NADP Fall Meeting and Scientific Symposium

2024 Theme: Protecting the Health of Communities and Ecosystems in a Changing Climate

November 4-8, 2024
Duluth, MN, The Inn on Lake Superior

  • Technical & Science Committee Meetings: November 4-5, 2024
  • Scientific Symposium: November 6-7, 2024
  • Field trip: To be confirmed: November 8, 2024
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About the Meeting

The meeting is intended for scientists, resource managers, educators, students, policymakers, and others interested in atmospheric deposition, air quality, and its effects on aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. NADP data has been used for decades to understand and solve real-world problems impacting people and the planet, including helping to facilitate cleaner water, healthier air quality, more productive fisheries, informed environmental planning, improved air quality and climate forecasting, and responsible environmental stewardship.


In person: $275
Virtual: $135
Optional tour: $60
(If you need to pay for the Field Trip separately, there will be instructions during the registration process for doing so.)
Student In person: $50
Student Virtual: No cost

Registration will open in August.

Hotel Information

The Inn on Lake Superior
350 Canal Park Drive
Duluth, MN 55802
Call and provide the booking ID#.

Tel. +1-218-726-1111
Booking ID#: 11200

Abstract Submission

The deadline for submitting abstracts is August 16, 2024.

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  • COVID-19 Statement

    The health and safety of NADP attendees is our top priority. We will work with the venue to host the safest meeting possible. The current CDC Community Level for St. Louis Co. = Low. We will comply with city, state and federal guidance regarding gatherings and masking, and will expect all attendees to do so as well. We will update this page continuously as we receive updates.


    Agenda at a Glance

    November 4-5, 2024: NADP Business Meetings


    November 6-7, 2024: Scientific Symposium

    • Annual State of the NADP Address
    • Keynote Address
    • Session: Protecting the Great Lakes region and coastal ecosystems from air pollution
    • Session: Measuring emerging and toxic pollutants
    • Session: Characterizing cultural and environmental impacts of air pollution to tribal lands
    • Session: Linking shifts in air quality, atmospheric deposition, and critical loads to climate-driven events
    • Session: Health and environmental changes driven by shifts to cleaner energy
    • Session: New tools to communicate air quality and atmospheric deposition results
    • Session: Sustaining long-term monitoring programs
    • Poster Session

    November 8, 2024: Optional Field Trip

    Student engagement

    NADP welcomes and encourages student attendance! Current undergraduate and graduate students presenting posters or talks will be offered a discounted registration fee and will be eligible for an award for best student presentation. See more information on student engagement and travel support opportunities.

    Virtual Participation

    There will be a virtual option for the Fall Meeting and Scientific Symposium. The Technical and Science committee meetings on Monday and Tuesday will be made available at no charge. Zoom registration links will be posted closer to the date. 


    For questions regarding the Technical & Science Committee Meetings, please contact Michael McHale, Chair, NADP Network Operations Subcommittee.

    For questions about the 2024 Fall Meeting and Scientific Symposium, please contact Melissa Puchalski, Vice-Chair NADP Executive. 

    For other inquiries, please contact David Gay, NADP Coordinator.

    For meeting support, please contact David Gay or Richard Tanabe.