U.S. National Section Annual Meetings
2012 U.S. National Section Annual Meeting
March 21-22, 2012, Washington, DC
Hosted at the Organization of American States (OAS)
The annual USNS meeting took place at the OAS office in the nation's capital, co-organized with the support of members from Georgetown University, USGS, Esri, and AAG. The second day consisted of a Symposium of the Americas, focused on climate change, were USNS members gave presentations to the national section, OAS staff, and other guests.
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2011 U.S. National Section Annual Meeting
March 10-11, 2011, Doral, Florida
Hosted by U.S. Southern Command
The annual USNS meeting took place at the Conference Center of the Americas. PAIGH USNS members also gave presentations to the South Florida Community to promote PAIGH.
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2010 U.S. National Section Annual Meeting
March 30-April 1, 2010, Redlands, California
Hosted by ESRI
The annual U.S. National Section Meeting was hosted by ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute) Headquarters in Redlands, California. The four Commissions were represented by 14 members in person and 4 other members via teleconference. Agenda items included 2011 project proposals, Commission reports, the development of the new National Section website, and possible outreach initiatives to Haiti in its time of need. PAIGH Secretary General Santiago Borrero Mutis also joined via teleconference to review the Pan American Agenda.
(Back Row, L-R): USNS President Mark DeMulder, USGS; Bradley Coleman, US SOUTHCOM; Paul Cooper, CARIS USA; Geophysics Commission Representative Chris Castro, University of Arizona; PAIGH Vice President Bruce Presgrave; (Row 2, L-R): Geography Commission Representative Patricia Solís, AAG; Carmelle Terborgh, ESRI; USNS Vice President Jean Parcher, USGS; Gregg Badger, NGA; (Row 1, L-R): Geography Commission Alternate Representative Betty Smith, Eastern Illinois University; Merrill Lyew, ESRI; USNS Executive Secretary Maria O’Brien, NGA; Madeleine Mengler, University of Richmond