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Conference gathered atmospheric scientists

News: Jun 14, 2016

On April 26-27, 2016 the 7th biennial GAC Conference was held at the University of Gothenburg Wallenberg Centre. The conference was a resounding success with more than 70 participants from more than 10 partner organizations.

More than 40 oral and poster presentations were given over the course of the two day event that illustrated the diversity and activity of the GAC community. Discussions and a panel session revealed a keen interest by members to continue to grow and strengthen the GAC network. Forthcoming events connected to the network can be found on the GAC calendar.

 

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