I am just back from a permafrost workshop in Novosibirsk. Dr. Pavlov asked
me to circulate the following announcement. This particular meeting will
help launch the international permafrost monitoring network and bring
glaciologists and geocryologists together. The hosts require an initial
positive response from 10 foreigners so that translation and interperting
costs can be covered. In turn registration, costs may be reduced. Abstracts
will be due about February 1st.
What follows is information about the Pushchino conference
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MONITORING OF THE CRYOSPHERE
to be held in Pushchino, Moscow region, Russia, 20-23 April 1999
The main suggested topics include:
* Monitoring of snow and glaciers (including other fresh water ice)
* Monitoring of Cryosols
* Monitoring active layer and permafrost
* Permafrost-climate scenarios for the 21st century
* Monitoring of northern geosystems
* Geographical and geocryological information technologies
Simultaneous translations will be provided for all sessions.
Registration fee will be about US $250.
Hotel accommodations costs are reasonably low, and will be announced in
the first circular.
Please indicate your interest in the conference by sending email to
email@example.com before December 10th with the following information:
___ I am going to participate
___ I hope to participate
___ I am not able to participate.
Chairman of Organizing Committee
Professor V.M. Kotlyakov