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AI-GEOSTATS: Epidemiology: A Spatial Perspective

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  • Peter Atkinson
    Dear AI-Geostats List Members This meeting may be of interest to some: Epidemiology: A Spatial Perspective This is a final call for papers for the above
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 12, 2003
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      Dear AI-Geostats List Members

      This meeting may be of interest to some:


      "Epidemiology: A Spatial Perspective"

      This is a final call for papers for the above one-day meeting to be held at
      the University of Salford on 17th June 2003.

      For further details see:

      http://www.ties.salford.ac.uk/epimeet/

      The meeting is being held to discuss the roles of remote sensing,
      GIS, geoststistics and spatial modelling in epidemiology. The
      meeting will appeal to people with specialisms in a diverse range of
      topics: epidemiology, biology, ecology, geostatistics, mathematics, Earth
      observation, medical geography, GIS, public health and others.

      Note: deadline for submission of abstracts: 28th March 2003


      Best wishes

      Peter

      __________________________________________________________________

      Professor Peter Atkinson
      Department of Geography
      University of Southampton
      Highfield
      Southampton SO17 1BJ
      UK

      Tel: +44 (0) 23 8059 4617
      FAX: +44 (0) 23 8059 3295
      Email: pma@...
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