Title: Exploring Alternative Water Resources
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Title: Exploring Alternative Water Resources
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
Abstract: Exploring Alternative Water Resources
General Note: Box 11, Folder 2 ( 17th Annual Water Management Seminar - 1998 ), Item 25
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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p Water is a limited resource

"Band today's demand for water has stretched those
S linrits As Florida continues to grow, so does its need
e.e reM av-:s :a llable ohwelter.

S. There are alternatives available to help
S- e terater needs for now and -
Sthe filre, Some Qf alternaveate sources t
Sbe dicVssed at thistonfetce include: aquifer
; .storage and recovery, conservation; desalination,
potable And nnn-potae rlmed water, and
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rwanat or weIlfield rehydraon. Leading experts from across
r .. ''.. Wthe country will forcu ond theorecal and practical
i issuess aid the epttingede technolgies of

'.;. "-and agricultural leaders,. gper nent officials,
S- scholars and concerned citizens wth the
"-:.k 'ni t action lthey need tdo naie found decisions to
S" ehsiure dForda's conmtnimtieshave sustainable,
n *- envitonmentally-ftienly water supply.

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February ltalsf
i-30-1:45 p.m. Introduction
Roy Harrell, Governing Board Chairman, Co-Chair,
Pinelkas-Anclote River Basin Board, Southu'est Florida
Water Management District
1.45-2:45 p.m. 7Te'Florida Perspective
Speakers: The Jionorable Lawton Chiles, Governor.
State of Florida (invited)
Peter Rudy Wallage, former Speaker of the House,
Florida House of Representatives and partner with
Annis, Mitchell, Cockney, Edwards & Roehn

S2-45-3:00 p r
3:00-5:00 p. n


S5:00-&30 p.

-Refreshment Break
i. The Value of Water
: loan Rose, Ph.D., associatee Professor, Department of
Marine Science. University ofSouth Florida
Chuck Aller, Water Policy Coordinator, Florida ; :
Department of Agriculture
Jerry Gilbert, President, Gilbert and Associates
oyce Newman, Clean Water Action Project

February 13, 1998

7 3O-8330 0amn.
&-30 9:15a.m.


9 30- 10.30 a.m. The Value of Conservation
Moderator: John Hankinson Ir., Administrator, Region IV U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency (invited)
Speakers: Clay Henderson; Florida Audobon Society
Amy Vickers, President, Wckers and Associates, Inc.

Continental Breakfast
Keynote Address.
Frances Cairncross, Environmental Editor for "The
Economist" magazine and author of "Costin the Earth:
The Challenge for Governmentrand the Opportunities
for Business" ;
Refreshment Break

:`30-11 :31o(n.m. Desalination: Facts and Fictton
operator: Robert Carnaban, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Research,
SCollege of Bngineering, University of Soth Florida
Speakers: David Furukawa, Separation Consultants, Inc. and
First Vice President, International Desalination Association
Mark Farrell, Principal Water Resource Associates-
S1:45a am.-1.oo p.r Luncheon Address
Vice President Al Gore (imited)
1:15-2:15p.m. The Surface-Groundwater Connection:
The Role ofAquifer Storage and Recovery
Moderator: Mark Ross, Ph.D.,AssociateProfessor, Departmentof Civil
and Environmenrdl Engtneering University qf Souh Florida
Speakers: Ernie-Estevez, Ph.D., Si nior Scientist. Mote Marine
Mark Stewart, Ph.D., Chair. Department ofGeology,
University of South Florida
2:15-2.30 p.m. Refreshment Break .
2, :30-4:00 p.m. Water Recycling: Past, Present & Future.
Moderator: Graham Totbn, Ph.D., Chair Department ofGeology,
University ofSouth-FI rida
Speakers: Dan Okum, Ph.D.,K enan Profssor of Environmental
Engineering, Uniuersity of North Carolina
Rhodes Thissell, Ph?.., Senior Vice President,.
SMontgomeryWatson .

Office ofArid Land Studies, University of Arizona
4:00 p.m. Closing Keynote '
The Honorable Bruce Babbitt, t.S. Secretary of the
.:<" Interior (invited)
The conference wil be held at the historic Belleview Bitmore Resort and Spa,
.. : located in Clearwater, Florida.
From. Tlmpa take 1-275 to Hwy. 60; follow Hlwy.Ev eist into d6watown
SCearwater; turr left ontcrSouth Fort Hrrtsort Ave.; turn right onto Belleview
: Blvd, follow sips to the Berieviewlltmore Hot*lNd'i. .
From St. IPtemburg, take J-275 northto'East Bay8 r. (S 686) and head
west; turn right onto indian.Rocks Rd4 follow signs tothelleview Biltmore
Hotel and Spa. .
A spedal group rate of $81 per night is offered and will be extended to
registrants three days prior and three days followingthe conference dates.
The cut-off date for this block of rooms is January 15, 1998. ease call the
hotel directly to make reservations (1-800- 37-8947) and mention that you are
attending the Exploring Alternative Water Soudces Coiierence.



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