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SESSION D
Lessons Learned East of the Mississippi

Moderator:  Barbara Doll, NC Sea Grant & NC State University
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8:30 am
Assessing Morphological Performance of Stream Restoration in North Carolina (abstract)
–Barbara Doll, NC Sea Grant & NC State University, Raleigh NC
Doll’s Presentation

8:55 am
The Model Mitigation Banking Project:  Utilizing Stormwater Control Measures Coupled with Stream and Wetland Mitigation to Maximize Uplift and Generate Mitigation Credit in Urban Watersheds (abstract)
–Adam V McIntyre, Water & Land Solutions, Raleigh, North Carolina
McIntyre’s Presentation

9:20 am
Using the “Kitchen-Sink” Approach for Restoration Monitoring in Red Hill Branch (abstract)
–Mark Southerland, AKRF, Columbia, MD
Southerland’s Presentation

9:45 am
A Description of the Post-Flood Recovery Protocol as Developed by Delaware County Soil and Water Conservation District and Used in New York State (abstract)
–Thomas J. Mallory, P.E., DCSWCD, Walton, NY
Mallory’s Presentation

10:10 am     Break

10:30 am
Stream Restoration Construction: The Value in Pre-Qualifying (abstract)
–Phillip C. Todd, River Works, Inc., Raleigh, NC
Todd’s Presentation

10:55 am
Beneath Still Waters:  McDowell Creek Watershed Restoration Overview (abstract)
–David A. Woodie, PE, CPSWQ, Land Use & Environmental Services Agency, Charlotte, NC
Woodie’s Presentation

11:20 am
Supplemental Tools for Natural Channel Design (abstract)
–Patrick McMahon, PE, PhD, S&ME, Inc., Louisville, Tennessee
McMahon’s Presentation

11:45 am
Q&A  Discussion

12:00 pm
Lunch Provided