Title: Fifteenth Annual Conference on Water Management October 31-Nov. 2, 1990 - Miami, Florida
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Title: Fifteenth Annual Conference on Water Management October 31-Nov. 2, 1990 - Miami, Florida
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Language: English
Publisher: NWFWMD
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: NWFWMD Collections - Fifteenth Annual Conference on Water Management
General Note: Box 13, Folder 21 ( Fifteenth Annual Conference on Water Management - 1990 ), Item 1
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WATER '90 MIAMI
Global to Local Partnerships
Water '90, jointly sponsored by Florida's five water
management districts and the Department of Environmental
Regulation, promises to be the preeminent water management
event in the nation. This year, we will be celebrating our
fifteenth annual conference in Miami on October 31-November
2 at the Omni International Hotel. As part of the conference,
we will be highlighting water management in action with
field trips to the Everglades, Biscayne Bay, the National
Hurricane Center and the Miami River.
The conference theme is to explore how global concerns
can be addressed through local action. Two high points of
Water '90 will be presentations on issues of great interest to
all Floridians drought and hurricanes.
Reserve your registration early. Sign up now for Water '90.
Find out how local actions affect global concerns.


1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.


3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.-

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Conference registration
Exhibitors' set-up
Exhibits open
Opening remarks
Welcome
Mayor Xavier Suarez (invited)
Keynote Address
Caribbean Fantasy Night
Celebrate Halloween in Carib-
bean style on beautiful Key Bis-
cayne. You will begin your journey
by ground transportation to the
embarkation site where you will
board vessels for the shores of
Key Biscayne. Upon your arrival
you'll be treated to a Caribbean
fantasy fest of fun, food and folly.
Caribbean attire suggested Pass-
ports not required.


THURSDAY, NOV. 1st


7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
7:30 a.m.-8:30 am.
8:45 a.m.-10:15 a.m.



10:15 am.-10:45 a.m.
10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.



12:15 p.m.-5:00 p.m.


Conference registration
Continental Breakfast
General Session I
Hurricanes The Next Cat 4,
When Will it Come and Can
Florida Survive?
Break/Exhibit viewing
General Session II
Do Droughts Mean Water Short-
ages? Strategies for Managing
Regional Water Supplies
Field Tours
Shark Valley in Everglades
National Park
A two-hour open-air tram tour
provides a panorama of the ho-
rizon of this vast south Florida
wilderness.
The National Hurricane Center
This two-hour tour will focus
on the four units of the Hurricane
Center: hurricane specialist,
tropical satellite analysis forecast,
communications and charting
and techniques development
and applications.

The Miami River Sponsored
by the Miami River Coordinatig
Committee
Participants of this tour will
board the vessel Island Queen for
a first-hand inspection and tour
of this historic and environmen-
tally sensitive waterway.

North Biscayne Bay
While aboard the Island Queen
II you will examine some of the
environmentalproblems ofNorth
Biscayne Bay and visit the sites of
potential projects to be included
in the update of the Biscayne Bay
SWIM Plan.


October 31 November 2, 1990
Omni International Hotel Miami, Florida


ARCHIVAL COPY

ANNUAL CONFERENCE
ON WATER MANAGEMENT


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6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.-


FRIDAY, NOV. 2nd


8:00 a.m.-12:00 noon
8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.


Cocktail Reception
Banquet
Featured during the banquet
will be The Water Log an
original musicalplaywith scientific
and supernatural props that takes
place in a water research labora-
tory. Performed by Creative Stages,
Gainesville.

Keynote Address
Sandra Postel, Worldwatch
Institute



Registration
Continental Breakfast
Break-out Sessions I
Nine programs will be offered
as concurrent sessions on Friday
morning. Three one-hour blocks
will feature each of the nine
programs twice. Additionally,
Environmental Education will be
offered at each of the three
sessions.

Growth versus Water Supply:
What is the Answer?
(Session II, III)

ABC's of Permitting
(Session I, III)

Water Conservation: High Tech
at the Local Level Successful
WaterConservingCommunities
(Session I, III)

EvolvingWaterUse Restrictions
(Session I, II)

SWIM Implementation -Acceler-
atedby InterlocalAgreements
(Session II, III)

Florida's Wetlands: Where Do
We Draw the Line?
(Session I, II)


12:15 p.m.-


Stormwater Management -
Who's Responsible?
(Session I, II)

Interstate Water Rights: The
Institutional Perspective of
What Has and Has Not Worked
(Session I, III)

Environmental Education -
Demonstrating the Tools of
the Trade
(Session I, II, III)


Closing luncheon
Jo Cooper, Senior VP, Envir-
onmentalAffairs, Hill& Knowlton,
Washington, D.C.)

