Aerosol and, therefore, sulfur play a key role in the climate system. In recognition of their importance, the WCRP's (World Climate Research Programme) SPARC (Stratospheric Processes and their Role in Climate) SSiRC activity is sponsoring this scientific workshop to facilitate an improved understanding on the way that the stratospheric aerosol layer will be affected by on-going climate change and how the stratospheric aerosol layer itself drives climate change.
The SSiRC workshop will be held October 28-30, 2013 (Mon-Wed) in Atlanta, Ga. at the Global Learning Center, which is adjacent (and physically linked) to the Georgia Tech Hotel. Please click on "Accommodations" above for more information and to book your room (be sure to book your room on or before October 4th to insure availability).
Please register online for the workshop using your credit card (click "Register" above). You must pre-register to attend! Registration costs:
- Early bird registration *until* 4 October 2013, US$ 275
- Standard registration *after* 4 October 2013, US$ 325
You can also submit your abstract online here (click "Submit Abstract" above).