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From Dust Bowl to Mud Bowl: Sedimentation, Conservation and the Future of Reservoirs



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From Dust Bowl to Mud Bowl: Sedimentation, Conservation and the Future of Reservoirs
 Westin Crown Center
Kansas City, Mo
September 14-16, 2009. 

The Soil and Water Conservation Society and Kansas State University are organizing the conference.  An objective of the conference is to develop an agenda for research, education and policy actions on reservoir sedimentation.  Those attending the conference will participate in a facilitated work session to summarize expert opinion on the future or reservoirs and the likely impacts of climate change on sedimentation.  The anticipated product of the work session will provide a summary of issus, problems, and solutions; priorities for research, education and policies; and recommended actions.

               Even if you are unable to attend the conference, you can contribute your thoughts via a survey administered by the Office of Educational Innovation and Evaluation at Kansas State University.  The link for the survey is  https://surveys.ksu.edu/TS?offeringId=140046   The survey will close September 4, 2009.  Feel free to distribute the open link to others you believe would be interested in this topic.  If you receive more than one request to participate, please participate only once.

               If you are interested in attending the conference, you may register here.

Kansas Center for Agricultural Resources and the Environment
785-532-7105
http://www.kcare.ksu.edu/  
K-State Research & Extension
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS


Edited by Carolyn Allen, Managing Editor of Solutions For Green

Publication Date: 8/27/2009
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