2020 Mississippi Water Resources Conference
The 2019 Mississippi Water Resources Research Institute (MWRRI) annual conference promises to be an exciting event. This year’s event will be held in Jackson, MS, March 31 - April 1, 2020 and will be the water conference in Mississippi that you will not want to miss. We hope you will attend. Abstracts are now being accepted for presentations and posters.
Abstracts may relate to any water related topic and they should contain 200-400 words. Submit your abstract to Jessie Schmidt (email@example.com) by Friday, January 11, 2020. Authors agree to present their paper, and pay the conference registration fee should their abstract be accepted. Authors who cancel attendance after March 1, 2019 will be responsible for payment of the registration fee. Papers/posters presented at the conference will be published in the Proceedings. The registration fee of $275.00 will cover all conference activities. The full-time student registration fee is $100.00 . A special one-day registration will be available for Tuesday, March 31. The one-day registration fee is $150 or $30 for students.
Manuscripts will be the sole responsibility of the authors as the MWRRI does not edit manuscripts for the Proceedings. Authors will be expected to adhere to guidelines for proceedings and submit papers prior to the established deadlines. The proceedings timetable and guidelines will be provided at a later date.
The conference will be held at the Jackson Hilton, in Jackson MS. Reservations may be made by phoning 1-888-263-0524. Mention group code WATER4 to receive the special group rate.
Topic: Hidden complexity of the Mississippi River Alluvial Valley aquifer illuminated like never before using regional-scale airborne geophysics Salon A
Mohammed Al Otmi
Mississippi State University Experimental Study of the Performance of the N, N'-di (carboxymethyl) dithicarbamate Chelating Resin in Removing Heavy Metals from Oilfield Waste Water
Mississippi State University A Geospatial Inventory of Surface Water for Irrigation in the Big Sunflower River Watershed
Mississippi State University Characterization of Runoff Water Quality from Established BMP Soybean Production Systems
University of Alabama Bottom-up Effects of Leaf Litter Conditioning on Snail Physiological Rates
China Agriculture University The Spatiotemporal Variation of Groundwater Level and Response to Landuse Change in the Big Sunflower River Watershed
University of Mississippi Iron-precipitation in Mississippi Streams from Discharge of Iron-rich Groundwater: Characterization and Modeling
University of Alabama Investigating Variables Which Could Affect Unionid Abundance and Biodiversity
Auburn University Systematic Water Use Efficiency in Maize-Soybean Rotations: The Impact from Climate Change and Cover Crops
Shaanxi Province, China Increase in Plant Available Water Holding Capacity of Soils Amended by Biochar
Mississippi State University Assessing the Environmental and Educational Value of an Agricultural Stream Restoration
Mississippi State University Control of Chinese Privet as a Part of the Water Resources Management Plan for the Redbud-Catalpa Creek Watershed
University of Mississippi "One pot" Method for Collection and Preparation of Microplastic Samples for Detection and Characterization Purposes
Mississippi State University DSS based BMPs Effectiveness Impacts and Evaluation of Water Quality at Yazoo River Sub Basin
Mississippi State University Runoff and Transportation in Conservation Management Systems Under Simulated Rainfall
Brian van Ee
University of Alabama Determining Ecosystem Function and Thermal Thresholds of Freshwater Mussels
University of Mississippi The Use of Lumped Parameter Modeling to Determine Groundwater Age of the Mississippi River Valley Alluvial Aquifer
University of Mississippi Microplastics in the Mississippi River System
Mississippi State University Establishment of a Riparian Buffer Along the Constructed Levees of Catalpa Creek
Mississippi State University Estimating the Optimal Water Requirement for Soybean Production in the State of Mississippi
U.S.D.A./A.R.S. Characterizing Phosphorus Fractionation in Delta Soils