DMT'14 Call for Papers
This workshop will be structured around: (1) Discussion Sessions, and (2) oral and poster presentations. Oral presentations generally are 20 minutes in duration, but can be significantly longer (or shorter) depending on the topic's scope. Requests for longer presentations should be brought to the attention of Dave Soller (email@example.com). In an oral presentation, the author might preview the subject, and provide more details in an accompanying poster or computer demo.
Poster presentations will be shown throughout the meeting, and will be the subject of the meeting's focus on the Monday afternoon. At that time, additional poster space will be made available for unscheduled, informal displays of maps, posters showing cartographic techniques, etc. This poster session, called the "Map Blast", combines the formal poster presentations with facilities for giving computer demos and informally displaying whatever you choose to bring to the meeting.
To improve the meeting's usefulness, and to provide some information to the larger community, we will publish in the months following the Workshop a Proceedings volume that contains a brief paper summarizing each oral and poster presentation. This year, we give you the option to write a standard-length paper, or a "one-pager" — please see the Instructions to Authors and Template for papers, which are available for download below.
The on-line version of the Proceedings volume and summary for past workshops are available at http://ngmdb.usgs.gov/Info/dmt/. If you have any questions, or want to discuss a proposed topic to present, please contact Dave Soller (firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-648-6907).