Growing populations and economies will increase competition for water resources around the world. Furthermore, desiccation of surface water supplies via climate change will not only exacerbate disputes over current water supplies but also increase pressure on groundwater resources, already stressed in some parts of the world. Since water resources respect no political boundaries - sometimes not even intra-national or intra-state boundaries - equitable agreements to govern, manage, and protect these resources are essential to the social and economic well-being of all water users. While formal agreements for equitably governing and managing transboundary surface water resources are common and well-understood, the development of similar transboundary groundwater agreements is in its infancy.
We invite you to register for the conference using the instructions below. Your registration fee includes:
Full Registration: All sessions on Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday; Exhibits; Refreshment Breaks; Networking Reception & Conference Lunch.
Student Registration: All sessions on Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday; Exhibits; Refreshment Breaks; Networking Reception & Conference Lunch. A
copy of your student ID and a letter from your institution or professor
confirming FULL TIME status should be sent with your registration. Post
docs do not qualify.
One Day Registration: All sessions, Exhibits, Refreshment Breaks, and Networking Reception or Conference Lunch on the day registered.
To register, log in with your AWRA username and
password to the right. Click "Create a new account" under Sign In above
if you don't have an account. Click the "Register Myself" button towards
the bottom of page. You may also download the mail in registration form. Please email as an attachment to Mike Kowalski or fax to AWRA HQ at 540-687-8395.
We look forward to seeing you in Texas in July 2018!
Director, Texas Water Resources Institute
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX
||Dr. Michael E. Campana
Technical Program Chair
Technical Director, AWRA
Professor, College of Earth, Ocean and Atmosphere Sciences
Oregon State University, Corvallis OR