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 To foster active participation, we invite submissions of position papers each with approximately 1000 words addressing innovative theories, methods, and applications of cyberGIS along with a 2-page biosketch of the first author. A position paper may not exceed 2 pages, and should conform to the following formatting requirements: 1) Times New Roman font type at a size of 11 points or larger; and 2) the margins must be at least one inch on all sides. The organizing committee will review your submission and if selected, will extend you an invitation. \\ \\ To foster active participation, we invite submissions of position papers each with approximately 1000 words addressing innovative theories, methods, and applications of cyberGIS along with a 2-page biosketch of the first author. A position paper may not exceed 2 pages, and should conform to the following formatting requirements: 1) Times New Roman font type at a size of 11 points or larger; and 2) the margins must be at least one inch on all sides. The organizing committee will review your submission and if selected, will extend you an invitation. \\ \\
  
-Submissions should be sent via email to [[ahm15@cybergis.org]] with subject 'CyberGIS AHM'15 Position Paper'. The deadline for submission is May 312015 and you can expect to hear back from the committee by June 30, 2015. Contributors of accepted position papers will be invited to present their work at the meeting. Travel awards supported by the National Science Foundation may be available for selected participants.  \\ \\+Submissions should be sent via email to [[ahm15@cybergis.org]] with subject 'CyberGIS AHM'15 Position Paper'. **The deadline for submission has been extended to Friday, June 26th**. Contributors of accepted position papers will be invited to present their work at the meeting. Travel awards supported by the National Science Foundation may be available for selected participants.  \\ \\
  
 Built on the rapidly growing cyberGIS community and momentum, it is anticipated that CyberGIS AHM'15 will bring together a dynamic group from  federal agency, industrial and international partners, collaborators of the NSF CyberGIS software project (www.cybergis.org), and scientists from various geospatial fields. We look forward to a very stimulating and productive meeting! \\ \\ Built on the rapidly growing cyberGIS community and momentum, it is anticipated that CyberGIS AHM'15 will bring together a dynamic group from  federal agency, industrial and international partners, collaborators of the NSF CyberGIS software project (www.cybergis.org), and scientists from various geospatial fields. We look forward to a very stimulating and productive meeting! \\ \\