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SESSION B
Functional Stream Assessment Methodologies

Moderator: Mike Galvin, JMT, Hunt Valley, MD
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8:30 am
Standardizing Aquatic Resource Compensatory Mitigation Crediting in Pennsylvania
–Ray Ewing, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Pittsburgh, PA
Ewing’s Presentation

8:50 am
Adapting the Stream Quantification Tool to Different Regions
–Cidney Jones, PE, CFM, Ecosystem Planning and Restoration, Raleigh, NC
Jones’ Presentation

9:10 am
Use of the BANCS Model to Prioritize Sedimentation-Reduction Projects
–Shaun McAdams, Barton & Loguidice, D.P.C., Lanham, MD
McAdams’ Presentation

9:30 am
Applying the Stream Quantification Tool to Develop Stream Debit Determination Methods
–Will Harman, PG, Stream Mechanics, Raleigh, NC
Harman’s Presentation

9:50 am     Break

10:10 am
Use of Function-Based Stream Restoration Project Process Guidelines for a Stream and Wetland Restoration Project in Charles County, Maryland
–Eric Daley, Princeton Hydro, Annapolis, Maryland
Daley’s Presentation

10:30 am
Using GIS to Identify and Rank Potential Stream Restoration Projects
–Sean Adkins, Vista Design, Inc, Showell, MD
Adkins’ Presentation

10:50 am
The Kentucky Stream and Wetland Umbrella Mitigation Bank
–Case Davis, PE, Beaver Creek Hydrology, LLC, Lexington, KY
Davis’ Presentation

11:10 am
Strategies for Protection and Restoration of NYC Freshwater Streams
–Rebecca K. Swadek, NYC Parks, New York, NY
Swadek’s Presentation

11:30 am
Where is the Science in Stream Restoration?
–Bob Siegfried, Angler Environmental, a RES Company, Richmond VA
Siegfried’s Presentation

11:50 am
Q&A  Discussion

12:00 pm
Lunch Provided