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Assessing Environmental Benefits
Speaker: Dr. Todd Swannack. This presentation will introduce benefits analysis for restoration planning which aims to improve the understanding and application of benefits information with guidance on: (1) conceptualizing environmental systems for benefits analysis for restoration and flood risk management, (2) identifying appropriate metrics for benefits quantification, (3) developing models for projecting system-level changes into the future, and (4) evaluating and interpreting model results from the USACE perspective.
09/01/2021 Swannack, Todd
Brief Overview and Guide to Developing Monitoring and Adaptive Management Plans
Speakers: Dr. Brook Herman, Ms. Darixa Hernandez-Abrams, Mr. Michael Porter, Mr. Brian Zettle, and Mr. Andrew Loschiavo. This webinar will briefly review the fundamentals of monitoring and adaptive management and how this methodology fits within the USACE project life cycles. Additionally, a step by step guide on how to develop a monitoring and adaptive management plan that is appropriate based on varying degrees of project scale, complexity, sensitivity and funding levels will be presented.
08/19/2021 Herman, Brook Hernandez-Abrams, Darixa Porter, Michael Zettle, Brian Loschiavo, Andrew
Review of Research into Ecosystem Goods and Services in USACE Decision-making
Speakers: Dr. Charles Theiling, Dr. Lisa Wainger, and Ms. Elizabeth Murray. This webinar reviews USACE research into EGS assessment, including definitions, classification, and approaches, that culminated with the Proposed Ecosystem Services Analysis Framework for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers published last year. This presentation will also describe ongoing and soon-to-be-published research applying these concepts to assessing ecosystem service benefits, including flood risk mitigation and recreation, that also consider social equity.
08/17/2021 Theiling, Charles Wainger, Lisa Murray, Elizabeth
Monitoring Ecological Restoration with Imagery Tools
Speaker: Dr. Kristofer Lasko. This webinar highlights a limited selection of the Monitoring Ecosystem Restoration with Imagery Tools (MERIT) capabilities for 2 practical applications: 1) processing UAS imagery efficiently in ArcGIS Pro with the nodeODM tools to produce point clouds, digital surface models, and color balanced orthomosaics. This imagery can then be used by the analyst for subsequent land surface monitoring or interpretation; 2) acquiring, processing, and analyzing 2 dates of Sentinel-2 satellite imagery for the purpose of land cover mapping as well as land cover change over time with emphasis on selected land cover types.
06/29/2021 Lasko, Kristofer Models, Monitoring
Model to Assess Species and Habitat Migration due to Climate Change
Speakers: Dr. Jacob Jung & Ms. Christina Saltus. This webinar presents a model to assess species and habitat migration due to climate change. Climate change is a major threat to multiple species and is likely to result in significant changes in habitat composition across the landscape. Since wildlife species are often closely linked with unique habitat types and these habitats can be modeled under a range of future climate scenarios, a habitat migration model was developed to help determine shifts in their ranges.
06/15/2021 Jung, Jacob Saltus, Christina Climate Change
Dam Removal Short Course – Part 4B: Modeling Techniques – Milltown Dam Case Study; presented by Dr. Earl Hayter, ERDC Environmental Laboratory. Part 4 presents an overview of how 1-dimensional and multidimensional modeling can be applied to predict sediment transport and potential impacts associated with dam removal. Part 4A (posted separately) shares a case study of the 1-D HEC-RAS model to the removal of Simkins Dam on the Patapsco River, CT. Part 4B presents the use of GSMB to evaluate sediment transport following Milltown Dam removal in Montana.
11/19/2020 Hayter, Earl River Restoration
Dam Removal Short Course – Part 4A: Modeling Techniques - 1-Dimensional Numerical Model Applications: Simkins Dam Case Study; presented by Ms. Waleska Echevarria-Doyle, ERDC Coastal Hydraulics Laboratory. Part 4 presents an overview of how 1-dimentional and multidimensional modeling can be applied to predict sediment transport and potential impacts associated with dam removal. Part 4A shares a case study of the 1-D HEC-RAS model to the removal of Simkins Dam on the Patapsco River, CT. Part 4B (posted separately) presents the use of GSMB to evaluate sediment transport following Milltown Dam removal in Montana.
