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SESSION F
Function & Innovation

Moderator:  Richard Starr, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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1:30 pm
Design Criteria for Restoring Headwater Mountain Streams  (abstract)
— Will Harman, PG, Stream Mechanics, Raleigh, NC
Harman’s Presentation

1:55 pm
Stream Functions Pyramid Framework Application Tools  (abstract)
— Richard Starr, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Annapolis, MD
Starr’s Presentation

2:20 pm
Using Geomorphic Valley Typing and Stream Classification to Plan and Design for River Migration and Risk  (abstract)
— Barry Southerland, PhD, USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service, Portland, OR
Southerland’s Presentation

2:45 pm
Using Channel Migration Mapping to Develop Restoration Strategies for the Plains Reach of the Clark Fork River, Montana (abstract)
— Michael A. Rotar, RESPEC Water & Natural Resources, Bozeman, MT
Rotar’s Presentation

3:10 pm     Break

3:30 pm
Long-Term Monitoring Program for the Upper Arkansas River In-Stream Habitat Restoration Project  (abstract)
— Eric E. Richer, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Fort Collins, CO
Richer’s Presentation

3:55 pm
Environmental Flow Assessments in the Rockies: One Size Does Not Fit All – How to Select the Most Appropriate Methods for Your Project  (abstract)
— Lee W. Forbes, P.E., D.WRE, SWCA Environmental Consultants, Houston, TX
Forbes’ Presentation

4:20 pm
Management of Channel Forming Storage Releases & Alluvial Recharge Projects for Habitat Restoration
— Darren Beck, Headwaters Corporation, Lakewood, CO
Beck’s Presentation

4:45 pm
Restoration and Aquatic Insects
— Dave Penrose, Penrose Environmental Consulting LLC, Asheville,  NC
Penrose’s Presentation

5:10 pm  Adjourn