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  Tuesday, February 25, 2020
7:30am-5:30pm Symposium Registration Open
7:30am-8:30am Early Morning Refreshments
Poster Presenters & Sponsors Move-In Displays
8:30am-10:00am
Opening Plenary Session
Dr. Wendy Graham, Director, University of Florida Water Institute
Welcome and Announcements
W. Kent Fuchs, University of Florida President
Welcome Address
Keynote: Bryan Brooks,
Director, Environmental Health Science Program at Baylor University
Editor-in-Chief, Environmental Management
10:00am-10:30am Morning Refreshment Break
  Concurrent Sessions — 10:30am - 12:00pm
Sesssion & Moderator            
Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Session 5 Session 6
Processes and Drivers of Physical and Ecological Change in the Floridan Aquifer and its Springs Dams in the Amazon: Social-environmental Change in the World’s Largest Watershed Advances in Hydrologic Modeling to Evaluate Sustainability of Natural Water Systems and Water Supply The Future of Florida’s Urban Landscapes: Urban Landscape Design, Infrastructure, and Policy Strategies to Protect and Preserve Water Resources. Role of Wetlands in Nutrient Reduction and Retention Public Engagement, Education and Outreach
Nathan Reaver
University of Florida
David Kaplan
University of Florida
Jeffrey Geurink
Tampa Bay Water
Lisa Krimsky
University of Florida
Mark Brenner
University of Florida
Bruce MacFadden
Thomas Earth Systems Institute
  Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction
  Andy Canion
SJRWMD

Using Multiple Tracers to Determine Wastewater Contributions to Groundwater in Springs Contributing Areas
Trey Crouch
University of Florida

Quantifying the Cumulative Effects of Climate Change, Upstream Development, and Large Dams on Hydrology and Sediment Flux in the Madeira River, the Amazon’s Largest Tributary
Patrick Tara
INTERA

Sustainability Concerns for Florida Natural Water Systems and Water Supply Motivates Application of Advanced Modeling Technologies
Basil Iannone
University of Florida

Stormwater Pond Plantings as a Strategy for Improving Water Quality
Russel Frydenborg
Frydenborg Ecologic

Sweetwater Branch/Paynes Prairie Restoration Project, Part 1: Stream Assessment and Water Quality Modeling
Andrea Albertin
University of Florida

‘After the Flush’ Septic System Homeowner Education Program
Matthew Cohen
University of Florida

A General Hypothesis for Ecological Change in Florida's Springs
May Lehmensiek
University of Florida

The Dams and the Fishers- Occupational Change in Resource Dependent Communities
Tom Jobes
SJRWMD

Integrated Modeling for Environmental Evaluation Using ICPR Version 4
Michelle Atkinson
University of Florida

Planting Stormwater Ponds: Determining the Best Management Practices for Ornamental Plants in Buffer Zone Areas
Rick Hutton
Gainesville Regional Utilities

Sweetwater Wetlands Project, Part 2: Design, Construction, And Operation
Lee Hayes Byron
UF/IFAS Extension Sarasota County

Water Quality Summit: From Zero to 600 in 3 Months
James Jawitz
University of Florida

Dissaggregating Landscape-Scale Nitrogen Attenuation
Roberta Mendonça De Carvalho
University of Florida

Hydropower Dams and Urbanization in the Brazilian Amazon – a Regional Analysis
Ron Basso
Southwest Florida Water Management District

Recent Improvements in Estimating Recharge for Large Regional Groundwater Flow Models in Florida
Mary Lusk
University of Florida Gulf Coast

Expanding the Use of Reclaimed Water in Florida's Urban Landscapes: Implications for Water Supply and Water Quality
Lauren Griffths
University of South Florida

Nutrient Retention via Vegetative Uptake and Sedimentation in Created Wetlands in Subtropical Florida
Justina Dacey
University of Florida

Engaging Communities Using a Demonstration Living Shoreline
Sean King
Wood

Are Changes in Ecological Driver Inhibiting Submerged Aquatic Vegatation Restoration in Florida Spring Systems?
Alexandra Sabo
University of Florida

Assessing Green Governance in Practice: Conflict and Contradiction in Sustainable Hydropower Development in the Amazon
Jeffrey Geurink
Tampa Bay Water

