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The Alaska Section, American Water Resources Association
presents
2004 Annual Meeting Announcement
and Call for Papers
April 6-8, 2004
Pike's Waterfront Lodge, Fairbanks, Alaska

Important Reminders
  1. Submit a Conference Abstract - Deadline March 12, 2004
  2. Register for the Conference, Early Bird Deadline - March 26, 2004
  3. Hotel Registration

New Content 2004 Annual Meeting ProgramNew Content
(PDF File, ~130K)

Please plan to join us for our Annual Meeting this spring in Fairbanks, Alaska. These meetings are well attended by water resource consultants, engineers, researchers and students as well as local, state and federal government agency representatives. This year's meeting is currently co-sponsored by:

Cooperating Organizations

American Water Resources Association
Alaska Boreal Forest Council
Interagency Hydrology Committee for Alaska
United States Permafrost Association
American Society of Civil Engineers Technical Council on Cold Regions Engineering

Conference Sponsors

Meridian Management
Taiga Ventures
Campbell Scientific, Inc.
Engineering and Environmental Internet Solutions
GW Scientific

Members of any of the Cooperating Organizations will be able to attend the Annual Meeting at the reduced, AWRA Member rate.
To become a member of the Alaska State Section of the AWRA please go to:

http://www.awra.org/state/alaska/application.html

We will have one short course on Monday, April 5, the day before the conference.

The Short Course topic follows:

Estimating Flow Statistics for Gaged and Ungaged Streams in Alaska
Janet Curran, USGS

The spring meeting of the Interagency Hydrology Committee will also take place at the same location following our meeting on April 8, 2004.
Alaska has many diverse water-resource problems and the Alaska Section encourages submittal of papers covering the full range of water-resource issues that exist across the state and the many disciplines that make up our membership. We have scheduled time for presentations covering all aspects of water resource assessment and management of interest to our members.

Some topics to consider are:

  • Watershed monitoring, management and stewardship
  • Fish habitat restoration and fish passage
  • Water-resource regulations, public impacts and risk analysis
  • Basic data collection programs and uses for both ground water and surface water
  • Water resource issues associated with forestry and wildlife
  • Instream flow uses - the balance between regulation and technical requirements, and associated costs
  • Applications of new or old data collection technologies for forecasting and hydrologic analysis
  • Advancements in computer modeling of hydrologic systems in the Arctic
  • Permafrost hydrology
  • Contaminants in the Alaskan environment
  • Issues/assessments specific to Interior Alaska and surrounding areas

Abstracts for both oral presentations and poster presentations are due March 3, 2004. We are looking forward to an exciting meeting and hope to see you there!! The preliminary program will be available in mid-March 2004.

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