NEMO





Last modified 16-Oct-2008

by J. H. Gove

Northeastern Mensurationist Organization NEMO

NEMO 2008

Larry Gering and Tom Brann are hosting the 12th annual NEMO meeting in Bar Harbor, Maine, October 8th and 9th. More information is available in html or pdf. For the agenda and participants, see link at left, or download the pdf.

SAF continuing education credits (Category 1) for NEMO 2008 = 6.5 CFEs; 4 for the 8th and 2.5 for the 9th.

Online registration for CFE credits is available after the meeting at: http://www.safnet.org/events/eventDetails.cfm?eventID=36817


Here are a few pictures from this year's NEMO, please left-click to see a larger version, or right-click to download a larger version.



NEMO 2007

Eddie Bevilacqua and Lianjun Zhang will be hosting NEMO 2007. The following information was sent to the NEMO email list about this year's meeting, more as it becomes available...

11th Annual Northeastern Mensurationists Organization (NEMO) Meeting, to be held on October 17-18, 2007 at the...

Crowne Plaza Resort & Golf Club
1 Olympic Drive
Lake Placid, NY 12946
518-523-2556
http://www.lakeplacidcp.com/

More information will be available at the following website: http://www.esf.edu/outreach/pd/2007/nemo/

If you intend to present a paper, please send a title and abstract to Eddie Bevilacqua (ebevilacqua AT esf.edu) or Lianjun Zhang (lizhang AT esf.edu).

A block of rooms is reserved at the Crowne Plaza Resort & Golf Club in Lake Placid, NY. To reserve a room at a special rate of $83 per night, phone 518-523-2556 (cut off date for this room rate is TBD). Please mention the NEMO meeting to receive the discounted rate. Check in time is 3:00 PM; check-out time is 12 noon.

Registration will be handled through SUNY ESF's Outreach Office:
Early rate for professionals $145, after 10/3 $185
Early rate for students $75, after 10/3 $95

Registration includes lunch and PM break on Wednesday (dinner is on your own), and breakfast, AM break, lunch and PM break on Thursday. Please indicate if you are a vegetarian, vegan or if you have other special dietary needs.

Online registration (Visa or Mastercard only) is available at: http://www.esf.edu/outreach/pd/2007/nemo/
Also available is Mail or Fax Registration. Mail or fax your registration form with a check payable to "SUNY Research Foundation", or with a purchase order or voucher.

See you in October.

SAF continuing education credits (Category 1) for NEMO 2007 = 6 CFEs


Here are a few pictures from this year's NEMO, please left-click to see a larger version, or right-click to download a larger version.



NEMO 2006

Harry Wiant and John Brooks will be hosting NEMO this year at GreyTowers, the ancestral home of Gifford Pinchot, in Milford, PA. The meeting dates are Tuesday, October 31st through Wednesday, November 1st.

Here are some directions to Grey Towers and lodging possibilities.

The agenda is available at left. If for some reason, the agenda does not display correctly in IE, then please use a good browser—download Firefox or Opera.

SAF continuing education credits (Category 1) for NEMO 2006 are as follows...

10/31/06 = 6.0
11/1/06 = 3.0.

Here are a few pictures from Grey Towers and this year's NEMO, please left-click to see a larger version, or right-click to download a larger version.


NEMO 2005

Tom Brann will be hosting NEMO this year on the coast of Maine. The dates are November 2-3rd. The venue is the Stone House Conference Center operated by the University of Southern Maine and located in Freeport Maine. The conference center is situated near the end of a peninsula in Casco Bay surrounded by farmland and a short walk to Wolf Neck Woods State Park. Please take a few minutes to peruse the pictures and links at the Stone House web site.

We will have more information on the specifics as time goes by so please continue to check this web site for updates. A lobster and clam bake is planned for one evening. The weather should still be delightful in early November, though an east breeze can provide a good chill so plan accordingly. Some suggestions on places to stay are listed on the agenda link for 2005.

For those interested in Maine history, the Freeport Historical Society has a good web site. And L.L.Bean is just down the road. Freeport is approximately a two to two and a half hour drive from Boston, Manchester, NH, or Bangor ME, all of which have airports. Portland also has a small international jetport and is less than a half hour away from Freeport.

SAF continuing education credits (Category 1) for NEMO 2005 are as follows...

11/2/05 = 4.0
11/3/05 = 6.0.



NEMO 2004

NEMO 2004

This year NEMO was hosted by Tim Gregoire ostensibly at the Yale Myers forest on October 28-29. In actuality, we  outgrew the classroom building there and met at the Eastford Baptist Church, our thanks to Pastor Whiteman for hosting us on such short notice.

 

SAF continuing education credits (Category 1) for this year's meeting are as follows...

10/28/04 = 3.5
10/29/04 = 5.0


Next year NEMO will probably return to southern Maine in October, Tom Brann has offered to host the meeting.

NEMO Philosophy

NEMO was organized by foresters with an interest in quantitative methods to provide a place where, once a year, we could get together and share some of the important research, policy, and practical concerns in the northeast. The guiding principle has been that the meetings should be casual, yet professional and open to all with an interest. To that end, we have encouraged holding meetings at locations where it would be within the reach of all, including graduate students. Our success rate in meeting these goals is pretty close to 100%. In addition, the level of presentation is encouraged to be gentle and accessible to all, while not sacrificing content. Graduate students are especially encouraged to think of NEMO as a friendly place to get feedback on their proposed research work.

Though we founded NEMO to provide a place to share information of regional interest (the northeastern U.S. and Canadian Maritime provinces), anyone is welcome to come and join in the discussions or offer a contributed talk, as many topics transcend regional boundaries. As the agendas for previous years will attest, we have had attendees from other parts of the country, with the 2000 meeting being a joint meeting in cooperation with the Midwest Mensurationist Organization, and 2003 with the Southern Mensurationist Organization.

Further Information

For further information about NEMO please contact mail: Harry T. Valentine (hvalentine AT fs.fed.us), or Jeffrey H. Gove (jgove AT fs.fed.us).

Other Sites of Interest

[Midwest Mensurationists]

[Southern Mensurationists ]

[Western Mensurationists]