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GLIN==> First National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration



The First National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration will be held December
6-10, 2004 in Orlando, Florida.  The conference is designed to bring
together scientists, engineers, managers, and policy-makers who are actively
involved in and/or affected by all aspects of ecosystem restoration. This
will be the first time that people working on the science of large system
restoration in the Everglades, Chesapeake Bay, Lower Mississippi, Great
Lakes, San Francisco Bay, Puget sound and others will be sharing information
in this kind of formal session.

Scientists and managers involved in a restoration effort are strongly
encouraged to submit abstracts describing their projects. We would like to
make certain that the Great Lakes experience and perspectives are
represented in all aspects of this important conference.  Placement into
sessions will depend on the response to the Call for Abstracts. Since the
Ecosystem Restoration agenda is likely to drive Great Lakes funding for the
foreseeable future, it is important that Great Lakes researchers
participate.

For more information on the Conference, visit the Website at:
http://conference.ifas.ufl.edu/ecosystem/#committee.

The Call for Abstracts can be found at:
http://conference.ifas.ufl.edu/ecosystem/#abstracts.

Deadline for submission of abstracts is July 1, 2004. Abstracts must be
submitted electronically.


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