American Society of Agronomy - 1995 Call for Papers

Tom Hodges thodges at beta.tricity.wsu.edu
Thu Jan 19 17:08:33 EST 1995


This and the preceding post concern submitting papers to the 1995
Annual Meetings of the ASA-CSSA-SSSA in St. Louis in Nov. '95.  This
post contains forms for submitting by fax or email to the Soil 
Physics and Software Scene divisions.

Tom
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1995 ASA, CSSA, SSSA Annual Meeting Title-Summary Form Oct. 29-Nov. 3, 1995
St. Louis, MO

DIRECTIONS:  use only English when filling out form.  Greek, Latin, 
and mathematical symbols are strictly prohibited.  This EMail form
is only for use with oral and poster papers submitted to the Soil 
Physics division (S01) or Software Scene (C00).  For software 
demonstration papers, use the form below.

Use additional space as needed in sections below.

1. Method of submission:   
    ___ EMAIL (S-1 and Software Scene only)

2. Division of interest: In which division would you like to present
   your paper?  See below for list of divisions.

   First Choice ___             Second Choice ___

3. Title: Use English only.  No Greek, Latin, or Mathematical symbols.
   No more than 160 characters.


4. Author Name(s) : Put authors' Initials and Last name.  List the 
   senior author first.  Put "*" at end of speaker/presenter's last 
   name.  At least one author of a volunteered paper must hold some 
   class of membership in ASA, CSSA, or SSSA.


5. Corresponding Author Data (membership number on back cover of 
   your Agronomy News).
   Membership # _____   Phone___-___-____       FAX ___-___-____
   First Name __________   M.I. _   Last name _________________________
   Address ____________________________________________________________
   City __________________  State/Prov __  Zip _____  Country _________
   EMail ________________________________________

6. Method of Presentation  ___ poster     ___ oral

7. Paper Status   ___ Volunteered    ___ Invited - which division?  ___

8. Summary




Return completed form by April 8, 1995 to:
   ASA, CSSA, SSSA Headquarters, Attn: Keith Schlesinger; 677 South Segoe
   Road; Madison WI 53711-1086 USA

   Title-Summary Form Fax: (608) 273-8089      Title Summary forms only
   Office phone: (608) 273-8080 ext 322

Questions may be referred to the Office phone or by EMail to:

Software Scene:  Tom Hodges  thodges at beta.tricity.wsu.edu
SSSA S-1:        Robert Horton rhorton at iastate.edu

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Software Scene Information Form:  For Computer Demonstrations Only

1995 ASA, CSSA, SSSA Annual Meeting Title-Summary Form Oct. 29-Nov. 3, 1995
St. Louis, MO

DIRECTIONS:  use only English when filling out form.  Greek, Latin, 
and mathematical symbols are strictly prohibited.  Send only this 
form by FAX by April 8, 1995 to: (608) 273-8089.  This fax line is used
exclusively for transmission of Title-Summary Forms.  You may also mail
your Title-Summary form by April 8, 1995 to ASA, CSSA, SSSA Headquarters
Office; Attn: Keith Schlesinger, 677 South Segoe Road; Madison WI 
53711-1086 USA
Use additional space as needed in sections below.

1. Method of submission:   
    ___ FAX     ___ MAIL     ___ E-Mail (S-1 or software scene only)

2. Symposium of interest: Is there a Symposium in which you would like 
   to present your software demonstration?  

   Name of Symposium: _______________________________________________

3. Title: Use English only.  No Greek, Latin, or Mathematical symbols.
   No more than 160 characters.


4. Author Name(s) : Put authors' Initials and Last name.  List the 
   senior author first.  Put "*" at end of speaker/presenter's last 
   name.  At least one author of a volunteered paper must hold some 
   class of membership in ASA, CSSA, or SSSA.


