How valuable are forests--whether in the city, country, or wilderness-to the management of water resources? This is a hot topic and AWRA is holding a specialty conference to address the many issues associated with forest management for the protection of water supplies and aquatic communities.
Companies, government agencies, and non-profit organizations involved in all facets of water resources are encouraged to exhibit. The exhibit area will be open the first two days of the conference in an area adjacent to the oral presentations and registration desk. Poster presentations take place in the exhibit area as do all refreshment breaks and the Opening Networking Reception. The central location of this area will give exhibitors the opportunity to present information to a focused audience who acquire and use environmental management products and/or services at industrial and government sites around the world.
About the AWRA:
The American Water Resources Association (AWRA) is a professional, multidisciplinary organization dedicated to the advancement of water resources research, management, and education. With approximately 2,500 members around the world, AWRA provides a forum for the collection, organization, and dissemination of ideas and information in the physical, biological, economic, social, political, legal, and engineering aspects of water‐related problems. Its publications, conferences, and courses (at the international, national, and local levels) provide a unique forum for communication among the disciplines with a common interest in water resources.