AUGUST CONFERENCES: Maximizing Alluvial Aquifers, San Bernardino Water Conference; Urban Water Institute Annual Conference; CA Water Data Summit
Maximizing America’s Alluvial Aquifers Conference
August 8, Healdsburg
An intense one-day information-exchange program about science, design, engineering and operational issues related to extracting groundwater from unconsolidated aquifers using riverbed and riverbank alluvial aquifers to naturally filter the source water.
This program will discuss: case studies from experts in the design, construction and operation of riverbank filtration facilities in the Western US; characteristics of alluvial aquifer hydrogeology and variable geology in the west that influences design and operation of riverbank filtration facilities; and current research and studies regarding the effectiveness of riverbank filtration to remove pathogens and other contaminants of concern and the rehabilitation of aging infrastructure.
San Bernardino County Water Conference
August 10, Ontario
On August 10, government officials, premier water experts, business leaders and community stakeholders will attend the region’s largest event focused on solutions to overcome California’s water challenges.
The conference enables the public to engage with business, community and civic leaders to discuss issues such as infrastructure, legislation, conservation mandates and next steps in dealing with these issues.
Urban Water Institute Annual Conference
August 22-24, San Diego
Panel topics include drought contingency planning, California Water Fix, stormwater management, the water bond and more.
California Water Data Summit: Rethinking Water Management: A Data-Driven Future
The Third Annual Water Data Summit will present a roadmap for modernizing the California water industry and serve as a touchpoint for water data work the Monday after and for years to come.
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