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Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society

Purpose and Objective

The Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS) is the national society of individuals and organisations dedicated to advancing atmospheric and oceanic sciences and related environmental disciplines in Canada. The Society’s aim is to promote meteorology and oceanography in Canada, and it is a major non-governmental organisation serving the interests of meteorologists, climatologists, oceanographers, limnologists, hydrologists and cryospheric scientists in Canada.

The Society exists for the advancement of meteorology and oceanography in Canada.

Acronym: CMOS

Country or Region: Canada

Established Since: CMOS was officially created in 1967 as the Canadian Meteorological Society and adopted its present name in 1977, following an invitation by the Canadian Meteorological Society to the oceanographic community in Canada to join the Society. However, CMOS has a rich history dating back to 1939 when it was known as the Canadian Branch of the Royal Meteorological Society.

Number of Members: 700

Website: www.cmos.ca

Contact:

cmos@cmos.ca

Publications:

Bi-monthly Bulletin

Atmosphere Ocean

Annual Report

Other Society Information:

www.cmosarchives.ca