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January 29-30, 2004, Water for a Sustainable and Secure Future: a National Conference on Science, Policy and the Environment, Washington, DC
Sponsored by the National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE), the 4th National Conference on Science, Policy and the Environment will explore the role of science in achieving sustainable relationships among water, people, and the environment. This unique event will bring together a diverse group of stakeholders—both specialists and non-specialists in water resources—united by their common concern over issues of water sustainability.
Contact: Peter Saundry, Phone: 202-530-5810

January 30-31, 2004,Wooded Wetlands-Wisconsin Wetlands Association Annual Wetland Science Forum,Wausau,Wisconsin
Presented by the Wisconsin Wetlands Association and the Wisconsin Woodland Owners Association. The 9th Annual Wetland Science Forum will include two days of field trips, seminars, and discussions that will focus on scientific research on the ecology and hydrology of wooded wetlands as they relate to the stewardship of wooded wetlands.
Contact: Derek Strohl, Phone: 608-250-9971 E-mail:

February 9-10, 2004, Great Lakes Clamwatcher’s Conference, Porter, Indiana
The purpose of this mini-conference is to explore the existing knowledge of Great Lakes mollusks, their role in the ecosystem of the Lakes, the research needs that exist and how a citizen-science project to monitor the presence and relative abundance of native mollusks might be designed to meet some of those needs.
Contact: Elma Thiele, Phone: 219-787-8983

February 21, 2004, Great Lakes Shipwreck Festival, Dearborn, Michigan
Presented by the Ford Seahorses Scuba Diving Club, this 26th annual festival will include fresh and salt water programs, seminars, and underwater photo contest results. Exhibitors will include maritime artists, historical and preservation societies and shipwreck artifact collections.


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