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The first Ground Water Summit hosted by the Association of Ground Water Scientists and Engineers (AGWSE) will be held April 17-20, 2005 in San Antonio, Texas to explore technical information, new science and policy related to ground water.
Among the scheduled sessions are:
Ground Water in Developing Countries: Appropriate Technology, Sustainability and Self-Sufficiency
Recycling Remediation Technologies: What Have We Learned?
"None of This, Some of That": Technical and Economic Aspects of Treatment Trains
Ground Water Education
Detection, Transport and Health Impact of Pathogens in Ground Water
Ground Water Microbiology
Arsenic Removal from Ground Water Chemistry, Technologies, Case Studies and Assessment and Treatment in Developing Countries
Emerging Contaminants and Their Impact on Americas Water Supply
For additional information and registration for the 2005 Ground Water Summit, visit the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) website at www.ngwa.org.