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Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference

Thank you for attending the 2022 Northeast Aquatic Biologists (NAB) Conference on March 2-4 in Portland, Maine.

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The 2022 Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference takes place in Portland, Maine.

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The Northeast Aquatic Biologists (NAB) Conference, coordinated by NEIWPCC in partnership with member states and EPA, preserves the spirit and tradition of providing a forum for the professional sharing of knowledge and collaboration that the aquatic and environmental biologist community in the Northeast represents.

Conference Program | Attendee List

NAB is open to all registrants. Attendees include representatives in New England and New York State, including participants from state, federal, tribal, and municipal governments; the private sector; academia; and watershed organizations.

Conference Program & Recordings

The NAB 2022 Conference Program is available HERECheck out our presenters’ abstracts and bios by clicking on their presentations. If you are interested in any particular powerpoint presentations, please contact Maryann Dugan to check if the speaker has permitted slide-sharing.

NAB 2022 Recordings:

Words of Welcome: Maryann Dugan & Susan Sullivan, NEIWPCC & Tom Danielson, ME DEP

Conference Keynote Address: Maulian Dana, Penobscot Nation Tribal Ambassador

eDNA Methods to Detect Invasive Invertebrates in Northeast Lakes: Denise Blanchette, ME DEP

The Connection Between Sediment Resuspension, Turbidity, and Fecal Indicator Bacteria Concentration and Their Effect on the Bacterial Water Quality of the Harlem River, New York: Ashley Smith, USGS

Probabilistic Assessment of New Hampshire’s Lakes, Ponds, and Reservoirs: Kirsten Hugger, NH DES

The Northeast Sediment Diatom Collaborative: How a NAB Conference Workshop Spurred a Regional Collaboration: Kellie Merrell, VT DEC

Edge-of-Field Nutrient and Sediment Monitoring in Great Lakes Priority Watersheds: Andrew Kowalczk, USGS

Computational Methods for Image-Based Stream Connectivity Classification: Mary Becker, CT DEEP & Timothy Becker, University of Hartford

Dissolved Oxygen Monitoring in Great South Bay, Long Island, NY, in Support of Coastal Resource Management: Kaitlyn Finkelstein, USGS

Use of Aluminum Compounds as a Tool to Achieve a Hypolimnetic Reduction in the Total Phosphorus Load in Nippo Lake, Barrington, NH: Kirsten Hugger, NH DES

The Long-Term Response of Remote Acid-Impaired Lakes in Vermont to Reduced Acid Rain Inputs: Bruce Forsberg, VT DEC

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For general NAB Conference questions or information about the NAB Workgroup, please contact Maryann Dugan at 978-349-2052 or mdugan@neiwpcc.org.

A select number of conference proceedings are available on our website.

Legendary Aquatic Biologist Awardees

THANK YOU TO OUR NAB 2022 EXHIBITORS & SPONSORS!