The University of New Hampshire’s Department of Geography will host the annual New England-St. Lawrence Valley Geographical Society (NESTVAL) conference on the Durham campus on October 24 and 25, 2014. The 2014 conference, “Water in a Changing World,” will focus on the importance of coastal and inland water resources on the region’s settlement, development, and future.
The two-day event features a keynote address by UNH Professor of History Jeffrey Bolster who will speak on the human impacts on the Piscataqua Estuary and Gulf of Maine. Students from regional universities, including UNH geography students, will participate in a competitive Geography Bowl. Faculty from UNH and other institutions across New England will present papers on their research.
Registration is required. Please see the event webpage for more information.
The New England-St. Lawrence Valley Geographical Society is a regional division of the Association of American Geographers. The Society contributes to the advancement of geography by holding a fall annual conference, publishing a peer-review professional journal, The Northeastern Geographer, and recognizing and supporting geography professionals and students through awards and annual activities.