30th Annual AHS Symposium: September 6–9, 2017
Save these dates and join us at the High Country Conference Center in Flagstaff!
Click here to visit the official 2017 Symposium web site, where we’ll be posting updates about the call for abstracts, venue, program, and more.
This year’s theme of “How to Keep the Water Flowing” will include 4 days of workshops, technical sessions, field trips, and networking opportunities with current and next-generation hydrologists, geoscientists, and water resources managers on leading technical and emerging topics on hydrology and water policy.
- Plenary, technical, and poster sessions on interdisciplinary, practical approaches, and solutions for the use and conservation of water in the Southwest for human, ecosystem, and cultural needs
- A special student poster contest with cash awards for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place
- Annual Project WET teachers workshop plus workshops and short courses on topics such as GoldSim, environmental statistics, and water quality sampling protocols
- Field trips that may include “Hydrology and Wineries of Oak Creek,” “Verde Canyon Railway Geology and Ecology of the Upper Verde Canyon,” and one on reclaimed water use and constructed wetlands