Water Management Benefits of Fully Integrated Hydrologic Models
Michael Dukes
UF/IFAS Center for Land Use Efficiency

Technologies and Techniques Increase Landscape Irrigation Efficiency and Conserve Water
Bingbing Jang
University of South Florida

Estimating Importance of Hydrologic Conditions on Nutrient Retention by Wetlaculture Mesocosm Systems in the former Great Black Swamp
Bruce MacFadden
University of Florida

Scientist in Every Florida School: Engaging the Next Generation in Water Education
Robert Mattson
SJRWMD

Ecological Changes in Florida Springs over the Past Six Decades: Evaluation of the Evidence
Christine Swanson
University of Florida

Effects of Dams on Riparian Vegetation in the Amazon: Cumulative Impacts and Linkages to Hydrology
Renee Murch
INTERA

A Comprehensive Assessment of Changes to Flows and Levels Resulting from Reclaimed Water Aquifer Recharge Using an Integrated Model
Jovana Radovanovic
University of Florida

Evaluation of Water Use, Quantity, and Quality Effects of Amending Compacted Residential Soils with Compost
William Mitsch
Florida Gulf Coast University

Sustainably Solving Legacy Nutrients in Landscapes with Wetlands and Wetlaculture
Yilin Zhuang
University of Florida

Enhancing Private Well Water Safety Through Extension Outreach
12:00-1:30pm Buffet Lunch
  Concurrent Sessions — 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Sesssion & Moderator            
Session 7 Session 8 Session 9 Session 10 Session 11 Session 12
Aquifer and Spring Systems Impacts of Climate Change and Climate Variability on Water Resources Water Resource Planning and Management Urban Water Management 1 UF’s iCoast Initiative: Advancing Multi-scale Sensing Systems for Coastal Environmental Health Promoting BMP Adoption Through Education and Incentive Programs
Nathan Reaver
University of Florida
Tom Bianchi
University of Florida
Tatiana Borisova
University of Florida
Mary Lusk
University of Florida Gulf Coast
David Kaplan
University of Florida
Kati Migliaccio
University of Florida
  Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction
  Laura Bedinger
Water & Air Research, Inc.

Quantifying Macroalgae, Submerged Aquatic Vegetation, and Flow in Four Florida Spring-Fed Rivers
Beck Frydenborg
Frydenborg Ecologic, LLC

Adapting Assessment Tools and Water Quality Criteria for a Changing Climate
Tatiana Borisova
University of Florida

How Much Would It Cost to Meet Florida’s Future Water Demand? Analysis of Proposed Project Options
Kayla Hess
University of Florida

Are Detention Ponds Protecting Urban Depressional Wetlands?
David Kaplan
University of Florida

iCOAST: A 21st Century Coastal Monitoring Network and Forecasting System
Damian Adams
University of Florida

Agricultural Producers’ Willingness to Accept Payments for Improving Water Resources in the Florida Aquifer
Rick Copeland
State of Florida

Regional, Passive Saline Encroachment in The Floridan Aquifer System (1991-2011)
Steve Leitman
Florida State University

Climate vs Control: Is Flow in the Lower ACF Basin Controlled by Climate Variation of Human Decisions?
Mike Britt
City of Winter Haven

City of Winter Haven One Water Master Plan
Steven Hohman
University of Florida

Quantifying Mechanisms Driving Nutrient Dynamics in Stormwater Ponds Across an Age Gradient
Peter Ifju
University of Florida

Integrating Sensors with Drones for Water Quality Surveys
Charles Barrett
UF/IFAS Extension

Improving Irrigation Decision Making Using Soil Moisture Sensors
Rob De Rooij
University of Florida

A Particle-Tracking Approach to Analyze the Age and Source Components During Transient Stream Flow Conditions
Tom Mirti
Suwannee River Water Management

A 500-Year Reconstruction of Mean Groundwater Elevations in North Central Florida
Terri Holcomb
Peace River Manasota RWSA

Rotational Supply Management Provides a Bonus – Low Cost Safe Yield Increase
Megan Long
Wood E&IS

From Urban Canal to Natural Stream: Utilizing Stream Restoration Concepts to Improve Water Quality, Habitat, and Resilience
Todd Osborne
University of Florida

iCoast: Smart Indicators of Anthropogenic Contamination
Katherine English
Pavese Law Firm

Public Perception of Agriculture in the Context of Best Management Practices and Harmful Algal Blooms
Nathan Reaver
University of Florida

Deducing Dominant Drivers of Discharge Dynamics: Simultaneously Testing Multiple Causal Hypotheses of Changes in Spring Flow
Randall Parkinson
RWParkinson Consulting, Inc.

