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GLIN==> "Great Lakes Regional Climate Change Assessments" session for IAGLR 2000



Posted on behalf of Frank Quinn <quinn@glerl.noaa.gov>

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Hi all,

Brent Lofgren and I are organizing a Great Lakes Regional Climate Change
Assessments session for IAGLR 2000. The conference will be held in Cornwall,
Ontario on the St. Lawrence River.

This will be an excellent opportunity to share your findings from the Great
lakes National Impacts Study with the general Great Lakes Research
Community.

The deadline for abstract submission is December 15th, 1999. The second call
for abstracts
has been issued and a last call will be sent out in the begin of December.
All abstracts must be submitted via the **NEW** IAGLR web site:
http://iaglr.org/conference/submitab.html

Progress continues for a successful conference. We currently have 36
Special Sessions and the interest is growing! A directions page on how to
get to Cornwall will be posted soon on the website along registration fees
and accomodations. We are working on on-line registration for everyone
convenience with visa/mastercard. GREAT rates will be available for
students!!

We hope that you will participate in IAGLR 2000 - the 43rd Annual
International Conference of the International Association of Great Lakes
Research (IAGLR). The St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental
Sciences (SLRIES) is very pleased to be the host of IAGLR 2000. The St.
Lawrence River Institute is a non-profit, charitable organization
dedicated to environmental research and education. Each year SLRIES has
hosted an International Conference on the St. Lawrence River Ecosystem,
but in the millennium year SLRIES and IAGLR are working together to
combine both conferences.

The theme for IAGLR 2000 is Great Lakes, Great Rivers 2000, "A vision
for tomorrow" and the conference will take place on May 21-26th, 2000 at
the NavCanada Conference and Training Centre in Cornwall, Ontario,
Canada. The theme reflects the increasing demand for constructive
partnerships among all sectors of society to face the challenge of
understanding, restoring, and protecting the Great Lakes - St. Lawrence
River Ecosystem.


Frank H. Quinn, Ph.D, P.E.
Senior Research Hydrologist
Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, NOAA
2205 Commonwealth Blvd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48105-2945

Voice   : (734) 741-2255
Fax     : (734) 741-2003
InterNet: QUINN@GLERL.NOAA.GOV


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