Deadline Extended: Call For Abstracts For Nov. 29 Academy Of Natural Sciences Delaware Watershed Research Conference; Registration Open
Registration is also open for the Conference will be held on November 29 in Philadelphia.
The Conference will feature oral presentations by researchers whose work relates to conditions in the Delaware River Watershed, and will include updates and results from researchers funded under the Delaware Watershed Research Fund.
Any researcher working on topics involving the Delaware River Basin is invited to submit abstracts for presentations or posters describing their work. This Conference can be an opportunity to get feedback on work in progress, and to present recent scientific investigations and management experiences.
Final themes and panel discussions will be determined from submitted abstracts. Last year’s themes were: Management successes and considerations; Forests, headwaters and predictive modeling; Social influence and implications; Biotic Communities, Wastewater, Microbial Communities, with implications for management and public health; Floodplains, Forests and Stormwater.
The Conference provides significant opportunities for networking, sharing ideas, and identifying collaborators, as well as a chance to learn about cutting edge work being done to better understand and manage the Delaware River Watershed.
The agenda will include presentations, keynote addresses and panel discussions.
For more information on Delaware River research, visit the Academy of Natural Sciences’ Delaware River Watershed Initiative webpage.
[Posted: Oct. 15, 2018]
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