UCOWR Delegates: It is time to submit nominations for the 2015 Awards! Please see the corresponding page for award details and nomination instructions. We look forward to receiving your nominations in the coming weeks!
Are you interested in being an exhibitor or donor for the 2015 UCOWR/NIWR/CUASHI Conferece?
Bronze, silver and gold exhibitor options are available!
BRONZE: $1500 - includes exhibit space at the Conference, logo in the Conference program and on the Conference website.
SILVER: $2000 - includes exhibit space at the Conference, one complimentary registration (for the individual staffing exhibit space) to the Annual Conference, logo in the Conference program and on the Conference website. Additional representative registration fee at a reduced rate of $300.
GOLD: $3000 - includes exhibit space at the Conference, two complimentary registrations (for individuals staffing exhibit space) to the Annual Conference, and logo and company advertisement in the Conference program and on the Conference website. Additional representative registration fee at a reduced rate of $300.
Exhibit booths are 10x10 and include piping, draping and table linen.
Please see the below pdf for more information about abstract submission to the 2015 UCOWR/ NIWR/ CUASHI Conference: Water is Not for Gambling: Utilizing Science to Reduce Uncertainty from June 16th to 18th at the Green Valley Ranch Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Submit your abstract here.
Deadline for abstract submission: January 16th, 2015
The December journal issue is tentatively titled “A Primer on Watershed Management."
The journal will contain articles related to soils, hydrology, watershed management, human dimensions of watershed management, and aquatic ecology/biology. Submissions for an aquatic ecology/biology article are open to the public. Articles should be aimed at providing watershed community groups and policy makers an overview and literature review of aquatic ecology issues related to watershed management. Issues should be presented on a nationwide scale and include management implications within various land use watersheds (urban, agriculture, forest, etc).