Adaptation Actions to Reduce Impairment of Indian River Lagoon Water Quality Caused by Climate Change
Richard Marella
U.S. Geological Survey

USGS National and Local Programs in Water Availability and Use Research
Krista Stump
UF/IFAS Extension Osceola County

Low Impact Development Symposium Targets County Planners to Address Implementation Barriers and Improve Water Quality
Luming Shi
University of Florida

iCoast-Forecast: Coastal Hazard Forecast System
Tina McIntyre
UF/IFAS Extension Seminole County

Managing Nutrients in The Wekiva Springs Watershed: Provoking Behavior Change in Residential Fertilizer Users
Patricia Spellman
University of South Florida

The Importance of Process Representation for Simulating Coupled Surface-Groundwater Flow in Karst Watersheds: A Comparison of Swat, Swat-Modflow and Disco
Ziwen Yu
University of Florida

A New Understanding of the Relationship Between Precipitation and Temperature via Pressure Change Events and its Trend in Climate Change
David Pyne
ASR Systems LLC

Aquifer Storage Recovery: Efficient and Cost-Effective Applications to Achieve Florida's Water Management Goals
Abbey Tyrna
UF/IFAS Extension Sarasota County

Establishing the Condition Of Florida Stormwater Ponds Using a Rapid Habitat Assessment
Christine Angelini
University of Florida

Using Marine Animals, Video Streams and Sewage Spill Alerts to Identify Threats to Coastal Human and Environmental Health
Tatiana Sanchez
UF/IFAS Extension Alachua County

Using Extension to Increase Adoption of Water-Saving Technologies on Farms
3:00pm-3:30pm Afternoon Refreshment Break
  Concurrent Sessions — 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Sesssion & Moderator            
Session 13 Session 14 Session 15 Session 16 Session 17 Session 18
Emerging Issues in Everglades Restoration Impacts of Climate Change and Climate Variability on Aquatic Ecosystems Challenges and Solutions to Water Resource Sustainability Urban Water Management 2 Sources, Impacts and Management of Water Quality Degradation Stakeholder Engagement in Water Issues
Mark Brenner
University of Florida
Tom Bianchi
University of Florida
Amy Mangan
Duke Energy
Mary Lusk
University of Florida Gulf Coast
Joseph Delfino
University of Florida
Wendy-Lin Bartels
University of Florida
  Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction
  Mark Rains
University of South Florida

Visioning the Future: Scenarios Modeling of the Florida Coastal Everglades
Micheal Allen
University of Florida

Northward Expansion of Common Snook in The Gulf Of Mexico with Future Research Needs
Ernie Cox
Family Lands Remembered LLC

Innovative Water Resources Projects Through Alternative Delivery Methods
Bernardo Cardenas
University of Florida

Irrigation Conservation Program Evaluation in Orange County, Florida
Masanori Fujimoto
University of Florida

Microbe Mediated Biogeochemical Cycles in A Coupled Forest and Aquatic System
Simone Athayde
University of Florida

Bridging the Science-Knowledge-Policy Gap to Address Cumulative Impacts of Small Hydropower Plants in The Brazilian Amazon
Hilary Flower
Eckerd College

Shifting Ground: Landscape-Scale Modeling of Biogeochemical Processes Under Climate Change in The Florida Everglades
Charles Martin
University of Florida

Evidence and Effects of Climate Change in Florida’s Nature Coast
Jennison Kipp Searcy
UF/IFAS Program for Resource Efficient Communities

Conserving and Protecting Florida's One Water: Private, Public, and University Perspectives and Pathways
Matthew Deitch
UF/IFAS West Florida Research and Education Center

