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2013 NEAEB Conference

NEAEB 2013
March 20-22
High Peaks Resort – Lake Placid, NY
Hosted by the New York State Department of Environmental of Conservation

NEAEB Conference Agenda (PDF) (10 pp, 511K, about PDF)
NEAEB Abstract Volume (PDF) (37 pp, 411K, about PDF)

The New York State Department of Environmental of Conservation invites you to the 37th Annual Meeting of the New England Association of Environmental Biologists (NEAEB), March 20-22, 2013 at the High Peaks Resort Click icon for EPA disclaimer., Lake Placid, NY.

This three-day conference will provide a forum for presenting current work and research on pressing environmental issues relevant to the region. NEAEB brings established and developing professionals together from State and Federal government, academia, non-governmental organizations, and from other public and private sector institutions. Join us to present and share your work, and participate in discussions and workshops for improving our roles in environmental protection, conservation, and water resource management.

The 2013 NEAEB conference is a great place for networking and formal information sharing through presentations and technical workshops and enjoying informative plenary and poster sessions.  We look forward to seeing you in March in Lake Placid!

CONFERENCE TOPICS

  Rivers and Streams Emerging Contaminants
  Lakes Invasive Species
  Wetlands TMDL Projects
  Coastal/Estuarine studies Climate Change
  Ocean and Great Lakes studies Geographic Information Systems
  Water Resource Management New Monitoring Technologies
  Water Resource Policy Citizen Monitoring
  Study Design and Management Ecosystem Based Management
  Biological Assessment National Surveys
  Water Quality Monitoring Probabilistic Monitoring
  Numeric Nutrient Standards Statistical Methods
     

Workshop – Begins 1 full day before conference!
R Statistical Computing Training Workshop – March 19th and 20th

This workshop will be oriented toward monitoring and assessment programs. The workshop begins the day before the conference.

Graduate Student Poster Competition
The graduate student poster session competition is open to all graduate students. This competition is meant to be friendly way of showcasing the important work of graduate students working in New England and New York. Posters will be presented to a panel of judges during the formal poster session. Posters will be judged and ranked to select a winner based on research content, application of research methods, overall poster appearance and layout among others. The winner will be presented with a monetary and material gift during the annual banquet following the poster session on Thursday evening.

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