@ the University of Southern California
Lets bring back the BOOM!
The inaugural Southern California Biogeochemical Ocean Observations and Models (SoCal BOOM) meeting will be held on Saturday March 26, 2022 at the University of Southern California from 9AM – 8PM. The meeting aims to bring together students, postdocs, researchers, and faculty from across the Southern California region with an interest in the application of computer modeling techniques and observations to the study of ocean biogeochemistry.
This one-day symposium is designed to highlight the work of early-career researchers, with both the symposium and the poster session featuring presentations by graduate students and postdoctoral researchers (with faculty encouraged to attend). The aim of this meeting is to foster interaction and collaboration among oceanographers who use observations and modeling approaches to understand Earth systems. Thus, participants need not be ‘modelers’ per se! We welcome scientists engaged in a wide range of ocean biogeochemical research, and encourage participants to highlight aspects of their research which draw upon theoretical or numerical modeling approaches.
For COVID-19 guidelines, see USC’s updated policies here:
USC COVID-19 Policies, March 4th.
As of March 4th, guests will be required to complete USC’s Trojan Check, which requires proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test within the prior 72 hours.