March Snow Meeting at the University of Washington (Feb 9 deadline for requesting travel support)

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March Snow Meeting at the University of Washington (Feb 9 deadline for requesting travel support)

Jessica D. Lundquist
We will be hosting a NASA Snow Meeting at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington this March

Meeting Schedule:
Tuesday, March 29, 8-noon:  International Snow Working Group Remote Sensing (iSWGR) and Decadal Survey Updates
Tuesday, March 29, noon-5:  SnowEx Planning
Wednesday, March 30, 8-5:  SnowEx Planning
Thursday, March 31, 8-1:  Airborne Snow Observatory (ASO) Info and Workshop

All interested in snow remote sensing is welcome to attend.

If you plan to attend, please fill out a short form here:
https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/jdlund/292655
(Some travel support is available.  If you would like to request travel support, you must fill out this survey before midnight Pacific Time on Tuesday, February 9th.  Priority for travel funding will be given first to key scientists involved in planning and remote sensing research and secondarily to students.)


The meeting will be held in the Waterfront Activities Center on the University of Washington Campus:

http://www.washington.edu/maps/#!/wac

This is very close to the new light rail station, which will be the best way to get there if you're not within walking distance. 
http://www.soundtransit.org/ulink


Further updates, including hotel information, will be posted online (see below) and sent out to all those who have signed up for the meeting.

 
iSWGR website (meeting info will be posted here in the near future, under workshops): http://nasasnowremotesensing.gi.alaska.edu

For further information on SnowEx and ASO:
SnowEx website: http://neptune.gsfc.nasa.gov/hsb/index.php?section=321
ASO website: http://aso.jpl.nasa.gov

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