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Sustainability on the Border: Water, Climate, and Social Change in a Fragile Landscape

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERED PAPERS
 
SUSTAINABILITY ON THE BORDER:
WATER, CLIMATE, AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN A FRAGILE LANDSCAPE
 
A CONFERENCE HOSTED BY
THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT EL PASO
 
MAY 16-18, 2011
 
Purpose: Summarize Science related to Water Sustainability under Climate and Social Change on the U.S./Mexico Border along the Middle Rio Grande River
(between Elephant Butte and Amistad Reservoirs)
 
Inviting Volunteered Papers for Concurrent Sessions and Poster Presentations on Topics Related to:
 
Ecology and Ecosystem Services                                Regional Climate   
The Managed Environment/Agriculture                       Hydrology & Geochemistry
Socio-Cultural, Political, Economic Systems             The Built Environment
 
And how these factors are influencing trends in environment and development, reshaping nature-society interactions, determining resilience of the nature-society system, and impacting the adaptation and transformation of the system
 
Submission of title and abstract of 250 words maximum required by February 18, 2011, at conference website: www.utep.edu/conferences/   Notification of acceptance by March 21, 2011
 
For more information, contact: W.L. Hargrove, Director, CERM, 212 Burges, UTEP
                                                            915 747 6942           
                                                            wlhargrove@utep.edu
 
 
Funded in part by a grant from the National Science Foundation (Award #EAR-1039127)
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