21st Century Watershed Technology Conference and Workshop

Monday 3 November 2014

With Professor Gary Jones, eWater Chief Executive, as a plenary speaker.

Improving Water Quality and the Environment
Hosted by The University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand
November 3 - 7, 2014
 
ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS CLOSE 15 JULY 
 

Overview

The 21st Century Watershed Technology: Improving Water Quality and the Environment conference will bring together engineers, managers, researchers, producers, politicians, and other professionals in agricultural and environmental industries to exchange information, discuss opportunities, and address challenges of water quality programs.
 
The technical presentations (Nov. 3-7, 2014)  in this conference will include information on a broad range of issues such as watershed management, field and watershed scale modeling, water quality standards, agricultural best management practices (BMPs) effectiveness, emerging problems of new water quality/quantity case studies, political ramifications of water quality/quantity, education in water resources, impact of extreme weather conditions on water quality and quantity, biological monitoring for water quality/quantity projects, solutions for increasing stakeholder involvement in the water quality/quantity process, economic implications of water quality/quantity, watershed implementation planning, water quality issues for forest and rangelands, education in water resources, and many other related topics.
 
Poster presentations will be displayed in the conference area. Commercial exhibitors will demonstrate and explain their newest products that serve professional engineers in their work related to TMDLs, water quality, and waste management areas.
 
 
For more information and to register, visit http://watershedtech.org
 
Contact: Lea Boodee (lea@on-cue.co.nz) or Eloise Brown (efbrown@waikato.ac.nz)
 
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