Critical Issues: Register today for the AGI Forum on Groundwater Issues!

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AGI Forum 2016 Groundwater Issues
Register today for the 2016 Critical Issues Forum on Addressing Changes in Regional Groundwater Resources: Lessons from the High Plains Aquifer, which will be held October 27-28, 2016 in Golden, Colorado. Members of AGI member organizations receive a discount on full priced registration. Book your accommodations by September 30 and register by October 15 for lower rates.  
Multiple aspects of groundwater use, depletion, and management in High Plains Aquifer states (Kansas, Nebraska, Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Colorado, South Dakota, and Wyoming) will be covered by experts from the geoscience, economics, and policy sectors. The meeting includes abundant time for participant discussion and break-out sessions to identify lessons learned and best practices from the High Plains Aquifer experience.
The Forum is organized by the American Geosciences Institute and will be hosted by the Payne Institute for Earth Resources at the Colorado School of Mines campus in Golden, Colorado. The meeting is sponsored by the National Ground Water Association, American Institute for Professional Geologists, Geological Society of America, and National Association of State Boards of Geology.
More information is available on our website, A group rate for hotel accommodations at the Table Mountain Inn in Golden is available until September 30th, so register today! You can sign up for the Forum mailing list to hear about the latest updates here.
AGI Critical Issues Forums bring together leading experts from academia, government, industry, and other groups to discuss topics at the intersection of Earth science and public policy. The Forums highlight the essential role that geoscience information plays in policy decisions at all levels from the global to the local. These events, started in 2014, showcase the societal relevance of the geosciences to a broad audience while also providing opportunities for dialog and networking between geoscientists and decision makers at all levels.
We hope that you will join us October 27 and 28 for the Critical Issues Forum! Please contact Cassaundra Rose ( with any questions.