11/19/2020 Echevarria-Doyle, Waleska River Restoration
Dam Removal Short Course – Part 3B: Assessment Methods; presented by Dr. Kyle McKay, ERDC Environmental Laboratory. Part 3A (posted separately) presents an overview of techniques to assess sediment impacts, with a focus on screening level techniques including conceptual models and screening criteria. Part 3B highlights a case study demonstrating application of these techniques to assess potential impacts for stream barrier removals planned for Moodna Creek, NY.
11/10/2020 McKay, Kyle River Restoration
Dam Removal Short Course – Part 3A: Assessment Methods; presented by Dr. Tahirih Lackey, ERDC Coastal Hydraulics Laboratory. Part 3A presents an overview of techniques to assess sediment impacts, with a focus on screening level techniques including conceptual models and screening criteria. Part 3B (posted separately) highlights a case study demonstrating application of these techniques to assess potential impacts for stream barrier removals planned for Moodna Creek, NY.
11/10/2020 Lackey, Tahirih River Restoration
Dam Removal Short Course - Part 2B: Sediment Management; presented by Ms. Susan Bailey, ERDC Environmental Laboratory. Part 2A (posted separately) covers an overview of issues related to sediment including sediment volume, common management concerns, and metrics. Part 2B focuses on sediment risk assessment, sediment quality, and regulatory issues.
11/03/2020 Bailey, Susan River Restoration
Dam Removal Short Course - Part 2A: Sediment Management; presented by Dr. Kyle McKay, ERDC Environmental Laboratory. Part 2A covers a conceptual overview of issues related to sediment including sediment volume, common management concerns, and metrics. Part 2B (posted separately) focuses on sediment risk assessment, sediment quality, and regulatory issues.
11/03/2020 McKay, Kyle River Restoration
Dam Removal Short Course - Part 1B: Synthesis of the Science and Case Studies; presented by Mr. Jeff Duda, US Geological Survey; and Ms. Jennifer Bountry, US Bureau of Reclamation. Part 1A (posted separately) provides an overview of dam removal, including the rationale for removal and removal techniques. It looks at decisions surrounding dam removal, and how differing perspectives, goals and constraints impact decision criteria. Part 1B presents common myths of dam removal impacts, as well as a synthesis of the science and case studies.
10/27/2020 Duda, Jeff Bountry, Jennifer River Restoration
Dam Removal Short Course - Part 1A: An Overview; presented by Dr. Kyle McKay and Ms. Susan Bailey, ERDC Environmental Laboratory. Part 1A provides an overview of dam removal, including the rationale for removal and removal techniques. It looks at decisions surrounding dam removal, and how differing perspectives, goals and constraints impact decision criteria. Part 1B (posted separately) presents common myths of dam removal impacts, as well as a synthesis of the science and case studies.
10/27/2020 McKay, Kyle Bailey, Susan River Restoration
Conceptual Framework for Comparing Ecological Models; presented by Dr. Kyle McKay, ERDC Environmental Laboratory and Mr. Nate Richards, Ecosystem Restoration Planning Center of Expertise. Risk-informed decision-making challenges USACE restoration practitioners to continually confront the issues of what information is necessary to make well-informed choices and the benefit (or cost) of investing in additional data, models, or analyses. This webinar will present a general framework for comparing ecological models relative to decision needs, predictive resolution, model complexity, resource investment, and uncertainty.
09/09/2020 McKay, Kyle Richards, Nate
Lessons learned in communicating ecological models: A case study from the New York Bight; presented by Dr. Kyle McKay, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Environmental Laboratory. Transparent and clear communication is a crucial, if overlooked, issue in every phase of ecological model development. This presentation describes development of a suite of ecological models for assessing environmental effects of regional coastal storm risk management actions in the New York Bight. Lessons learned in model communication are emphasized relative to each phase of the modeling process, including: conceptualization, quantification, evaluation, and application. This study was funded by the Aquatic Nuisance Species Research Program (ANSRP) and supported by the Philadelphia and New York Districts; the effort built upon previous model development research efforts funded under EMRRP, including the most recent Improving Ecological Modeling Practices for the USACE Planning Community of Practice (the Improving Ecological Modeling title will be an active link to the fact sheet for that project as well).
