Union hosted the third annual conference on the physical aspects of the Mohawk River watershed on Friday, March 18.
The daylong symposium in the F.W. Olin Center featured nearly two dozen presentations on topics including flooding, ecosystem analysis, water quality, and the management and future of the watershed.
U.S. Rep. Paul D. Tonko was the keynote speaker
The conference was organized by John Garver, geology professor and Jaclyn Cockburn, who teaches Earth science and geology at College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine.
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