Preliminary Session Titles

Details will be added as they become available.
Agenda subject to change.
Updated 3 January 2019

 

Advancements in Data Collection and Management

Applied Innovations I: Water Quality Monitoring

Applied Innovations II: Hydroecological Monitoring

Assessment Tools

Biological Data and Indicators: Development and Applications

Bugs and Fish? Heck Yeah!

Building Blocks for Chesapeake Bay Monitoring Cooperative

Coastal Dynamics

Contaminant Monitoring

Creative Developments in HAB Monitoring

Data Into Policy

Data Soup: Recipes & Secret Spices

Dynamic Ecosystem Processes

Ecological and Community Health

Evaluating Change

Evaluating Estuary Health

Evaluating Trends

Exploring Outcomes of Collaborative Monitoring

Extreme Events

Groundwater Modeling

Groundwater Quality Monitoring Across North America

HABs and Cyanotoxins

How Is Our Water Quality Changing? National and State-Scale Approaches to Analyzing and Reporting Trends

Hydrologic Studies featuring Isotope and Environmental Tracers

Ingredients for Effective Monitoring

Innovations in Stream Monitoring Methodology

Innovative Approaches to State and National Assessments

Innovative Collaborative Approaches Equal Success

Innovative Monitoring to Track State Nutrient Reductions in the Mississippi River Basin

Investigating the Impacts of Green Infrastructure in Urban Watersheds

Lake Monitoring and Management

Lessons Learned Through Partnerships

Linking Multiple Stressors to Stream Ecological Health

Local and National Monitoring Networks in Support of Hydro-Terrestrial Modeling Across Spatial and Temporal Scales

Long-Term Monitoring Through Regional Partnerships

Long-Term Trends in Stream Water Quality

Look! Data Visualization

Machine Learning Applications for Predicting Groundwater Quality

Making Chemical Concentrations Biologically Relevant

Management Perspectives for HABs

Microplastics and Trash Monitoring

Microplastics in Wet Deposition and Aquatic Environments

Modeling Approaches to Reduce Uncertainty

Modernizing the Data Flow

Monitoring and Assessing Change in Urban Waters

Monitoring and Assessing for Fecal Contamination

Monitoring at Different Spatial Scales

Monitoring Changes in Groundwater Quality at Various Timescales

Monitoring for Cyanobacteria Blooms and Toxins (HABs)

Monitoring on Agricultural Lands

Monitoring Stormwater: Best Management Practices

Monitoring TMDL and BMP Implementation Actions

Nutrient Response

Passive Sampling of Trace Contaminants

Pesticide Occurrence

PFAS & Groundwater

PFAS Monitoring in Water and Tissue

Predictions for Decision Support

Rain, Reporting, Regulations: Stormwater Collaboration

Saddle Up! Harnessing the Power of Citizen Science

Sediment Contaminants in Streams and Wetlands

Sediment Transport

Shale Gas Development and Ground Water Quality

Surveys for Contaminants of Emerging Concerns

The Next “Wave” in Water-Quality Monitoring

Tracing Contaminants in the Hydrologic Cycle

Turning Data into Assets

Unique Strategies for Collaboration

Water-quality Constituent Delivery and Reactivity from Summit to Sea: Impacts of Altered Land Use and Aquatic System Connectivity