Olivia Harkin" <Olivia.Harkin at anu.edu.au> Thursday, 9 December
2004 11:17:36 >>>
We just thought that we should send you this email as 2004
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