Hundreds of environmental educators, managers, and scientists will converge on Cape May’s Grand Hotel for the Delaware Estuary Science & Environmental Summit on Jan. 27-30. Dozens of experts are scheduled to give over 130 presentations. However, talk outside the lecture halls will almost certainly focus on Superstorm Sandy’s impact on the region. The four-day conference will be hosted by the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, one of the only organizations working to restore the tidal Delaware River and Bay in all of its surrounding states. The cost to attend is $120 for students, $320 for nonstudents, or $160 per day. While lodging is not included, prices do cover continental breakfast and lunch each day, as well as dinner on Jan. 28. Overnight accommodations can be reserved by calling the event’s venue, the Grand Hotel, at (800) 257-8550.