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Media advisory -- 2008 Ocean Sciences Meeting
Date:1/22/2008

o2008/registration.html">http://www.aslo.org/meetings/orlando2008/registration.html (Early registration at reduced rates ends 31 January 2008.)

Likewise, representatives of publishing houses, for profit corporations, and the business side of news media must register at the main registration desk at the meeting and pay the appropriate fees, regardless of possession of press-eligibility documents mentioned above. They are not accredited as News Media at the meeting.


3. News Media Registration Form

The News Media Registration Form is set up for online submission only. Go to: http://www.agu.org/meetings/os08/os08pressreg.html The last day to preregister online is Thursday, 28 February 2008. However, only registrations received by Wednesday, 13 February, are assured to generate a badge awaiting your arrival. Pre-registrations received after 13 February will be transmitted to Orlando, but badges won't be printed until you arrive. You may also register onsite (see above).


4. Book Hotel Rooms by 4 February 2008

Ten hotels are offering rooms to Meeting attendees at prices ranging from $79 to $199 per night, plus tax. The deadline for booking at these rates is 4 February 2008. However, it is important to make your reservations as soon as possible, as March is a busy time in Orlando. Some Meeting hotels have already filled up.

For further information, see http://www.aslo.org/orlando2008/hotels.html


5. Abstracts and Schedule Available Online

The meeting website is http://www.aslo.org/orlando2008/index.html. Use the navigation bar on the right of the sites web pages to find the online abstracts and schedule, other information on meeting activities and lodging, and news-media i
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Contact: Peter Weiss
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202-777-7507
American Geophysical Union
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