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May. 21, 2015 CASQA Conference

Call for Presentations and Posters

The California Stormwater Quality Association (CASQA) returns to the popular destination of Monterey, California for its 11th Annual Conference, to be held from October 19 - 21, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency. The theme this year is Stormwater: Are We Making a Difference?, which questions the link between stormwater programs and environmental outcomes and reflects the spatial and temporal complexity of stormwater improvement in urban areas and the need for innovative approaches.

As always, the CASQA Conference will emphasize training with a full day of in-depth workshops (October 19), a poster display, a keynote address by Professor David Sedlak of UC Berkeley, over 80 concurrent session presentations (October 20 and 21), and an extensive exposition of the latest products and services.

Presentations and posters are sought for the following major tracks:

Behavior Change
Construction Stormwater Management
Effectiveness Assessment
GIS Management: New Technology, New Ideas
Industrial Stormwater Management
Looking Ahead from a Legal Perspective
Managing Stormwater at a Regional Scale
Meeting ASBS Requirements ??? Implementation Case Studies
Municipal General Permit for Traditional and Non-Traditional Phase IIs
Municipal Permits: Navigating Requirements and Overcoming Obstacles
Stormwater Treatment
Sustainability for Stormwater Resources
The Science and Policy of TMDLs
Vitalizing Stormwater Compliance Training
Watershed Management

The deadline for submitting abstracts to make a presentation (either 30 or 60 minutes time slots) or provide a poster is midnight on June 1. To submit an abstract go to the CASQA abstract submission page https://www.casqa.org/events/annual-conference/abstract-submission%20 on the CASQA website (https://www.casqa.org).

CASQA is a non-profit professional member association dedicated to the advancement of stormwater quality management through collaboration, education, implementation guidance, regulatory review, and scientific assessment.