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Oceans '03 conference

Subject: Oceans '03 conference
From: David K Mellinger <>
Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2003 20:35:06 -0800
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 OCEANS '03 Conference 
 I want to draw your attention to the OCEANS 2003 conference to be held
 here in San Diego on Sep 22-26. There will be two sessions on marine
 mammals (for which I am co-convenor). The fisheries science session is
 defined by the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO). As
 such, the session will be on marine mammals and their environment. The
 marine resources session is defined by the Marine Technology Society
 (MTS). Their focus is on technology and its applications. There will
 also be other sessions on acoustics and signal processing. I encourage
 you to submit abstracts so that our field will be well represented at
 this conference.
 ATTENTION: The deadline for abstracts is April 1, next week.
 Jay Barlow
 > OCEANS '03 Convener Guidelines attached,
 > with abstracts received to date (if any) following.- Jack
 > Oceans 2003 Conveners Guidelines
 > February 23, 2003
 > About Oceans 2003
 > The Scripps Institution of Oceanography will celebrate its Centennial
 > on September 26, 2003. In conjunction with this celebration, OCEANS
 > ?03 will be convened in San Diego. Co-sponsoring societies include the
 > IEEE-Oceanic Engineering Society, Marine Technology Society, American
 > Geophysical Union-Oceans Sciences Section, American Society of
 > Limnology and Oceanography, the Acoustical Society of America, and
 > many others (see <a  href=""; 
 > rel="nofollow"></a>). The conference will
 > feature parallel tracks on ocean science and marine technology, plus
 > tutorials, plenary sessions, poster sessions, and exhibits
 > that include - a sand sculpture. The San Diego Underwater Photographic
 > Society will debut the return of its popular Underwater Film Festival
 > for two evenings at the convention site - that will also include a Sea
 > World extravaganza night and ship tours.
 > Approximately 20 Discipline Tracks and 200 Session Topics have been
 > included in the OCEANS '03 Call for Papers/Posters.
 > Confirmed VIP speakers for Oceans 2003 include: Dr. Charles Kennel,
 > Director, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Dr. Bob Gagosian,
 > Director, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; Admiral James Watkins,
 > Chair, President's Commission on Ocean Policy; Mr. Leon Panetta,
 > Chair, Pew Oceans Commission Report; Dr. John Marburger, Director,
 > President's Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP); Dr. Rita
 > Colwell, Director, NSF; Dr. Conrad Lautenbacher, Administrator, NOAA;
 > The Honorable Susan Livingstone, Under Secretary, U.S. Navy; Mr. Sean
 > O'Keefe, Administrator, NASA; Dr. Patricio Bernal, Chair, IOC; and a
 > significant roster of others from both national and international
 > institutions, governments, and corporations.
 > The AGU Conveners Guidelines for Poster and Oral Sessions has been
 > adapted to the Oceans ?03 format, as follows.
 > Deadlines
 > Final abstract submission deadline: April 1, 2003
 > Acceptance notification: April 15,2003
 > Advance Program distribution: June 1, 2003
 > Full manuscript/Final abstract - deadline: June 13, 2003
 > Advance Registration deadline: August 22, 2003

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