Field work on surface-boundary
layer trace gas fluxes, Summit, Greenland, 2000. Photo: Detlev
deadline has passed.
deadline has passed. Although we are not accepting any
more abstracts, we encourage new registrations. These
new registrants can attend all parts of the meeting but
will not be able to make an oral or poster presentation.
length will be 12 minutes plus 3 minutes
for questions and transition to the next speaker.
The following equipment will be available for those giving talks:
2 slide projectors, 2 overhead projectors, and a computer LCD
Speakers with PowerPoint presentations should put their PowerPoint
file(s) onto our Mac or PC computer in advance of your presentation,
rather than use your laptop which may cause technical problems
and interrupt the meeting. To be totally safe, it is best to
use common system fonts (i.e., Arial, Times New Roman, Courier,
Symbol). Our PC is running PowerPoint 2002. The Mac is
running PowerPoint v.X release 1 for OS X.
We recommend sending your PowerPoint presentation by FTP by
the end of the day Tuesday 09 March to ftp://instaar.colorado.edu/incoming/forAW2004 (name
your file or directory either lastname_firstname_MAC.ppt
or lastname_firstname_PC.ppt). To be extra safe, please bring
a backup copy of your talk with you to the meeting on a CD
or USB flash memory stick (thumb drive).
Another option is to physically
put your presentation onto our PC or Mac computers between
5 and 8 pm during the Icebreaker on Wednesday evening,
which will give you ample time to double check animations etc
necessary). Speakers in the first morning session on Thursday
should have their files loaded by Wednesday evening. A
final option for later speakers is to load your presentation
least 30 minutes before the start of each day's first morning
or during lunch at least 30 minutes before the start
of the first afternoon session. You can burn your presentation
a CD or copy onto a USB flash memory stick (thumb drive).
Zip disks are less desirable given their occasional failure.
Poster size is limited to about 1 m by 1 m. Please put up your posters
as early as possible, and leave them up as long as possible during the
workshop. Hang your poster in its assigned space in the 2nd floor hallways
of RL-1. The assignments are given in the detailed program as a number
from 1 to 42 next to the first author's name. Your assignment number
has *no* relationship to the confirmation number you recieved upon submission
of your abstract (i.e. A38). Our intention is that posters will be made
available for informal review by participants during the Icebreaker,
session breaks, and at other times, as well as during the official poster
session on Friday morning.