#e.24612 Thursday 10:00AM to Friday 3:00PM
September 26-27, 2013
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NJ-American Water Resources Association - Mid Atlantic Conference

APA New Jersey Chapter
West Windsor , NJ

AWRA and the sections of the Mid-Atlantic region are committed to fostering interdisciplinary communication among persons of diverse backgrounds working on any aspect of water resources.

We anticipate that this Conference will carry on that mission with a program that will include a wide-range of water resources topics to interest practitioners, researchers and students from a variety of disciplines. Our goal is to provide an interesting and informative program that will provide attendees with lessons and tools to apply in their watershed.

Conference Highlights:
Two days of keynote speakers and concurrent sessions
Poster sessions
Exhibits – The exhibit hall will provide the opportunity for attendees and exhibitors to connect and build partnerships.
Thursday Evening Banquet: In 2013, the Mid-Atlantic Sections of AWRA will celebrate Water New Year’s Eve. The Water New Year’s Eve celebration is a highlight of the NJ Section’s year - and this year, we expect it to be a wonderful chance to meet new people and re-connect with old friends from throughout the region.



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#a.178798 Thursday September 26, 10:30AM to 12:00PM

Concurrent Session 1B: Water Resources Data I

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Each presentation in this session touches on newly developed data sets regarding critical water resources. The first presentation, Water Use Trends in the Delaw ... more

#a.176937 Thursday September 26, 10:30AM to 12:00PM

Concurrent Session 1C: Stormwater

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This group of presentations presents case studies and discusses the effectiveness and implementation of Best Management Practices for stormwater management. Th ... more

#a.178540 Thursday September 26, 1:00PM to 2:30PM

Concurrent Session 2A:Water Resources II

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The first presentation, Impacts of Pre‐Sandy Reservoir Releases, will discuss the environmental limitations and hazards of using of pre‐storm releases from the ... more

#a.178541 Thursday September 26, 1:00PM to 2:30PM

Concurrent Session 2B: Stormwater II

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This panel of presentations discusses three proactive planning efforts in developing and developed areas to specifically address stormwater and wastewater needs ... more

#a.178542 Thursday September 26, 3:00PM to 4:30PM

Concurrent Session 3A: Green Infrastructure

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Many big cities throughout the United States have been required by the United State Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to implement green infrastructure stra ... more

#a.178543 Thursday September 26, 3:00PM to 4:30PM

Concurrent Session 3B: Water Quantity

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The presentations in this session address water quantity modeling and comprehensive planning to address potential hazards and environmental concerns associated ... more

#a.178544 Thursday September 26, 3:00PM to 4:30PM

Concurrent Session 3C: Stormwater III

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Each presentation in this panel touches on applied applications, regulations, and research pertaining to stormwater management in the region. The first present ... more

#a.178801 Friday September 27, 10:30AM to 12:00PM

Concurrent Session 4A: Hurricane Sandy ‐A Game Changer in New Jersey, Part 1‐The Storm

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This Special Session will include a moderator and four presenters on different but complimentary topics, demonstrating the power of Hurricane Sandy to influence ... more

#a.178545 Friday September 27, 10:30AM to 12:00PM

Concurrent Session 4B: Water Quality

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These three presentations discuss water quality and federal and state regulations that have been created to improve the health of the water systems. NJDEP anti ... more

#a.178770 Friday September 27, 10:30AM to 12:00PM

Concurrent Session 4C Stormwater & Ecological Restoration

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This session showcases three ecological restoration projects that link habitat and improved water quality in ways such as creating habitat, identifying the effi ... more