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Monday, December 10th 2012
U.S. Geological Survey | Reston, VA


 

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Future Directions 
Collaborate. Integrate. Innovate.
2013 The National Map Users Conference and Community for Data Integration Workshop 

May 21-24, 2013 
Denver, Colorado


Please join us in Denver for the second biennial The National Map (TNM) Users Conference and the fourth annual Community for Data Integration (CDI) Training and Workshop event, May 21-24, 2013.  Attendees will have the opportunity to collaborate with other users and scientists at a single venue.  The agenda, call for abstracts, registration, hotel information, and other details will be available in the coming weeks. 

Highlights include: 
•     Preeminent Plenary Speakers Highlighting Initiatives that Depend on TNM and Data
     Integration
•     Concurrent TNM User Focus and CDI Workshop Tracks
•     Interactive Data Blast: Poster Session and Demonstrations
•     National Hydrography Dataset 20th Anniversary and Program Review
•     Introduction of the 3D Elevation Program (3DEP) and Users Workshop
•     Presentation of the 3rd Henry Gannett Award Recognizing Excellence in Contributing to 
    USGS Topographic Mapping of the Nation
•     Hands-on CDI Tools Training

Mark your calendars--we hope to see you there! 
For additional Information, visit:  http://nationalmap.gov/uc 

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