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Hazardous Algal Blooms (HABs) Are Coming on March 23

JD Solomon will be facilitating the Lightning Talk on "Understanding Changes in North Carolina’s Bay Lakes Over Time: Lake Waccamaw (Columbus County); White Lake and Singletary Lake (Bladen County)." The Lightning Talk will be part of the Water Resources Research Institute (WRRI) Annual Conference on Wednesday, March 23, 2022.

The featured panelists are Diane Lauritsen (Limnosciences), Michael O'Driscoll (ECU), Nathan Hall (UNC), Robert Richardson (NC State), Linda Ehrlich (Spirogyra). Each researcher brings decades of experience on hazardous algal blooms (HABs).

WRRI’s Annual Conference brings together all sectors and all disciplines working in water resources across North Carolina. Attendees include water utilities, students, consultants, academics, nonprofits, state agency staff, among many others, working across diverse fields such as stream restoration, water supply planning, stormwater management, hydrology, community engagement, and many more. The conference features presentations on the latest research and on-the-ground practices and implementation, virtual networking opportunities, and interactive sessions to learn new skills and solve problems.

JD Solomon, Inc provides project development, asset management, and facilitation at the nexus of facilities, infrastructure, and the environment. JD Solomon is an appointed member of North Carolina's environmental rule-making body, the North Carolina Environmental Management Commission (EMC). Solomon served as the Chairman of the EMC from 2016 to 2018 at the pleasure of two governors from different political parties.


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