CEDAR email: Decadal Survey White Papers: Deadline Extension
Robyn.Millan at dartmouth.edu
Fri Aug 19 15:04:09 MDT 2022
The Decadal Survey on Solar and Space Physics (Heliophysics) is extending
the white paper due date to midnight, Eastern time, September 7 (extended
from the original due date of August 18th), to give the community
additional time and to provide the following clarifications. No further
extensions to the white paper due date can be accommodated.
- White papers are limited to seven pages, not including references or
the cover page*. *There is no limit on the number of references.
- Under the Federal Advisory Committee Act, all materials submitted to
the committee must be made publicly available. White papers will be
publicly available on the Decadal Survey website shortly after submission
even if the author chooses not to publish it in the Bulletin of the AAS.
White papers should not include any ITAR, proprietary, or otherwise
- For more information on how early-career community members can get
involved, materials and recordings from two early-career webinars held in
2021 are available at
White paper authors are strongly encouraged to read the white paper
specifications and FAQ and preview the submission form, which are available
Robyn M. Millan
Margaret Anne and Edward Leede '49 Professor of Physics
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Robyn.Millan at dartmouth.edu <first.last at dartmouth.edu>
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