Conferences, Committees, and Workshops
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A crowd gathers at Scott's Discovery Hut near McMurdo Station.
A crowd gathers at
Scott's Discovery Hut
near McMurdo Station.

USAP Annual Planning Conference
The USAP web site that posts information for the current APC, including accepted topics, point papers, an attendee list, and the conference agenda. (Restricted to APC participants.)

U.S. National Science Foundation United States Antarctic Program Science Workshop – Communications (2011)
A multi-discipline science workshop sponsored by the NSF Office of Polar Programs to explore the future communications requirements anticipated by the Antarctic science community over the coming decade.

User Committees
Feedback from the science user committees that represent user communities at the USAP stations and onboard the vessels.

International Polar Diving Workshop ProceedingsExternal Non-U.S. government site
The NSF, Smithsonian Institution, NERC Facility for Scientific Diving, and Diving Unlimited International co-sponsored this workshop, which constitutes an International Polar Year (IPY) contribution from the international polar scientific diving community.

McMurdo Ground Station Science Workshop—2004External U.S. government site
Information, options, and recommendations for deciding how to collect and provide transmitted data from the polar orbiting satellites used by the U.S. Antarctic Program (USAP).

Proceedings from NSF USAP Communications Workshop—1999
The goal of this workshop was to define South Pole Station communications requirements and to develop the short and long-term strategies to support those requirements based on available and planned systems.

Workshops Relevant to NSF Support of Polar ResearchExternal Non-U.S. government site
Reports on the hundreds of NSF-sponsored workshops that influence program goals, investigators' proposals, and funding decisions related to polar research.