3 June, 2003
34th Arctic Workshop 2004
INSTAAR, UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
The 34th Annual International Arctic Workshop will be held March 11-13, 2004, at the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR), University of Colorado at Boulder. The workshop web site is http://instaar.colorado.edu/meetings/AW2004/ (note that "AW" is capitalized).
This workshop has grown out of a series of informal annual meetings sponsored by INSTAAR and other academic institutions worldwide. In keeping with this tradition, there are no formalized topics, and the workshop is organized around themes developed from abstracts submitted for presentation and poster display. In 2004, we hope to build upon the increasing interdisciplinary breadth of previous years by encouraging additional contributions in glaciology and snow sciences. Previous Arctic Workshops have included presentations on Arctic and Antarctic climate, archeology, environmental geochemistry, anthropology, geomorphology, hydrology, glaciology, soils, ecology, oceanography, Quaternary history, and more.
Reception and Registration: Wed. evening March 10th, 5 pm - 8 pm. Main program: Thurs. through Sat., March 11th to 13th.
Boulder, Colorado, Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, University of Colorado East Campus (30th and Marine), Research Buildings #1 and #3.
Submission of abstracts through our web site will begin before December 15th, 2003. Deadline for submissions will be February 22nd, 2004.
Presentations: You will be able to choose either a poster or a talk, but probably not both.
Registration through our web site will begin before December 15th, 2003. Graduate student registration will be $60. As in the past, we have a limited amount of NSF money on hand for Graduate support. Professional registration will be $95 if paid by March 7th, 2004. After that date, professional registration will be $125, including payment at the time of the workshop.
If you have questions, please email us at ArcticWS@colorado.edu
We will provide updated links on our web site to Boulder motels and plan to arrange block reservations at a local hotel.
Arctic Workshops have traditionally included a broad spectrum of talks and posters. However, we have also accommodated specific themes. We can also help arrange small group meetings but it helps if we have notice and a preferred time so we can book the room(s). Please identify any special topics or needs by emailing Tad Pfeffer at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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