Abstract submission has now closed.
The Program Committee welcomes abstracts on topics in line with the conference theme of ‘the science of climate change’, including areas such as:
- climate modelling
- climate change projections
- climate variability
- extreme events and community resilience
- Pacific nations and climate change
- impacts and adaptation
- policy and economics
- communicating climate change
1. Abstract must be relevant to the Conference
2. Research and conclusions presented must be evidence-based
3. Abstract must be submitted via conference website (Note: maximum abstract length is 400 words)
The Conference Program Committee reserves the right to accept or reject abstracts. The Committee may also allocate some abstracts as posters - preference for presentations will be given to those who are already registered to attend the conference.
Presenting authors are responsible for the accuracy of the content and spelling as abstracts will be published as submitted, subject to reformatting that may be required by Conference Organisers. You will need to meet your own travel, accommodation and registration expenses, and take responsibility for transport and storage of presentation materials. Accepted abstracts may be published in the Conference Handbook, on the Conference website, and CD-ROM.
Only abstracts submitted online through the conference website will be considered for inclusion in the conference.
Please note that presenting authors must be registered delegates, and pay the registration fee no later than 21 January 2011.
19 November 2010 - Deadline for submission of abstracts
10 December 2010 - Notification of acceptance or otherwise of abstract and whether it is to be a paper or a poster
21 January 2011 - Final date for registration by presenters
4 April 2011 - Conference commences