Poster Sessions

Watersmart Innovations 2017 Poster Session Schedule

Wednesday, October 4
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Thursday, October 5
4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

Position
Author
Poster Title
Organization
1
Lynn France
A Water Stewardship Plan - A Unified Vision (PDF)
Office of Sustainability City of Chula Vista
2
Andrew Florendo
One Size Doesn't Fit All - A Flexible Strategy for CII Conservation (PDF)
Solano County Water Agency
3
Wesley Schultz
Using Smart Meters to Promote Water Efficiency and Conservation (PDF)
California State University San Marcos
4
Clint Wolfe
Water U Doing? Road Trip (PDF)
Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Dallas
5
Becky Fedak
Engaging Students in Measuring Water & Energy Use (PDF)
Brendle Group
6
Elaina Hurst
Form Building for Streamlined Program Administration and Workflow Manage (PDF)
Moulton Niguel Water District
7
Samantha Baker
Reinvigorating the Public in an Established Water Conservation Program (PDF)
Broward County, FL
8
Katie Masucci
North Texas City Joins Rachio for Residential Irrigation Pilot Study (PDF)
City of Plano,TX
9
Maena Angelotti
Partners In Conservation: Naturescape Broward School Partnership (PDF)
Broward County, FL
10
Erin Morales
Parkway Rebates- A Simple, Cost Effective Approach to Cash for Grass (PDF)
Cucamonga Valley Water District
11
Meghan Bock
A Smart Approach to Smart Controllers – Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDF)
AIQUEOUS
12
Meghan Bock
Scaling Water Conservation through Workflow Automation (PDF)
AIQUEOUS
13
Kunihisa Takahashi
Smart Distribution Network Management in Japan (PDF)
Japan Water Research Center
14
William Granger
AMI Leak Notifications: How Low Will You Go? (PDF)
City of Sacramento, Department of Utilities
15
Joe Berg
MWDOC Water Loss Control Partnership: New Model for Regional Efficiency (PDF)
Municipal Water District of Orange County
16
Clay Clifton
Leading By Example-Meeting Reduction Targets with in-House Efficiency (PDF)
Sweetwater Authority
17
Modou Sowe
Mitigation of Seawater Intrusion Through the Pumping of Brakish Water
TBD
18
Gail Donaldson
Sprinkler Math (PDF)
City of Allen, TX
19
Gary Woodard
Swimming Pool Removals: Trends, Water Savings, Removal Costs, Consumer Benefits (PDF)
Montgomery & Associates
20
Gary Woodard
Technology-Driven Reductions in CII Water Demand; Polymer Bead Washers (PDF)
Montgomery & Associates
21
Sanghyuk Park
A Study on Leak Location Detection with Characterization of Leak Signals Using Accelerometer in Wate (PDF)
NA
22
Robb Barnitt
Hello Homeowner, Meet Your Utility
Dropcountr
23
Juan Carlos Garcia
Landscape Water Budgeting: Weekly Meter Reads & Real Time ET Data (PDF)
Irvine Ranch Water District
24
Neeta Bijoor
An Evaluation of California Rebate Programs (PDF)
Santa Clara Valley Water District
25
Carrie Pollard
QWEL: New and Improved (PDF)
Sonoma County Water Agency
26
Jana Vierola
Sustainable Landscapes Program (PDF)
San Diego County Water Authority
27
Gary Klinefelter
Helping Consumers Save Water with a Mobile App: Data Driven Conservation (PDF)
Irrigreen
28
Candice Rupprecht
Tapping into Commercial Savings with the Tucson Audit Program (PDF)
Tucson Water
29
Audrey Ernstberger
How Resilient and Just is Your Water Plan; The Resilience Justice Policy Assessment Tool (PDF)
University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
30
Elia Villasenor
The Desert Flow Methodology Guidebook, a Tool for Determining Environmental Water Needs of Riparian  (PDF)
University of Arizona- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
31
Guta Abeshu
Water Availability Influence on Vegetation Productivity Along Eco-regions at Catchment Scale (PDF)
Montana State University- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
32
Refat Amin
Investigating the Role of Drought and Water Conservation Efforts on the Reuse of Treated Municipal W (PDF)
University of California Riverside- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
33
Shannon Speir
Real-time Nitrate Data Provides Insight Into Management of Nitrate Export During Storms in Agricultu (PDF)
University of Notre Dame- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
34
Jessica Baker
Improving Hydraulic Disinfection Efficiency in Small Systems: A South African Case Study (PDF)
Colorado State University- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
35
Elahe Tajfar
Variational Assimilation of Land Surface Temperature, Specific Humidity and Air Temperature and the  (PDF)
University of Hawaii at Manoa- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
36
Jordan Shields
Integrating the Vadose Zone into Nitrate Contamination of Groundwater (PDF)
University of Nebraska- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
37
Grant West
Evaluating DSWE for Use in Tracking Adoption of Irrigation Infrastructure (PDF)
University of Arkansas- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
38
Justin Gibson
Using Observed Subfield Soil Moisture Patterns to Map Soil Properties (PDF)
University of Nebraska- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
39
Nour Atallah
Water Demand Disaggregation for Non-Residential Users Using Smart Meter  (PDF)
Utah State University- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
40
Rachel Owens
Temporal Implications of the Dairy Industry on the Texas High Plains (PDF)
West Texas A&M University- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
41
Matt Trentman
The Impact of Cover Crops on the Export of Phosphorus from Tile Drains (PDF)
University of Notre Dame- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient

Poster Sessions subject to change without notice.

WaterSmart Innovations 2017 Poster Session Guidelines

A poster session combines text and graphics to present information visually. Your poster should be configured in such a way as to quickly and efficiently communicate your subject matter. A poster session also allows the viewer to study your information at their own pace and discuss it with you one on one.

Please use the following guidelines:

  1. Poster size must not exceed 30" X 40". Poster can be displayed in either configuration (Portrait or Landscape).
  2. Please send your poster in PDF form. WSI staff will print, affix to a biodegradable foam-core board (30" X 40"), and setup your poster in an assigned position.
  3. Poster should be readable from a 3-5 foot distance. Please use appropriate fonts and line weights.
  4. Posters must be non-commercial in their content.
  5. Poster must contain your contact information.
  6. The viewer should be able to extract the main ideas of your work from the poster during the time it is unattended.
    1. Arrange information logically - top to bottom or right to left.
    2. Number items or use arrows to indicate order of viewing.
    3. Block and subtitle each part of your poster.
  7. A PDF version of your poster will be posted for access/download on the conference website.


Important Dates and Times to remember:

Wednesday, October 4, 2017 from 11:00 am - Noon and Thursday, October 5 from 4:45 - 5:45 pm: Authors must be physically present at displays.

Thursday, October 5 at 6:30 pm: Posters removed, Abandoned items will be recycled.

The Poster session is by invitation only. If you are interested in being a poster author but did not receive an invitation please contact Patrick Watson at patrick.watson@snwa.com

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The 10th annual WaterSmart Innovations Conference and Exposition, Oct. 4-6, 2017, in Las Vegas, is a premier venue to showcase new water-efficiency technology; build and strengthen effective, interdisciplinary relationships; and establish your company as an international leader in innovative water efficiency technology and services.


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