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    timm
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    Citizen Science Workshop - Meteorology

    Post by timm » Sun 26 Feb 2017 9:55 am

    The Australian Meteorology and Oceanography Society are holding a Citizen Science Workshop on March 25th 2017, at U3A Rooms, 26 Sinclair Avenue, Glen Iris Vic 3146.

    9:00am - 4:30pm

    The Workshop program includes:
    1. Instrumentation - Weather Stations and Sensors;
    2. Collecting the Data;
    3. How to model this Data;
    4. How a forecast is created;
    5. How a forecast is broadcast in the media;
    6. Climate
    7. Projects which you can be involved.

    Speakers are from, Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne University, Monash University.

    Posters and displays of equipment will also be on view.

    Fee: $25.00 (includes Morning, Afternoon Tea and Light Lunch)

    Please Book through Eventbrite.

    Further information:
    tim.morrow@bom.gov.au

    timm
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    Re: Citizen Science Workshop - Meteorology

    Post by timm » Sun 05 Mar 2017 11:14 pm

    The Eventbrite page is located at:

    https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/meteoro ... 77?aff=es2

    Tim Morrow

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    Re: Citizen Science Workshop - Meteorology

    Post by uncle_bob » Wed 27 Sep 2017 2:09 am

    Shame it isn't being held in Canberra. If it was I'd be there.
    Interested in building your own Weather Station? Maybe check out the WeatherDuino Pro Project Here
    Conder, Canberra Weather
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