The 17th Biennial Water Resources and Environmental Management Seminar is under way today and Wednesday (June 17 and 18) in the University Union. We shared news of this international event, organized by Profs. Emeriti Jack Day and Bob Wenger, in a previous post. The lineup of speakers features researchers from around the world including UW-Green Bay speakers John Katers, Bob Howe, Paul Sager, Michael Zorn, John Luczaj, Kevin Fermanich, Bud Harris, John Stoll, and Patrick Robinson. Topics range from the rehabilitation of Green Bay, and response to the West Virginia chemical spill, to irrigation in Ecuador. For the full list of sessions and times, see our previous post.
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9 Jan, 2020