The Maryland Water Monitoring Council
MWMC Annual Conference
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2010 Annual Conference -- November 18, 2010
The Maryland Water Monitoring Council held its 16th Annual Conference on Thursday, November 18, 2010 at the Maritime Institute in North Linthicum, MD.
The Maryland Water Monitoring Council held its 16th Annual Conference at the Maritime Institute, North Linthicum, on Thursday, November 18, 2010. The theme of the one day conference is Environmental Justice: Healthy Waters, Healthy Communities. A morning plenary session included talks by Vernice Miller-Travis (Vice Chair of the Maryland State Commission on Environmental Justice and Sustainable Communities), Steward Pickett (Director of the Baltimore Ecosystem Study Long-term Ecological Research Program), and five concurrent technical sessions with up to three talks each. A buffet luncheon and a poster session with 25 posters will occur at noon. Posters will be on display throughout the day. The afternoon will consist of eight concurrent technical sessions with up to three talks each. Session topics currently includeInnovative Monitoring Methods, Citizen Science and Stewardship, Stream Restoration, Climate Change Adaptation, Urbanization and Eco-hydrology: Stormwater Management and Beyond, Education and Outreach, Stream Health Assessments, and Restoration Success Stories.
The registration fee, which includes a booklet of abstracts and lunch, is $70. To save money, the early-bird registration fee (postmarked before November 4, 2010) is $55. The early registration fee for presenters is $50. Discounts for full-time students and non-profit organizations are also available. Registration details can be found at 2010 MWMC registration form.
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See www.mitags.org for directions to the Maritime Institute.