AMOS is an independent Australian society that supports and fosters interest in meteorology, oceanography and other related sciences. This is done by providing a forum for people with a common interest, and by publishing relevant material. The Society helps all those with an interest in the environment including research workers and professionals, those whose work is affected by, and affects, the atmosphere and oceans, and those who simply want to keep up with new findings.
It provides support and fosters interest in meteorology and oceanography through its publications, meetings, courses, grants and prizes, and represents the views of its members to Government, institutes and the public.
The Society has established regional centres in Sydney, Hobart, Perth, Melbourne, Canberra, Darwin, Adelaide and Brisbane to organise meetings and other activities in those locations.
WHO CAN BE A MEMBER?
Anyone with a genuine interest in meteorology, oceanography, or related sciences. Students and teachers (primary, secondary or tertiary) are welcome. There are several categories of membership available for an individual or organization.
To learn more about AMOS, or to join, visit the Australian Meteorological & Oceanographic Society