at midnight is the early registration deadline for the 3rd University of Florida Water Institute Symposium that will
be held at the Reitz Union on the UF campus
during February 15-16, 2012.
Click here to complete your registration !
fees are $200 for professionals, $75 for students! Your registration
includes conference attendance as well as lunch and refreshment breaks on Wednesday February 15th and Thursday February 16th,
and the evening poster reception on Wednesday February 15th . Registration fees go up for both students and professionals after January 10,
Free Parking will be available at the Reitz Union for non-UF participants!
here for the
Symposium agenda-at-glance, including session titles, speakers
Wendy Graham, Ph. D.
Carl S. Swisher Chair in Water Resources
Director UF Water Institute
Phone 352-392-5893 x 2113
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Click here and register now for the 3rd University
of Florida Water Institute Symposium in Gainesville, Florida during February 15-16, 2012.
If you register by January 5, 2012 the fee is only $200 for
professionals, $50 for students! Your registration includes conference attendance as well as lunch and refreshment breaks on
Wednesday February 15th and Thursday February 16th, and the poster reception on
Wednesday February 15th.
The theme of the symposium is Sustainable Water Resources: Nutrient Dynamics, Policy and Management in Watersheds. This promises to be another intellectually stimulating and thought-provoking event including a
mix of more than 150 contributed oral, poster and panel presentations addressing nutrient issues from multiple perspectives and a great line-up keynote speakers:
- Dr. Ellen Gilinsky, Senior Policy Advisor, Office of Water, Environmental Protection Agency, "Numeric versus Narrative Nutrient Criteria for Florida"
Larry Band, Voit Gilmore Distinguished Professor, University of North Carolina, "Sources, Cycling and Control of Carbon and Nutrients in Urban and Agricultural Watersheds”
Dan Childers, Director, Central Arizona-Phoenix LTER, Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University, "Peak Phosphorus and the Sustainable Phosphorus Initiative"
- Professor Andrew Sharpley,
Professor of Soils and Water Quality, "Cycling and management of phosphorus in agricultural systems", University of Arkansas.
here to see a Draft Agenda of the Symposium. Additional details can be found at
I hope to see you in Gainesville in February 2012!
Wendy Graham, Ph. D.
Director, UF Water Institute