Poster Session

2020 Poster Session

The goal of the poster session is to feature education, biology, hydrology, chemistry, geology, ecology, archaeology, historical, economic and/or planning issues pertinent to Great Salt Lake and its management. 

For examples, click here to access the 2018 Poster Session abstracts. 

Poster Presentation Requirements

Poster dimensions should not exceed 3’ 9” x 3’ 9”. Size requirements must be strictly adhered to so they fit within the space assigned to them. If your poster exceeds these specifications, it may be subject to removal. Pins and display boards will be provided.

The posters will be displayed from Wednesday, May 6th at 10 am and removed by Friday, May 8th by 3:00 pm. Presenters are asked to stand by their posters Thursday, May 7th from 5 – 6 pm during the Poster Session Reception to answer questions and discuss their work with other attendees. Poster session proposals are due Friday, April 17th. If you have questions, and to submit your abstract, please contact Erin Kendall at erinkendall@weber.edu

 

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Gary Crandall, Tundra Swans

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Why We Care

  • Years ago the Great Salt Lake was a entertainment destination for the people of Salt Lake City. One of my ancestors had a vacation home near Black Rock, where he would take his family to escape the heat and cares of the city. That was a long time ago and a lot has changed since then. For many reasons the lake is not as popular as it once was. But it has been a source of peace, contemplation, and inspiration to me. I reflect on photos I have seen of the grand days of Saltair and the love of floating in the lake. I have done this myself on numerous occasions. I love the sensation of effortlessly floating. And we can escape the cares of the world.

    Clinton Whiting, Alfred Lambourne Prize Participant