Featured Speakers:

Semah Ichay, Water Commis-
sioner of Israel, Tel Aviv'
Dr. Robert Sheets, Director,
National Hurricane Center, Coral
Gables
Sandra Postel, VP, Research,
Worldwatch Institute, Washing-
ton, D.C.
Jo Cooper, Senior VP En-
vironmental Affairs, Hill & Knowl-
ton, Inc., Washington, D.C.
Joseph Elkana, Agricultural
Attache, Israeli Embassy, Washing-
ton, D.C.'
Jo Clark, Program Director,
Western Governors Association,
Denver, Colorado
Dale Twachtmann, Secretary,
Department of Environmental
Regulation, Tallahassee
Thomas Pelham, Secretary,
Department of CommunityAffairs,
Tallahassee
Dr. Arie Ben-Zvi, Israeli Water
Commission, Tel Aviv'
Billy Manning, Director of
Engineering & Education, South-
ern Building Code Congress
International, Birmingham, Ala-
bama
'Appearance sponsored by the Florida-
Israel Institute, Fort Lauderdale


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CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEES

Pre-registration by mail before October 12, 1990, to attend the full conference is $100, and includes two continental
breakfasts; Thursday box lunch/field tour; Thursday evening banquet; coffee breaks; Friday luncheon; and admission to all
sessions and exhibits. Registration after October 12, will be $125. An optional event will be a reception held on Key
Biscayne on Wednesday evening. This event, hosted byDade County, will feature South Florida/Caribbean entertainment,
food and festivities. The cost for this event is $15.

Optional one-day registration fees are as follows:
Wednesday only (no food, functions) ....................... .............. $25.00
Thursday only (breakfast, box lunch, field tour, banquet) .................... $75.00
Friday only (breakfast, luncheon) ........................................ $50.00

Additional tickets for the Wednesday reception,
Thursday luncheon and the Friday banquet are available for:
Wednesday reception ................................. .............. $15.00
Thursday banquet ................. ..... ............ ..... ......... .. $40.00
Friday luncheon ............................................. $25.00

To register, complete and return the information below; make checks payable to: Annual Conference on Water
Management; and mail to: P.O. Box 12187, Tallahassee, Florida 32317, or FAX (904) 422-0256.
Name
Title
Representing
Address


- Phone


Before After
# Attending Oct. 12 Oct. 12 $ Amount
Full registration and Key Biscayne reception ............... $115 $140
Full registration (all events except reception) .............. $100 $125
Wednesday only ......... ...... ......................... $25
Thursday only ................... ............................ $75
Friday only ........................ ................... $50
Wednesday reception ticket ................................. $15
Extra banquet ticket .................................... $40
S Extra luncheon ticket ................. ..................... $25
Total Amount Enclosed .............................. $

To help us plan for appropriate transportation, please indicate your first and second choice of the field tours offered.
Limited space is available on each tour and will be assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis according to your request.

__ National Hurricane Center Everglades National Park
Biscayne Bay Miami River


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HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:

The Omni International Hotel is conveniently located
downtown, 15 minutes from Miami International Airport
-just across from the Port of Miami. The Omni is offering a
special conference rate of $65.00 single/double and
reservations can be made by calling 1-800-THE-OMNI or
(305) 374-0000. The hotel is connected to the 101/ acre
Omni International Mall and is located just blocks from the
Bayside Marketplace. The cut-off date for making reservations
is October 15, 1990. Be sure to mention that you are
attending the Annual Conference on Water Management
in Florida.

TRANSPORTATION:

The Miami International Airport is located approximately
15 minutes from downtown Miami. There are a number of car
rental agencies located at the airport or you may wish to use
the Miami Super Shuttle. The cost will be about $11.25 per
person, and details on the shuttle will be sent to you, along
with your conference registration acknowledgement.


EXHIBITS:

An exhibit area will be open from Wednesday afternoon
through Friday morning. A limited number of exhibit tables
will be available and additional details may be obtained by
contacting Carol McRae, Conference Coordinator, P.O. Box
12187, Tallahassee, FL 32317 (904) 385-1790.


This publication was produced at an annual cost of $796.98 or $.06 per copy.


South Florida Water Management District
P.O. Box 24680
West Palm Beach, FL 33416-4680


BULK RATE
U.S. POSTAGE
PAID
TALLAHASSEE, FL
PERMIT NO. 119


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