Papers for this conference are solicited on the following:
connections between tropical convection and the stratosphere
dynamics, organization, or aggregation of tropical convection;
modulation of high impact global weather events by tropical convection;
observational analysis of tropical convection and variability, including field campaign results (e.g. YMC, PISTON);
societal impacts of subseasonal variability, including impacts of extreme weather on agricultural and energy sectors;
subseasonal and seasonal variability and prediction of tropical cyclones;
theoretical or modeling studies of monsoonal and intraseasonal variability;
tropical–extratropical interactions; and
variability and predictability of climate on subseasonal-to-seasonal time scales.
Student Award Opportunities
Student abstract submissions are especially encouraged. Cash awards for the top oral and poster presentations will be given. Students, if they wish to participate, should indicate their eligibility for a student award when they submit their abstracts.
Two travel grants (worth $550 each) are available to support students attendance at the AMS Annual Meeting. Student who would like to be considered for need-based partial travel support should indicate so when submitting their abstract or contact the program organizers directly. Student may be asked to submit justification for the funds. If applying for a travel grant, please send an email to Angel Adames-Corraliza (email: firstname.lastname@example.org), Scott Powell (email: email@example.com), and Naoko Sakaeda (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) and enter "7MJO Student Travel Support Application" as the subject line.