[Coral-List] Call for Papers - Deadline extended

Elizabeth Ban eban at uvi.edu
Thu Feb 3 08:39:11 EST 2005

Good morning -

The call for papers for the 9th Virgin Islands Nonpoint Source Pollution 
Conference has been extended to Friday, February 11, 2005.  Please feel 
free to forward this to others who may be interested.  Thank you.

The 9th Virgin Islands Nonpoint Source Pollution Conference Planning 
Committee announces a Call for Presentations.  You are cordially invited to 
submit abstracts to present information on implementing and/or adapting 
environmentally-friendly practices to reduce or prevent pollution of 
terrestrial and marine environments in the Caribbean region. Topics of 
particular interest include:
    * Watershed Management
    * Coastal Management
    * Government Initiatives
    * Low-Impact Development / Best Management Practices
    * Land Use / Island Planning
    * Nonpoint Source Pollution Education & Outreach
Abstract proposals for training seminars, oral and poster presentations 
will be accepted by the Conference Planning Committee until February 11, 2005.

The Planning Committee is also soliciting Product and Information Exhibits 
focusing on the theme or topics of interest mentioned above Please submit 
by February 28, 2005.

For details on submitting seminar, paper, poster, exhibit and display 
abstracts, contact Anita Nibbs or Amanda Sackey at (340) 773-1082.

Marine Advisor
Virgin Islands Marine Advisory Service
Center for Marine & Environmental Studies
University of the Virgin Islands
No. 2 John Brewer's Bay
St. Thomas, VI 00802-9990

340-693-1392 (p)
340-693-1395 (f)
eban at uvi.edu

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