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Long Island-New Jersey (LINJ) Coastal Drainages Study

03/17/95-Meeting Announcements and Agenda

                      Water Resources Division, NJ District
                         810 Bear Tavern Road, Suite 206
                         West Trenton, New Jersey  08628
                                                           March 17, 1995
Dear liaison committee member,
  The NAWQA liaison meeting planned for April 6 has been changed to April 20 
due to a conflict with the marine and shallow water management meeting which 
will draw a number of you away.  The NAWQA meeting will still be held in the 
USEPA Region II conference room in Edison, NJ.  Enclosed is an agenda and a 
fact sheet on a related USGS program for your information.
  Since our last meeting, we have put together work tasks to analyze some of 
the existing data based on your input from the two previous meetings. We will 
present some early results for the bed sediment analysis and hope to be able 
to say something about biological data analysis.  We will summarize other 
activities, including the stratification plans.  Finally, we will present 
preliminary plans for two groundwater studies for your comment and 
suggestions. For all of these we solicit your candid comment.


        9:00  Check-in and coffee
        9:30  Welcome and update on SW activities	Mark Ayers
        9:50  Analysis of 20 years of bed sediment 
              data at 300 NJ network sites
		Synthetic organics			Paul Stackelberg
		Trace elements				Anne O'Brien
       11:10  Open group discussion, including
              what NAWQA could do for bed sediment 
              and tissue surveys
       11:30  Lunch inhouse (hoagies, condiments, and drinks)
       12:30  Update on groundwater activities		Mark Ayers
       12:50  Preliminary plan for the groundwater
              flowpath and modeling studies		Art Baehr
        1:15  Open discussion of groundwater activities
        2:15  Set next meeting date and adjourn

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