[env-trinity] FW: Geological Society of America conf. abstracts call

Byron bwl3 at comcast.net
Thu Jan 6 22:21:47 PST 2005



-----Original Message-----
From: EarleC at starband.net [mailto:EarleC at starband.net] 
Sent: Thursday, January 06, 2005 8:26 PM
To: aaguilar at winfirst.com
Subject: Geological Society of America conf. abstracts call

Just thought I'd share this with people interested in fluvial processes
and the things that depend on them. They seem to be overlooking vegetation
interactions, but hey, they're just Geologists! Please pass it on. Contact
Doug for details. Earle

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Geological Society of America conf
From: "Joan Florsheim" <florsheim at geology.ucdavis.edu>
Date: Thu, January 6, 2005 1:43 am
To: EarleC at starband.net

Happy New Year Earle!

Could you post the following announcement?  Many thanks--Joan

Call for Abstracts
Watershed Symposium at 2005 Cordilleran-Section GSA!
When April 29 to May 1 (2005)
Where: San Jose California
Abstracts Due: February 1, 2005
Submit Abstracts Electronically:  www.geosociety.org

Recent advances in the Science of Floodplain and Channel Processes and
Restoration

Effective watershed management depends on sound scientific assessment of
dynamic physical and ecological processes.  Geomorphology, hydrology,
and sediment transport are among the factors that lie at the heart of
fluvial system restoration.  We invite submissions from scientists whose
research in surficial processes can improve restoration strategies and
watershed management decisions.  We expect to attract abstract
submissions with a diverse range of topics within the general framework
of applied fluvial geomorphology, hydrology, and linked
physical-ecological systems that coexist in fluvial systems.

Questions?
Doug Smith, CSU-Monterey Bay, douglas_smith at csumb.edu
Joan Florsheim, UC Davis, florsheim at geology.ucdavis.edu






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