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SESSION E
Sediment Reduction

Moderator: Sandra Davis, US Fish & Wildlife Service
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1:30 pm
Stream Restoration as a Nutrient Reduction Practice:  A Test Case of Field-Measured Results vs Predictive Erosion Rates using Chesapeake Bay Program Protocols
–Josh Running, Stantec, Williamsburg VA
Running’s Presentation

2:00 pm
A Turbidity/Suspended Sediment Reduction Strategy for Stony Clove Creek Watershed, Catskill Mountains, NY
–Danyelle Davis, New York City Department of Environmental Protection, Kingston, NY
Davis’ Presentation

2:25 pm
Estimating Sediment Loads from Stream Restoration Construction Practices
–Bob Siegfried, Angler Environmental and Scott C. Macomber, Stormwater Maintenance and Consulting, Hunt Valley, MD
Siegfried & Macomber’s Presentation

2:50 pm
Design-Build Stream Restoration – Design and Permitting Challenges A Case Study:  Upper Little Patuxent River, Howard County Maryland
–Frank A. Bubczyk, Jr., Johnson Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc., Sparks, MD
Bubczyk’s Presentation

3:15 pm     Break

3:30 pm
Challenges Encountered in Stream Restoration Permitting
–Turgay Dabak, Ph.D., P.E., Michael Baker Jr., Inc., Alexandria, VA
Dabak’s Presentation

3:55 pm
Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania: How Many Credits Would Your Stream Mitigation Project Generate?
–Joshua White, PG, PE, CFM, CPESC, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC), Worthington, OH
White’s Presentation

4:20 pm
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
–Adam V McIntyre, Water & Land Solutions, Raleigh, NC and Jarrod J. Karl, Hazen and Sawyer, Charlotte, North Carolina
McIntyre’s Presentation

4:45 pm
Q&A  Discussion

5:00 pm
Adjourn