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Hudson River Science Symposium 2013 – The State of Hudson River Science

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April 24, 2013: 8:00AM to 5:30PM
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State University of New York at New Paltz
Student Union Building
Wednesday April 24, 2013
8:00AM – 5:30PM
Talks start at 9:00 – Poster Session at 3:45

The State of the Hudson River Science will present our latest scientific understanding of the Hudson River and environs, discuss the drivers behind the science, identify future challenges, and provide an opportunity for scientists, resource managers, educators and students to share ideas. The Hudson River Environmental Society working in partnership with the Hudson River Foundation invites you to hear from regional scientists and view scientific posters. Invited speakers will give presentations on the following themes:

The State of Hudson River Science – Dr. Jeffrey Levinton
Long-term Ecological Changes – Dr. David Strayer
Climate change, Sea-level Rise, and Episodic Events – Dr. William Solecki
Ecosystem Restoration Science – Dr. Stuart Findlay
Hudson River Fish – Dr. Karin Limburg
Sediment Transport and Deposition – Dr. David Ralston
Contaminants: Old and New – Dr. Isaac Wirgin & Dr. Emma Rosi-Marshall
Historical Ecology and Archaeology – Dr. April Beisaw
Meeting the Challenges – Dr. Dennis Suszkowski

A contributed poster session and reception will follow the oral presentations. This will provide for a great opportunity to make and renew connections and share ideas.
To Register go to: Hudson River Science Symposium.

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