Chinese-American Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (COAA)
What is COAA
The Chinese-American Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (COAA) is a non-profit and charitable organization (Combined Federal Campaign Agency Designation No. 60027) that operates under the Public Benefit Corporation Law for scientific purposes. Elected yearly at annual meetings, the Board of Directors consists of the President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Ocean and Atmosphere Program Chairs, and Directors in Membership, Publicity, and Publication. Special Committees and Regional Coordinators are assigned by the Board to promote membership drive and networking in areas outside of Washington DC.
To network ocean and atmosphere professionals in establishing a forum based on common interests;
To facilitate professional contacts;
To improve qualification and occupational opportunities.
COAA was started in 1993 by a group ambitious scientists. Please read an article pulished in Washington Chinese Daily News by previous COAA president, Hsing-hua (Eddie) Shih, to celebrate COAA's 25th anniversary
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COAA July 2020 Reserch Highlights
A study by Fei Liu et al. reported that China's policy interventions during the COVID-19 outbreak have significant impacts on local environment and economy.
COAA Recent Activities
Jul.10-12, 2019 The 8th COAA International Conference on Atmosphere, Ocean, and Climate Change (ICAOCC) was successfully held at NUIST (Nanjing, China). There are 11 topics and over 200 participants. This conference has been reported in the media, inluding The SKYLINE , China Meteorological Administration, and STDAILY.com
Sep.14, 2019 - Mid-Autumn Festival Family & Friends Day
Feb. 9, 2019 - Celebrate the coming Chinese New Year (CNY)