After record SNP attendance at the 23rd International Congress of
Biometeorology (May 13 – 16, 2023) in Tempe, AZ, we would proud to
announce this call for manuscripts for the fourth SNP Special Issue of the
International Journal of Biometeorology. This special issue would be a great
opportunity for SNP members to have a chance to publish work which was
presented at #ICB2023, however, any SNP member contributions will be
considered. If you are interested in contributing to this special issue, please
email guest editors Dr. Daniel Vecellio (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Yuliya
Dzyuban (email@example.com) by September 1, 2023 with the following
information: email subject of ‘SNP Special Issue abstract’, provisional title
for your paper, paper type, abstract (250 words), focus (e.g., plant, animal,
or human biometeorology), author names, and expected submission date.
Manuscripts must be submitted by February 1, 2024.
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The SNP group includes almost 80 active members who are either within 5 years from leaving education (e.g. PhD study) or under 35 years of age. The group first met together at the 18th International Congress of Biometeorology in Tokyo (September 2008, led by Kate Bassil), the 19th ICB in Auckland (December 2011, led by Simon Gosling), and for a third time at the 20th ICB in Cleveland (September 2014, led by Jennifer Vanos).
Over the years, SNP members participated in summer-training workshops supported by the Tromp Foundation. These professional development opportunities for emerging scholars led to publications focusing on interdisciplinary research, education, and technology. We are a diverse group of researchers and educators working to share our knowledge of Biometeorology from past present, and future, bringing energy and new insights into our work.
May 11th at 12:00 UTC features presentations from Drs. Yoonjung Ahn, Christos Giannaros, and Shreya Banerjee.
Investigating city bike rental usage and wet-bulb globe temperature
Placing humans at the center of heat-related studies and early-warning systems
Validating ENVI-met for Relative Humidity (RH) in high-density temporary encroachment spaces in the streets of tropical Indian megacities
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A skill-building series with a webinar on 6 April 2022 at 11:00 UTC. Dr. Shreya Banerjee is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow of Cooling Singapore. She employs statistical learning and computational techniques to solve issues pertaining to Sustainable Built Environment with an emphasis on climate risk mitigation, human biometeorology and climatology, energy usage and urban design.
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