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Since its inception in 1989, the goal of the Georgia Water Resources Conference has been to provide an open forum for the discussion of current water policies, research, projects, and water management in Georgia.

Who should participate?

  • Environmental professionals
  • Regional water councils, local, state, and federal agencies
  • Watershed organizations, homeowner associations
  • Farmers and foresters, Chambers of Commerce
  • Researchers, students, public service faculty/extension agents
  • Anyone interested in water issues


Proposed Session Topics

Groundwater - Surfacewater Interactions
New USGS Model (Tallahassee USGS)
Flint River Withdrawals
Ag Withdrawals
EPD Well Permit Applications
Texas's "Rule of Capture" Issue
Effects of Climate Change
Drought Management
Biological Impacts
Endangered Species Act

Savannah Harbor Deepening
Salt water intrusion
Real-time monitoring (conductance/salinity probes)
Surface water quality

Flood Inundation Model
Atlanta (Morgan Falls to Vinings)
Flint River (Albany)
In cooperation with NWS

Onsite Septic Systems
Consumptive Use, Return Flows
Water Quality impacts