Healthy watersheds and coastal systems are economically useful, but challenging to manage. Great strides have been made, but many stressors continue to degrade the human and environmental health. The Sixth ICRW will explore research and adaptive management, highlighting the challenges of sustaining working watersheds and their components that are involved in economic production. The conference will feature presentations on cutting-edge research conducted in these working landscapes by federal and state scientists, academics, NGOs, and others.
Kaelin Crawley, Battelle scientist for the NEON project, will be presenting on The National Ecological Observatory Network Aquatic Sampling: Dissolved Gas Concentrations, Stratification Conditions in Lakes, and Reaeration Rates in Streams