Monday, March 17, 2008

The Future of Land Imaging ... Going Operational

Pecora 17
The Future of Land Imaging . . . Going Operational
Lyndon R. Oleson of USGS shared this information within the CEOS WGISS Community:
"Call for Abstracts We cordially invite land remote sensing data users, researchers, applications scientists, producers, manag­ers, and policy-makers to participate in this important conference by submitting an abstract for a paper, poster, or technology demonstration. Participants are encouraged to attend general and technical sessions, exhibits, and educa­tional workshops on the very latest remote sensing research, applications, analysis techniques, and technologies. The Pecora 17 Conference will be held Monday through Thursday, November 17 to 20, 2008 at the Adams Mark Hotel in Denver, Colorado. The program will be organized into four General Sessions with corresponding technical sessions, plus exhibits, and educational workshops. ASPRS is organizing the conference on behalf of the USGS and NASA.
Conference Registration and Deadlines Important Dates Abstracts Due – April 11, 2008 Workshop Proposals Due – April 11, 2008 Notice of Acceptance – May 15, 2008 Speaker Registration Date: July 15, 2008 Paper Deadline (for inclusion in Proceedings) – September 12, 2008 Oral Presentations: Full details of this conference and abstract guidelines may be found at Don't miss this opportunity to share your work with your industry associates and experience the premier conference in your field. Poster/Electronic Presentations: These will also be part of the technical program. Please use the online abstract form to submit your poster or electronic presentation. These presentations are for technical work ONLY and are not intended for commercial displays. Workshop Presentations: Anyone interested in proposing a workshop presentation for consideration should contact Bob Burtch, ASPRS Workshop Coordinator, at by April 11, 2008 for instructions. Please submit your abstract from a system that has Internet Explorer 5.5 and above or Netscape Navigator 5.X and above. If you are trying with a compatible browser and the browser takes a long time to load without going to the next stage, please close your browser and start a new submission. If you have reached an error page, please send your abstract to in a text/MS word file format in the same order as it appears on the abstract submission page. If you do not receive an auto-email confirming your abstract submission, please send an email to with the primary author name and Unique Identifier details.

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