The 2021 Summit will feature a one-day Forum on Climate Change and the Delaware River Basin. This exciting addition to the Summit’s program is being hosted by the Delaware River Basin Commission’s Advisory Committee on Climate Change.
Since 2005, the goal of this biennial Summit has been to bring together scientists, managers, restoration practitioners, and educators from different sectors to share the latest scientific information, network, and make ecological linkages that promote a better understanding of the watershed as a whole. The central format is that of a conventional scientific meeting with abstracts, presentations and peer review Q&A. While the focus is on the watershed of the Delaware River and Bay, presentations are welcome from other areas if they help to inform our understanding of this system.
Potential presentation topics include:
Who should attend the summit?
We are now accepting abstracts for oral and virtual poster presentations.
Submit your abstracts here.
We are accepting virtual 12-min oral presentations, 5-min lightning presentations and poster presentations. Please see the submission form for more information or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
PDE has archived hundreds of posters and presentations for your convenience, authors willing.
|2019: Estuary 2019 Saving Our System Through Collaboration|
|2017: Reflecting on Progress, Charting the Future|
|2015: Balancing Progress & Protection|
|2013: Weathering Change|
|2009: Planning for Tomorrow's Delaware Estuary|
|2007: Linking Science, Management, and Policy|
|2005: The State of Science in the Delaware Estuary|
Photos from the 2019 Summit