Can Residential Rainwater Harvesting Reduce Flooding in Florida?
Yusuf Jameel
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Pervasiveness and Geographical Differences of Frequently Studied Pharmaceuticals in Asian, European and North American Rivers
Wendy-Lin Bartels
University of Florida

Managing Stakeholder Engagement Through Iterative Process Design and Facilitation: A Unique Role for Social Learning Research
Yogesh Khare
Everglades Foundation

Lake Okeechobee Nutrient Mass Balance and Trends: A 45-Year Analysis
Adam Siders
University of Florida

Abiotic and Biotic Controls on Aquatic Insect Emergence from Prairie Stream Refugia During Drought Conditions in a Tallgrass Prairie Stream
Carole Estes
Southwest Florida Water Management

15 Years of Water Conservation: Farms, a Public/Private Partnership Agricultural Cost Share Program
Stacie Greco
Alachua County

Alachua County’s Turf Swap Landscaping Retrofit Program
Cathleen Jonas
HSW Engineering, Inc.

Development of an Aquifer Vulnerability Assessment Methodology for Source Water Protection
Tatiana Borisova
University of Florida

Challenges and Opportunities for Water Resource Protection in The Suwannee River Basins: Results from Stakeholder Discussions
Rajendra Paudel
Everglades Foundation

Evaluating Potential Impacts of Future Climate Projections on Everglades Hydrology
Mohsen Tootoonchi
University of Florida

Assessment of Salt Tolerance Threshold for Wetland Plants
Steven Noll
University of Florida

Water, A Common Enemy: Florida & Water in Historical Perspective
Maria Morera
University of Florida

Irrigation Water Use Patterns in Florida-Friendly Landscapes
Jeffrey King
Applied Technology & Management

Vertical Transport of Secondarily Treated Wastewater from the Boulder Zone of the Floridan Aquifer System to an Underground Source of Drinking Water in Southeastern Florida: Simulation of Preferential Transport Through Karst Collapse Structures
James Harper
Feed the Furture Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems

Overcoming Climate Change Denial and Engaging Recreational Ocean Users and Seafood Consumers in Reef Conservation
Satbyeol Shin
University of Florida

Climate Change Impacts on Natural and Managed Wetland Watersheds in The Western Everglades
Julie Walker
University of Florida

Effects of Changing Vegetation Composition on Community Structure, Ecosystem Functioning, and Predator-Prey Interactions at the Saltmarsh-Mangrove Ecotone
Laura Warner and Caleb Reed
University of Florida

Selecting Behaviors for Your Water Outreach Program: A Case Study from Volusia County, FL
Alexander Reisinger
UF/IFAS

Irrigation Water Use Patterns in Florida-Friendly Landscapes
Edward Sherwood
Tampa Bay Estuary Program

Assessing the Cumulative Effects of Restoration Activities on Improving Water Quality in Tampa Bay, Florida
Jay Madigan
Lake Cane Restoration Society

Swimmer-Scientists Saving Florida Fresh Water Lakes One Swim at a Time
5:30pm-7:30pm Poster Session and Reception
with Student Poster Competition and Judging
  Wednesday, February 26, 2020
7:30am-5:00pm Symposium Registration
7:30am-8:30am Early Morning Refreshments
9:00am-10:00am
Plenary Session
Dr. Jack Payne, Senior Vice President for Agriculture and Natural Resources,
UF/IFAS, Gainesville, FL
Welcome and Introduction
Keynote: Dr. Hans Paerl
Distinguished Kenan Professor of Marine and Environmental Sciences,
UNC-Chapel Hill Institute of Marine Sciences
10:00am-10:30am Morning Refreshment Break
  Concurrent Sessions — 10:30am - 12:00pm
Sesssion & Moderator            
Session 19 Session 20 Session 21 Session 22 Session 23 Session 24
Harmful Algae Blooms (HABs) in Springs Lakes and Coastal Waters 1 Best Practices in Climate Adaptation: Case Studies from Florida's Water Utilities Applications of Remote Sensing in Water Quality, Quantity, and Ecology Agricultural Water and Nutrient Management Inducing resilience for water-subsidized systems Legacy Phosphorus in the Northern Everglades
Nancy Denslow
University of Florida
Carolina Maran
Broward County
Jasmeet Judge
University of Florida
Davie Kadyampakeni
University of Florida
Thomas Ankersen
University of Florida
Benita Whalen
SFWMD
  Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction
  Christopher Cuevas
University of Florida

Public Perceptions of Harmful Algal Blooms in Florida
Tirusew Asefa
Tampa Bay Water

Best Practices in Climate Adaptation: The Water Utilities Climate Alliance Example
Trista Brophy
University of Florida

Geospatial Analysis of Stormwater Ponds and Water Quality Across the State Of Florida
Adelbert Del Bottcher
SWET, Inc.

