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Earth Science and Climate Change Meeting 2013

The OMICS Conference on Earth Science and Climate change is a global event for gathering experts in the field of climate and earth sciences, in addition to the relevant environmental experts. The OMICS Group aims at dispersion of knowledge in the concerned domain that takes into account geographical factors and the earths terrain.

OMICS invites abstracts from renowned speakers with a track record of presenting over 200 research papers, to speak at the earth sciences meet. The speakers focus on current topics of strategic importance like global warming, advanced environmental sciences, ecology and several others. The OMICS Earth science conference will be spread over three days and comprise of several tracks and sessions, which serve as the medium for research talks and thought-provoking measures with respect to climate change and the earth studies.

In the prehistoric era, the earths atmosphere is said to have formed from the release of carbon dioxide, water vapour, nitrogen and other gases from its interior. The characteristics of rocks indicate how they were formed and the conditions, which enabled their metamorphosis. Ever since the formation of gases into the atmosphere, a water cycle or hydrologic cycle is being constantly repeated.

The study of rocks and its sequences enables reconstruction of geologic history. The absolute age of materials in rocks can be found by half-time period of radioactive isotopes. The Earth Sciences meet by OMICS sheds light on the advances and discoveries in the relevant domains.

The OMICS International Conference on Earth Science and Climate Change is also expected to gather experts from the environmental sciences and natural disasters domain. The earths heat phenomena is powered by solar energy and influenced by gravity. The atmosphere supplies most of the energy for the circulation of atmosphere and oceans. Insolation is the amount of solar energy absorbed by the atmosphere.



The precipitation from the earths systems is observed to erode mountains that transform sediments to various locations and are eventually transformed into sedimentary rocks. The interaction of solar energy with the atmosphere and climate of the earth determines the global climate. The earths rotation and the site of mountain ranges and oceans also play a vital role. The location of probable earthquake epicentres is determined by the properties of the earths crust and the velocity and refraction of seismic waves.

The transfer of energy between the earths surface and the atmosphere takes place through radiation, evaporation, conduction and convection. The weather is actually the result of a multitude of atmospheric factors including atmospheric circulation and the variations of temperature therein. The atmospheric circulation, in turn, is determined by the rotation of the earth.

The detailed panel discussions followed by poster presentations and keynote speech on climate change and earth studies at the earth sciences conference enable the delegates to get well-informed about the latest developments in the field of earth and ecology the relevant applications of earth sciences.

The participants of the climate change and earth science meet by OMICS are kept updated about the tectonics, water cycle, deposition of rocks and the overall weather systems and variables.

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