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  • or the Knik Glacier tour you will be awestruck by the beauty and size of Alaska Both tours include transfers to from the headquarters hotel The McKinley Tours is a 2 5 hour flightseeing tour plus transportation time The Knik Tours is approximately 1 5 hour Flightseeing tour plus transportation time 2 persons minimum are required to operate both trips Mt McKinley Denali 259 00 Knik Glaicer 179 00 Highlights of Anchorage Tour Tuesday May 6 2003 10 00 a m 2 00 p m Narrated tour of the highlights of Anchorage includes Lake Hood the world s largest floatplane base the Port of Anchorage and the highlights of historic downtown Learn about how the 1964 earthquake changed the face of Anchorage as we know it today There will be a stop will be at the Anchorage Museum of History and Art where guests will learn about the history of Alaska from the first peoples coming to Alaska across the Bearing Sea Land Bridge to present day A docent guided tour of the Alaska Gallery will provide guests with an informative and entertaining look at Alaska from an Alaskan point of view The final stop will be at the Sourdough Mining Company for lunch After lunch visit Alaska Wildberry Products and see the largest chocolate waterfall in the State maybe the country Price Per Person 69 00 Minimum 30 per motorcoach maximum 50 per motorcoach Matanuska Valley Tour Wednesday May 7 2003 8 00 a m 4 00 p m Tour begins with a narrated ride from Anchorage in route to the scenic Matanuska Susitna Valley Learn about the rich gold mining and agricultural history of this fertile area The driver guide will share stories of mining days past and also enlighten passengers on the massive vegetables produced in the valley annually The day will include a stop at a reindeer farm One of the original Colony Farms Williams Reindeer Farm is home to over 200 reindeer the descendants of a herd brought from Russia in the 1890 s The next stop The Musk Ox Farm is home to a unique domestication project which began in 1954 Musk ox became extinct in Alaska during the mid 1800 s Now a protected species the Musk Ox Farm is an ideal place to observe and photograph these animals safely and at close range The actual Iditarod Race 1049 miles by dog sled from Anchorage to Nome began in 1973 to commemorate the efforts of these brave mushers The grand finale will be a stop at an actual Iditarod Race champion s kennel to learn more about the lifestyle of an Iditarod dog musher This four time Iditarod champion will charm and entertain guests with antics and stories of life on the trail He is the recent 2002 champion with a record breaking race time on his fourth championship The tour will depart from return to the conference headquarter hotel A stop for a hot lunch at Lake Lucille Lodge is included in

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  • Videos Proceedings Papers Exhibitors Technical Tours Optional Tours Sponsors Conference Hotel Registration Discount Travel COMING SOON Copyright 2001 American Society for Photogrammetry Remote Sensing 5410 Grosvenor Lane Suite 210 Bethesda Maryland 20814 2160 URL http www asprs org a conference

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  • 2003 Annual Conference Registration Rates Summary ASPRS Member Advance Rates Full Registration 365 Daily 170 Spouse Guest 100 Speaker Full includes Poster Presenters 200 Speaker Daily includes Poster Presenters 135 Students 75 Non Member Advance Rates Full Registration 475 Daily 210 Speaker Full includes Poster Presenters 350 Speaker Daily includes Poster Presenters 190 Spouse Guest 100 Student 110 ASPRS Member On site Rates Full Registration 465 Student 85 Daily 210

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  • This applies to Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air flights only Option 2 10 off full fare YAS and 5 off excursion fares for tickets purchased within 60 days of travel Option 3 10 off full fare YAS and 5 off excursion fares for tickets purchased anytime on Alaska Airlines in conjunction with Alaska Airlines code share flights operated by American Airlines for the departure cities listed below These flights must connect with Alaska Airlines non stop service from Chicago O Hare International ORD to Anchorage Option 4 15 off all fares excluding companion and or promotional fares made at anytime for tickets purchased on Alaska Airlines from Boston BOS Chicago ORD Denver DEN or Washington D C DCA or IAD to Anchorage Atlanta Austin Baltimore Bloomington Buffalo Cedar Rapids Champaign Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus Dallas Ft Worth Dayton Des Moines Detroit El Paso Evansville Fort Wayne Grand Rapids Green Bay Harrisburg Hartford Houston Huntsville Indianapolis Kalamazoo Kansas City Lacrosse Madison Memphis Miami Milwaukee Minneapolis Montreal Nashville New Orleans New York Newark Newburgh Stewart NW Arkansas Region Omaha Orlando Peoria Philadelphia Pittsburgh Providence Raleigh Durham Richmond Rochester San Antonio St Louis Syracuse Toledo Toronto Traverse City Tulsa West Palm Beach Westchester Worcester

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  • Pecora ASPRS / ISPRS 2002 Conference
    Workshops 8 00 to 5 00 FIEOS ISPRS Special Sessions 10 00 to 5 00 TUESDAY NOVEMBER 12 2002 Registration 7 30 to 5 00 Workshops 8 00 to Noon ISPRS Tutorials FIEOS ISPRS Special Sessions 8 00 to Noon Keynote Address 1 00 to 3 00 Technical Sessions 3 30 to 5 15 Exhibit Hall Opening Reception 5 30 to 7 00 WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13 2002 Registration 7 30

