10th Annual Susquehanna River Symposium

November 13-14, 2015

“The River, Its Landscapes, and Our Lives”

We welcome your participation ….

Abstracts are being sought for oral presentations and posters covering a wide range of projects and research topics pertaining to the Susquehanna watershed. All interested parties, including academics, consultants, state and federal agencies, watershed groups and conservation districts, are invited to present.

Topics Include (but are not limited to):
  • land use history and the Anthropocene
  • the river as a classroom and laboratory
  • lakes, wetlands, and headwater regions
  • invasive species and emerging contaminants
  • climate change and the Susquehanna watershed
  • sustainable watershed management
  • new approaches to conservation and restoration
  • aquatic ecosystems
  • fisheries management and habitat restoration
  • groundwater hydrology; karst aquifer systems
  • aquifer contamination and remediation projects
  • terrestrial ecosystems and the riparian corridor
  • stormwater management
  • sustainable watershed management
  • river water chemistry; and remediation
  • fluvial geomorphology and surficia; processes
  • water resources planning and protection strategies
  • Susquehanna River - Chesapeake Bay connections
How to Submit Your Abstract
Abstracts must be submitted using the online form.

The deadline for submission has been extended to OCTOBER 16, 2015.

Abstracts will be reviewed by the program committee for originality, technical merit, currency, and relevance to symposium topics. Authors' suggestions for topic and format placement (oral or poster) will be considered, but the Committee will make the final decision.

Abstracts received after the deadline may not be accepted.

Acceptance and placement notification will be made via email to the corresponding author by OCTOBER 23, 2015.
Poster Session
The poster session will be held in the Terrace Room (2nd floor) of Bucknell University's Elaine Langone Center. Oral presentations will likely be held in the Terrace Room and the Forum on the second floor of the Elaine Langone Center.
Authors should be present during Friday evening's symposium's poster session to interact with the audience and answer any questions.

Friday, November 13 - 8:00-10 pm
Saturday, November 14 - 8 am - 3 pm

Friday, November 13th - 4:30 and 6:00 PM

Black metal clip stands will be set up in rows on either side of the room.

Posters can be taken down after 3 pm Saturday, November 14, 2014.

Soup, snacks, sandwiches will be provided to students, faculty and speakers in the adjacent dining rooms. Food will be served from 5:00 until 6:30 pm. Friday evening's symposium begins at 7 pm.
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