The University of Florida Water Institute and Duke Energy partner to host the 7th biennial UF Water Institute Symposium. The Symposium will bring together individuals from a broad range of disciplines and organizations to explore complex water challenges from multiple perspectives. The 2020 Symposium will focus on innovative science, technology, cultural, policy, and management solutions to the following pressing issues:

  1. Harmful algae blooms in springs, lakes and coastal waters
  2. Sources, impacts, and management of contaminants
  3. Water scarcity, allocation, and use
  4. Impacts of and resilience to climate change, extreme events and sea level rise

The Planning Committee encourages presentations that consider influences across a full range of spatial and temporal scales; present innovative analytical methods, technologies, monitoring, and modeling approaches, and focus on public perceptions, science communication, education, and stakeholder engagement. For more information.