Aerial view of Accomplishment Creek and the Sagavanirktok River in the Brooks Range of Alaska.  Photo by D.L. Kane





Freshwater Integration study (FWI)
2007 All Hands Meeting Registration

Bodega Bay Lodge
Bodega Bay, California
6-8 June 2007



Please fill out and submit this form by 30 April 2007 to reserve a space at the 2007 FWI All Hands Meeting


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There is a $150 registration fee for attending this conference, which will help us off-set
some meals (breakfasts, lunches), and other fees associated with conference materials and support. To further encourage FWI student involvement, the registration fee will be waived for all grad/undergrad student participants.


We regret that we are unable to accept credit card transactions for the registration fee.
We would be happy to accept your registration fee upon arrival at the conference,
or if you prefer you can mail a check in the amount of $150 PAYABLE TO
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
at the following address:

ATTENTION: Darlene Dube
University of New Hampshire
CSRC/Water Systems Analysis Group
Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space
211 Morse Hall, 39 College Road
Durham, NH 03824-3525 (USA)

Please include your full name and institution
so we can properly credit your registration fee.





For further information about the FWI All-Hands Meeting, please contact:

Jonathan Pundsack
University of New Hampshire
CSRC/Water Systems Analysis Group
Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space
209 Morse Hall, 39 College Road
Durham, NH 03824 (USA)
Email: jonathan.pundsack@unh.edu
Voice: (603) 862-0552
Fax: (603) 862-0587


Arctic CHAMP
Science Management Office

Contact Information
Role of the Arctic-CHAMP Science Management Office
Photo: Aerial view of Accomplishment Creek and the
     Sagavanirktok River in the Brooks Range of Alaska.  Photo by D.L. Kane