The 2019 Delaware Estuary Science & Environmental Summit, hosted by the Partnership for the Delaware River Estuary, will take place from January 27 through January 30 in Cape May, New Jersey and will explore the theme "Estuary 2029: Saving Our System Through Collaboration." The summit will feature over 100 presentations on the latest science, education, and policy topics. Join fellow scientists, educators, and others for stimulating presentations on issues that matter to the Delaware River and Bay!
Estuary 2029: Saving our System Through Collaboration, highlights inter-disciplinary and cross-sector relationships that will be needed to successfully implement the revised Comprehensive Conservation Management Plan for the Delaware Estuary. Attendees will be invited to forge new collaborations that promote ecosystem-based science, management and restoration.
The summit will offer a keynote presentation, featured speakers, regular sessions, special topic sessions, hands-on workshops, and discussions. The summit will consist of 26 sessions, some concurrent, containing 15-minute oral presentations, with time allotted for Q&A when possible. Poster presentations will be aligned with session topics, and moderators will facilitate discussions among all presenters and the audience of each session.
Registration is required for every attendee, including speakers, exhibitors, and sponsors. Registration includes admission to all sessions, continental breakfast and lunch each day of the conference, as well as dinner on January 28.
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