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SESSION B
Stream Restoration and TMDL’s

Moderator:  Phillip Todd, RiverWorks
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8:30 am
Are Our Floodplains Connected? Our Understanding of Return Intervals and Implications on Pollutant Load Removal (abstract)
— Robert Siegfried, Whitman, Requardt & Associates, LLP, Richmond, VA
Siegfried’s Presentation

8:50 am
Assessing Stream and Floodplain Restoration in the Eastern USA as a Stormwater Management Best Management Practice (BMP) (abstract)
— Drew Altland, Rummel, Klepper & Kahl, York, PA
Altland’s Presentation

9:10 am
Examining Denitrification Driven by Hyporheic Excahnge in Restored Streams: Examining N Removal Rates Recommended by Chesapeake Bay Expert Panel (abstract)
— Angela Gardner Allen, Wildlands Engineering, Raleigh, NC
Gardner Allen’s Presentation

9:30 am
Stream Restoration Crediting for Meeting Sediment and Nutrient Goals in the Chesapeake Bay (abstract)
— Lisa Fraley-McNeal and Bill Stack, Center for Watershed Protection, Inc., Ellicott City, MD
Fraley’s Presentation

9:50 am
Effective Stream Restoration Techniques for TMDL Reductions (abstract)
— Kathy Hoverman, KCI Technologies, Inc., Richmond, VA
Hoverman’s Presentation

10:10 am       Break

10:30 am
Environmental Design Constructability (abstract)
— Katrina Emery, Environmental Quality Resources, LLC, Arbutus, MD
Emery’s Presentation

10:50 am
Working with Large Rivers
— Josh Gilman, Stantec Consulting, Inc., Charlotte, NC

11:10 am
Stream Restoration in Public Parks: Challenges and Opportunities (abstract)
— Reid Cook, Angler Environmental, Warrenton, VA
Cook’s Presentation

11:30 pm
Test Driving the Bay Program Protocols to Define  Removal Rates of Individual Stream Restoration Projects (abstract)
— Doug Beisch, Williamsburg Environmental Group, Inc., Richmond, VA
Beisch’s Presentation

12:00 pm      Lunch Provided & Drawing for an iPad