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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

TMDL 2003
WESTIN MICHIGAN AVENUE CHICAGO
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, USA
16-18 NOVEMBER 2003

ABSTRACT SUBMITTAL DEADLINE:  28 MARCH 2003

The Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) requirements of the Clean Water Act play a pivotal role in how and if the United States meets its clean water goals.  The 2001 and 2002 TMDL Conferences brought together several hundred environmental experts to exchange information on challenging issues related to the TMDL process.  TMDL technical practice, policies, and regulations, however, are far from static.  Recognizing its importance and the continually evolving nature of the TMDL program, the Water Environment Federation is sponsoring TMDL 2003, with support from the Association of State and Interstate Water Pollution Control Administrators (invited), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (invited), U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Advisory Committee on Water Information.

Abstracts addressing the following topics are invited:

A)  Water Quality Standards (WQS)
B)  Monitoring and Listing Methodologies
C)  Modeling
D)  Wet Weather and NPS Loads and Controls
E)  TMDL Development and Implementation
F)  Regulatory, Policy, and Funding Issues
G)  State and Tribal Programs
H)  Stakeholder Involvement and Public Participation

For complete abstract submittal information, please visit http://www.wef.org/pdffiles/TMDL03Call.pdf .  For information on all WEF conferences, please visit http://www.wef.org/Conferences/ .


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