CaribDA calls for 2014 conference papers
09 Sep 13 by desalination
The Caribbean Desalination Association (CaribDA) has issued a call for papers for its Biennial Conference & Exposition in June 2014.
A three-day program of technical presentation and posters will be held on 24‑27 June 2014 at Frenchman’s Reef & Morningstar Marriott Beach Resort, St Thomas, US Virgin Islands.
Abstracts have been invited on the subjects of desalination, wastewater reuse and related topics (Technology & Innovations, Planning & Management, Finance & Economics, Regulations and the Environment, Seawater Reverse Osmosis Applications, Desalination using Green Energy, Thermal Desalination).
The deadline for submission of abstracts is 1 November 2013 and all papers will be due on 17 March 2014.
Details are available on the CaribDA website.
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