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May
23
Mon
Lake Champlain Research Conference @ University of Vermont Davis Center
May 23 – May 25 all-day

The Lake Champlain Basin ProgramLake Champlain Sea Grant, and the Lake Champlain Research Consortium are pleased to announce the 2022 Lake Champlain Research Conference. In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the US Clean Water Act of 1972, the conference will bring together lake and watershed stakeholders, including researchers, management practitioners, and the public, to learn about the state of research on Lake Champlain. The conference will provide an opportunity for discussion, networking, and collaboration. The event will be multi-jurisdictional, featuring representation and research from New York, Vermont, Québec, and beyond.

Originally scheduled for January 2022, the event has been postponed to May 2022 to safeguard participants’ health.

Please see the event webpage for more information and to register.

Oct
23
Sun
11th U.S. Symposium on Harmful Algae @ Hilton Albany
Oct 23 – Oct 28 all-day

The theme for the U.S. Symposium on Harmful Algae is Science to Support Solutions from Shore to Shore.” From freshwater to marine systems, the prevalence of harmful algal blooms (HABs) is a national environmental challenge, and solutions are needed. Celebrating this event in New York – the only state with Great Lake shorelines, marine coasts, and the diverse range of ecosystems between these extremes – creates an ideal setting to discuss progress in understanding algal bloom ecology and the solutions necessary to prevent and reduce HABs.

This conference is open to all registrants. Attendees will include national representatives and researchers from academia; state, federal, tribal, and municipal governments; the private sector; and watershed organizations. Registration will open in Spring 2022.

The symposium is coordinated by NEIWPCC, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and U.S. Geological Survey with support from the U.S. National Office for Harmful Algal Blooms at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.