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Date:         Wed, 11 Jan 2006 17:24:10 -0800
Reply-To:     "Robert A. Norheim" <[log in to unmask]>
Sender:       Biological Conservation and GIS <[log in to unmask]>
From:         "Robert A. Norheim" <[log in to unmask]>
Organization: University of Washington
Subject:      Call for Papers - International National Parks Track at ESRI UC
              Aug 2006; deadline Jan 31
Content-Type: multipart/alternative;

Please circulate widely to U.S. and International national park partners. The call is open to anyone working with GIS in parks and protected areas throughout the world. Please consider submitting a paper and help us make this a memorable national parks experience. Managing Park Resources for Future Generations International National Parks Track ESRI International User Conference August 7-11, 2006, San Diego, CA Call for Papers Abstracts due by January 31, 2006 ESRI and the U.S. National Park Service are co-sponsoring an International National Parks Track at the 2006 ESRI International User Conference (UC). GIS users from around the world will share their National Parks experiences and GIS knowledge at the conference in San Diego. We invite you to take this opportunity and share the lessons you have learned with others in the International National Parks community with similar goals and interests. Whether you are working in resource management, facilities, law enforcement, or other professional or support role, you have valuable insights that can help other National Park users. If you have an idea for a theme session of papers or need more information, e-mail [log in to unmask] How to Submit Your Idea for a Paper Submit a short abstract on the presentation topic or theme. Presenters at the conference can have their papers published on the Web and in the conference proceedings on CD-ROM. International National Parks Track (via Federal Systems Implementations track) Because the deadline for submitting abstracts for this track is later than the general call for papers, authors submitting an abstract during this time will be considered for only the NP track. Submission Guidelines * You must be an authorized ESRI software user or business partner. * You will be required to enter your customer number when submitting. * Your title may not exceed 10 words. * Abstracts cannot be longer than 150 words (anything over 150 words will be denied). * Only one abstract can be submitted by the same park or program. * Only one abstract per primary author. * Paper submissions and presentations must be in English. * Do not write in all CAPITAL LETTERS. The information you enter is used for publication on the Web site, in the agenda, and on CD-ROM. * No bullets, points, or numbering should be used. No Product Advertisements The purpose of paper presentations is to educate ESRI users about new and effective ways of using GIS. ESRI does not allow advertising or promotion of a product, service, or company. Submit an Abstract Submit your abstract of 150 words or less by January 31, 2006. You will be notified later in 2006 if your abstract has been selected. There are a limited number of presentation slots available, so we cannot guarantee acceptance of all submitted papers. For details, visit www.esri.com/ucpapers. When submitting an abstract, select "Federal Systems Implementations" for the Paper Track and prefix your abstract with "NATIONAL PARKS TRACK:" Conference Registration ESRI requires that all presenters register for the ESRI User Conference to participate. Acceptance as a paper presenter does not register you for the conference, and appropriate registration is required. NPS personnel and direct affiliates are eligible for a free conference pass. Please request NPS passes via the web request form at http://data2.itc.nps.gov/gis/esri/esri_uc.cfm. The registration deadline is June 23, 2006. Submit Your Abstract Submit your abstract online at http://events.esri.com/uc/2006/papers. ********************************************************** CONSGIS LISTSERV To unsubscribe send to [log in to unmask] this email message SIGNOFF CONSGIS Questions? Contact Pete August, [log in to unmask] **********************************************************


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