Nitrate Mitigation Systems for Springs Protection
Marco Pazmiño-Hernandez
University of Florida

Water Level Variability Control of Invasive Plant Cover and Water Bird Populations in Palo Verde, Costa Rica: Implications for Wetland Restoration
Session Description:
Legacy phosphorus (P), the accumulation of P in soils and lake sediments from past management practices, can continue to impact water quality over decades, which can make restoration benefits difficult to quantify and reduce confidence in restoration results. This panel discusses challenges and opportunities of legacy P management in conservation and restoration programs in the Northern Everglades.
Robert Currier
Texas A&M University

Forecasting Brevetoxin Respiratory Irritation
Carolina Maran
Broward County

Future Extreme Rainfall Projections in Broward County
Katie Glodzik
University of Florida

Mapping Floating Wetland Coverage in Everglades Stormwater Treatment Areas Using Drone Imagery
Sagarika Rath
University of Florida

Impact of Land Use Change and Different Management Practices on Nitrate Loading to Groundwater in Santa Fe River Basin
Caroline Huguenin
University of Florida

Guanacaste: A Region of Meteorological Extremes
Ruth Francis-Floyd
University of Florida

Harmful Algal Blooms and Florida Wildlife: A Brief Review
Christopher Martinez
University of Florida

Using Seasonal Climate Forecasts to Improve Source-Allocation Decisions by Member Utilities of the Florida Water and Climate Alliance
Gretchen Stokes
University of Florida

Applications of Hyperspectral Drone Imagery for Rapid Aquatic Habitat Assessments
Sanjay Shukla
University of Florida

Recycling of Nutrients Using Stormwater Detention Systems
Stefano Barchiesi
University of Florida

Water Level Variability Control of Invasive Plant Cover and Water Bird Populations in Palo Verde, Costa Rica: Implications for Wetland Restoration
Dail Laughinghouse
University of Florida

Trophic State, Watershed Use, and Blooms of Cyanobacteria - A Chilean Example
Vasu Misra
Florida State University

A Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Downscaled Climate Projection for the Peninsular Florida Region
Richard Stumpf
NOAA

Use of Satellite to Identify and Quantify Blue-Greens and “Red Tide”
Matthow Varonka
U.S. Geological Survey

Sulfate Mitigation Strategies for The Everglades
Oswaldo Medina-Ramirez
University of Florida

Understanding the Rain-Makers: Water Management in The Tempisque-Bebedero Watershed, Costa Rica
Glenn Morris
UF Emerging Pathogens Institute

Exploring the Relationship between Cyanobacterial Toxins and Human Diseases in Florida
Kevin Morris
Peace River Manasota RWSA

Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) System Recovery Initiation Index
Elliott White
University of Florida

Identifying the Effects of Chronic Saltwater Intrusion on Coastal Floodplain Swamps Using Remote Sensing
Maria Isabel Zamora Re
University of Florida

Irrigation and N Fertility Rates Strategies to Potentially Reduce N Leaching from Agricultural Fields in Northern Florida Regions
Kathleen Vazquez
University of Florida

Toward a Dynamical, Transdisciplinary Model of a Water-Subsidized System
12:00pm-1:00pm Boxed Lunch
  Concurrent Sessions — 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Sesssion & Moderator            
Session 25 Session 26 Session 27 Session 28 Session 29 Session 30
Harmful Algae Blooms (HABs) in Springs Lakes and Coastal Waters 2 Climate Change and Coastal Resilience Regional Water Issues and Solutions Water and Climate Challenges for Agricultural Production Phosphorus on Florida’s Landscape Water Workforce Careers and Networking
Dail Laughinghouse
University of Florida
Kevin Morris
Peace River Manasota RWSA
Rick Hutton
Gainesville Regional Utilities
Davie Kadyampakeni
University of Florida
Dean Dobberfuhl
SJRWMD
Kati Migliaccio
University of Florida
  Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction
  Paul Jones
South Florida Water Management District

