2004 Southern Forestry and Natural Resources GIS Conference ~ Bioblogia.net

5 de octubre de 2004

2004 Southern Forestry and Natural Resources GIS Conference

Registration for the 2004 Southern Forestry and Natural Resources GIS Conference is now open. This event will feature pre-conference workshops on the application of geospatial technologies in natural resources management, keynote talks from Dr. Virginia Dale (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) and James Brenner (Florida Division of Forestry), presentations with topics ranging from wildlife habitat modeling to urban forestry, and a poster session/mixer. A conference schedule and registration instructions can be found online at:
Although the program of speakers is full, we have recently secured additional space for posters, and are inviting submissions for additional poster abstracts through November 15th. This is an excellent opportunity for graduate students to present the results of their work and receive feedback from experts in the fields of GIS and natural resources. Also note that full-time students receive a significant discount on conference registration.
Abstracts must be submitted electronically to the email address given below: Program Chair: Michael C. Wimberly Warnell School of Forest Resources - University of Georgia Athens, GA 30602
(706) 583-8097
Submission guidelines:
- Please put "Abstract Submission - Your Lastname" in the subject of your email, and include all the required information in the body of the email (not as an attached document).
- Include the following information in your submission: (1) the type of presentation (POSTER ONLY), (2) the title of the presentation, (3) the author(s) and their affiliations, (4) the corresponding author's mailing address, telephone number, fax number, and email address, (5) the abstract (250 words or less), and (6) up to 3 keywords describing the major topic(s) addressed. Acceptance notices will be sent electronically to submitting authors by November 15th, 2004.
- Posters will be displayed throughout the conference, and must fit within a 4 ft. tall x 5 ft. wide area. A poster session/mixer allow for in-depth discussion between poster presenters and other conference participants.

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