Lag Times in the Watershed and Their Influence on Chesapeake Bay Restoration
The goal of the workshop is to bring together a diverse set of experts who can suggest ways in which the concept of lag-times can be represented in simulation models of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. The workshop outcome will be a set of recommendations to the Chesapeake Bay Program regarding data collection, research, model development, policy development, and public communication that furthers a better incorporation of realist representations of lag times in Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts.
Location and Lodging
October 16, 2012 -October 17, 2012
Sheraton Annapolis Hotel
173 Jennifer Road
A room block has been established for STAC workshop participant, and presenters. Please contact the Sheraton Annapolis Hotel at 410-266-3131 and request a room with Chesapeake Research Consortium or STAC. The overnight room rate is $116 plus tax. Please reserve your room before September 17, 2012.
Registration is currently open. Please send your name, affiliation, email address and dietary restrictions to STAC Staff
Robert Hirsch, Workshop Lead
Robert Hirsch, STAC Representative
Natalie Gardner, STAC Staff
Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee
The Use of Regional Groundwater Flow Modeling to Model Transport of Nitrate to the Chesapeake Bay and the Use of the Model to Explore the Timing of Potential Impacts of Changing Inputs - Ward Sanford (USGS)
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