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Binational conference: Lake Erie at the Millenium



Posted on behalf of Jan Ciborowski <cibor@uwindsor.ca>

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Binational Conference - "LAKE ERIE AT THE MILLENNIUM - CHANGES, TRENDS, AND
TRAJECTORIES"

April 26-28 1999, University of Windsor,  Windsor, Ontario

FINAL CALL FOR PREREGISTRANTS

Convened by the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research,
the National Water Research Institute, Ohio Sea Grant (F.T. Stone
Laboratory of Ohio State University), and the Great Lakes Research Station
(USEPA at Grosse Ile).

This conference will bring together leading researchers on Lake Erie to
summarize changes that have occurred in the last 10 years, anticipate
trends into the next 3-5 years, and address the most pressing questions
facing Lake Erie decision makers.  Forty-eight invited speakers will
present their special expertise on topics in 7 sections:

Physical Structure of Lake Erie
L. Erie Loadings and Flux
Environmental Features
Open-Water Biotic Features
Nearshore and Coastal Biotic Features
Invaders
Human-related Concerns

Presenters are submitting peer-reviewed manuscripts for inclusion in a
book on the status and future of Lake Erie.

Full program, registration and other details  are available at the web site

http://www.ijc.org/boards/cglr/erie2000

Registration fee includes conference materials, meals, socials, and a
copy of the book, due to be published in 2000.

Off-site registration will be accepted electronically or by fax until
Monday 19 April 1999.

To receive additional information, send e-mail or fax to

Jan J.H. Ciborowski,
Department of Biological Sciences,
University of Windsor, Windsor,
Ontario, Canada, N9B 3P4,
Tel: (519) 253-3000 ext. 2725,
Fax: (519) 971-3609
e-mail: cibor@uwindsor.ca
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