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Making a Great Lake Superior 2007 Final Call for Oral Presentations

We have extended the deadlines for poster and oral presentation submissions:
Oral presentation submissions are due July 10th
Poster submissions accepted until September 14th

Online Registration for the conference is also OPEN, with additional conference details posted online, including:

Get your presentations submitted NOW, and take advantage of this opportunity to share your good work with your colleagues around the basin.  The Poster Reception will be a perfect opportunity to showcase your efforts and ideas.  Previously-used posters from past conferences welcome!

Conference Website: http://www.seagrant.umn.edu/superior2007

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the Making a Great Lake Superior 2007 conference, being held in Duluth, Minnesota from October 29 to 31, 2007. This conference is focused on the most pressing issues facing the Lake Superior ecosystem and incorporates how research, education, and resource management are attempting to address these issues. We look forward to lively dialogue among people of different disciplines, and we will also be holding facilitated workgroups to develop recommendations and priorities for future research, education, outreach, and management.

Protecting and restoring the Great Lakes is of binational importance. Research continues to provide important insights on ecosystem functions, the impacts of human activities, and effective ways to reduce those impacts. Education and outreach provide vital links among basin residents and stakeholders, researchers, and resource managers. The needs of basin communities are evolving as populations change and economic and cultural paradigms shift. Making a Great Lake Superior 2007 will unite people throughout the Lake Superior Watershed in discussions about: 

·       Transforming research results into effective protection and restoration of Lake Superior,  

·       How management approaches and projects reflect priorities,

·       Information needs of land and resource managers, and how this information can best be brought to bear on critical issues

·       The role of educators to help ensure accurate information about Lake Superior is reaching the right audiences in the right way, and

·       The role of citizen groups and individuals in protecting Lake Superior.

On behalf of the conference Co-Chairs,
Liz, John, Jesse and Jan

Elizabeth LaPlante, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency-Great Lakes National Program Office, 77 W. Jackson, Chicago, IL 60604

John Marsden, Environment Canada, 4905 Dufferin Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M3H 5T4

Jesse Schomberg, University of Minnesota Sea Grant Program, 2305 E. 5th St, Duluth, MN 55812

Janet Keough, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory, Midcontinent Ecology Division, 6201 Congdon Blvd., Duluth, MN 55804

-- 
Jesse Schomberg
Assistant Professor-Extension Educator
Minnesota Sea Grant College Program  
2305 E 5th St
Duluth, MN 55812-1445                      www.seagrant.umn.edu
ph: 218-726-6182  fax: 218-726-6556        www.northlandnemo.org
jschombe@d.umn.edu                         www.lakesuperiorstreams.org

    
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