The National Ground Water Association is soliciting submissions for various types of offerings at the 2021 Groundwater Week Virtual Summit. Educational offerings will include conference sessions, extended learning sessions, poster sessions, and workshops. All offerings will be evaluated on the most current and relevant groundwater research, practical application, and overall impact to groundwater science and the industry. All entries should focus on technology transfer (no sales pitches) and must be written in sentence form without bullet points. NGWA may adjust event formats and scheduling as circumstances necessitate.
All submissions will be captured electronically through the content management system through May 1, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. PT.
Groundwater Summit virtual conference sessions will be scheduled on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Each presenter will have a 20-minute presentation slot in which to include a self-introduction, research or practical application results, and time for questions and answers. Submission topics for platform presentations, as well as extended learning sessions, posters, and workshops are:
This session invites abstracts addressing geologic and engineering expertise for the design of MAR systems, the positive benefits of MAR including its role in groundwater management and resiliency, and potential business opportunities.
These 90-minute slots are provided to allow a more in-depth exploration of current groundwater science and technology.
Prompts during the submission process will alert submitters to word limits for titles and abstracts. A bio sketch need only be three sentences capturing your current affiliation and the groundwater-related activities you perform or oversee related to your presentation.
Each accepted presenter is expected to:
December 14-16, 2021
Music City Center – Nashville, Tennessee
The National Ground Water Association is soliciting workshop submissions for the 2021 Groundwater Week—the best of theory turned into practical application. Survey results from the 2020 Groundwater Week overwhelmingly indicated attendees preferred fewer and extremely high-quality offerings, and NGWA will accommodate. All submissions should reflect new and improved technologies, current industry application, and influences with ramifications to the groundwater industry and those who work in it.
Three concurrent workshop sessions will be offered at various times on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Each workshop will be allocated 60 minutes and each actual presentation should be at least 52 minutes in length or it will be ineligible for state-recognized continuing education credit. NGWA may adjust event formats and scheduling as circumstances necessitate.
Submissions will be capture through the electronic submission system until May 1 at 11:59 p.m. PT when it will close.
We are seeking submissions on the following topic areas:
Submissions should address one of these major topic areas:
All submissions must be written in sentence form without bullet points. Prompts during the submission process will alert submitters to word limits for titles and descriptions.
Individuals and companies are limited to a maximum of four workshop submissions without guarantee any submission will be accepted.
A bio sketch need only be three sentences capturing your current affiliation and the groundwater-related activities you perform or oversee.
Each accepted workshop presenter is expected to:
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