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NJ-AWRA Annual Luncheon and Seminar

  • 06 Dec 2019
  • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Duke Farms, 1112 Dukes Pkwy West
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NJ-AWRA Annual Luncheon and Seminar

Letting Science and Engineering Drive Water Resource Management

Presented by Steven J. Tambini, PE, DRBC Executive Director


Duke Farms

1112 Dukes Parkway West

Hillsborough, New Jersey 08844

12:00 pm - 12:30 pm - Welcome & Luncheon

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm - NJ-AWRA Chapter Announcements

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm - Presentation followed by discussion

  • Member Registration: Free (don't forget to renew for 2019!)
  • Non-member Registration: $15

This talk qualifies for 1 NJ PE self reporting credit.


Executive Director Steve Tambini will describe how the Delaware River Basin Commission is using sophisticated hydrodynamic and water quality modeling tools to drive water resource management. Two significant efforts will be highlighted:

1. evaluation of impacts of climate changes on salt front and salinity gradients in the estuary; and

2. the degree to which dissolved oxygen conditions can be improved within the tidal system, and the highest attainable fishery uses that can thereby be supported.


Steve Tambini is the fourth executive director of the Delaware River Basin Commission. As Executive Director, Mr. Tambini develops and implements plans, policies, and projects adopted by the five-member commission relating to the water resources of the Delaware River Basin. He has over 30 years of experience in water supply engineering and water resource planning, management, and operations to the DRBC. Over his career, Mr. Tambini has held various leadership posts and contributed to several water-related organizations, including the American Water Works Association, the National Association of Water Companies, and the Water Resources Association of the Delaware River Basin. He is currently a member of the American Water Resources Association and the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, and serves on the board of directors for the Rancocas Conservancy.

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