2011 Truckee River Symposium

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The purpose of this three-day symposium is to communicate, investigate and evaluate science along the river. Discussions will provide an understanding of Truckee River's
important role in supporting northern Nevada and eastern California, while serving as a valuable resource to others who utilize the river.

One element of this program is to provide all groups who work within the watershed a comprehensive understanding of what their colleagues are doing, and to bring critical Truckee River issues to the table for discussion. Drought, water quality, water resources, technical considerations and ecological elements will be discussed, with a mix of research, environmental, management and recreational perspectives included.

This is a perfect opportunity to communicate/ exchange information, update project progress, and collaborate and coordinate with your colleagues on new ideas. The symposium will consist of brief presentations describing work being done along the Truckee River and within the California and Nevada watershed and the policy that drives the work being described. Go to the website for more information.

2011 Truckee River Symposium

Address : Desert Research Institute Reno, Nevada Reno NV
Phone : 775-473-5473   (Always call and confirm events.)

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