Poster Sessions

Watersmart Innovations 2018 Poster Session Schedule

Wednesday, October 3
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Thursday, October 4
4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

Position
Author
Poster Title
Organization
1
Patrick Costello
Conservation District-Water Agency Partnership for Landscape Education
City of Napa
2
Judith Herschell Cole
Sensileau Sensor Platform
Herschell Environmental, LLC
3
Coy Callison
How Water Managers Can Best Use Visuals to Encourage Compliance
Texas Tech University
4
Rachel Waite
Evaluation of MWDOC'S Spray-to-Drip Conversion Pilot Program
Municipal Water District of Orange County
5
Maureen Erbeznik
Landscape Transformation: Reasons, Rationale, and Water Savings
Maureen Erbeznik and Associates
6
Jonny Seccombe
IAPMO IGC-335 2018 Rapid Scaling Test
Aqua-Rex LLC
7
Glenn Cummins
Innovations in Copy Testing of Water Messaging
Texas Tech University
8
Nashelly Kaplan-Dailey
Budget Friendly Alternatives to AMI - Tech That Won't Break the Bank
Imagine H2O
9
Nashelly Kaplan-Dailey
Innovations in an Opportunity: Assessing Barriers to the Adoption of Tech
Imagine H2O
10
Katie Masucci
From Engagement to Efficiency? Wrapping-Up a Residential Irrigation Pilot Study
City of Plano, Texas
11
Craig Broadbent
Determinants of Water Market Prices in the Western United States
Brigham Young University-Idaho
12
Ruoyu Li
Assessment of Low Impact Development Projects on Urban Flooding
Beijing Forestry University
13
Lisa Morgan Perales
A New Design Program Helping Residents Prepare for Landscape Transformation
Inland Empire Utility Agency
14
Ali Barsamian
Hot WaterSmart: Saving Water and Energy
WaterSmart Software
15
Christopher Charles
It's All About That Base!- Rebating Landscape Maintenance from the Ground Up
City of Austin, Texas
16
Karla Guardado
SMWD SustainaBlue Landscapes Tour
Santa Margarita Water District
17
Jenyffer Vasquez
Recognizing Water Efficient Restaurants in Long Beach
Long Beach Water
18
Christopher Martin
Hygroscopic Cooling Tower for Reduced HVAC Water Consumption
Advanced Thermal Systems
19
Jana Vierola
Sustainable Landscapes Program
San Diego County Water
20
Christine Chavez
Vendor/ Utility Partnerships that Make for a Successful Rebate Program
City of Santa Fe
21
Jack Kiefer
A Typological Examination of Water Demand Forecast Methods
Hazen and Sawyer
22
John Lansden
School Device Retrofit Program
Moulton Niguel Water District
23
John Lansden
Smart Timer Direct Install Program
Moulton Niguel Water District
24
Hossein Dallalzadeh Atoufi
Produced Water Desalination: Reuse and Recycle
UCOWR
25
Melissa James
Water Conservation and Efficiency Incentive Programs along the Front Range
UCOWR
26
Sarah Sayles
Principles and Practices to Guide Successful Water Bank Design
UCOWR
27
Sara Rose Lawler
Managing Water in Multiple Ways at Multiple Scales
UCOWR
28
Micah Russell
Innovative Remote Sensing for Monitoring Seasonal and Ephemeral Water Supplies
UCOWR
29
Hang Duong
A Simple Model of Landscaping Tree Water Use in a Humid Climate
UCOWR
30
Carrie Nuva Joseph
Tribal Water Rights on the Colorado River: Will They be Secure at the End of the Century?
UCOWR
31
Madeleine Matthews
Geochemical Characterization of Ra Sources and Mobility in the Midwestewrn Cambrian-Ordovician Aquif
UCOWR
32
Lee Rouse
Effects of Low Phosphorus on Sweetpotato Root Growth
UCOWR
33
Alma Beciragic
Membrane Technologies: A Double-Edged Sword for Water Treatment?
UCOWR
34
Farhang Forghanparast
Using a SyPSIR Model for Sustainable Management of Water Resources in the Colorado River Municipal W
UCOWR
35
Veronica Warda
Strontium in Private Well Drinking Water in Virginia
UCOWR
36
Megan Patterson
Developing Design Criteria for Low-Pressure Membranes
UCOWR
37
Nancy Gibson
A Watershed Model to Understand Water Balance Dynamics and Support Sewer Utility Resilence at the Ja
UCOWR
38
Christine Georgakakos
Tracing Septic Pollution: DNA Based Nanotracers
UCOWR
39
Margo Gragola
Water Management in Boulder County Facilities: A Data Driven Approach for Water Use Efficiency
UCOWR

Poster Sessions subject to change without notice.

WaterSmart Innovations 2018 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 3, 2018 from 11:00 am - Noon and Thursday, October 4 from 4:45 - 5:45 pm: Authors must be physically present at displays.

Thursday, October 4 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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About the Conference

The 11th annual WaterSmart Innovations Conference and Exposition, Oct. 3-5, 2018, 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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