Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2006 19:17:11 -0500
Subject: DPS Mailing #06-20:  Volunteers Needed for DPS Meeting....
 
Greetings, DPS members,
 
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  1)  Volunteers Needed for DPS Meeting, October 8-13
  2)  Remember to Vote!
  3)  Sensor Web Session at Fall AGU Meeting
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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR DPS MEETING, OCTOBER 8-13
 
We will need between twenty and thirty volunteers to assist in running 
the DPS meeting this year. Volunteer tasks include stuffing 
registration folders with all of the materials to be handed out; 
assisting with registration especially on Sunday evening and Monday 
morning when most people arrive; checking badges to be sure 
people are registered at the meeting room doors; assisting with A-V 
in the lecture halls; helping in the cyber cafe and exhibit hall as 
needed; assisting in the press room; and running errands of various 
sorts. We will expect all volunteers to attend an orientation 
session on Sunday afternoon, and be available for two days' service 
out of the five days of the actual meeting. In return for service, 
volunteers who are not presenting a paper will receive free 
registration to attend all days of the meeting. We also 
encourage volunteering among those who are giving papers. For them, 
we offer a $100 reduction in registration fee. For student or 
emeritus members, this amounts to free registration. Volunteers 
will also receive a special color "volunteer" tee shirt with the 
meeting graphic of the Mars Rover traffic jam, to be worn while 
volunteering and yours to keep afterward.
 
To volunteer, please contact <angelle.tanner @ jpl.nasa.gov>
Angelle Tanner and/or < awharris @ spacescience.org>
Alan Harris on the LOC.
 
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REMEMBER TO VOTE!
 
Here is the link to vote online for the 2006 DPS Election. It 
will be available from now until midnight Tuesday, August 1.
 
http://members.aas.org/source/voting/index.cfm?action=Voter.CastBallot&BallotID=2
 
Candidate biographies and position statements are posted at the site 
below.
 
http://www.aas.org/dps/voting/
 
You will need your AAS login and password to access the ballot.  
If you have forgotten these, you can get the login and reset the
password at the "Members Only" section of the AAS 
website (http://www.aas.org).
 
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Announcing Session IN16: Technology and Application of Sensor Webs in
Earth and Space Science at the Fall AGU meeting in San Francisco, CA 
on 11-15 December
2006
 
This is a great opportunity to present your work and experience 
involving sensor webs to a wide audience of Earth and Space 
scientists. Please follow the AGU web link below to find out more 
details on the session:
 
http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm06/?content=search&show=detail&sessid=469
 
Please note that the submission deadline is 7 September 2006.
 
To submit your abstract, follow the link from the AGU Fall Meeting 
web site at: http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm06/
 
Michael Goodman
256 961 7890 voice
 
VP61 / Earth  Science Office
National Space Science and Technology Center
NASA / Marshall Space Flight Center
320 Sparkman Drive
Huntsville, AL  35805
 
 
 
Send submissions (no attachments, please) to:
Linda French Emmons, DPS Secretary (lfrench @ iwu.edu)
Department of Physics
Illinois Wesleyan University
P. O. Box 2900
Bloomington, IL 61702