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Citizen Science Workshop - Meteorology

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timm
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Citizen Science Workshop - Meteorology

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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

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The Eventbrite page is located at:

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

Tim Morrow

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Location: Canberra

Re: Citizen Science Workshop - Meteorology

Post by uncle_bob »

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
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