NCER 2013 5th National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration

Poster Presentations

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Poster Session One

  • J. George Athanasakes, Stantec Consulting Services Inc., Louisville, KY -- EVOLUTION OF STRUCTURES FOR HABITAT AND STABILITY ON STREAM RESTORATION PROJECTS

  • Martin Boote, ECT, Inc., Ann Arbor, MI -- THE APPLICATION OF NATURAL CHANNEL DESIGN METHODS FOR RESTORING WATERSHED HYDROLOGY AND FUNCTIONAL RIPARIAN ECOSYSTEMS AFTER MINING <> Poster 

  • Michael Dema, Michael Dema Esq., St Petersburg, FL -- THE STATUS OF ISOLATED WETLANDS IN POST-SWANCC FLORIDA: THE CASE FOR A STATEWIDE PRIORITY WETLANDS PROGRAM 

  • Jeffrey Edstrom, Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc. (ECT), Chicago, IL -- RARE SPECIES PROTECTION STRATEGIES FOR CORRIDOR RESTORATION <> Poster 

  • Jeffrey Edstrom, Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc. (ECT), Chicago, IL -- TRANSFORMING THE ROUGE AOC FROM MOWED DOWN TO GROWN UP <> Poster 

  • Jeffrey Edstrom, Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc. (ECT), Chicago, IL -- PEOPLE, PLACES & POWER LINES: HABITAT RESTORATION & EDUCATION IN UTILITY RIGHTS-OF-WAY <> Poster 

  • Cheryl Essex, California State Parks, Sacramento, CA -- CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS GATEWAY>BASE CAMP>ADVENTURE STRATEGY

  • Matthew Grabau, GeoSystems Analysis, Inc., Tucson, AZ -- IRRIGATION AND SOIL MOISTURE ANALYSIS FOR FLOODPLAIN RIPARIAN RESTORATION <> Poster 

  • Matthew Grabau, GeoSystems Analysis, Inc., Tucson, AZ -- SALINITY MANAGEMENT FOR FLOODPLAIN RIPARIAN RESTORATION <> Poster 

  • Mike Habberfield, SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY -- FEASIBILITY STUDIES OF BENTHIC ALGAE CULTIVATION FOR NUTRIENT RECAPTURE AND NEARSHORE WATER QUALITY RESTORATION IN THE LOWER GREAT LAKES 

  • Erin Hague, Tetra Tech, Inc., Boynton Beach, FL -- RESTORATION OF GUACHINANGA ISLAND AND SAN JOSÉ LAGOON, PUERTO RICO <> Poster 

  • David Hanson, HansonRM, Sammamish, WA -- RESTORATION SCALING IN THE FACE OF A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT AND UNCERTAINTY <> Poster 

  • Mary Khoury, The Nature Conservancy, Chicago, IL -- “MAKE NO LITTLE PLANS”: DEVELOPING BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION STRATEGIES FOR THE GREAT LAKES <> Poster

  • Richard Lance, U S Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg, MS -- BREAKING EDAWN: EDNA, CURRENT CHALLENGES, AND THE FUTURE <> Poster 

  • Mark Laska, Great Ecology, New York, NY -- INCREASING ECOLOGICAL UPLIFT USING ECOLOGICAL MODELING: A NOVEL APPROACH WITH A CASE STUDY IN WOODBRIDGE, NEW JERSEY

  • Ken Mierzwa, GHD Inc., Eureka, CA -- RESTORATION MINIMALISM 

  • John O'Meara, Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc. (ECT), Ann Arbor, MI -- IMPROVING THE ROUGE RIVER GREAT LAKES AREA OF CONCERN (AOC) - FISH AND WILDLIFE HABITAT IMPROVEMENT THROUGH DAM REMOVAL <> Poster

  • Corey Palmer, Northwestern University and the Chicago Botanic Garden, Glencoe, IL -- SOIL RECOVERY IN PRAIRIE RESTORATION: IS LAND MANAGEMENT WORKING? 