Estimating Abundance of Legacy Nutrients and Dormant Cyanobacteria in Lake Okeechobee Sediments
Michael Cullum
City of St. Augustine

Resiliency and Adaptation in the Nation’s Oldest City
Nathan Holt
Drummond Carpenter, PLLC

Groundwater Sustainability Modeling in the Cambrian-Ordovician Aquifer
Aavudai Anandhi
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University

VISTA and CISTA Frameworks for Vulnerability Assessments in Food-Water Nexus
Todd Williams
Jacobs

Phosphorous Recovery from Wastewater: Current Practices and Future Opportunities
Session Description:
The goal of this session is to introduce students to different professional water careers, to provide them information on the skills and experience employers prefer, and to give them the opportunity to network with leading water professionals. The session will consist of a panel discussion of water professionals and follow with a networking period between students and water professionals.
David Tomasko
Environmental Science Associates

Responding to Cyanobacteria Blooms in Florida Lakes: Results from Three Apparent Success Stories
Brett Cunningham
Jones Edmunds

Coastal Resiliency Planning
Ying Ouyang
USDA Forest Service

Afforestation and its Impacts on Groundwater Resource Availability in a Mississippi Watershed
E. Vanessa Campoverde
UF/IFAS

Initial Assessment of How Saltwater Intrusion Can Affect Horticulture Industry
Erich Marzolf
St. Johns River Management District

Use of Reclaimed Water to Offset Fertilizer Application: A Cost-Effective Pollution Prevention Management Practice?
Hidetoshi Urakawa
Florida Gulf Coast University

Hydrogen Peroxide Measurements in Subtropical Freshwater Ecosystems and Their Implications for Cyanobacterial Blooms
Jeremy Decker
U.S. Geological Survey

Evaluation of Drainage Infrastructure Capacity Under Projected Sea Level and Climate Conditions, Broward County, Florida
Ryan Popko
JEA

Potable Reuse Pilot Testing Results: UF/RO/AOP Vs. Ozone/BAF/AOP
Davie Kadyampakeni
University of Florida

Assessing Citrus Crop Coefficients for Optimizing Water Use and Sustaining Environmental Quality
John Hendrickson
St. Johns River Water Management District

Ecological Manifestations of Phosphorus Enrichment in The St. Johns River, Florida
Lisa Krimsky
UF/IFAS

Building Consensus for Florida’s Harmful Algal Blooms
Ivana Kajtezovic
Tampa Bay Water

Climate Change and Coastal Hazards Assessment for Long-Term Master Water Plan Projects
Nicasio Sepulveda
U.S. Geological Survey

Evaluation of Actual Evapotranspiration Rates from the Operational Simplified Surface Energy Balance Method in Florida
Anjali Sharma
Florida A&M University

Temperature Indicators for Developing Adaption Strategies for Crop Production: A Case Study in Florida
Dean Dobberfuhl
St. Johns River Water Management District

Sustainable Phosphorus Management in Florida
Brian Lapointe
Florida Atlantic University

Ecology of Pelagic Sargassum Blooms and Their Emerging Impacts on South Florida’s Coastal Zone
Sangdon So
Applied Technology & Management

Storm Surge Modeling and Sea Level Rise Analysis on a Small Estuarine Tributary, St. Johns County, Florida
John Stamm
U.S. Geological Survey

The National Hydrologic Model and Streamstats Application for Assessing Water Availability, Sustainability, and Extreme Events
Fikadu G. Welidehanna
Agricultural and Biological

Modeling Effects of Climate Change and Variability on Sorghum Yield in Ethiopia
Amanda Rodriguez
University of Florida

Techniques for Assessing Phosphorus Loss from Soils of Varying Textures for Protection Of Water Quality
3:00pm-3:30pm Afternoon Refreshment Break
Poster Presenters and Sponsors Move-Out Displays
3:30pm-5:00pm Poster Session Awards
Closing Plenary
  Symposium Concludes
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