AWRA National Capital Region Section Water Resources Symposium – Call for Abstracts


Resilient Solutions for Water Management in Urban Environments: Advances in Research, Technology, Financing and Policy

Friday, April 6, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

University of the District of Columbia (UDC)

 

The 6th National Capital Region Section Water Resources Symposium will be held April 6, 2018, at the University of the District of Columbia. This one-day symposium brings together experts from governmental agencies, academia, the private sector, and non-profits to present and discuss innovations in water research, technology, policy and management.  The theme of this year’s symposium is “Resilient Solutions for Water Management in Urban Environments: Advances in Research, Technology, Financing and Policy.”

The morning plenary session agenda consists of a keynote address and invited panel who will discuss topics related to the symposium theme.  The afternoon agenda will include breakout sessions in all areas of water resources management and water infrastructure including emerging technologies and data management systems, climate change and water resources, watershed studies, water management in urban environments, socio-economics and water policy, and other.

Abstracts are solicited for oral and poster presentations in all areas of water resources management and water infrastructure noted above. Your submission should include the following information:

• Abstract title
• Preferred mode of presentation (oral or poster)
• Author and co-author(s) name(s)
• Author’s and co-author(s)’ titles and affiliations
• E-mail address for contact person
• Abstract (150-200 words)

The abstract submission deadline is December 5. Please submit abstracts as an email attachment (MSWord) to: natcapawra@gmail.com. Authors of accepted abstracts will be notified by December 30.

Please visit the AWRA-NCRS website: http://www.awrancrs.org/ for symposium details and registration information. The NCRS Water Resources Symposium is hosted by the AWRA-National Capital Region Section and the University of the District of Columbia.

 

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