Water & Biogeochemical Cycles

2019 Desalination and Water Purification Research Program

The goal of the DWPR Program is to increase water supplies by reducing cost, energy consumption and environmental impacts of treating impaired and otherwise unusable waters.

Call For Abstracts - 2018 West Virginia State Water Conference

The 2018 West Virginia State Water Conference will take place September 27-28, 2018 at Morgantown Marriott at Waterfront Place in Morgantown, WV. The Conference Planning Committee is now accepting abstracts. The theme for the conference is "WATER: Exploring the Understanding, Significance, and Power of Life's Critical Resource."

Water and lithium – The nexus of hydrogeosciences and green energy in the transition from fossil fuels

Earth & Environmental Systems Institute, Earth Talks Seminar Series
David Boutt, Associate Professor of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Activating Global Citizenship: Building the Next Generation of Global Citizens for the Global Goals

We are seeking innovators to devise and demonstrate ways to positively engage young people (under the age of 30) in Global Citizenship at scale and in depth.

Weather, Water, and Climate Day on Capitol Hill

The American Meteorological Society (AMS) Policy Program seeks member volunteers with relevant expertise for a Congressional Visit Day (CVD) focused on weather, water and climate. Participants for the CVD will be selected based on area of expertise, geographic location of residence, and future potential to contribute to the federal policy process, among other factors.

American Water Association: Call For Abstracts

The American Water Resources Association seeks oral and poster presentation abstracts, topical sessions, and workshops on all topics dealing with water resources management.

National Water Center Innovators Program: Summer Institute

The National Water Center Innovators Program was established as a partnership between CUAHSI and the National Weather Service to help engage the academic research community in the enhancement of the National Water Model. The main activity of the Innovators Program is a seven-week Summer Institute (SI) at the National Water Center, which brings graduate students together with faculty advisors and National Water Center staff to conduct group projects that involve rapid prototyping of new ideas.

Agricultural Program Manager


Harrisburg, PA USA