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The Water Institute presents at a variety of technical and public meetings, workshops, and conferences. To request a specific presentation, contact us by clicking here.

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A Discussion of Alternative Biomass Pathways in Coastal Wetland Ecosystems

posted on 02.20.2013

Ernst Peebles, Author

Ernst Peebles presented at the LSU Student Wetland Society's Symposium on February 15, 2013. The title of his presentation was  "A Discussion of Alternative Biomass Pathways in Coastal Wetland Ecosystems."

The Water Institute of the Gulf: Overview

posted on 01.30.2013

Chip Groat, Author

The Committee of 100 for Economic Development, Inc. (C100) is a private non-profit organization whose membership includes the top CEOs of leading private and public companies in Louisiana and University presidents of Louisiana’s institutions of higher learning. C100 host an annual Washington DC Briefing on just prior to the Washington DC Mardi Gras festivities.  Board Vice Chairman Tom Strickland presented to the committee on January 31, 2013 at the Willard Intercontinental.

3-D Numerical Modeling of the Lake Pontchartrain Basin - Real-time Forecasting

posted on 02.08.2013

Joao Pereira, Author

Joao Pereira of The Water Institute was part of team that presented at the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Conference on January 23, 2013 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  The title of their presentation was “3-D Numerical Modeling of the Lake Pontchartrain Basin - Real-time Forecasting. Application to the 2010 Macondo Blowout Oil Spill.”

To view the abstract, click here.

The Water Institute of the Gulf: Research, Restore, Protect

posted on 01.15.2013

Nick Speyrer, Author

Nick Speyrer presented and served on a panel during a session titled “Living on the Edge: Solutions for our Coast” in which attendees heard about the current threats to Louisiana’s coast, the organizations trying to tackle these issues, and projects planned or underway.

The Water Institute of the Gulf: Research, Restore, Protect

posted on 11.12.2012

Chip Groat, Author

The American Council of Engineering Companies of Louisiana (ACEC/L), and its national federation, exist to assist principals and managers of member firms in developing successful practices.

The Water Institute of the Gulf: Research, Restore, Protect

posted on 11.13.2012

Chip Groat, Author

Chip Groat and Nick Speyrer provided an updated on recent activities and discussed partnership opportunities.

The Water Institute of the Gulf: Research, Restore, Protect

posted on 11.12.2012

Chip Groat, Author

Chip Groat and Denise Reed presented on The Water Institute and provided an overview of research priorities to the Ocean Studies Board. The Ocean Studies Board explores the science, policies, and infrastructure needed to understand, manage, and conserve coastal and marine environments and resources.

The Water Institute of the Gulf: Research, Restore, Protect

posted on 01.17.2013

Chip Groat, Author

Chip Groat provided an overview of The Water Institute during their weekly luncheon meeting. A chartered club of Rotary International, Rotary Club of Baton Rouge is one of the largest of over 30,000 Rotary clubs in the world with over 500 business and professional leaders from the greater Baton Rouge area.

The Water Institute of the Gulf: Research, Restore, Protect

posted on 01.15.2013

Chip Groat, Author

Dr. Groat presented and served on a plenary panel at the American Shore and Beach Preservation Association Conference in San Diego.

The Water Institute of the Gulf: Seeking a Sustainable Approach to Coastal System Challenges

posted on 01.17.2013

Chip Groat, Author

Dr. Groat provided the keynote luncheon address at State of the Coast 2012. More than 850 people attended the conference, making it the largest and most comprehensive forum on the protection and restoration of Louisiana's coast.