March 14, 2017 by Andrew Stacy, West Virginia Water Research InsTitute
Morgantown, W.Va. – Registration is now open for the 2017 Mid-Atlantic Water Resources Conference. The event takes place October 12-13, 2017 at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
The theme for the conference is “Water Research: Building Knowledge and Innovative Solutions”. Researchers from colleges and universities, state and federal agencies, private organizations, consulting firms, industry and students are invited to attend and submit abstracts for consideration for oral and poster presentation.
To register and/or submit an abstract, please visit the conference website at www.midatlanticwrc.org.
Submit your abstract and share your research! The Conference Planning Committee is accepting abstracts through Monday, March 27, 2017. All presenters will be required to register for the conference at a reduced rate.
Abstracts must include sufficient content and information for adequate evaluation by the Conference Planning Committee. The Planning Committee reserves the right to accept, place in oral or poster session, or reject and paper.
Authors will be informed of the status of their submission by May 1, 2017. An Author’s Guide will be provided to authors whose abstracts have been accepted. This guide will provide information necessary for presenting orally or by poster at the Conference. This guide will provide information necessary for presenting orally or by poster at the Conference.
The 2017 Mid-Atlantic Water Resources Conference is hosted by the Delaware Water Resources Center at the University of Delaware, New York State Water Resources Institute at Cornell University, Pennsylvania Water Resources Research Center at Pennsylvania State University, Virginia Water Resources Research Center at Virginia Tech, West Virginia Water Research Institute at West Virginia University and the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection.
The West Virginia Water Research Institute, a program of the National Research Center for Coal and Energy at West Virginia University, serves as a statewide vehicle for performing research related to water issues. WVWRI is the premiere water research center in West Virginia and, within selected fields, an international leader.