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Oceans'97 Conference

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Tue Mar 4 10:10:08 EST 1997


                              WORLD TRADE AND CONVENTION CENTRE,

                                      HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA

                                                    6th - 9th October 1997

                                                 SPONSORS:  IEEE/MTS

                                   REPLY TO: d_mckeown at bionet.bio.ns.ca

                                 WEBSITE: http://www.seimac.com/oceans97/
Oceans'97 is an international conference sponsored by IEEE/MTS.  The
emphasis in the technical program is on ocean applications of technology.
The conference is being held from Oct. 6th - 9th at the World Trade and
Convention Centre In Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada,  and our abstract
dealine is fast approaching.

We are still accepting abstracts in all topic areas, many of which are of
direct interest to InterRidge participants. We currently have extra
emphasis for abstracts on technologies related to:

1. Air/Sea Interaction
2. Oceanographic Instrumentation
         Sediment Measurement
         Novel Instruments/Sensors
         Optical Instruments
3. Polar and Severe Environments Instrumentation
4. Satellite/Airborne Remote Sensing
         SAR Ocean Observations
         Radar Modelling, Analysis and Simulation
         HF Radar Observations: Currents & Winds
         Satellite Scatterometer Measurement of Sea Surface Winds
         Optical Observations of marine Ecology and Constituents
5. Active/Passive Remote Sensing
6. Water Current Measurements
         State of Current Measurement Systems
         Performance of ADCP's
         Turbulence/Bottom Sensors
         New Developments
         Surface Drifters
7. Wave and Tide Sensors
8. Real Time Observations
9. Geophysical Monitoring
10. In-situ Measurement
11. Data from Refurbished Sensors

If you wish to submit an abstract in any of these topics, please send it to:
d_mckeown at bionet.bio.ns.ca

If this e-mail is the first you've heard of Oceans'97, then we would
consider just a paper title, and an abstract to follow.  We are looking
forward to an exciting conference, and hope you can participate.

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