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Tate: Call for papers
Most of you have probably already seen this... for the rest of you, my
apologies for the delay in getting it posted here. -- MPR
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From: "Scott Hartman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Tate: Call for papers
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2002 19:12:47
This is a call for papers for the Tate 2002 conference, "Wyoming in the
Age of Dinosaurs; Creatures, Environments, and Extinctions." It will be
held on June 7-9 at the Tate Geological Museum in Casper Wyoming. There
will be an accompanying proceedings volume. Authors will have the choice of
presenting orally or providing a poster presentation. The format for
presentations has not been offically set, but current planning is for 25-30
minute talks with 5 minute Q&A sessions. Poster presentations are open to
any reasonable format.
A spiral bound abstracts volume will be included in the price of the
conference, while the proceedings volume will be bound softback, and should
be available separately by the end of summer. Subjects may include any
research pertaining to the Mesozoic, and need not be constrained to Wyoming.
Abstracts may be sent in care of myself, or to Rachel Savage at
email@example.com Cost of attending varies depending on choice of field
trips, so email Rachel for details.
We look forward to seeing you,
Tate Geological Museum
125 College Dr.
Casper, Wy 82601
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