05/06/2020 McKay, Kyle
How much model complexity is needed to make environmental flow recommendations?; presented by Dr. Kyle McKay, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Environmental Laboratory. Ecological models inform many aspects of river management decisions, such as environmental flow analysis or river restoration design; yet we know little about how model resolution and complexity could ultimately affect management recommendations. Using a site on the Middle Oconee River in Athens, Georgia, we evaluate the effects of varying input data resolution (quantity of field data), sampling design (random vs. stratified cross-sections), and model complexity (1-dimensional vs. 2-dimensional models) on environmental flow recommendations made with a generalized fish habitat model. Results highlight the importance of modeling choices in interpretation and communication of management recommendations.
04/22/2020 McKay, Kyle
Scenario Analyses in Ecological Modeling and Planning; presented by Darixa Hernandez-Abrams and Carra Carrillo, ERDC Environmental Laboratory. Scenario analysis is a tool that aids in forecasting, evaluating, and communicating outcomes of potential management actions under different potential conditions such as land use change or sea level rise. However, we lack specific guidance on conducting scenario analyses and general information on the usefulness of scenario analysis. This presentation will:
1. Highlight the usefulness of scenario analysis as a tool for evaluating uncertain outcomes.
2. Explain the mechanics of the scenario analysis process.
3. Present the application of scenario analyses in USACE projects.
04/15/2020 Hernandex-Abrams, Darixa Carrillo, Carra
Tools for Index Based Modeling; presented by Todd Swannack, ERDC Environmental Laboratory. Developing ecological models for restoration efforts can be challenging because of large number of stakeholders involved in project planning. Over the last four years, the integrated ecological modeling team of the ERDC has developed a suite of techniques and tools to facilitate ecological model development for multidisciplinary groups. These tools allow stakeholder groups to develop models in real time and provide a foundation for transparent, scientifically-defensible model development. This webinar will briefly introduce these tools, describe their appropriate usage and discuss future development plans.
03/18/2020 Swannack, Todd
Data Visualization for Ecological Analysis and Restoration; presented by Dr. Kyle McKay, ERDC Environmental Laboratory. Visualization is a crucial step in translating data into understanding and communicating with other scientists, stakeholders, decision-makers, and citizens. This webinar highlights the value of data visualization in ecological analysis and synthesis by presenting case studies relative to four common applications: data exploration, experimental analysis, numerical model output and evaluation, and ecological decision- making. The presentation concludes with a set of questions to guide USACE practitioners in the selection and application of a visualization approach.
02/05/2020 McKay, Kyle
Restoration Decision-Making Informed by Secondary Objectives; presented by Dr. Kyle McKay, ERDC Environmental Laboratory. Everyone understands the importance of making economic decisions, but cost benefit ratios alone do not always identify the most valuable solution. This webinar examines how secondary objectives related to ecosystem services, environmental justice, stakeholder support, and technical significance are incorporated into cost-effectiveness and incremental cost analyses to inform restoration decision-making in a diverse system. Specifically, Dr. McKay discusses the Hudson-Raritan Estuary (HRE) Ecosystem Restoration Study, a watershed-scale, multi-objective restoration initiative led by the New York District. The HRE covers more than 20 restoration sites across a diverse set of ecosystem types (e.g., coastal marshes, urban streams, oysters), stakeholder groups (9 non-federal sponsors and dozens of interested parties), and political geographies (multiple states, Congressional districts, and municipalities).
12/11/2018 McKay, Kyle
Methods for Monitoring Herbaceous Vegetation; presented by Dr. Brook Herman, ERDC Environmental Laboratory. Successful ecosystem restoration requires consistent data collection over time to inform adaptive management. Dr. Brook Herman presents newly developed, consistent, and repeatable methods available for USACE monitoring of herbaceous vegetation. These methods are rapid and scalable to meet time and budget constraints while providing valuable data to inform management decisions.
05/18/2019 Herman, Brook
Development of a Minnesota River Environmental Flow Modeling Framework; presented by Dr. Kyle McKay. The ability to predictively link river levels to ecological effects (i.e., flow-ecology relationships) is central to understanding the consequences of alternative freshwater management strategies and transparently making trade-offs. Here, we develop flow-ecology relationships with three contrasting model development philosophies and examine consistency of model outcomes as the models are applied to six future land use scenarios in the Minnesota River Basin.
