Fw: Announcing Skamania 2000
jnstone at u.washington.edu
Thu Jun 8 12:13:33 PDT 2000
FYI -- the upcoming ESRI NW User Conference is in September of this year,
and they're looking for papers/presentations. Sign-up is available on the
website listed below.
Geographic Information Systems Librarian
Map Collection, University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900 Seattle, WA 98195-2900
jnstone at u.washington.edu
----- Original Message -----
From: <bosworth at metro.dst.or.us>
Sent: Wednesday, June 07, 2000 10:23 AM
Subject: Announcing Skamania 2000
> Skamania 2000
> The 15th Annual Northwest
> ESRI User Conference
> September 27-29th, 2000
> Skamania Lodge, WA
> The conference committee has been working hard, planning a truly unique
> enriching conference experience for you. We will gather again in the
> Gorge, at the beautiful Skamania Lodge. The conference runs three days,
> Wed - Fri, with two days of training opportunities on Mon/Tues.
> Online Registration!
> For your convenience, we have added online registration as an option this
> year. Using VISA/Mastercard, you can register yourself or your group.
> the registration section of our web site, and either sign up online, or
> download a PDF form for mail in registration. Either way, in order to
> a spot in one of the special tracks or training classes, DO IT TODAY!
> Call For Papers!
> We have already lined up an impressive list of
> including topics such as:
> Public Safety: GIS as a Tool for Disaster Response and Recovery
> Web Applications: Sex Offender Database
> Natural Resources: Aquatic Habitat Inventory
> Cartography: Map Production Seminar
> ArcInfo 8.0: An Enterprise-Wide Utility Solution
> Urban GIS: Downtown Redevelopment
> But there are still plenty of presentation slots left, so please submit
> presentation on the Conference Web site at
> Or contact Karen Larson at larsonk at metro.dst.or.us, 503-797-1581.
> And, if you know someone who is doing work we should all hear about,
> send them this message and let's get them signed up!
> Fish Field Trip!
> As a special track this year, we have arranged for an offsite tour of
> locations related to salmon recovery issues in the Columbia River.
> There will be representatives from U.S. FWS, BPA, NMFS and a host of other
> acronyms - giving their perspective on the problems and solutions
> this complex issue.
> There are four sessions to choose from: Programming in VB for ArcInfo 8;
> Remote Sensing; Advanced ArcView; Using Spatial Analyst. These are
> hands-on, REAL training courses. Take advantage of this unique
> advance your knowledge and skills.
> Other highlights of the conference are:
> Vendor Night! Golf Tournament! Fun Run! Inspiring Keynote Address!
> GIS Museum! Poster Session! UserGroup Volunteer Band!
> Pepe and the Bottle Blondes! Business Meeting! :-)
> For the most current information, and to register, visit us at:
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