The 64th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Snow Conference

will be held May 29th - June 1st, 2007 in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada

Conference Information

The 64th Eastern Snow Conference (ESC) will be held in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada from May 29th - June 1st. This exciting meeting is going will be held jointly the Canadian Geophysical Union, Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society and American Meteorological Society.

Submissions on the theoretical, experimental, and operational studies of snow, ice, and winter hydrology are welcome, and the scientific program will contain sessions on:

ě       Remote sensing of snow cover

ě       Interactions between snow cover and climate

ě       Snow cover processes

ě       Cold regions hydrometeorology

ě       Glaciers and ice sheets

You are invited to submit an abstract for an oral or a poster presentation. Abstract submissions will be coordinated through the Congress website:
www.cmos2007.ca/en/index.htm

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT ESC MEMBERS SHOULD REGISTER AS CGU MEMBERS TO ENSURE THEY OBTAIN THE LESS EXPENSIVE MEMBER RATE

Publications

All accepted papers will be published in the ESC Proceedings. Authors also have the option of submitting their work for consideration for publication in a special issue of Hydrological Processes. The subject matter of these papers must fit within the scope of the journal.

Detailed information on the submission process for both the ESC Proceedings and Hydrological Processes can be found on the instructions for authors page

All persons interested in submitting a paper to the ESC Proceedings should contact their session chair at the meeting. The chair can arrange for an optional technical review of the paper prior to its submission to the ESC Proceedings.

Student Paper Competition

Students are encouraged to enter the ESC Student Paper Competitions. For conditions and details please consult the ESC web site. The winner of the best student paper will receive the Wiesnet Medal, a $500 Cdn prize, and up to $250 toward travel expenses to attend the conference, while the Campbell Scientific Canada Award of $500 will be awarded to the most innovative use of technology in the gathering of data. To be considered for these awards, four copies of the paper with the supervisor's endorsement must reach the Chair of the Research Committee, Dr. Richard Kelly, no later than 28 April, 2007.

Dr. Richard Kelly
Department of Geography
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G1, Canada
E-mail: rejkelly@fes.uwaterloo.ca

Additional information on the student paper competition is available in English or Franšais

 

More information will be posted as it becomes available


 


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