SNP is disseminating biometeorological knowledge across international and disciplinary boundaries

What is Biometeorology?

Biometeorology is an interdisciplinary science that considers the interactions between atmospheric processes and living organisms (plants, animals and humans). It brings together research from such diverse disciplines including, but not limited to, geography, biology, mathematics and statistics, environmental science, and physiology, requires its practitioners to be conversant in a wide range of disciplines.

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Students and New Professionals (SNP) Group

The SNP group includes almost 80 active members who are either within 5 years from leaving education (e.g. PhD study) or under 35 years of age. The group first met together at the 18th International Congress of Biometeorology in Tokyo (September 2008, led by Kate Bassil), the 19th ICB in Auckland (December 2011, led by Simon Gosling), and for a third time at the 20th ICB in Cleveland (September 2014, led by Jennifer Vanos). We are a diverse group of researchers and educators working to share our knowledge of Biometeorology from past present, and future, bringing energy and new insights into our work.

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