Update September 25, 2008
Conference Symposium - Water Resources and Ecosystem Services for Human-Wildlife Coexistence
Louise Venne & Narcisa Pricope (organizers and speakers)
Andrea Gaughan, William Kanapaux, Olekae T. Thakadu, Jillian Jensen, Rachel PAwlitz (speakers)
Seven IGERT fellows will travel to Colorado to present in a special symposium at the Pathways to Success 2008 Conference. From the session abstract: "The purpose of this symposium is to understand how human water needs conflict with the need to maintain water supply for wildlife and discuss solutions to this conflict in order to achieve human-wildlife coexistence and sustainable ecosystem management." All individual student abstracts can be read here.
Invitation to Contribute - Narcisa Pricope
Narcisa has been invited by referral to contribute two entries to the SAGE Encyclopedia of Geography (published by Dr. Barney Warf), for the entries "International Watershed Management" and "Resilience".
Adaptive Management: Wise Use of Water, Wetlands & Watersheds
is an NSF-funded IGERT program at the University of Florida