AGU Chapman Conference on Hydrogeomorphic Feedbacks and Sea Level Rise in Tidal Freshwater River Ecosystems, Reston, Virginia, USA 13-16 November 2012
Tidal freshwater rivers link watersheds with estuaries and affect the flux of carbon, nutrients, sediment, and freshwater from land to the ocean. However, climate change is continually altering tidal river ecosystems as tides advance inland and watershed inputs change. This Chapman Conference will generate synthesis of feedbacks between geomorphic, biogeochemical and ecological processes in tidal rivers to better predict ecosystem changes in response to climate change.
For complete meeting details, including information regarding abstract submission, housing, conveners, and more,
visit www.agu.org/TidalRivers. Abstract Deadline 12 July 2012