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Media Advisory
Boston, Massachusetts
May 26-29, 1998

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We have lined up a series of press events for Spring Meeting, to which all registered media representatives are invited. Those who have not preregistered may do so in the Press Room of the Hynes Convention Center.

The Press Room for Spring Meeting is Room 105.
Phone: (617) 954-3867
Fax: (617) 954-3868
The Press Room is the place to register as a media representative or pick up your credential if you have preregistered. The room has space for you to write and file stories and is where you can leave and pick up messages. Hours of operation: Tuesday-Friday, 9-5 (later if necessary).

Press events will take place in the Briefing Room, Room 111, unless otherwise noted below. The Briefing Room has a camera platform and a mult box, but no special lighting.

The format for press conferences at Spring Meeting will be the following: a scientist will make an opening presentation of 10-15 minutes, followed by journalists' questions. A panel will be available to answer questions in members' respective fields of expertise, but generally panelists will not make opening remarks. We hope this will speed the process and keep the focus on what you want to know about the subject at hand.

Please check in the Press Room frequently for updates or changes to this schedule and any changes pertaining to the meeting itself.

Several previous media advisories about Spring Meeting may be accessed on the AGU Web site: http://www.agu.org/sci_soc/media.html.

Tuesday, May 26

12:15 PM. 1998: The Year of the Ocean. Press availability. Dr. Bonnie McGregor, Associate Director, U.S. Geological Survey, will informally discuss current USGS projects, including monitoring polluted sediment in Boston Harbor mapping El Niño-related erosion on the Pacific coast Pro
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Contact: Harvey Leifert
hleifert@kosmos.agu.org
(202) 939-3212
American Geophysical Union
15-May-1998


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