[unav_all] Spring AGU Joint Assembly Session Proposals

whammond at unr.edu whammond at unr.edu
Mon Oct 29 17:33:51 MDT 2007

Dear Colleagues --

It would appear that many of you are waiting until the last minute to  
suggest a session for the Spring AGU Joint Assembly meeting that will  
take place in Ft. Lauderdale 27-30 May, 2008.  However, time is  
running out.

The original deadline for these submissions is October 31.  I've just  
received word, however, that the abstract deadline will likely be  
extended through the weekend.  So there is time for you to contact a  
colleague or two and get a session proposal together.  It really just  
takes a few minutes.   Use the following URL to suggest a session:

Come and enjoy the science and sunshine in Ft. Lauderdale this Spring!  
  Help us present an exciting program by suggesting a session that  
highlights your latest, most exciting results.

-Bill Hammond

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From: William Hammond <whammond at unr.edu>
Date: October 11, 2007 10:16:01 AM PDT
To: unav_all at ls.unavco.org
Subject: [unav_all] Spring AGU Meeting Session Proposals

Dear Colleagues --

Now is the time to suggest sessions for the 2008 Joint Assembly AGU  
meeting that will take place 27-30 May in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.   
Please help make the Geodesy section of the meeting a success by  
suggesting a session before the deadline of October 31st.   Use the  
following URL to suggest a session:

Please also note that the Joint Assembly this year has been given the  
theme "A meeting of the Americas" to promote cooperative efforts among  
AGU and other scientific societies in the Americas.  For a list of  
sponsoring societies see: http://www.agu.org/meetings/ja08/
Sessions that help to develop this theme are particularly encouraged.

-Bill Hammond

Dr. William C. Hammond
Professor of Geodesy and Geophysics
Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology
University of Nevada
Reno NV, 89557-0178

Phone: 775-784-6436
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