UNAVCO Proposal Support for upcoming NSF-OPP Antarctic Research Solicitation

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UNAVCO Proposal Support for upcoming NSF-OPP Antarctic Research Solicitation

Bjorn Johns
Researchers planning to include the use of UNAVCO resources for geodetic
GPS, LiDAR, and power systems as part of proposals submitted to the 25
May 2010 National Science Foundation Antarctic Research Proposal
Solicitation 10-543 are reminded they must include a UNAVCO letter of
support with their proposal. The completion of the UNAVCO support
request form at http://facility.unavco.org is required no later than 11
May 2010 and will form the basis for the required letter of support.
This requirement is in addition to completing the appropriate form in
the POLAR ICE Operational Requirements Worksheet (ORW) (under Services).

Available services include:
-A range of GPS equipment, including permanent, continuous, campaign,
and kinematic GPS systems.
-Remote instrumentation power systems hardware.
-Ground-based LiDAR (Terrestrial Laser Scanning) instruments.

For further information see http://www.unavco.org/polar or email
[hidden email].

UNAVCO and Raytheon Polar Services Company are streamlining the
mechanics of requesting UNAVCO support and moving the request details
from POLAR ICE to the standard UNAVCO project support request form. We
expect this to allow for better planning and tracking of project
requirements. Your patience is appreciated as during this transition you
may be asked to provide duplicate information.

Bjorn Johns
Polar Services Manager, UNAVCO
[hidden email]
(303) 381-7470  (720) 320-7531 cell
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