09/04/2018 McKay, Kyle
Coastal Vulnerability Assessment Framework and Tool; presented by Bobby McComas. Coastal systems provide many useful functions and are experiencing accelerated loss with multiple drivers causing degradation. The Corps of Engineers needs a tool to quickly assess the vulnerability of coastal features to identify, screen, and prioritize candidate restoration sites. Listen to learn how you can assist with the framework and tool development to expedite vulnerability assessments.
08/28/2018 McComas, Bobby
Sediment Impacts Associated with Dam Removal: State of the Science; presented by Dr. Kyle McKay and Ms. Susan Bailey. Dam removal represents a significant opportunity to restore previously disturbed ecosystems. However, the release of the impounded sediment has the potential for short-term impacts. Listen in for an overview of considerations associated with sediment impacts.
08/21/2018 McKay, Kyle; Bailey, Susan
Integrated Ecological Modeling: Mediated Modeling and Model Development Workshops; presented by Drs. Michael E. Kjelland, S. Kyle McKay, and Todd M. Swannack. Ecological modeling capability is a growing need across business lines in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). Every project conducted for USACE can impact the environment within the project footprint and beyond. Forecasting these benefits and/or impacts requires modeling ecological outcomes for futures with and without a proposed project action, including ecosystem restoration, navigation, and flood risk management. This webinar will illuminate basic ecological modeling capabilities within USACE District offices, while simultaneously demonstrating cutting-edge ERDC modeling capacity on several areas of interest.
This presentation provides an overview of integrated ecological modeling concepts that have been applied successfully through hands-on workshops for several USACE environmental and operations projects. The results of these integrated modeling workshops can be used to provide solutions to complex, multi-scale problems common among all USACE business lines.
10/03/2017 Kjelland, Michael E.; McKay,Kyle; Swannack, Todd M.
Making Sense of Noisy Environmental Systems: Characterizing and Quantifying Variability; presented by Dr. Kyle McKay.
09/19/2017 McKay, Kyle
Using Ecosystem Functions to Inform Water Management Decisions; presented by Kyle McKay and Caitlin Conn.
05/30/2017 McKay, Kyle; Conn, Caitlin
The Missing Link in Hydrologic Connectivity - Reconnecting Riverine Habitats, Biodiversity, Nutrient Cycles, Solute Transport and Temperature Regulation through Restoring Hyporheic Exchange; presented by Sarah Miller.
09/27/2016 Miller, Sarah
Ecological Function of Coastal Salt Marshes in Response to Sea Level Rise - Part 3; presented by Jennifer White (USFWS), Jackie Jahn (EverVest), and Rick Nye (NWR).
09/20/2016 White, Jennifer; Jahn, Jackie; Nye, Rick
Ecological Function of Coastal Salt Marshes in Response to Sea Level Rise - Part 2; presented by Jennifer White (USFWS), Jackie Jahn (EverVest), and Kirk Gilligan (USFWS).
08/18/2016 White, Jennifer; Jahn, Jackie; Gilligan, Kirk
Ecological Function of Coastal Salt Marshes in Response to Sea Level Rise - Part 1; presented by Larry Oliver (USACE-NAE), Kirk Gilligan (USFWS), Jennifer White (USFWS), and Metthea Yepsen (TNC).
07/27/2016 Oliver, Larry; Gilligan, Kirk; White, Jennifer; Yepsen, Metthea
Half Moon Bay Oyster Reef Restoration and the Corps Estuary Program; presented by Mark Dumesnil, Associate Director of Coastal Restoration for the Texas Chapter of The Nature Conservancy and Byron Williams, Deputy Chief of Project Management, Galveston District.
12/08/2015 Dumesnil, Mark; Williams, Byron
Observations and Perspectives from Attendees of the 100th Ecological Society of America (ESA) Meeting; presented by Jeff Trulick, HQUSACE OWPM and Dr. Kyle McKay, ERDC-EL.
09/01/2015 Trulick, Jeff; McKay, Kyle
Duskytail Darter Endangered Species Act Consultation; presented by Chip Hall, LRN.
04/21/2015 Hall, Chip
Rethinking Riverine and Riparian Connectivity; presented by Jock Conyngham, ERDC-EL.
02/24/2015 Conyngham, Jock
Hydrologic Connectivity of Migratory Fauna in Puerto Rico; presented by Dr. Kyle McKay and Jessica Chappell.
01/27/2015 McKay, Kyle; Chappell, Jessica
Wetland Value Assessment (WVA) Model; presented by Bobby McComas, ERDC-EL and Craig Fischenich.
