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Riparian Habitat and Floodplains Conference

March 12 - 15, 2001
Radisson Hotel, Sacramento, California


A conference integrating California riparian and floodplain restoration,
research, conservation, partnerships, education, policy, and biota,
together a wide variety of experts and interests.

Plenary Sessions, Concurrent Technical Sessions, and Workshops will take
place March 12-14. Field trips will take place March 14-15. A Conference
Proceedings will be published.

Registration and program information can be found at our website:

We are soliciting papers in the following major theme areas:

Conservation and Restoration of Riparian and Floodplain Habitat
- Managing Multiple Uses to Maintain Riparian Health
- Multiple-Species Conservation
- Integrated Floodplain Management

Research and Technology in Restoration and Monitoring of Riparian and
Floodplain Habitat
- Recent Advances in Monitoring, Restoration, and Bioengineering
- Riparian Biota Associations and Multiple-Species Conservation
- Riparian Disturbance Factors

Policy and Programs in Riparian and Floodplain Management
- Bioregional Planning and Partnership Efforts
- Environmental Ethics, Outreach, and Education
- New Policy Ideas for the Future

Abstracts for papers or posters are due by November 17, 2000, and should be
in Word or Word Perfect, 10 point Times New Roman font. Submissions should
include title, author(s), affiliation(s), address(es), and an abstract of
300 words or less. They can be sent as an email attachment to one of the
addresses below. Manuscript instructions will be provided after receipt of
the abstract. Final manuscripts for publication in the Conference
Proceedings will be required before the conference.

Submit abstracts to:

Diana Craig

USDA Forest Service
(707) 562-8930
dcraig01 at fs.fed.us


Lyann Comrack
California Department Fish and Game
(858) 467-4208
lcomrack at dfg.ca.gov
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