Headwater Streams and Post Disaster Restoration

Moderator:  Drew Altland, RK&K

1:30 pm
Multiple Limiting Factors and Restoration of Brook Trout Populations in a WV Watershed (abstract)
–J. Todd Petty and Brock Huntsman, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV
Petty’s Presentation

1:50 pm
Design Criteria for Restoring Headwater Mountain Streams (abstract)
— Will Harman, Stream Mechanics, Raleigh, NC
Harman’s Presentation

2:10 pm
Understanding the Processes that Cause Headcutting and Gully Formation in Headwater Streams in the Eastern USA and Discussion of Potential Methods for Stabilization of Streams Impacted by Headcutting (abstract)
— Larry Trout, A. Morton Thomas and Associates, Newark, DE
Trout’s Presentation

2:30 pm
Headwaters Stream Restoration in the Inner Coastal Plain (abstract)
— Daniel Taylor, Wildlands Engineering, Inc., Raleigh, NC
Taylor’s Presentation

2:50 pm
Utilizing Innovative Design Solutions to Achieve Stream Channel Restoration and SSO Consent Decree Implementation Objectives for a Large Suburban Wastewater Collection System (abstract)
Josh Birk, PE, LEED AP, CPESC, CPSWQ, PMP and Jason Hussey, PE, LEED AP, Black & Veatch Corporation, Lake Oswego, OR
Hussey’s Presentation

3:10 pm        Break

3:30 pm
Constructability, Cost Effectiveness, and Sustainability of Stream Restoration Methods and Practices; A Contractor’s Perspective (abstract)
–Scott McGill, Ecotone, Inc., Forest Hill, MD
McGill’s Presentation

3:50 pm

4:10 pm
Coquelin Run Emergency Stream Repair (abstract)
— Russ Dudley, Tetra Tech, Inc., Fairfax, VA
Dudley’s Presentation

4:30 pm
Suburban Stream Restoration and Infrastructure Protection Post Tropical Storm Lee (abstract)
by Matt Leisses, Buchart Horn, Inc., York, PA
Liesses’ Presentation

5:00 pm        Adjourn

5:30 pm       Light Reception at Tir Na Nog