07/22/2014 McComas, Bobby; Fischenich, Craig
Retrospective Evaluation of Completed Corps Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration Projects; presented by Justin Gardner and Erynn Maynard.
05/06/2014 Gardner, Justin; Maynard, Erynn
Nutrient Modeling Capabilities Within HEC-RAS; presented by Billy Johnson and Zhonglong Zhang.
04/01/2014 Johnson, Billy; Zhang, Zhonglong
Modeling Interactions of Flow and Riparian Vegetation for Improved Riverine Ecosystem Management, HEC-RAS; presented by Billy Johnson and Zhonglong Zhang.
03/25/2014 Johnson, Billy; Zhang, Zhonglong
Using the Environmental Data System in SimSuite (new version 3.2); presented by Janet Cushing, IWR and Dave Shaeffer, SAW.
02/25/2014 Cushing, Janet; Shaeffer, David
Oyster HSI/Benefits Modeling; presented by Dr. Todd Swannack, ERDC-EL.
01/28/2014 Swannack, Todd
Ecosystem Goods and Services II: Policy Review and Comparison; presented by Janet Cushing, Biologist/Environmental Planner, IWR and Ms. Elizabeth Murray, Research Biologist, ERDC-EL.
11/12/2013 Cushing, Janet; Murray, Elizabeth
Fish Passage; presented by Kyle McKay, ERDC-EL.
09/17/2013 McKay, Kyle
Multi-Objective Planning; presented by Shawn Komlos, IWR.
08/27/2013 Komlos, Shawn
HEC Software for Environmental Analysis; presented by Stanford Gibson, PhD., HEC-RAS Sediment Lead and John Hickey, P.E., HEC-EFM Lead Developer; Mark Jensen, HEC-RAS Water Quality Lead; Jay Pak, PhD., HEC-HMS Water Quality and Sediment Lead; William Scharffenberg, PhD., HEC-HMS Lead Developer; Todd Steissberg, PhD., HEC-ResSim Water Quality Lead.
07/23/2013 Gibson, Stanford; Hickey, John; Jensen, Mark; Pak, Jay; Scharffenberg, William; Steissberg, Todd
Environmental Flows; presented by Kyle McKay, ERDC-EL.
05/21/2013 McKay, Kyle
Mitigation and Planning; presented by Elliott Stefanik, MVP.
05/07/2013 Stefanik, Elliott
USACE Electronic Library; presented by Dr. Kathryn N.S. McCain, Ecologist, Environmental Planning Branch, St Louis District.
04/30/2013 McCain, Kathryn N.S.
Research into Incorporating Ecosystems Goods and Services into Restoration Planning: Establishing Principles and Best Practices; presented by Elizabeth Murray, Research Biologist, ERDC Environmental Lab.
03/19/2013 Murray, Elizabeth
Working with Non-Traditional Project Sponsors; presented by Bret Walters, SAC.
02/26/2013 Walters, Bret
Performance Risk and Economic Benefits Assessment; presented by Dr. Lisa Wainger.
01/15/2013 Wainger, Lisa
Grass Carp Research Update for Invasive Aquatic Plant Management; presented by Dr. Phil Kirk, ERDC and Dr. Jack Kilgore, ERDC.
09/25/2012 Kirk, Phil; Kilgore, Jack
National Flood Risk Management Woody Vegetation on Levees; presented by Maureen Corcoran, ERDC GSL and Pete Rabbon, IWR.
09/18/2012 Corcoran, Maureen; Rabbon, Pete
NatureServe II - Update and SimSuite Demo; presented by Paul Wagner and Chad Markin.
09/11/2012 Wagner, Paul; Markin, Chad
Adaptive Management Planning: Coastal Louisiana Lessons; presented by Tomma K. Barnes and William P. Klein, J. Craig Fischenich.
07/24/2012 Barnes, Tomma K.; Klein, William P.; Fischenich, J. Craig Adaptive Management
Risk Management; presented by Dave Moser, IWR and Charles Yoe, Notre Dame Maryland.
07/17/2012 Moser, Dave; Yoe, Charles
Comprehensive Aquatic System Model and Adaptive Hydraulics (CASM/ADH); presented by Tony Clyde and Candice Piercy.
