Welcome to the official event schedule and directory for the 10th Annual Salt Lake County Watershed Symposium.  Congratulations to Carl Adams of DWQ. He was nominated by peers, and celebrated with peers, as the 2016 Watershed Steward of the Year!

Powerpoints are available.  Click on a session and scroll down to the attached files. 

Watch the sessions on YouTube

Here’s the compete program


David Kimberly

Westminster College
Assistant Professor
Salt Lake City, UT
Dr. David A. Kimberly is an Assistant Professor of Biology at Westminster College. With a background in environmental toxicology, a central goal of his research is to understand the role anthropogenic (human caused) stressors play in shaping components of natural ecosystems. Specifically, he considers anthropogenic stress in a larger context of stress in general and to examine interactive effects such as predators, climate change, habitat alteration, and contaminants. Three main themes that permeate his current research interests: ecotoxicology of reptiles and amphibians, ecotoxicology of freshwater systems, and evolutionary responses to environmental stressors. Students in his lab study a variety of topics, from the trophic transfer of mercury throughout biota on Antelope Island to the impacts of contamination on aquatic macroinvertebrate communities along the Wasatch front.