Our 30th Annual Symposium
This year’s symposium, themed “How to Keep the Water Flowing,” will include 4 days of workshops, technical and poster sessions, field trips, and networking opportunities with current and next-generation hydrologists, geoscientists, and water resources managers on leading technical and emerging topics on hydrology and water policy.
We chose this year’s theme to highlight not only drought and changing climate issues but also the need to address both human and ecosystem needs for water. Water resource professionals are at the forefront of finding long-term, sustainable solutions to meet these needs. We hope this Symposium will offer insight into the region’s ecosystem water needs and the methods for evaluating them. In the Southwest—particularly in Arizona—human water demands resulting from growth and development have long impacted the water supplies for ecosystems and threatened / endangered species. Conservation will be required to support the myriad of ecosystem services that instream flows provides for both humans and the environment.
Information for Exhibitors & Presenters
The speaker’s ready room is Aspen, 2nd Floor. Please go there to load and review your talks.
Wednesday, September 6
- Sponsor / exhibitor setup 1:30–4:30 PM
- Poster setup 12:00–7:00 PM in Doyle
- Speakers load / review talks 3:00–5:00 PM
Thursday, September 7
- Poster setup 7:00–10:00 AM in Doyle
- Speakers load / review talks 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday, September 8
- Sponsor / exhibitor take-down after 3:30 PM
- Poster take-down after 3:30 PM
- Speakers load / review talks 7:00 AM – 12:00 PM