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Subject: CEDAR email: C/NOFs Science Workshop - registration open Date: Tue, 11 May 2010 10:16:13 -0400 From: Gentile, Louise C Civ USAF AFMC AFRL/RVBXP <> To: <>

  • Fourth Announcement *
  • Workshop on C/NOFS Results and Equatorial Dynamics

May 18-20, 2010

The C/NOFS Science Workshop will be held May 18 - 20, 2010 at the Beaver Run Conference Center in Breckenridge, Colorado. Primary objective of this meeting is to address questions related to the dynamics of the equatorial ionosphere, how it is driven from above by the solar wind and from below by the troposphere and mesosphere. This unusually quiet solar minimum has provided a unique opportunity to study the equatorial ionosphere. Results from the C/NOFS satellite, as well as other ground and space instruments such as RAIDS, will be presented.

  • Conference RegistrationWebsite: * Conference registration website is

now available at Conference payment of $ 250.00 includes continental breakfasts, refreshments at breaks, and the conference dinner on Wednesday night. One day registration fee is $ 125.00. Please register and pay before the conference if possible. Guests may attend the dinner for a nominal fee. If you have any dietary restrictions or special requests contact <> or Louise Gentile at 781-377-7002.

  • Accommodations:* Hotel reservations must be made directly with the

Beaver Run Conference Center either online at:


  • with password NOFS4SS or by phone at *1-800-525-2253* and mention the

C/NOFS Science Workshop. Accommodations provided for this meeting are Deluxe Studios which feature a queen bed, sleeper sofa, and mini-kitchen for $ 100.00 per night plus tax. There are plenty of rooms available for our group. Please note their reservation and cancellation policies. Additional information about Beaver Run Conference Center is available at: _ <>_.

  • Airport transportation*: Shuttle service between Denver International

Airport (DIA) and Breckenridge is available from Colorado Mountain Express at *_http://www.ridecme.com_* or 1-800-525-6363. They can accommodate groups.

  • *
  • Presentations:* Speakers may send their presentations before 14 May to

Louise Gentile. After that date, we will have people on site at Beaver Run to help with presentations.

  • Caution: * The altitude at Breckenridge is ~9600 feet above sea level.

High altitude precautions concerning hydration, exertion, changeable weather, and sun exposure are advised for all attendees. Oxygen therapy is available on site if needed. From Beaver Run, it is a short walk downhill (~0.5 miles) to the center of town and, of course, back uphill to Beaver Run. Beaver Run does provide free van service to and from town.

For additional meeting information please contact the Organizing Committee:

Odile de La Beaujardière, Rebecca Bishop, Scott Budzien, Bela Fejer, Louise Gentile, Cheryl Huang, Dave Hysell, Jeffrey Klenzing, Linda Krause, Patrick Roddy, Eric Sutton