Los Angeles, California (PressExposure) February 20, 2013 -- The International Conference on Earth Science & Climate Change will be organized by the OMICS Group from 22-24 July, 2013 in Las Vegas, USA. The conference is addressed by renowned speakers from various universities and environmental bodies being part of the keynote forum. The earth sciences meet will offer a platform for professionals and academicians to share the latest findings in relevant research.
The conference will discuss about the Earth and its Dynamics, and the ways of applying the principles for preserving the climate change and fight global warming. Other topics of interest include hydroglogy, earth sciences and the applications of earth science. The delegates will hold panel discussions on the applications of earth science, and the technical aspects of pedology and pedogenesis. This will also cover the overall trends in geography and current research.
OMICS Inc organizes scientific events across the globe under various fields and specializations. This enables professionals and practitioners from scientific bodies ton interact and share knowledge, and boost prospects of partner networking and industry relationships in the scientific domain.
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 earth's 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.