06/26/2012 Clyde, Tony; Piercy, Candice
Using Natural Heritage Data through the USACE-NatureServe Collaboration; presented by Dr. Paul Wagner, IWR and Kathleen Maybury, NatureServe.
06/12/2012 Wagner, Paul; Maybury, Kathleen
Low Cost Mapping of Submerged Vegetation; presented by Bruce Sabol, ERDC.
06/05/2012 Sabol, Bruce
Planning Models Best Practices & Ecosystem Model Review Part II; presented by Shawn Komlos, IWR and Amanda Maxemchuk, Battelle Memorial Institute.
05/22/2012 Komlos, Shawn; Maxemchuk, Amanda
Landscape Conservation Cooperatives; presented by Doug Austen, USFWS.
05/08/2012 Austen, Doug
E-DNA; presented by Rick Lance and Kurt Gust.
04/24/2012 Lance, Rick; Gust, Kurt
Large Wood Research in River Restoration: Interagency collaboration to develop a research roadmap; presented by Jock Conyngham, ERDC-EL and Jennifer Bountry, USBR.
04/17/2012 Conyngham, Jock; Bountry, Jennifer River Restoration
Planning Budget EC; presented by Brian Johnson, MVS and Jodi Creswell, MVD.
04/10/2012 Johnson, Brian; Creswell, Jodi
Model Review Process and Process Lessons Learned; presented by Amanda Maxemchuk - Battelle Memorial Institute.
04/03/2012 Maxemchuk, Amanda
Urban Waters Partnership; presented by Shawn Komlos, IWR and Roy Simon, EPA.
03/27/2012 Komlos, Shawn; Simon, Roy
Ecological Forecasting Tools; presented by Christy Foran and Dr. Todd Swannack.
03/20/2012 Foran, Christy; Swannack, Todd
Joint Airborne Lidar Bathymetry Technical Center of Expertise (JALBTCX); presented by Molly Reif, ERDC-EL and Lauren Dunkin, ERDC-CHL.
11/29/2011 Reif, Molly; Dunkin, Lauren
Everglades Adaptive Management; presented by Andrew Loschiavo.
10/25/2011 Loschiavo, Andrew Adaptive Management
National Fish, Wildlife and Plants Climate Adaptation Strategy; presented by Janet Cushing, IWR.
10/04/2011 Cushing, Janet
Climate Change Part II; presented by Kate White, IWR.
09/06/2011 White, Kate
Aquatic Plant Information System Demo; presented by Sherry Whitaker, ERDC-EL.
06/28/2011 Whitaker, Sherry Estuaries
Climate Change Part I; presented by Kate White, IWR.
- Bio/PPTX/Video Climate Change
06/07/2011 White, Kate
Methods for Assessing Land Change Trends: Examples in the Atchafalaya River Basin and Coastal Louisiana; presented by Yvonne Allen, ERDC-EL.
03/29/2011 Allen, Yvonne Estuaries River Restoration
Ecosystems Functions Model (EFM); presented by John Hickey, HEC-EFM Lead Developer.
02/22/2011 Hickey, John Models
Wetlands Delineation Update; presented by Jacob Berkowitz, ERDC-EL.
01/25/2011 Berkowitz, Jacob
ECO PCX Model Library; presented by Shawn Komlos, IWR.
01/11/2011 Komlos, Shawn Models
Use of Two-Dimensional Hydraulic Models in Ecosystem Restoration Planning on the Upper Mississippi River; presented by Jon Hendrickson.
11/30/2010 Hendrickson, Jon Fish Passage River Restoration
Fish Passage; presented by Andy Goodwin, ERDC-EL and Dave Smith, ERDC-EL.
11/16/2010 Goodwin, Andy; Smith, Dave Fish Passage
Agency Technical Review - An Overview of ATR Tools; presented by Miki Fujitsubo.
10/12/2010 Fujitsubo, Miki
Other Social Effects Benefits II; presented by Kevin Bluhm and Susan Durden.
09/14/2010 Bluhm, Kevin; Durden, Susan
Delta Streams Restoration; presented by Jack Killgore.
08/24/2010 Killgore, Jack Estuaries River Restoration
CEMCAT (conceptual model builder); presented by Dr. P. Soupy Dalyander, ERDC-EL and Dr. Craig Fischenich, ERDC-EL.
