Presentations

Recent Presentations

Stream restoration what works and what doesn't work.January 22,2014, ASCE Online Webinar.

What’s your batting average? Stream restoration effectiveness. February 20, 2014, Department of Natural Resources, StevensPoint, WI.

To dredge or not to dredge? Local vs. systemic approaches to critical floodplain habitat management . February 26,2014,Sacramento, CA.

Effects of a regional channel stabilization project on suspended sediment yield. March 19, 2014, Bureau of Reclamation,Sedimentation and River Hydraulics Group, Denver, CO.

Hyporheic and total storage exchange in small sand-bed streams. March 19, 2014, Bureau of Reclamation, Sedimentation andRiver Hydraulics Group, Denver, CO.

Towards a basis for designing backwaterrestorations. March 19, 2014, Bureau of Reclamation, Sedimentation and RiverHydraulics Group, Denver, CO.

Compensatory mitigation for streams under the U.S. Clean Water Act. March 19, 2014, Bureau of Reclamation, Sedimentation and River Hydraulics Group, Denver, CO.

  River connectivity as a driver of backwaterhabitat quality. June 2, 2014, World Environmental and Water Resources Congress,Portland, OR.

Stream restoration what works and what doesn't work.October 27,2014, ASCE Online Webinar

Managing connectivity for critical habitats: So much sediment, so little water. November 17, 2014, Stream Ecology and Restoration Conference, Charlotte, NC.

Upcoming Presentations

Planning and design for stream rehabilitationwith large wood. February 18,2015, ASCE Online Webinar.

All are above average: Effects of indicator selection on restoration project success assessment May 17-21, 2015, World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, Austin, TX. 

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