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Tracks of Dinosaur-Era Mammal Found AOL News (subscription only) January 27, 2004--Rare fossilized tracks of a small mammal dating to the age of dinosaurs have been found at the Fossil Trace Golf Course west of Denver. The tracks were left by a rat-sized mammal that hopped across the mud 68 million years ago.
Roaming the Red Planet NASA site -- new content on M2K4.
GIS Ostrava 2004 Date: January 26 - 28, 2004
Place: Ostrava-Poruba, Czech Republic
This year marks the First International Symposium at GIS Ostrava 2004. Since 1994, this meeting has been organized every year and has developed into one of the most important GI/GIT conferences in the Czech Republic. Conference subtitle is "Mobile and Internet Technologies."
2004 SMAC Biennial Conference
Date: January 28 - 30, 2004
Place: Columbia, SC USA
Registration and detailed information will go out in December 2003 Registration: $150.00 - Entire Conference (Advanced Registration) $75.00 - Single Day (Advanced Registration) Student $35.00 - No meals (must provide copy of current Student ID)
Map India 2004
Date: January 28 - 30, 2004
Place: Hotel Taj Palace New Delhi, India
Map India 2004 is the 7th Annual International Conference and Exhibition in the field of geographic information technologies like GIS, GPS, Aerial Photography and Remote Sensing. Responding to the needs of the industry, the research community and every individual's right to Geospatial information, this year again, Map India aims to provide a platform for the convergence, sharing and use of technologies and experiences in the Geospatial domain.
University Consortium for GIS Winter Meeting
Date: February 5 - 6, 2004
Place: Washington, D.C., USA
This year's congressional program will be dedicated to the theme of homeland security. The Policy and Legislation Committee has selected seven presentations from a large number of outstanding proposals, for this event to showcase the role of GI Science in addressing various homeland security issues. These presentations will report homeland security research activities at a number of member institutions that are supported by federal funding. The Congressional program will be followed by briefings to UCGIS delegates by federal agencies involved in GI Science. Discussion will center on grant opportunities in federal governments to support GI Science research.
International Lidar Mapping Forum (ILMF2004)
Date: February 9 - 10, 2004
Contact Person: Andy Bogle Email Contact 713-785-6820
FME Training Course
Date: February 12 - 13, 2004
Place: Honolulu, HI USA
Join our two-day (1/3 lecture, 2/3 exercise and problem solving) course and learn to unlock the powerful features of FME to more effectively manage your data translation and data transformation challenges. FME Training can help open up a whole new world of possibilities for you. Questions are encouraged throughout the class and attendees are encouraged to bring their own sample data files.
A|E|C Systems...Technology for Design & Construction
Date: February 17 - 19, 2004
Place: Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL USA
The former A/E/C SYSTEMS International and Computers for Construction have been combined to form a reinvented, revitalized and refocused single event, A|E|C Systems...Technology for Design & Construction.
IT/GIS in Public Works URISA Conference
Date: February 25 - 27, 2004
Place: Charlotte, NC USA
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