Call for papers for Arizona Hydrological Society Annual Symposium
The Phoenix Chapter of the Arizona Hydrological Society (AHS) is soliciting abstracts for papers and posters to be presented at the AHS 25th Annual Symposium.
September 18 - 21, 2012, Desert Willow Conference Center, Phoenix, Arizona
The Annual AHS Symposium is a premier event in the southwest for hydrology and water resources science, engineering, and public policy. AHS solicits descriptions of projects and research from hydrologists, geologists, engineers, planners, water policy and legal professionals, and teachers. This year’s technical sessions will focus on the following topics focused on water and water science in Arizona and the Southwestern United States:
· Water-Energy nexus · Drought Conditions · Surface Water-Groundwater Interaction · Tribal issues · Water Reuse · Modeling and GIS · Water Harvesting · Sustainability · New Technologies · Colorado River Issues · Water Quality · Water Rights and Adjudications · Conservation · Privatization (who owns the water?) · Recharge · Regulatory Issues · Surface Water · Water Supply and Delivery/Distribution · Subsidence · Climate Change · Groundwater Remediation · Growth · Monitored Natural Attenuation · Social Ecological Systems
This year’s symposium will also encourage poster submittals. Please submit your abstracts no later than June 30, 2012. Abstracts should be 250 words or less and include title, authorship, and affiliations. Please include a brief biographical sketch of the primary author(s). Contributors will be notified of abstract acceptance on or about July 15, 2012.