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CMOS Ottawa Centre

IMPORTANT INFORMATION BELOW (for COVID times)

The Ottawa Centre is comprised of about 90 CMOS members.  During COVID restrictions we are planning monthly virtual meetings for the 2020 / 2021 Season.

Our meetings are open to members and the public, but it is important to be on our email list to receive the Zoom co-ordinates for each meeting.  Meetings will be planned at lunch time - to sign in via Zoom - after 11:45 am followed by the presentation at 12:00 noon by an invited speaker, questions after and discussion.  Occasionally our meetings will be joint with partner groups or societies.  Outreach activities aimed at high school, university and post graduate students are a priority for the Ottawa Centre. We judge and provide prizes at regional science fairs in Ottawa and Gatineau

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Upcoming CMOS Ottawa Centre Virtual Lunch Meeting - Thursday 21 January 2021
 

SPEAKERS:  Student trio (U Ottawa): Abby Dalton on glacier changes on SE Ellesmere, which would connect to Andrew Hamilton (post-doc) talking about glacier-ocean interactions, and then to Adam Garbo (MSc) talking about his work on validating and improving iceberg drift models in the CAA.  

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LOCATION Virtual presentation via Zoom.

TIME: Thursday, February 18, 11:45 AM

RSVP:  Meeting will take place on Zoom. Please register in advance for this meeting.

PAST MEETINGSClick here for CMOS YouTube Channel containing recordings from recent virtual meetings.

Click here to see available video recordings or slides from recent meetings posted in Ottawa Centre Archives.

NEXT MEETING:  18 February 2021,

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Canadian Association for the Club of Rome

(collaborator with CMOS Ottawa)

Upcoming 2021 CACOR events

27-Jan  Wednesday 1:30 PM  Dave Dougherty Part Two:   The Societal Responses and Effects of SARS2 
03-Feb Wednesday 1:30 PM  John Gilmore   Taking LEAP to education liberation in Africa 
10-Feb Wednesday 1:30 PM  Vic Buxton   An overview of the Major Elements of the International Environmental Agency 
17-Feb Wednesday 1:30 PM  Dr. Jamie Stephen   District Energy in Canada
24-Feb Wednesday 1:30 PM  John Meyer  Populism
03-Mar Wednesday 1:30 PM  Madeline Weld   TBD population
10-Mar Wednesday 1:30 PM  Marilyn Mosley Gordanier   The Rise of Distance Learning and its Global Ramifications 
17-Mar Wednesday 1:30 PM  Dr. Gerald Kutney   Engaging politicians and climate deniers
24-Mar Wednesday 1:30 PM  Margaret McCuaig-Johnston   TBD
31-Mar Wednesday 1:30 PM  Charles Hall   Limits to Growth
07-Apr Wednesday 1:30 PM  Jessica Lambert  Biophysical Economics
14-Apr Wednesday 1:30 PM  Sarah Dougherty  The importance of interdisciplinary planning and execution of remediation projects for contaminated sites.
21-Apr Wednesday 1:30 PM  Vic Buxton The Development Phase of the Montreal Protocol
28-Apr Wednesday 1:30 PM  Ralph Torrie  Build Back Better
5 May  Wednesday 1:30 PM  Paul Beckwith  Climate Restoration
12-May Wednesday 1:30 PM Bill Reese TBD
19-May Wednesday 1:30 PM TBD

To obtain registration information for any meeting, please contact Art Hunter at art.cacor@gmail.com

For more information on past and future CACOR events, please go to the CACOR Web Site

For YouTube videos of past CACOR presentations and discussion please click here

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Meeting Notices from Science Exchange Societies

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Ottawa Centre Archives - Please follow this link for past meeting notices, slides and videos from recent lunch presentations, executive members, previous speakers by topic and year, minutes of executive meetings and much more.





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