Western Regional Science Association 40th Annual Meeting

Venue: Palm Springs Riviera Resort

Location: Palm Springs,, California, United States

Event Date/Time: Feb 25, 2001 End Date/Time: Feb 28, 2001
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Description

PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA
RIVIERA RESORT AND RACQUET CLUB
February 25 – 28, 2001


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The conference will begin on Sunday afternoon February 25 with registration and a special Opening Session and Reception to mark the Association's 40th Year. Paper sessions will be held all-day Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, February 26–28.

PAPERS ON ANY TOPIC OF BROAD INTEREST TO REGIONAL SCIENCE ARE WELCOMED
THE PROGRAM COMMITTEE SCREENS PAPERS FOR SUITABILITY BEFORE INVITATIONS ARE SENT
PERSONS INTERESTED IN ORGANIZING SPECIAL SESSIONS SHOULD GET IN TOUCH WITH WRSA EXECUTIVE SECRETARY DAVE PLANE IMMEDIATELY

POTENTIAL TOPICS INCLUDE: Resource Utilization; Impact Analysis; Regional Modeling; Location of Economic Activity; Housing; Regional & Urban Planning; Environmental Quality; Regional Development;
Migration and Demographic Analysis; Transportation; Locational Criteria for Public Services & Facilities; Tourism & Recreation; Local Public Finance; Energy Issues; Regional Science Epistemology & Pedagogy


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For consideration by the program committee e-mail a file (see specs below) or send
three (3) hard copies of your paper (in draft or final form) not later than:
OCTOBER 15, 2000.

Abstracts are not accepted.

NEW for Our 40th Anniversary Annual Meeting:
ELECTRONIC PAPER SUBMISSION
Attach your paper as a Word or WordPerfect File to an e-mail message and send to: plane@u.arizona.edu

Please, no other word-processing formats.
Electronic submission is the preferred option, but we will continue to accept paper copies this year.
On multiple-authored submissions, indicate which author(s) plan to participate at the conference.
Please, one paper presentation per registered participant this year.
Be sure to include your e-mail address with your submission.


Professor David A. Plane, Executive Secretary, WRSA
Department of Geography & Regional Development
University of Arizona
Harvill Building, Box #2 (2nd & Olive Streets)
Tucson, Arizona 85721 USA

Venue

Palm Springs Riviera Resort & Racquet Club, 1600 N. Indian Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, California Un
California
United States
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