Water and Environmental Modeling Forum Set for February 28 - March 2

Bringing Together the Disciplines for Creative Water Solutions” is the theme of the California Water and Environmental Modeling Forum’s (CWEMF) Annual Meeting at the Asilomar Conference Grounds February 28 - March 2, 2011.

The conference is a unique forum for the diverse views of engineers, biologists, hydrologists, and economists from public agencies, private firms, universities, and stakeholder organizations. The multi-disciplinary focus and Asilomar atmosphere create a rare opportunity for creative and collaborative exchange on challenging water issues.

The program includes more than 80 presentations in 20 subject areas, including:

  • Bay-Delta Conservation Plan Modeling Activities

  • Modeling and Forecasting Drinking Water Quality

  • Effects of Climate Change on Water Supply, Demands, and Ecosystems

  • Sediment Transport Modeling

  • River, Estuary, and Land Modeling

Highlights of the annual meeting include a keynote address by State Water Resources Control Board member Art Baggett, and the presentation of the Hugo B. Fischer Career Achievement, and Distinguished Life Membership awards.

The CWEMF, which was formed in 1994, is a non-profit, non-partisan organization whose mission is to improve the usefulness of models for analyzing California’s water-related problems.

For further information, or to register, click here.