Abstracts for presentations, posters for 2016 Southwest Stream Restoration Conference due Jan. 15
Natural resource professionals throughout the Southwest who are interested in presenting at the 2016 Southwest Stream Restoration Conference June 1-3, 2016, in San Antonio have until Jan. 15 to submit their abstracts.
The conference provides an opportunity for natural resource professionals to share ideas and lessons learned in stream and watershed restoration planning, assessment, design, construction and evaluation. The conference includes presentations, discussions, exhibits and workshops of local ecosystem restoration projects.
Conference topics of interest include restoring urban streams; innovation in restoration design and implementation; riparian restoration and management; watershed restoration to improve habitat; planning and permitting; and case studies and lessons learned. Other topics include ephemeral streams; best management practices; low water crossings (science); communities and streams; sediment and streambank erosion/protection of drinking water supplies; floodplain management; stream restoration and instream flows; post flood/fire hydrology effects on stream dynamics; and outreach and education efforts.
More information on abstract submissions can be found here.