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Great Lakes Environmental Events Calendar
August 2004

 

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August 1-4, 2004
Annual International Meeting of the Societies of Agricultural Engineers
Ottawa, Ontario

This large conference will feature technical sessions on soil and water, bioengineering, environment protection, and energy conservation.
Contact: Dolores Landeck
Phone: 269-428-6339
Email: landeck@asae.org

August 10-11, 2004
Workshop On Arsenic Removal from Drinking Water
Cincinnati, Ohio

This workshop will provide participants with an opportunity to examine and discuss the design and operation of adsorptive media processes for the removal of arsenic from drinking water.
Contact: Alina Martin
Phone: 703-318-4678
Email: tcs-events@saic.com

August 12, 2004
Exotic Species Teacher Day Camp
Belle Isle, Mich.

The Exotic Species Teacher Day Camp is an exciting one-day workshop introducing Michigan teachers to harmful aquatic exotic species.
Contact: Steve Stewart
Phone: 586-469-7431
Email: stewart@msue.msu.edu

August 14, 2004
Save Lake Superior Association's Annual Meeting
Split Rock Lighthouse State Park, Two Harbors, MN
Keynote Speaker: Jesse Schomberg, Assistant Professor and Extension
Educator, UM Sea Grant Program will give a media presentation
titled: "Linking Land use to Water Quality on the North Shore". In
addition, a video will be shown on the harmful impacts of exotic
(non-native) sportsfish.
Contact: Arnold Overby
Phone: 218-226-3223

August 19, 2004
Quick Guide To Using Natural Resource Information In Local Decision Making
Duluth, MN
Here’s your chance to get your minds and fingers around a different way of land-use planning. Whether you’re the one educating others to understand the planning process, or the one doing the planning, this workshop is for you. Take a look at local decision-making from the natural resource perspective first, by using the Natural Resource-based Planning Process.
Contact: Anne Perry Moore
Phone: 651-215-0266
Email: ee-events@moea.state.mn.us

August 21-26, 2004
Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society
Madison, Wis.

Some 1,500 top fisheries scientists will meet to discuss critical issues in freshwater, marine, commercial, and recreational fisheries. Hundreds of oral and poster presentations will cover an immense variety of disciplines and geographic regions.
Contact: Beth Beard
Phone: 301-897-8616 ext. 220
Email: bbeard@fisheries.org



 



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