Environmental Flows—Water for People and Nature in the Southeast
"Developing a dialogue for balancing human and environmental needs for water in a rapidly changing region"
A conference promoted by the Southeastern Environmental Flows Partnership
October 27 to 29, 2008, The Classic Center in Athens, Georgia
Registration fees include admittance to all plenary, contributed, and
poster sessions. In addition, registration includes 2 evening mixers
featuring beverage service and heavy hors d'oeuvres, morning continental
breakfast, luncheon, and breaks.
You can register by clicking on the "Registration" link or direct your
- Sandra Postel, In Harmony with Earth's Water Cycle: Strategies to Get Us From Here to There
- Brian Richter, Global to North American Perspectives on Water Issues and Environmental Flows
- N. LeRoy Poff, What We Know About Environmental Flows: The Science
- James Kundell, Forces impacting the Southeast: Demographic and Biophysical. What do people value?
- Charles Coomer, The Status of State Fish and Wildlife Agency Instream Flow Programs and Strategies for Improvement
- Richard Hamann, Development of Florida's Water Law in Relation to Stream Flows
- Watershed planning and management for maintaining environmental flows
- Economic issues: Pros and cons of maintaining environmental flows
- Environmental flows for a healthy ecosystem
- Reservoir construction and operation in relation to environmental flows
- Determining flow/ecology relationships
- Working with little data
- Getting stakeholder buy-in
- Linking socioeconomic factors to environmental flows
- Case studies
More information, including a call for abstracts will be provided on this site at a later date. Please check back.