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CalGIS 2012 – Abstracts and Registration

I attend this conference each year – it’s focused on California, which is nice, and on a broader “GIS” concept than just ESRI software (although there’s a lot of that too.)

CalGIS 2012 – the 18th Annual California GIS Conference – will take place April 11-13, 2012 at the Sheraton Sacramento.

Capitalizing on Spatial Technology

  • Abstracts are due October 3
  • Super early registration offer expires October 3

www.calgis.org

October 3 is the deadline to submit an abstract and is also the last day to register for CalGIS 2012 in advance, at the super early rate of $99 for California URISA Chapter and CGIA members. ($129 for nonmembers).

The CalGIS Conference is the one opportunity we have during the year to focus our attention on California-based GIS activities, regardless of software used, user industry, or other program constraint. It brings together a wide range of GIS practitioners who are intent on sharing experiences, learning new skills, and networking among their peers. Consider participating as a presenter at CalGIS next year. Share your research, success stories, ideas and technical know-how! The conference review committee will build the program around the abstracts submitted through this Call for Abstracts. You are encouraged to submit an abstract to the program committee for consideration. As part of the conference, U.C. Kearney Ag Center announces its 7th Biennial “Geospatial Technologies in Agriculture and Natural Resources Symposium” to be held as part of the 2012 CalGIS Conference.

For details about the Call for Abstracts and the online abstract submission form,visit www.calgis.org today.
To take advantage of the super early registration rate ($99) and save considerably, visit www.calgis.org today (after October 3, the registration fee increases to $200 for members; after December 31, the fee increases to $300).

Thank you,

Verlanda McBride

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