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2018 CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

  • CLOSED for Oral Presentations
  • Deadline to submit for POSTER Presentation is 11:59PM on September 10, 2018

Please contact Meredith Driver, mdriver@clemson.edu with any questions about the submittal deadline.

2016 featured 4 plenary sessions, 7 tracks, 35 breakout sessions, 107 oral presentations and 46 poster presentations

The South Carolina Water Resources Conference (SCWRC) provides an integrated forum for discussion of water policies, research projects and water management in order to prepare for and meet the growing challenge of providing water resources to sustain and grow South Carolina’s economy, while preserving our natural resources. Each of the five occurrences of the conference brought together over 300 registered attendees, featured over 120 presenters and hosted popular plenary speakers.

The conference is hosted by Clemson University Public Service and Agriculture (PSA) and coordinated by the South Carolina Water Resources Center in conjunction with a statewide committee of water resources professionals.

Submit abstracts HERE

Conference website with more information: www.scwaterconference.org

ABSTRACT SUBMITTAL DEADLINE

APRIL 16, 2018 for ORAL PRESENTATIONS

SEPTEMBER 10, 2018 for POSTER PRESENTATIONS

About

TEN YEARS OF WATER SCIENCE AND POLICY:
Engaging in South Carolina’s Water Future

In spring 2007, Clemson University first announced that it would establish a biennial conference on water resources in South Carolina to be held in even-numbered years, with the first slated for October 2008. The conference is hosted by Clemson University Public Service and Agriculture (PSA) and coordinated by the South Carolina Water Resources Center in conjunction with a statewide committee of water resources professionals.

The goals of the South Carolina Water Resources Conference (SCWRC) are to:

  • Communicate new research methods and scientific knowledge
  • Educate scientists, engineers, and water professionals
  • Disseminate useful information to policy makers, water managers, industry stakeholders, citizen groups, and the general public

The purpose is to provide an integrated forum for discussion of water policies, research projects and water management in order to prepare for and meet the growing challenge of providing water resources to sustain and grow South Carolina’s economy, while preserving our natural resources. The conference brings together statewide academic, private and public sectors. The past five occurrences each brought together over 300 participants from a variety of sectors concerned with water issues including colleges and universities; municipal water authorities and entities; environmental engineering, consulting and law firms; state and federal agencies; nonprofit organizations; economic development associations; utility companies and land trusts.

Contact

Conference Staff

Meredith Driver
mdriver@clemson.edu
(864) 646-2149

Jeff Allen- SCWRC Chair
jsallen@clemson.edu
(864) 646-2145