5. Corresponding Author Data (membership number on back cover of 
   your Agronomy News).
   Membership # _____   Phone___-___-____       FAX ___-___-____
   First Name __________   M.I. _   Last name _________________________
   Address ____________________________________________________________
   City __________________  State/Prov __  Zip _____  Country _________
   EMail ________________________________________

6. Method of Presentation  ___ computer demonstration only
   Use form above for oral or poster presentations.

7. Paper Status   ___ Volunteered    ___ Invited - which division?  ___

8. Summary




9. Computer Hardware Requirements:
   a. IBM-Compatible microcomputer  80486__
      Macintosh   68040  PowerPC__
      Older models and operating systems may not be available.
      IBM-Compatibles will have MS-DOS and Windows installed

   b. Minimum hard disk capacity   ___ MByte
   c. Minimum memory requirements ____ KByte
   d. 3.5" floppy drive__  CDRom drive__
   e. Math Coprocessor Required? Yes___   No___
   f. Printer Required? Yes___   No___
      Epson Compatible (80 col) __   (132 col) __   Laser Printer__
      Postscript capable __
      Other (excluding compatible with above) _______________________
   h. Special monitor or graphics card required? Yes___   No___
      If yes, please specify  _______________________________________
   i. Other equipment needs (sound cards, etc.)

10. Will you be able to provide any non-IBM-Compatible microcomputer
    or other special equipment needs you listed?  ____
    Note: ASA will provide most equipment through a rental agreement.
    SPECIAL EQUIPMENT WILL BE AT AUTHOR'S EXPENSE.

11. Intended users of this software: _________________________________

12. Please indicate ASA-CSSA-SSSA Division(s) with which this 
    demonstration could be cross listed: _____________________________


Return completed form by April 8, 1995 to:
   ASA, CSSA, SSSA Headquarters, Attn: Keith Schlesinger; 677 South Segoe
   Road; Madison WI 53711-1086 USA

   Title-Summary Form Fax: (608) 273-8089      Title Summary forms only
   Office phone: (608) 273-8080 ext 322

Questions may be referred to the Office phone or by EMail to:

Software Scene:  Tom Hodges  thodges at beta.tricity.wsu.edu
SSSA S-1:        Robert Horton 
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ASA-CSSA-SSSA Divisions and Numbers:
A00 Student Activities
A01 Resident Education
A02 Military Land Use and Management
A03 Agroclimatology and Agronomic Modeling
A04 Extension Education
A05 Environmental Quality
A06 International Agronomy
A07 Agricultural Research Station Management
A08 Integrated Agricultural Systems
C00 Computer Software Scene

C01 Crop Breeding, Genetics, and Cytology
C02 Crop Physiology and Metabolism
C03 Crop Ecology, Production, and Management
C04 Seed Physiology, Production, Technology
C05 Turfgrass Science
C06 Crop Quality and Utilization
C07 Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics
C08 Plant Genetic Resources

S01 Soil Physics
S02 Soil Chemistry
S03 Soil Biology and Biochemistry
S04 Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition
S05 Soil Pedology
S06 Soil and Water Management and Conservation
S07 Forest and Range Soils
S08 Nutrient Management and Soil and Plant Analysis
S09 Soil Mineralogy
S10 Wetland Soils
S11 Soils and Environmental Quality
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Numerous Symposia are organized for each ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting.
Those planned by the Software Scene are listed below.

Software Scene:
1.  Global Networking and Databases.  Oral, Poster, and Computer
    demonstrations are invited on use of global computer networks 
    such as the Internet and use of agronomic databases
    available over such networks in agricultural research and 
    applications.  Contact Dr. Wendell Oak (303-282-2473) for
    more detailed information.  Joint with division A-5.
2.  Demonstrations of Internet Resources.  What agronomic 
    resources are available over the Internet?  The World Wide Web,
    Gopher, FTP, Telnet, Usenet Forums, EMail lists, etc. may be
    demonstrated and potential uses/applications in agricultural
    production and research.  Oral and poster presentations may 
    also be suitable.  Contact Dr. Tom Hodges (509-786-9207,
    thodges at beta.tricity.wsu.edu) for more detailed information.
    Joint with division A-1.

3.  Development of User Interfaces for Agronomic Models and other 
    Software Applications.  The user interface (appearance) of a
    software application has a large effect on the user's ability
    to use it easily and correctly.  Oral, Poster, and Computer
    demonstrations are invited on types of interfaces, principles of 
    design, interface development tools, and use of interfaces.
    Contact Dr. Dennis Timlin (301-504-6255, dtimlin at ncsr.arsusda.gov)
    for more detailed information.  Joint with division A-1.



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