  • Stephen Reiling, DDOE, Washington, DC -- USING REGENERATIVE STORMWATER CONVEYANCE SYSTEMS TO RESTORE STREAM CHANNELS AND CREATE AQUATIC AND TERRESTRIAL HABITAT <> Poster 

  • Doug Schnoebelen, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA -- HYDRODYNAMIC MODELS AS TOOLS FOR ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION ON THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER, POOL8: A TALE OF TWO MODELS--HISTORIC AND MODERN <> Poster 

  • Paul Sokoloff, Battelle, Duxbury, MA -- BENTHOS AND PLANKTON WITHIN WAUKEGAN AREA OF CONCERN: POTENTIAL FOR FURTHER LOCAL RESTORATION <> Poster 

  • John Stark, The Nature Conservancy - Ohio Freshwater Cons. Dir, Dublin, OH -- INNOVATIVE APPROACH FOR USING BUILT WATER RESOURCES INFRASTRUCTURE FOR ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION

  • Gary Sullivan, The Wetlands Initiative, Chicago, IL -- EVALUATING A STRATEGY TO ENHANCE BIODIVERSITY OVER A 426-HA PRAIRIE RESTORATION AFTER 10 YEARS <> Poster 

  • Dan Sullivan, U.S. Geological Survey, Middleton, WI -- ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT FOR THE LOUISIANA COASTAL AREA PROGRAM: PROGRESS, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES 

  • Sophie Taddeo, Great Lakes Commission, Ann Arbor, MI -- INNOVATIVE IN-STREAM CONTROL METHODOLOGIES FOR REDUCING NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION, REDUCING SEDIMENT AND ABATING PHOSPHORUS LOADINGS TO THE GREAT LAKES <> Poster 

  • Mike Thompson, Wetlands Forever, Inc., Bartelso, IL -- THE WALK-A-WAY SYSTEM: A MULTI-BENEFIT PLANTING REGIME FOR RIVERINE RESTORATION SITES.

  • Georgia Vince, Tetra Tech, Inc, Stuart, FL -- ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT: LOXAHATCHEE MITIGATION BANK, A PUBLIC PRIVATE CONTRACTUAL RELATIONSHIP

Poster Session Two

  • David Brown, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY -- RESTORATION OF THE BLUEGRASS ECOSYSTEM 

  • Paul Conrads, USGS, Columbia, SC -- EDEN-SYN – MOVING FROM “WHAT WAS” TO “WHAT IF” 

  • Donald Deis, Atkins North America, Jacksonville, FL -- THE CAÑO MARTÍN PEÑA ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION PROJECT <> Poster 

  • Michael Donahue, URS Corporation, Southfield, MI -- ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION BENEFITS OF LOW-HEAD DAM REMOVAL: LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE DEXTER MILL POND DAM EXPERIENCE 

  • Dwight Dunk, CDM Smith Inc., Cambridge, MA -- EMPIRICAL MODEL TO DETERMINE NATURAL RESOURCE DAMAGE CLAIMS PER THE OIL POLLUTION ACT OF 1990 <> Poster 

  • Matthew Harwell, U.S. Environment Protection Agency, Gulf Breeze, FL -- INDICATORS, METRICS AND TOOLS FOR INFORMING THE SCIENCE AND VISION OF GULF COAST ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION <> Poster 

  • Heather Henkel, U.S. Geological Survey,, FL -- EVERGLADES DEPTH ESTIMATION NETWORK (EDEN): INTEGRATING REAL-TIME NETWORKS TO PROVIDE HYDROLOGIC DATA FOR THE RESTORATION OF THE EVERGLADES 

  • Peter Hill, DDOE, Washington, DC -- SETTING MEANINGFUL RESTORATION TARGETS FOR URBAN RIVER RESTORATION EFFORTS 

  • Yongseok Hong, Daegu University, Gyeongsan -- SIGNIFICANT SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF BIOAVAILABLE PAHS IN THE WATER COLUMN AND SEDIMENT POREWATER IN THE GULF OF MEXICO ONE YEAR AFTER THE DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL SPILL <> Poster 