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  • Pecora ASPRS / ISPRS 2002 Conference
    exhibits and the opening reception If a spouse or guest would like to attend educational sessions they are required to pay the rate of a full registration Please use the On Site Registration Form available at the registration desk in the North Convention Lobby Second Floor Tower Building and present it to the registration desk with the appropriate registration fee Conference Materials A Conference Proceedings CD ROM is included in the Full Speaker and Student registrations and has been included in the advance registration packet The Proceedings contains the papers submitted prior to the conference Additional copies may be purchased at the Conference Registration Desk or from the ASPRS exhibit booth for 35 00 each Can I visit the Exhibit Hall only Individuals who wish to attend the exhibits only are required to pay a 30 registration fee Please use the On Site Registration Form available at the registration desk in the North Convention Lobby Second Floor Tower Building and present it to the registration desk The badge you receive will allow you access to the Exhibit Hall during show hours Why do I need a name badge and tickets Name badges are required for admission to workshops educational sessions Exhibit Hall and any social functions to identify conference attendees In addition to your name badge you may have tickets for certain functions Tickets are necessary to identify those who have paid for the event There is a 5 00 replacement fee for lost badges and tickets Is there a place to post my resume or position Resumes and job openings can be posted in the Exhibit Hall inside our Career Fair Booth Prospective employers will be able to review resumes and make contacts for interviews All prospective employers and employees should bring their materials to post on notice boards at the Career Fair Is there a place for speakers to prepare their presentations We encourage workshop instructors and presenters to preview their presentation materials The Speaker Ready Room is located on the Second Floor of the Tower Building in the Aspen Room This room is available from 8 am to 6 pm throughout the conference Equipment will be available on a first come first served basis Is there a place for the press Space has been set aside for the press in the registration area in the North Convention Lobby Second Floor Tower Building Companies that would like to distribute press releases may do so here It is necessary to contact Anna Marie Kinerney at the registration area to schedule a press conference Volunteers Conference volunteers should report to the volunteer coordinator at the registration area in the North Convention Lobby Second Floor Tower Building for work assignments and lunch tickets on the days they volunteer Additional Information Evaluations Your input is important to us We would like to know your thoughts on this year s speakers and topics for future conference planning Please complete the evaluation form included in your registration packet and deposit it in the designated

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  • Pecora ASPRS / ISPRS 2002 Conference
    facing many challenges and opportunities in the next few years On behalf of the conference and symposium planning groups I welcome you to what promises to be a premier remote sensing event The United States hosted Commission I during the ISPRS quadrennial 1968 1972 Dr M B Scher was its President in those days and the Commission s responsibilities related primarily to Aerial Photography and Navigation His Commission ended the very year and month that Landsat 1 inaugurated the satellite era for civilian Earth observations Today Commission I focuses on sensors cameras and scanners platforms airborne and spaceborne and imagery both analog and digital This mid term symposium marks the 30th anniversary of the Landsat Program and the United States is pleased once again to host this very important Commission The U S has always been a leader in developing aerial and satellite systems to record the progress of human endeavors and our environmental impacts In the three decades since Landsat 1 was launched the technology has spread to many space faring nations as well as from strictly government owned to both government and privately owned systems Spatial resolution has improved steadily from 80 meters to less than one meter radiometry has improved from six bit to 12 bit accuracy and spectral resolution has improved from four channels to more than 50 channels This combined ISPRS Pecora Conference integrates the interests of all remote sensing specialists Commission I focuses on sensors platforms and imagery with a special subset of sessions on Future Intelligent Earth Observing Satellites FIEOS organized by Old Dominion University and George Mason University under the auspices of WGI 4 All conference registrants are invited to participate in all of the technical and poster sessions and through this to enjoy the widest experience possible All of the Commission

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  • Pecora ASPRS / ISPRS 2002 Conference
    Group topics These include defining sensor parameters sensor calibration and validation active sensor systems advanced sensor systems platform and sensor integration and airborne optical sensor systems Where appropriate these subjects have been integrated with the Pecora Land Satellite tracks to extend the Commission s topics into Earth processes and space policy issues The mid term symposium in 2002 will mark the 30th anniversary of the Landsat Program and the United States is pleased once again to host this very important Commission For more complete technical program information see www commission1 isprs org Remote Sensing for Transportation Conferences The Transportation Research Board TRB organized successful remote sensing conferences in 2000 and 2001 Their objectives were to enhance communication between the transportation and remote sensing communities to highlight the joint US DOT NASA Remote Sensing for Transportation Program to develop an understanding of current successful remote sensing applications in transportation and to craft strategies for its implementation in transportation organizations This year the conference merges the third event as a track in the Pecora Conference The components of the track reflect the topical focus of the Research and Special Programs Administration funded university consortia traffic flows expediting environmental assessment lifeline vulnerability and incident management and infrastructure management Papers will be highlighted in the Applications Showcase and Posters while breakout sessions will serve to evaluate current research and examine further initiatives The committee developing the program has been appointed by the National Research Council and will be publishing a post conference report that will include recommendations for improving the implementation of remote sensing within the transportation community FIEOS Through a generous collaboration between Commission I and the organizers of an independently conceived symposium titled Future Intelligent Earth Observing Satellites FIEOS a substantial effort has been made to combine the two into a single

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