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  • asha.weinstein@sjsu.edu
    ... From: owner-iurd_staff@uclink4.berkeley.edu [mailto:owner-iurd_staff@uclink4.berkeley.edu]On Behalf Of Sheila Dickie Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2003
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      From: owner-iurd_staff@...
      [mailto:owner-iurd_staff@...]On Behalf Of Sheila Dickie
      Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2003 4:08 PM
      To: CED:
      Subject: GIS Day/Nov. 19

      Hi everyone:

      Next Wednesday is GIS Day nationwide, and CED, in partnership with the Bay

      Area Automated Mapping Association (BAAMA) and the GISC, has a really
      exciting set of practitioner and vendor presentations and lectures planned

      for the first floor of Wurster. The first presentations start at 4 p.m.,
      with a keynote address by DCRP alum Larry Orman on Wednesday, November 19,

      at 6 p.m. in 112 Wurster. I'd like to invite everyone to come, even just
      for a few minutes, And yes, there will be food at 7 p.m. The full agenda

      is attached.

      John Landis
      DCRP Chair

      Wednesday, November 19
      Wurster Hall, UC Berkeley

      Program Agenda
      12 :00?2:00 p.m Current Research by UCB Graduate Students 412 Wurster Hall

      2:00?4:00 p.m. GIS Center Open House 412 Wurster Hall

      4:00?4:45 p.m. Breakouts Session I : Hot Topics
      Karin Tuxen, UC Berkeley, Community Monitoring
      of Sudden Oak Death with OakMapper-WebGIS 104 Wurster Hall
      Mark Dumford, City of Sacramento
      Redistricting?GIS in Action 106 Wurster Hall
      Romel Pascual, Assistant Secretary, Cal EPA
      Environmental Justice in California: Emerging
      Challenges and Opportunities. 108 Wurster Hall
      5:00?5:45 p.m. Breakouts Session II: Cool Topics
      Bruce Joffe, GIS Consultants
      A Data Distribution Policy for Everyone's Benefit 104 Wurster Hall
      George Cook and Sabina Giri,
      Santa Clara Valley Water District
      Using GIS as a Public Information Tool for
      Groundwater Contamination 106 Wurster Hall
      Kearey Smith, Association of Bay Area Governments
      Smart Growth Strategy/Regional Livability Footprint Project 108 Wurster Hall
      6:00?6:45 p.m. Keynote Address 112 Wurster Hall
      Larry Orman, GreenInfo Network
      The Outlook for Public Interest GIS
      6:45? 7:30 p.m. Reception Wurster Lobby

      Concurrent Events
      12:00?7:30 p.m. Poster Gallery Wurster Lobby
      4:00?7:30 p.m. Interactive & Vendor Exhibits 170 Wurster Hall

      Bay Area Automated Mapping Association, UCB Department of City and
      Regional Planning, UCB Department of Landscape Architecture &
      Environmental Planning, UCB Geographic Information Science Center,
      American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, United States
      Geological Surv
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