12th National Monitoring Conference

12th National Monitoring Conference

After careful consideration and in consultation with our partners and planning team, the NWQMC has decided to move the 12th National Monitoring Conference to an all virtual platform for the week of April 19, 2021. A virtual conference will allow for maximum partner participation and maintain the best interest of the health and wellbeing of our attendees, sponsors and exhibitors.

We are still in the planning stages of this new format, but we expect the program to include:

Stay tuned for more detailed information on the virtual program, registration, awards, and more!

The National Water Quality Monitoring Council will host its  12th National Monitoring Conference online  during the week of April 19, 2021.  All federal, state, tribal and local water professionals, nonprofits, academia, and volunteer citizen scientists are welcome at this important national forum.

Networking and opportunities to create new relationships will abound for attendees. Whether you seek to develop new skills, learn about the latest technologies, or simply exchange information on a wide variety of topics relevant to water resources, the National Monitoring Conference is for you. Lakes and wetlands, rivers and streams, coastal waters and estuaries, groundwater, and processed water—all water resources—will be represented. The conference attracts the highest quality professional papers and posters and is a destination conference for many in the field.

2021 Conference Themes Include:

Please distribute this announcement to your staff and water colleagues

Questions?  Learn more about the Council and previous conferences at: http://acwi.gov/monitoring/. Contact the 2021 National Water Monitoring Conference Co-Chairs Lareina Guenzel, Guenzel.Lareina@epa.gov; Tim Oden, toden@usgs.gov; and Marie DeLorenzo, marie.delorenzo@noaa.gov. To get on our conference mailing list, please contact Philip Forsberg, pforsberg@nalms.org.