Sixth National Monitoring Conference - Monitoring: Key to Understanding Our Waters; May 18-22, 2008, Atlantic City, New Jersey
The National Water Quality Monitoring Council (NWQMC) hosted its 6th conference, Monitoring: Key to Understanding Our Waters, May 18-22, 2008. The conference focused on seven themes that highlight the importance of monitoring in achieving the goal of clean water for all. Especially integral to effective monitoring networks are the “3C’s” of the Council’s Framework for Monitoring — Communication, Collaboration, and Coordination.
Conference Themes -
- Connecting and Integrating Data About Hydrologic Resources
- Collecting, Assessing and Interpreting Data: New Technologies and Analytical Methods
- Describing the Sustainability and Condition of Water Resources
- Understanding Water Quality Stressors
- Exploring Federal, State, and Local Monitoring Needs
- Enhancing State, Regional, and Local Monitoring Programs
- Addressing Multi-Jurisdictional and International Monitoring Issues
- Improving Communication through Innovative Outreach
Conference Results -
Abstracts and Presentations from Technical Sessions
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