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Long Island-New Jersey (LINJ) Coastal Drainages Study

02/21/97-Meeting Announcements and Agenda

United States Department of the Interior
U. S. Geological Survey
810 Bear Tavern Road, Suite 206
West Trenton, New Jersey 08628

February 21, 1997

Dear liaison committee member,

It has been a while and it's high time we had a liaison meeting to bring everyone up to date on what we did this last year, what we've learned, and what we'd like to do this coming year. The NAWQA meeting will be held in the USEPA Region II conference room in Edison, NJ on April 3, 1997. Enclosed is a preliminary agenda for your information.

Since our last meeting, the team has been very busy collecting and analyzing data. We have some early results to show you. Also, we have been putting together work plans for this coming field season, that too we'd like to share and get your comments. Enclosed are copies of the workplans for both the `core' NAWQA project and the additional `urban comprehensive' work efforts we are planning. The `core' workplan also has a summary of what we've learned so far.

9:00 Check-in and coffee
9:30 Welcome and update on NAWQA activities Mark Ayers
9:45 Early SW/ECO results and plans for FY97 Anne O'Brien and Jon Kennen
11:15 Open group discussion of SW/ECO activities
11:45 Lunch inhouse (hoagies, condiments, and drinks)
12:30 Early GW results and plans for FY97 Paul Stackelberg
1:15 Integrating SW/GW in urban studies Art Baehr
1:45 Open discussion of GW/urban activities
2:30 Set next meeting date and adjourn

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