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SESSION E
Assessments and New Tools

Moderator:  Brandon Rosgen, Wildland Hydrology
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1:30 pm
Streambank Erosion: Developing Recession Rates Based on Condition Class and Flow Stage Characteristics (abstract)
–Barry Southerland, PhD, USDA: Natural Resources Conservation Service, Portland, OR
Southerland’s Presentation

1:55 pm
River Restoration and Long Term Monitoring: San Miguel River, Telluride, Colorado (abstract)
–James Hootsmans, Texas A&M University, Department of Geology and Geophysics College Station, Texas
Hootsmans’ Presentation

2:20 pm
Did You Bring any Extra markers? Moving Away from Paper Data Collection (abstract)
–Greg Taillacq, Stantec Consulting, Fort Collins, CO
Taillacq’s Presentation

2:45 pm
Reducing Sediment and Nutrient Loadings through Restoration of Ozark Streams (abstract)
–Matthew VanEps, Watershed Conservation Resource Center, Fayetteville, AR
VanEps’ Presentation

3:10 pm     Break

3:30 pm
Introduction to the Indiana Fluvial Hazard Mitigation Program (abstract)
–Robert Barr, Center for Earth and Environmental Science, Department of Earth Sciences, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN
Barr’s Presentation

3:55 pm
The Drones Are Coming: A Technical Guide on Implementing SUAS in Your Daily Workflow (abstract)
–Chris Dodson & Mike Aust, Timmons Group, Richmond, VA
Dodson’s Presentation

4:20 pm
Don’t Throw Your Money in a Hole: Prioritizing Watershed Restoration Using Remote Sensing Technology (Earth™ – Erosion Analysis Restoration Techniques GIS Toolset) (abstract)
–Steve Vrooman, Keystone Restoration Ecology, Santa Fe, NM
Vrooman’s Presentation

4:45 pm
Q&A  Discussion

5:00 pm
Adjourn