Pacific meets Atlantic: 

Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions

PACLIM is a multidisciplinary workshop that broadly addresses the climatic phenomena occurring in the eastern Pacific Ocean and western North America. The purpose of the workshop is to understand climate effects in this region by bringing together specialists from diverse fields including physical, social, and biological sciences. Time scales from weather to the Quaternary are addressed in oral and poster presentations. 

For Questions contact the organizers: Michelle Goman and Scott Mensing

The next meeting will be held at:
the Asilomar Conference Grounds, Pacific Grove, March 5-8th, 2017

We welcome oral and poster presentations related to climate and the Pacific.

Sunday Evening:
Will include a memorial and remembrance of Kelly Redmond (DRI) longtime participant and traditional Sunday evening presenter.  Please see here for a wonderful memories of Kelly Redmond by his colleagues published in Mountain Views. 

Confirmed Monday Speakers include
John Chiang (UC Berkeley), Greg McCabe (USGS), Julie Richey (USGS), Joellen L. Russell (University of Arizona)

Evening Speakers are:

Laura Cunningham: Artist and activist- Art and Nature and Basin and Range Watch

Abstract deadline is EXTENDED TO February 19th 2017.  
Conference Registration payment and registration form:  
Early Bird Registration ($150) deadline is January 8th 2017. 
Regular Registration  ($175) deadline is EXTENDED TO February 19th 2017.
Late Registration ($200) February 20th 2017 and through the conference.
If you are unable to attend the conference for the full time please contact Michelle Goman
  • Please use this  secure link to purchase and complete the registration process (NB: you will need to create an account or reactivate an existing account).
Commemorative t-shirt:
Please use the registration link.  Price=$20
      Please note we will only have a limited number of t-shirts for sale at the conference, advanced              purchase is recommended to avoid disappointment.

Conference accommodation: 
        Please use this secure link to book and make payment for Asilomar room and board. 
        If you have identified a room mate please specify their name on the online form.  If you have not identified a room mate but                would like to share Asilomar will find a room mate for you.


First priority for conference housing funds will be given to presenting STUDENTS/EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS. Conference housing support is made possible through grants from the USGS Climate Research and Development Program and Delta Science Program

More information on accommodation support can be found here: Student/Early Career Scientist Accommodation Information   


PACLIM 2017 gratefully acknowledges the support of the following organizations: 

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