Present your water-related research at the International Tropical Islands Water Conference
The International Tropical Islands Water Conference is accepting abstracts for presentations on water resources research in tropical island settings. Abstracts are due Feb. 15, and the conference will take place virtually from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 12-15 Hawaii Standard Time.
The Water & Environmental Research Institute at the University of Guam is the one of the four main water research institutes managing the conference, including the main organizers -- the Water Resources Research Center Hawaii and Hawai‘i EPSCoR ʻIke Wai -- and the Water Resources Research Institute in the U.S. Virgin Islands. The conference is also in collaboration with the U.S. Geological Survey's Water Resources Research Act program.
Abstracts may be for virtual presentations (12 minutes with three minutes for Q&A) or lightning talks (5 minutes). Virtual presentations and posters/lightning talks should be submitted to a conference theme:
Groups may also submit sessions within each theme, composed of four virtual presentations. In the case of sessions, individuals within the sessions should also submit abstracts linked to the session.
The conference will provide a platform for discussion among scientists, resource managers, and community members from across the world to share cutting-edge research and learn from each other's experiences managing and understanding water resources across a broad range of tropical island settings.