  • Althea Hotaling, The University of Florida, Gainesville, FL -- WORKING WITH STAKEHOLDERS TO CREATE A VISION FOR ESTERO BAY <> Poster 

  • Medina Kadiri, University of Benin, Benin City -- SEASONAL TREND IN THE ECOLOGICAL VARIABLES OF A TIDAL CREEK IN NIGER DELTA, NIGERIA <> Poster 

  • Lawerence Malizzi, Matrix New World Engineering, Inc., Wilmington, DE -- GULF SAVERS® BAG: A NOVEL APPROACH FOR SPARTINA ALTERNIFLORA IN MARSH ECOSYSTEMS RESTORATION <> Poster 

  • Lucieta Martorano, Embrapa Eastern Amazon, Belem -- ECO-AGRO-CLIMATIC CONDITIONS TO EXPANSION OF PALM OIL IN THE STATE OF PARA 

  • Mark McKelvy, U.S. Geolgical Survey, Lafayette, LA -- JOINT ECOSYSTEM MODELING (JEM) STANDARDS-DRIVEN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT: BENEFITING GREATER EVERGLADES AND THE NATION 

  • Martin Melchior, Interfluve, Madison, WI -- MODELS FOR CRANBERRY BOG STREAM AND WETLAND RESTORATION 

  • Lilia del Carmen Mendizábal Hernández, Universidad Veracruzana, Xalapa -- IMPORTANCE OF VARIATION IN FOREST RESTORATION 

  • Laura Moran, ENVIRON International Corporation, Novato, CA -- CLIMATE CHANGE AND SEA LEVEL RISE IMPACTS AT PORTS AND A CONSISTENT METHODOLOGY TO EVALUATE VULNERABILITY AND RISK <> Poster 

  • Bill Precht, Dial Cordy & Associates, Inc, Miami Lakes, FL -- DO THE CARIBBEAN CORALS ACROPORA PALMATA, ACROPORA CERVICORNIS AND THE MONTASTRAEA ANNULARIS SPECIES COMPLEX WARRANT LISTING AS ENDANGERED ON THE ESA: A SCIENCE-BASED EVALUATION FROM THE FLORIDA KEYS

  • Lucila Silva, Brown and Caldwell, Baton Rouge, LA -- STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS 

  • Amanda Stone, W.F. Baird and Associates, Madison, WI -- A SAND BUDGET FOR THE SOUTHWEST SHORE OF LAKE ONTARIO <> Poster 

  • Stuart Trabant, Tetra Tech, Inc., Fort Collins, CO -- KINNICKINNIC RIVER: REHABILITATION IN AN URBAN WATERSHED <> Poster 

  • Nadine Trahan, Gaia Spatial, Baton Rouge, LA -- LINKING MULTI-SCALAR STREAM MONITORING EFFORTS AND ANALYSES WITHIN A BIOPHYSICAL CONTEXT TO INFORM HABITAT RESTORATION 

  • Martin Weber, Stanley Consultants, Minneapolis, MN -- NEW LONDON DAM RECONSTRUCTION <> Poster 

  • James Webster, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, Pendleton, OR -- APPLYING A RIVER VISION TO GUIDE RESTORATION OF TRIBAL FIRST FOODS IN WATERSHEDS OF NORTHEAST OREGON AND SOUTHEAST WASHINGTON USA 

 

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Conference Deadlines

Abstract Submission Deadline:
 - January 7, 2013

 

Notification of Selected Presenters:
 - March 1, 2013

 

Deadline for Presenters to Register & Confirm Participation:
 - April 15, 2013

 

Early Registration Deadline:
 - May 17, 2013

 

Hotel Registration Deadline:
 - June 14, 2013

 

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