Posted by: Hendra Siry | 18 January, 2008

The 4th National Conference on Coastal and Estuarine Habitat Restoration

The 4th National Conference on Coastal and Estuarine Habitat Restoration – Creating Solutions through Collaborative Partnerships – will be held October 11-15, 2008 at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence , RI.

Proposals for a presentation or a dedicated session are due January 31.
Proposals for a poster presentation are due February 29th.

Download the Call for Dedicated Sessions, Presentations and Posters, or submit a proposal online, at http://www.program.estuaries.org

The Conference will bring timely national attention to the challenges and opportunities to comprehensive coastal ecosystem restoration throughout the U.S. Habitat restoration at all scales is essential to the very fabric of our lives – the social, economic and ecological well being of humans in the coastal landscape.

This Conference is the premiere nationwide forum focused solely on advancing the knowledge, pace, practice, scale and success of coastal and estuarine habitat restoration. Incorporating the non-profit, government, scientific, business, tribal and academic sectors, the Conference will enable networking and communication throughout this growing movement.

For more information, and to view the Call for Dedicated Sessions, Presentations, and Posters, visit the conference website at http://www.estuaries.org/conference, or contact Steve Emmett-Mattox at program@estuaries.org or 303-652-0392.

For information about exhibiting or sponsorships, contact Harvey Potts at hpotts@estuaries.org or 206-624-9100 x2.

For information on other OES activities, go to
http://www.oceanicengineering.org


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