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Interested in hosting a GLEON All-Hands Meeting?
The GLEON Meeting Site Selection Committee is chaired by Bas Ibelings with the following members serving the committee: Justin Brookes, Susan Hendricks, Grace Hong, David da Motta-Marques, Kevin Rose and Kathleen Weathers.
We have closed the submission of hosting proposals for GLEON 16 (2014) and GLEON 17 (2015) meetings on 7 January 2013. As announced through the GLEON mailing list on 6 March 2013, GLEON 16 Meeting will be hosted by GLEON members Jim Rusak, Shelley Arnott, Paul del Giorgio and their teams at the Queen's University Biological Station (Kingston, Ontario, Canada). The review and decision for GLEON 17 host site are still in progress.
If you are interested in hosting future GLEON all-hands meetings, please check out the GLEON Operating Principles and Procedures and the documents below for reference. We will broadcast the soliciation of hosting bids on the GLEON website and via the listserv.
Application Cover Sheet (doc) (pdf)
GLEON Meeting Site Bid Template (doc) (pdf)
GLEON All-Hands Meetings
GLEON 16: September or October 2014 (Kingston, Ontario, Canada)
GLEON 15: 4-8 November 2013 (Bahía Blanca, Argentina)
GLEON 14 15-19 October 2012 (Mulranny, Mayo, Ireland)
GLEON 13 10-14 October 2011 (Lake Sunapee, New Hampshire, USA)
4-8 April 2011 (Lake Kinneret, Israel)
17-22 October 2010 (Nanjing, China)
9-14 May 2010 (Torres, Brazil)
12-15 October 2009 (Boulder Junction, Wisconsin, USA)
2-6 February 2009 (Hamilton, New Zealand)
29 September - 1 October 2008 (Norrtalje, Sweden)
11-14 February 2008 (Lake Placid, Florida, USA)
11-14 August 2007 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
2-5 March 2007 (Lammi, Finland)
2-4 October 2006 (Hsinchu, Taiwan)
29-31 March 2006 (Townsville, Queensland, Australia)
7-9 March 2005 (San Diego, California, USA)
GLEON 14, Mulranny, Ireland. (Photo: Ger Rogan)
GLEON 13, Sunapee, New Hampshire, United States (photo: M. Eliassen)
GLEON 12, Lake Kinneret, Israel (photo: G. S. Hong)