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Abstracts Wanted

Posted on Thursday, October 3rd, 2019 | Posted in News

Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference: Newport, Rhode Island; March 4-6, 2020.

Please submit your abstract by October 25, 2019 to be considered for an oral or poster conference presentation.  Oral presentations are limited to a total time of 25 minutes, including a 5 to 10 minute Q&A at the end of the presentation.  NEIWPCC welcomes and encourages attendance and abstract submissions from both undergraduate and graduate students.  Awards will be given to the top student presentations.

Possible Submission Topics

Potential submission topics for oral presentations and posters include but are not limited to:

  • Traditional and Innovative Water Quality Monitoring
  • Clean Water Act Assessments
  • Biomonitoring and Bioassessments (fish, invertebrates, diatoms, periphyton)
  • Chloride/Road Salt Impacts
  • Cyanobacteria/Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) Monitoring and Mitigation
  • Regional Monitoring Networks
  • Streamflow/Water Quantity
  • Temperature or Seasonal Monitoring
  • Innovative Use of Technology
  • Climate Change and Resiliency of Aquatic Life and Ecosystem Function
  • Real-Time Water Quality Monitoring
  • Using Digital Photos for Assessments and Resource Management
  • Habitat Assessments
  • Citizen Monitoring
  • Emerging Contaminants
  • Restoration Studies/TMDL
  • Lake Monitoring and Assessments

Presentations from the 2019 Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference are also available archived.

About the Conference

The Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, coordinated by NEIWPCC in partnership with member states and EPA, continues the tradition of providing a forum for the professional sharing of knowledge and collaboration.  The conference is open to all registrants, and attendees will include representatives from public and private sectors in New England and New York State, including participants from state, federal, and municipal governments; the private sector; academia; and watershed organizations.

It is NEIWPCC’s policy that all participants and speakers are responsible for their own conference registration fee and other expenses related to the 2020 Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference.  NEIWPCC offers reduced registration rates for speakers.

Please visit the conference page for more details, or contact Maryann Dugan with any additional questions.


2020 Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference
Call For Abstracts: 2020 Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference
2019 Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference