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October 21, 2004 new:
First National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration (NCER) --
This First National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration (NCER) will be held December 6-10, 2004 in Orlando, Florida. Mark your calendar and make plans to attend this first-time national event focusing on ecosystem restoration efforts throughout the country. Join your fellow scientists, educators, and restoration planners, managers and decision-makers to discuss similarities and differences and successes and failures of ecosystem restoration programs throughout the country.

Revised October 13, 2004
World Water Monitoring Day --
The National Water Quality Monitoring Council is pleased to support the World Water Monitoring Day 2004. The Council appreciates the leadership of America's Clean Water Foundation and the many interorganizational efforts to organize and host the second World Water Monitoring Day from September 18 to October 18, 2004. This effort is an ambitious followup to 2002's National Water Monitoring Day and 2003's inaugural World Water Monitoring Day. The success of these events and the growing momentum for this year's event are a striking illustration of the motto of the NWQMC "Working Together for Clean Water."

October 5, 2004
Latest Version of the BASINS Water Quality Model is Now Available --
A new version (3.1) of the Better Assessment Science Integrating point and Nonpoint Sources (BASINS) software system has been released. BASINS supports the objectives of facilitating examination of environmental information, supporting analysis of environmental systems, and providing a framework for examining management alternatives.For more information and to download the model please visit: http://epa.gov/waterscience/basins

October 5, 2004
Joint Federal Interagency Hydrologic Modeling Conference and Federal Interagency Sedimentation
Conference --
The conference is scheduled for April, 2006 in Reno, NV. This will be the first time these two highly successful conferences, each under the oversight of a subgroup of the Advisory Committee on Water Information, have been held concurrently. We feel this joint format will provide an outstanding technical program. For further information on the conference, please see the Call for Papers. For further information on the ACWI subgropus, please contact:

September 3, 2004
New Report on Sustainable Water -- How Do We Know It's Sustainable?, by Ethan T. Smith and Harry X. Zhang, Water Environment and Technology, June 2004.

July 9,2004
General Accounting Office Report released -- The General Accounting Office (GAO) Report "Watershed Management: Better Coordination of Data Collection efforts Needed to Support Key Decisions (GA)-04-382) was released on June 28, 2004, by the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. For additional information on the report, please contact Steve Elstein (202-512-6515) or John Stephenson (202-512-3841).

Updated August 2, ,2004
American Water Works Association Eventful Days Ahead -- Upcoming AWWA events of interest:

Updated August 4, 2004
TMDL 2005 -- Conference Announcement and Call for Abstracts -- TMDL2005 -- The Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) requirements of the Clean Water Act play a pivotal role in how and if the United States meets its clean water goals. The Water Environment Federation.s (WEF) TMDL Conferences have brought together hundreds of environmental experts to exchange information on challenging issues related to the TMDL process over the last three years.


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