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SESSION E
Sediment Transport Prediction

Moderator:  Stephen Norair, M.S. Geology Candidate, Baylor University
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1:30 pm
Integration of Streambank Erosion Data Collection Techniques: A look into Dendrogeomorphology and Watershed Model Parameterization and Interrogation   (abstract)
— Stephen Norair, M.S. Geology Candidate – Baylor University, Waco, TX
Norair’s Presentation

1:55 pm
Time Series and Geospatial Data Integration for Reservoirs Sedimentation Study That Incorporates Multiple Sedimentation Models and Rates for Convergent Validation   (abstract)
— Nathaniel Todea, USDA-NRCS, Salt Lake City, Utah
Todea’s Presentation

2:20 pm
Repeatability and Sensitivity Analysis of the Rosgen BANCS Model Developed to Predict Annual Streambank Erosion Rates  (abstract)
— Kari Bigham, Biological and Agricultural Engineering, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
Bigham’s Presentation

2:45 pm
Predicting Annual Streambank Erosion Rates in the US Gulf Coastal Plain: BEHI and Beyond (abstract)
— Mitchell McMillan, Graduate student, The University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL
McMillan’s Presentation

3:10 pm     Break

3:30 pm
Relationships of Bankfull Channel Dimensions and Watershed Erosion in the Hocking River Basin   (abstract)
–Tiao J. Chang, Professor, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
Chang’s Presentation

3:55 pm
Stream Channel Succession and Sediment Dynamics: Black Vermillion River, KS  (abstract)
— Tim Keane, PhD, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
Keane’s Presentation

4:20 pm
Managing the Planform of the Central Platte River through Flow and Sediment Augmentation
— Kevin Werbylo, Headwaters Corporation, Lakewood, CO
Werbylo’s Presentation

5:00 pm  Adjourn