Some of you may have seen the note on the AWRA website about the snow disrupting Headquarters operations. Middleburg is a quaint little town outside of Washington, D.C., not far from the Blue Ridge mountains. Topographically, that’s where the recent blizzard dumped its deepest snow!
Editorially, the impact on JAWRA has been minimal, as most of our work is online. I normally edit from my apartment, high up above Reston, Virginia. Susan, who lives further out, also logged in from home to keep up.
Ironically, Susan and I were just about finished with the long-awaited Instructions for Authors revisions. The snow has pushed that back a little.
The Orlando GIS Conference in March is looking better and better to me! Not just because it’s warm there. The program is just chock full of talks which could turn into JAWRA papers. It will be a busy time.