40 BAMOS Dec 2017 Calendar For more events and details, visit the online AMOS calendar. 2018 January June 7–11. American Meteorological Society (AMS) 98th Annual Meeting, Austin, USA. 2–8. 4th International Symposium on the Effects of Climate Change on the World’s Oceans. Washington DC, USA. 12–14. PAGES Volcanic Impacts on Climate and Society (VICS) 3rd workshop, Tuscon, USA. 3–8. Asia Oceania Geosciences Society 15th Annual Meeting, Hawaii, USA. February 5–9. AMOS Conference–ICSHMO 2018. Sydney. 11–15. 23rd Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence/21st Conference on Air-Sea Interaction. Oklahoma City, USA. 11–16. 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting. Portland, USA. 15–26. POLAR 2018 Conference. Davos, Switzerland. April 25–29. Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science/Climate Extremes (ARCCSS/CLEX) Winter School. Canberra. 8–13. European Geophysical Union (EGU) General Assembly. Vienna, Austria. May 28–1 June. Data Management for Climate Services Workshop. Peru, Lima. Journal of Southern Hemisphere Earth System Science (JSHESS) Volume 67, Issue 1 Early Online View Ayers. Lower Tropospheric Temperatures 1978–2016: The Role Played By Anthropogenic Global Warming. Gamble, Beard, Watkins, Jones, Ganter, Webb and Evans. Tracking the El Niño—Southern Oscillation in real-time: a staged communication approach to event onset. Le Marshall, Howard, Xiao, Daniels, Wanzong, Jung, Bresky, Bailey, Tingwell, Le and Margetic. Himawari-8 Atmospheric Motion Vectors-operational generation and asssimilation. Chung and Power. The non-linear impact of El Niño, La Niña and the Southern Oscillation on seasonal and regional Australian precipitation. Dare and Ebert. Latitudinal variations in the accuracy of model- generated forecasts of precipitation over Australia and south- east Asia. Peace, McCaw, Santos, Kepert, Burrows, Fawcett. Meteorological drivers of extreme fire behaviour during the Waroona bushfire, Western Australia, January 2016. Tobin, Reid, Miles. Annual climate summary Australia (2016): strong El Niño gives way to strong negative IOD.