Hosted by the New England Chapter of NALMS

Look for the Call for Abstracts in January

Watershed Moments: Harnessing Data, Science, and Local Knowledge to Protect Lakes

Click on the image to download the NALMS 2019 announcement flyer.

Vermont is home to more than 800 stunning lakes and ponds, including Lake Champlain, an aquatic gem we are fortunate to share with New York and Quebec. There is no better place to celebrate the partnership between local knowledge and scientific innovation than this lake that unites three borders. Burlington is a thriving and progressive small city, home to the University of Vermont, endless locally-sourced dining options, and a pedestrian-friendly waterfront. Visitors will enjoy scenic beauty and a wide variety of outdoor recreational opportunities.

For other details, contact one of the conference coordinators: Meg Modley (mmodley@lcbp.org), Jeff Schloss (jeff.schloss@unh.edu), and Perry Thomas (perry.thomas@vermont.gov).

Preliminary Session Topics

We encourage the submission of abstracts for papers or posters on any of the topics listed below, or abstracts that address topics of broad interest to the lake and reservoir management community.

  • atmospheric deposition
  • impacts of climate change
  • citizen science
  • water level management
  • lake remote sensing
  • sentinel lakes
  • regional monitoring
  • lake bioindicators
  • cyanobacteria and algal blooms
  • nutrient pollution
  • flooding and extreme events
  • aquatic invasive species