08/03/2010 Dalyander, Patricia; Fischenich, Craig Models
Defining Ecosystem Restoration Potential Using a Multiple Reference Condition Approach: Upper Mississippi River System; presented by Chuck Theiling.
07/27/2010 Theiling, Chuck River Restoration
Planning Associates Program; presented by John Peukert and Cindy Boen.
07/13/2010 Peukert, John; Boen, Cindy
Other Social Effects Benefits; presented by Maria M. Wegner-Johnson, SWT and Susan Durden, IWR.
06/15/2010 Wegner-Johnson, Maria M.; Durden, Susan
Resource Significance: Issues in Report Documentation; presented by Leigh Skaggs and Greg Steele.
05/26/2010 Skaggs, Lawrence; Steele, Greg
Models & Analytical Tools: Habitat Evaluation & Assessment Tool; presented by Kelly Burks-Copes, ERDC-EL and Tisa Webb, ERDC-EL.
04/20/2010 Burks-Copes, Kelly; Webb, Tisa Models
Ecosystem Restoration Gateway; presented by Val Ringold, NWD and Kathleen Perales, ERDC-EL.
04/06/2010 Ringold, Valerie; Perales, Kathleen
Restoration Techniques: Technical Issues for Dam Fate Determinations and Project Implementation; presented by Jock Conyngham, ERDC-EL.
03/23/2010 Conyngham, Jock Fish Passage
Research Case Study: Truckee River Fish Passage; presented by Jock Conyngham, ERDC-EL.
03/09/2010 Conyngham, Jock Fish Passage
Restoration Techniques: Vegetative Restoration of Streams, Riparian Corridors, and Wetlands; presented by Michael Smart and Gary Owen Dick.
02/09/2010 Smart, Michael; Dick, Gary Owen River Restoration
Models & Analytical Tools: HGM Applications in Ecosystem Restoration; presented by Jeff Lin.
01/26/2010 Lin, Jeff Models
Monitoring Ecosystem Restoration Projects; presented by Jock Conyngham and Janice Rasgus.
01/12/2010 Conyngham, Jock; Rasgus, Janice Monitoring
Research Update: Reference Systems in EBA; presented by Sarah J. Miller.
12/08/2009 Miller, Sarah J.
Research Update/Case Study - Large-Scale Restoration of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in Chesapeake Bay; presented by Dr. Deb Shafer.
11/17/2009 Shafer, Deborah Estuaries
EBA Overview; presented by Dr. Craig Fischenich, ERDC-EL.
10/13/2009 Fischenich, Craig
Adaptive Management; presented by Ms. Tomma Barnes.
09/22/2009 Barnes, Tomma Adaptive Management
IEPR; presented by Karen Johnson-Young.
08/18/2009 Johnson-Young, Karen
The Use of Professional Judgement; presented by Ms. Tisa Webb, ERDC-EL and Ms. Kelly Burks-Copes, ERDC-EL.
08/11/2009 Webb, Tisa; Burks-Copes, Kelly Models
Ecological Dynamic Simulation Model (EDYS); presented by Dr. David Price.
07/14/2009 Price, David Models
Avoiding Spreadsheet Errors & Techniques for Normalizing Ecosystem Benefits; presented by Kyle McKay, ERDC-EL.
07/14/2009 McKay, Kyle Models
Metric Sets for Ecosystem Restoration Benefits Assessment; presented by Kyle McKay, ERDC-EL.
05/12/2009 McKay, Kyle Models
Model Certification; presented by Jodi Staebell.
05/05/2009 Staebell, Jodi Models
Quantifying Benefits of Flow Diversion to Coastal Marshes: Application to the Louisiana Coast; presented by Dr. Craig Fischenich, ERDC-EL and Kyle McKay, ERDC-EL.
03/24/2009 Fischenich, Craig; McKay, Kyle Estuaries
Cooperative Ecosystem Study Units; presented by Dr. Al Cofrancesco.
03/17/2009 Cofrancesco, Al
Review Plans; presented by Eric Thaut.
03/03/2009 Thaut, Eric
Louisiana Coastal Assessment Science & Technology Office; presented by Dr. Barb Kleiss.
02/03/2009 Kleiss, Barbara Estuaries
Application Of Conceptual Models to Ecosystem Restoration Project Planning; presented by Dr. Craig Fischenich.
01/27/2009 Fischenich, Craig Models
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