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The Alaska Survey Committee was established to provide a means for discussing matters of mutual interest and importance and to coordinate the work of the Survey in Alaska.
OPR: Director's Office
1. Establishment. Established by Survey Order 208, January 15, 1951.
2. Purpose or Function. To provide a means for discussing matters of mutual interest and importance and to coordinate the work of the Survey in Alaska.
Chairperson: Director's Representative--Alaska
Members: Chief, Alaska Program Office,
National Mapping Division
District Chief, Water Resources Division, Alaska
Chief, Branch of Alaskan Geology, Geologic Division
EROS Alaskan Field Office, National Mapping Division
4. Type of Organization. Permanent.
5. Reporting. The Chairperson reports to the Director. Committee members report to their respective Division/Office official as listed below:
National Mapping Division: Chief, Rocky Mountain Mapping Center, Denver, CO
Water Resources Division: Regional Hydrologist, Menlo Park, CA
Geologic Division: Chief, Office of Mineral Resources, Reston, VA
EROS: Chief, Science and Applications Branch, EROS Data Center, Sioux Falls, SD
6. Staff. Provided by the Chairperson.
7. Meetings. At the call of the Chairperson. (Usually first Monday of each month).
8. Permanent Subcommittees. The Chairperson is authorized to establish subcommittees on an ad hoc or permanent basis with the endorsement of the Committee.
9. Termination Date. None. This Committee will be reviewed every 3 years.