from headquarters Abstract Submission Fee Instituted and Preprint Page Charges Lowered for AMS Meetings A number of program committees for AMS-spon- charges will be $65 for one to two pages, $ 130 for three sored conferences and symposia have indicated that to four pages, $195 for five to six pages, and $260 for they feel an abstract submission fee should be imple- seven to eight pages mented for AMS meetings. The feeling is that this The new abstract fee not only helps cover the costs would reduce the number of submissions by authors associated with processing the abstracts and generat- who later fail to submit the extended preprint paper ing the program (which had previously been partially and/or fail to attend the meeting to present their pa- subsidized from the preprint page charge fees), but it per. Both of these occur more than they should and also provides for the next step in utilizing the Web for both prevent the meeting from living up to its poten- AMS meetings—the acceptance of the complete pre- tial for scientific exchange. print paper in electronic form. For all AMS meetings In response to the suggestions of the program com- after the 2001
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jul 1, 2000
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