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SESSION D
Innovative Restoration Design Tolls, Methods &  Adaptations

Moderator:
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8:30 am
Innovative assessment methods and design approaches for restoring a concrete-lined stream channel at Furnace Creek in Anne Arundel County, MD
— James Woods, P.E., Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works, Watershed Protection & Restoration Program,  Annapolis, MD
and Drew Altland, RK&K, York, PA

8:50 am
Using the Scientific Literature to Build a More Natural Step Pool Channel at Klingle Creek, Washington D.C.
— Karen L. Jennings, Anne Arundel County, DPW, Watershed Protection and Restoration Program, Annapolis, MD

9:10 am
Materials Management as a Major Cost Driver in Environmental Restoration Construction, and Analysis of the White Marsh Stream Restoration and Sanitary Sewer Stabilization Project
— Katrina Emery, Environmental Quality Resources, LLC, Millersville, MD

9:30 am
Stream Restoration Problem Solving Using Two-Dimensional Hydraulic Modeling
— Robert Scrafford, P.E., Gannett Fleming, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland

9:50 am     Break

10:10 am
Eco-geomorphology for Stream Restoration:  Using Ecosystem Services to Initiate Positive Feedback Loops and Dynamic Resiliency
— Scott G. McGill, Ecotone, Inc., Forest Hill, MD

10:30 am
The Self-Recovery of Stream Channel Stability in Urban Watersheds Due to BMP Implementation, Carroll County, MD
— Neely L. Law, Center for Watershed Protection, Inc., Ellicott City, MD

10:50 am
Comparison and Use of Aerial and Terrestrial LiDAR for Stream Restoration
— Marla Denicola, Civil & Environmental Consultants Inc., Bridgeport, WV

11:10 am
Regional Curves: Benefits, Caveats, and Pitfalls
— Matthew Leisses, Gannett Fleming, Inc., Baltimore, MD

11:30 am
Lessons Learned – Design to Construction and Beyond
— Benjamin Blocher, Gannett Fleming, Inc., Baltimore, MD

11:50 am
Q&A  Discussion

12:00 pm
Lunch Provided

1:30 pm
Regional Curves Used for Habitat Banking
— Brad Fairley, Stantec Consulting Ltd., Waterloo ON

1:50 pm
Lessons Learned in Planning and Practice: Using “Less is More” as a Sustainable Restoration Approach
— Catherine Hoy, Ecotone, Inc., Forest Hill, MD

2:10 pm
Stormwater to Stream Flow through Surface Storage and Hyporheic Flow
— Joe Berg, Biohabitats, Inc., Baltimore, MD

2:30  pm
Q&A  Discussion

2:40 pm
Adjourn