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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CMOS Toronto and Ottawa Centre Webinar
SPEAKER: David Phillips, Senior Climatologist, Environment and Climate Change Canada
TITLE: Weather and Climate: Not what your grandparents knew!
ABSTRACT: Urban floods, ice rains, winter heat waves, interface wildfires, weather bombs, megadroughts - if you think we've been cursed and clobbered a lot harder and a lot more often recently, you are not imagining it. It used to be that our weather was "normal" and dependable. Now, more and more Canadians are asking: What's happening to our weather?
If our weather is becoming weirder and wilder are people responsible or is it nature doing this to us? Or both? Maybe we are changing more than the weather. What has become clear is that the Earth is warming, and the number of weather-related disasters is on the rise. We can no longer assume that yesterday's weather will apply tomorrow.
LOCATION: Virtual presentation via Zoom.
TIME: November 17, 2020, 7:00 p.m.
RSVP: Webinar will take place on Zoom. Please register in advance for this meeting.
NEXT MEETING: Wednesday November 18, 1:30 PM: Joint meeting with CACOR, speaker Arna Einarsdóttir, National Arts Centre, on Climate change, music and culture.
Canadian Association for the Club of Rome
(collaborator with CMOS Ottawa)
Upcoming 2020 - 2021 CACOR events
28-Oct Wednesday 1:30 PM Jennifer Manning Supply chains during the Covid19 pandemic (guest talk)
04-Nov Wednesday 1:30 PM Dr. John Purdie Carbon Dioxide and the Biosphere
11-Nov Wednesday 1:30 PM Jean Dougherty A Travelogue Through Time
18-Nov Wednesday 1:30 PM Arna Einarsdottir Climate change and music, culture
25-Nov Wednesday 1:30 PM Dr. Barry Bruce Local Food Security
02-Dec Wednesday 1:30 PM Dr. R. Walker Nuclear Energy
09-Dec Wednesday 1:30 PM Your name here
16-Dec Wednesday 1:30 PM Your name here
30-Dec Wednesday 1:30 PM Your name here We may skip this date
06-Jan Wednesday 1:30 PM Your name here
13-Jan Wednesday 1:30 PM Your name here
20-Jan Wednesday 1:30 PM Huguette Labelle Women's Issues and Perspectives
27-Jan Wednesday 1:30 PM Dave Dougherty How a Novel Virus Up-ended the Modern World
For more information on past and future CACOR events, please go to the CACOR Web Site
Ottawa Science Exchange and Partner Meeting Notices (notices closest to the current date are on top)
Greetings Laurentian SETAC,
Join us for an engaging talk from the comforts of your own home at our next Virtual Ontario Pub Night. Dr. Vera-Chang will discuss transgenerational effects of Prozac on male zebrafish. Join us at 6 PM to socialize with L-SETAC members and friends from across Ontario and beyond. The talk begins at 6:30 PM.
Title: Transgenerational hypocortisolism and behavioural disruption induced by the antidepressant fluoxetine in male zebrafish Danio rerio
Speaker: Dr. Marilyn Vera-Chang, Postdoctoral Fellow, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories & Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
When: Wednesday October 28 from 6:00 to 7:30 PM
Zoom meeting: Please complete the RSVP form to receive the meeting link
Cost: Pay what you want to support future student awards ($2 members, $4 non members or an amount of your choosing)
Please see abstract and speaker biography for more information. We look forward to seeing you there.
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Laurentian SETAC Pub Night Committee
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