Water Quality Health Indicator & Data Science Symposium presented by SWAMP
The Water Boards’ Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP) is hosting the Water Quality Health Indicator and Data Science Symposium. This is an annual event that aims to:
daylight surface water quality data, insights and interests on California surface water quality topics
better connect data, information, and knowledge to water quality stakeholders and decision makers; and
create a networking community to enhance better communication throughout the year.
Emerging Tools in Water Quality Science
Synthesis and Integration
Integrated Approaches to Address Problems and Program
Assessing Beneficial Uses
Nutrients/Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs)
Constituents of Emerging Concern (CECs)
Visit the Symposium Webpage for Agenda, abstracts, and Speaker Bios as they become available.
If you would like to submit a Presentation or Poster abstract please fill out the survey.
Who should attend? People who are interested in helping to:
Facilitate the application of Water Quality data to California water policy and permit writing
Provide a forum for sharing recent science and practical applications relevant to watershed health
Foster the translation of water quality data and research into policy solutions
Expand support for water quality data with applications to California’s environment, public health and economy
Facilitate collaboration across scientific research fields and public policy
Use the "In-Person Attendee" ticket if you would like to attend the symposium at Cal-EPA in Sacramento.
Use the "Remote Attendee" ticket if you would like to attend on-line
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