Caring for Aquatic Systems in Northeast Indiana - a UC2 panel discussion

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Name: Caring for Aquatic Systems in Northeast Indiana - a UC2 panel discussion
Date: October 19, 2017
Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM EDT
Event Description:
Fort Wayne is known as the “City of Three Rivers,” but those rivers are connected to intricate water systems on which human and non-human inhabitants rely. What is an aquatic system? What challenges are created by emphasizing care for these systems? What opportunities become available by caring for these systems?

Participants: Dr. Bruce Kingsbury, Professor of Biology, Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences, Director of the Environmental Resources Center Dr. Mark Jordan, Associate Professor of Biology Dr. Bob Gillespie, Associate Professor of Biology, Director of Crooked Lake Biological Station Dr. Dong Chen, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering Dr. Becca Essig, Assistant Professor of Engineering Anne Marie Smrchek, PE, Manager of Sewer and Storm Water Engineering, Fort Wayne City Utilities
Location:
Allen County Public Library
Main Branch
Meeting Room A
900 Library Plaza
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
Date/Time Information:
October 19, 2017
6PM-7:30PM
Contact Information:
Steve Buttes
Fees/Admission:
No Charge
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