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SESSION F
Aquatic Species Habitat Restoration & Stream Permitting – Advances and Challenges

Moderator:
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1:30 pm
Benthic Habitat Enhancement + Relocation = Impairment Delisting
— Ward Marotti, WK Dickson, Charlotte, NC

1:50 pm
Effects of Semi-Permanent Structures (HabiTubes & Habi-Mats) on Benthic Populations in Restored Streams
— Thomas E. Dombrowski, Prince William County Public Works, Environmental Services, Prince William, VA
and Patrick Barber, Acer Environmental, LLC., Buford, GA

2:10 pm
Secondary Channel Restoration at Gay’s Point, Hudson River, NY
— Art Wawiernia, P.E., AKRF, Inc., Mount Laurel, NJ

2:30 pm
Fish Passage at Highway Culverts – So Long and Thanks for All the Fish
— Elizabeth Kanner, PE, Stantec, Baltimore, MD

2:50 am     Break

3:10 pm
Photographing Credibility in Your Data: Benefits of Compiling Photographic Reference Collections
— Samantha R. Hockenberry, Gannett Fleming, Inc., Camp Hill, PA

3:30 pm
How Permitting for Stream Impacts Affects Mitigation Choices in Ohio
— Jessica Miller, Atwell, LLC, Independence, Ohio

3:50 pm
Suspended Sediment Disturbance: Wet vs Dry Construction
— David Merkey, PhD, PWS, Straughan Environmental, Inc., Columbia, MD

4:10 pm
Modification of Pennsylvania’s Chapter 105 Approval Process to Address Restoration and Compensatory Mitigation Projects: Lessons Learned from a Watershed Scale Project Review
— David Goerman, Jr., Bureau Waterways Engineering and Wetlands, PA Dept. Environmental Protection, Harrisburg, PA

4:30 pm
Claiborne Run Fish Passage Project: The Battle Between Utilities and Anadromous Fish – Who Wins?
— Travis Crayosky, Stantec Consulting Services, Inc., Williamsburg, VA
and Phillip Todd, River Works, Inc., Raleigh, NC

5:00 pm
Adjourn