ISWI Events meetings on the subject of ISWI in 2015 year

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2015 African Geophysical Society Conference
June 1-5, 2015, Nairobi, Kenya

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Organized by African Geophysical Society AGS

Supported by: AGU, Nigerian Geophysical Sociaty, SCOSTEP and VarSITI

Important Deadlines
Application Deadline: 1st March 2015

Application Form
Application for support: 1st March 2015
Notification of acceptance: 5th March 2015
Invitation to participate: 5th March 2015

Technical Sessions:
  • Solid Earth Science
  • Atmospheric Science
  • Ocean Science
  • Astronomy and Planetary Science
  • Solar and Terrestrial Science
    1. Equatorial ionospheric dynamics
    2. Space weather
    3. VarSITI: SCOSTEP new scientific activity
  • Hydrological Scienc

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On a competitive basis limited support (e.g. air-ticket, accommodation) will be available for qualified applicants to attend the Conference


The African Geophysical Society AGS is a dynamic, innovative, and interdisciplinary scientific association committed to the pursuit of understanding of Earth and Space for the benefit of mankind. It was formally established on Thursday 15th November 2012 during the first Chapman Conference on Space Weather in Africa, organized by the American Geophysical Union AGU at Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, between 12th and 16th November 2012. The venue of the maiden Chapman conference on Space weather was the Conference Center of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

The fundamental objectives of AGS are to: (i) Promote the study of the Earth, other planets and Space; and their environments in Africa, (ii) Promote cooperation between scientists and among scientific organizations involved in geophysics and related disciplines, (iii) Initiate and participate in research programs in Earth sciences, space science and related disciplines, (iv) Advance the various relevant disciplines through scientific discussion, publication, and dissemination of information and (v) Encourage programmes and research in geophysics, space science and other related disciplines that will advance economy development and sustainable growth in the African region.

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