2nd International Conference on Estuary Monitoring and Restoration

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2nd International Conference on Estuary Monitoring and Restoration Tuesday, November 13, 2007 San Juan Museum 150 Norzagaray Street Old San Juan, Puerto Rico PROGRAM 10:30-12:00 Ernesto Díaz, President, Scientific and Technical Committee San Juan Bay Estuary Partnership Moderator Estuarine Environmental Indicators Dave Wilson Maryland Coastal Bays Program Using Birds as Biological Indicators of Estuary Condition Jan Smith Director Massachusetts Bay National Estuary Program Volunteer Monitoring Program Dr. Joe Costa Director Buzzards Bay National Estuary Program Mangrove Monitoring and Restoration in Southwest Florida Lisa B. Beever, Ph.D., AICP Executive Director Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program 12:00-1:30 LUNCH (on your own) 1:30-3:00 Program Seminar (cont.) Evelyn Huertas San Juan Bay Estuary NEP Program Officer, Environmental Protection Agency Moderator Rapid Assessment Surveys for Marine Invasive Species: Goals and Methods Jan Smith Director Massachusetts Bay National Estuary Program Aquatic Invasive Species in the Western Coast Dr. Shelly Luce Director Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission Measuring the Decline and Resurgence of Submerge Aquatic Vegetation (SAV) in the northern and central Indian River Lagoon Troy Rice Director Indian River Lagoon National Estuary Program Re-creating Longshore Bars to Facilitate Seagrass Recovery in Tampa Bay Dick Eckenrod Director Tampa Bay National Estuary Program 3:00-3:15 BREAK 3:15-4:45 Program Seminar (Cont.) Gretchen Guzmán Citizens Advisory Committee, San Juan Bay Estuary Partnership Moderator Overfishing in the La Plata Estuary: The Bahia Samborombon case study, Argentina Pablo Bordino, Lic., M.Sc. Director AquaMarina - CECIM Senior Project Leader Buenos Aires, Argentina San Juan Bay Estuary Monitoring 2002-2005 Results Jorge Bauzá, Ph.D., QEP Environmental Scientist San Juan Bay Estuary Partnership Where Manatees Roam: Monitoring a Coastal Estuarine System in the Heart of Belize Nicole E. Auil Wildlife Trust Belize City, Belize The Seminar is co-sponsored by the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus, Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies. Reserve your space for this free Seminar now! We only have 70 seats available! The Seminar is free of charge! Certificates for Continuing Education will be issued by the University of Puerto Rico for a nominal fee. For reservations please call, 787-725-8165 Ext. 303 and leave your name, name of organization and telephone number. For information regarding continuing education, please call Mirna Guzmán at 787-764-0000 Ext. 4632. For general information visit: http://www.estuario.org

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