Tour the Heart of the Great Basin Desert
A pre-conference field trip
July 12-15, 2014
Snake Range Transect, Nevada Climate-Ecohydrological Assessment Network (NevCAN)
Dr. Lynn Fenstermaker, NevCAN Director, Desert Research Institute
Dr. David Charlet, Botanical expert - has surveyed almost every mtn range in NV, College of Southern Nevada
This field trip will take you through the Snake Range transec observatories in the heart of the Great Basin. Participants will explore remote monitoring stations located from 1560-3355 meters in elevation and enjoy the dramatic vista from the top of Mt. Washington and free time within the Great Basin National Park. Download the details.
ATTENTION:This field trip is in addition to A Global Fair and Workshop on Long-Term Observing Systems of Mountain Social-Ecological Systems and NOT covered by the conference fees but will have to be paid for separately.
Cost: $405/per person for 4 days/3 nights Last date to register: June 27th, 2014
Cost includes transportation via University 4-wheel drive vehicles and lodging at the Prospector Inn in Ely, Nevada for 3 nights; group rate. (If making your own travel arrangements, please reserve a room early as Ely hotels are typically full during the summer and you must have a 4-wheel drive vehicle for the western NevCAN Snake Transect part of the tour.) Meals Not included.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations will be accepted through July 8th with full refund minus processing fee of $30. After July 8th, only $150 will be reimbursed.