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SESSION A
Monitoring; Post-Disaster; Stream Impacts from Resource Extraction; & Stream Restoration Economics

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8:30 am
Effects of Agricultural Restoration Practices on Stream Health in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia
–Bruce Wiggins, Department of Biology, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA

8:50 am
A Decade of Changes – Monitoring Long Term Stability of Stream Restoration
— Bradley Mowbray and Ben Blocher, Gannett Fleming Inc., Baltimore, MD

9:10 am
Turn Your TV to 10: Urban Assessment of Taxa Sensitivity
–Chris Ruck, Fairfax County DPWES, Watershed Assessment Branch, Fairfax, VA

9:30 am
A Post-Disaster Culvert Replacement and Stream Restoration Project for Aquatic Organism Passage in New York
— Kevin Verweire, HDR, Walton, New York

9:50 am     Break

10:10 am
Post-Storm Infrastructure Improvements and Stream Restoration: Three Case Studies
— Thomas A. Graupensperger, Dewberry, Carlisle, PA

10:30 am
Effects Of Watershed-Level Geomorphic and Hydrologic Alterations on Bankfull-Channel Geometry: Observations from The Appalachian Plateau of West Virginia
–Ian Turner, Civil and Environmental Consultants, Inc., Bridgeport, WV

10:50 am
Stream Restoration on Coal Mining Impacted Properties, West Virginia
–Timothy A. Denicola, Civil and Environmental Consultants, Inc., Bridgeport, WV

11:10 am
Cost-Effective Stream Restoration Projects on West Virginia Farms
–Troy Biggs PE, Amec Foster Wheeler, Chantilly, VA

11:30 am

Looking Beyond Ecological Functions to The Value of Ecosystem Services – Stream Case Examples in Greater Houston Region
–Deborah January-Bevers, Houston Wilderness, Houston, TX

11:50 am
Q&A  Discussion

12:00 pm
Lunch Provided