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WVWRI Releases Agenda For Upcoming 2018 WV State Water Conference

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            MORGANTOWN, W.VA. – West Virginia Water Research Institute (WVWRI) released the 2018 West Virginia State Water Conference agenda on August 20, 2018 detailing the two-day event.

The event, held September 27-28, 2018, features plenary sessions, breakout sessions with local experts, networking, as well as a reception featuring a student poster session at the WVU Wise Library.

On Thursday, September 27 the Conference will feature state water policy updates, a panel presentation on cutting edge water research in West Virginia, as well as breakout sessions featuring local experts.

The final day of the Conference boasts a session detailing the aging water infrastructure in the state, a break out session, and the final panel session discussing West Virginia pipelines.

Some speakers slated to discuss relevant topics include: Douglas B. Chambers (U.S. Geological Survey), Jocelyn Mackay (National Energy Technology Laboratory), Mindy Armstead (Marshall University), and many more.

The Conference provides opportunities for researchers, policy makers, state and federal agencies, private organizations, environmental consultants and the public to become educated on water research happening in the state and share the latest information and technologies.

For more information on the 2018 West Virginia Water Conference and how to register, visit or contact Megan Kruger at

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WVWRI to co-host regional water conference; announces Call for Abstracts

Written by Tamara Vandivort on . Posted in Blog, Events, News

The West Virginia Water Research Institute at West Virginia University is accepting abstracts through March 27 for the 2017 Mid-Atlantic Water Resources Conference.

The event will be held October 12-13, 2017 at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, W.Va. “Water Research: Building Knowledge and Innovative Solutions” is the theme for this regional conference.

Researchers from colleges and universities, state and federal agencies, private organizations, consulting firms, industry and students are invited to submit abstracts for consideration for oral and poster presentations.

Abstracts for basic and applied research papers are being solicited in all areas related to water resources including infrastructure, energy, monitoring, policy, supply, technology, water quality and others.

The conference combines exceptional educational programs with opportunities for researchers, policy makers, state and federal agencies, environmental consultants, private organizations and the public to share in the latest information, technologies and research relating to water resources in the Mid-Atlantic.

“Water science, unlike many fields, involves a wide range of disciplines including law, engineering, social sciences, policy, economics, chemistry and biology,” said Paul Ziemkiewicz, director of the West Virginia Water Research Institute.

“This conference is a great opportunity to bring practitioners together to build the knowledge base needed to effectively manage our most precious resource.”

The event is being hosted by the West Virginia Water Research Institute, University of Delaware Water Resources Center, Pennsylvania Center for Water Resources Research at Pennsylvania State University, and the Virginia Water Resources Research Center at Virginia Tech.

For more information about the 2017 Mid-Atlantic Water Resources Conference, including abstract submission details, please visit