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Subject: Call for papers--SPNHC Annual Meeting

Call for papers--SPNHC Annual Meeting

From: Rachael Arenstein <arensteinr>
Date: Monday, December 1, 2003
SPNHC 2004 First CALL FOR PAPERS and POSTERS
Museum SOS: Strategies for Emergency Response and Salvage

This spring the American Museum of Natural History will host the
19th annual meeting of the Society for the Preservation of Natural
History Collections May 11-16, 2004.  The theme of the meeting
centers on emergency preparedness, response and salvage and papers
on this topic are invited.  For the general session papers are also
being solicited on the theme of "bridge building", whether within an
institution or collaboration between individuals, departments,
institutions or other relevant organizations.  Papers of general
interest to the SPNHC audience that do not fall under either theme
will also be considered.

In order to have a presentation (oral or poster) considered for
inclusion in the program, an abstract must be submitted before
Wednesday, February 18, 2004.  Please follow the abstract submission
instructions below.

Oral presentations: The anticipated time allotted for each oral
presentation is 20 minutes including time for questions and
discussion.  If there is a greater number of abstracts submitted
than presentation time available, the conference committee may
choose to run concurrent technical sessions or to adjudicate
submissions.

Poster presentations: This is an ideal format for presenting
preliminary findings, innovations from a related field, or student
projects. An "Author in Attendance" period will be organized, giving
presenters the opportunity to discuss their posters with conference
attendees. Space allotted for each poster is 5 x 5 feet (1.52 x
1.52m).

Abstract submission:

    *   List all authors: surname first, followed by first and
        middle names or initials; separate authors' names with
        semicolons

    *   List authors addresses: link authors to addresses with
        asterisks to avoid ambiguity; separate multiple addresses
        with semicolons

    *   Include the title in boldface

    *   Add the body of the abstract.  Maximum size is 450 words.
        If longer, it may be truncated.  Avoid passive voice and
        superfluous text such as "will be discussed."

    *   Add the following information:

            1.  Name of author(s) presenting the paper or poster
            2.  Daytime phone number and e-mail address of
                presenting author
            3. "Oral Presentation" or "Poster Presentation"
            4.  Audiovisual equipment required (e.g., LCD or video
                projector, slide projector, overhead, etc.)

Submit your abstract via e-mail to spnhc2004 [at] amnh__org.  The abstract
should be placed in the body of the e-mail not as an attachment.
Please include the words "abstract submission" in the subject line.

Rachael Perkins Arenstein
Conservator
National Museum of the American Indian
Research Branch
3401 Bruckner Boulevard
Bronx NY 10461
212-514-3971
Fax: 212-514-3816


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