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WATERINSTITUTE-EXP-L  February 2009

WATERINSTITUTE-EXP-L February 2009

Subject:

Invitation to the National Academy of Environmental Design Research Symposium: Water and Sustainability

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"Staal,Lisette M" <[log in to unmask]>

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Staal,Lisette M

Date:

Thu, 5 Feb 2009 07:58:53 -0500

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text/plain (170 lines) , Invite to Water Institute List Serve and DCP.pdf (170 lines)

February 4, 2009



To:                 UF Faculty and Staff with Interest in Water and Sustainability



From:              Professor Kim Tanzer, Dr. Robert Ries and Professor Peggy Carr

                        College of Design, Construction, and Planning

NAED Symposium Organizing Committee



Re:                  Invitation to the National Academy of Environmental Design Research Symposium:  Water and Sustainability:  A Case Study of the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) Basin

University of Florida

February 16 and 17, 2009



Following is the agenda and list of participants for the National Academy of Environmental Design Water and Sustainability Symposium.   The newly established National Academy of Environmental Design is holding three research symposia in 2009 to engage the members of the design professions along with scientists and engineers including members of the National Academy of Engineering and the National Academy of Sciences.  The topics, dates and institutions holding these symposia are:  University of Minnesota:  Sustainable Materials - January 15 and 16, University of Florida: Water and Sustainability - February 16 and 17, University of Texas Austin: Sustainable Sites - TBD



Human settlement, from cities and their roadways to buildings and their plumbing, have changed the historic patterns and quality of water flowing across landscapes to streams, rivers, and oceans.  How can the design professions influence water consumption by humans and associated issues of quantity and quality, mitigate water-related disasters, meet expectations for community aesthetics and ensure that natural systems get their due?  Discussions will be organized around three scales:

the watershed,

the community and the site,

the building.

This topic will be explored using the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) Basin as an exemplary case study.



If you would like to attend, please RSVP by Monday, February 9 to [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>.  No registration fees are required but please let us know how you would like your name to appear on the nametag and what affiliation you would like listed.  If you would like to attend the luncheon on February 17th, please send a check in the amount of $20 made out to the University of Florida to:

Christy Watford

P. O. Box 115701

University of Florida

The check must be received by the end of the work day on Thursday, February 12th.  Receipts will be available at the luncheon.



Additional information about the symposium can be found at http://www.dcp.ufl.edu/symposium.



AGENDA



Monday, February 16

President's House

7:00 pm

A Primer on the Apalachicola Watershed

The Greater Apalachicola Basin:  Case Study for Issues of Water and the Built Environment

Dr. Steve Leitman, Florida State University and Dr. Robert Ries, University of Florida


Tuesday, February 17

Warrington Conference Room, Emerson Hall



Discussion 1 8:15 am - 10:00 am

Linking Land Use and Water in the Watershed

Participants:

Dan Williams FAIA - Practitioner, Seattle, Washington

Doug Johnston - Iowa State University

Laurie Fowler - University of Georgia

Rhett Jackson - University of Georgia



Discussion 2 10:15 am  - 12:00 noon

Water's Role in Community and Site Design

Participants:

James Wescoat - MIT (Water Science & Technology Board, National Academy of Sciences)

Kathy Poole - Practitioner - Poole Design

Bruce Ferguson - University of Georgia

Tom Cahill - Practitioner - CH2MHill



Luncheon 12:15 pm  - 1:30 pm

President's Room, Emerson Hall

Negotiating Peace in the Georgia/Alabama/Florida Water War

Michael Sole, Secretary Florida Department of Environmental Protection (invited)

Allen Boyd, Congressman Florida 2nd District (invited)

Susie Quinn, Senior Staff to Senator Bill Nelson, Florida (confirmed)



Warrington Conference Room, Emerson Hall



Discussion 3 1:45 pm - 3:30 pm

Innovation in Building Design and Materials

Participants:

Charles Kibert - University of Florida

Martin Melosi - University of Houston

Don Watson, FAIA





Review and Wrap Up 3:45 pm  - 4:45 pm

Strategies and Recommendations

Responses and Recap of Key Issues, Areas for Research and Legislative Action

Dr. Wendy Graham, Director UF Water Institute

Dr. Christopher Silver, Dean, UF College of Design, Construction and Planning




Lisette M. Staal, Research Coordinator
UF Water Institute
570 Weil Hall, PO Box 116601
University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida 32611-6601

Phone 352-392-5893 x 2116
Email  [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
www.waterinstitute.ufl.edu<http://www.waterinstitute.ufl.edu/>


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