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ADVANCES IN HYDRAULIC MODELING; Climate Change; and Post-Disaster Restoration

Advances in Hydraulic Modeling
8:30 am     
How are you Flying - As a Hobbyist or a Commercial Pilot?
Joshua White, PG, PE, CFM, CPESC, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC), Worthington, OH

8:50 am     
Using 3D Laser Scanning to Measure Bank Erosion – A Pilot Study                                         
Jillian Cole, Stantec Consulting, Towson, MD

9:10 am    
A Live Demonstration of 3D Stream Restoration Design Using AutoCAD® Civil 3D® 2018 Corridors
Nathan Ober, P.G., Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc., Bridgeport, WV

9:30 am     
Floodway Improvements and Habitat Restoration Post-Disaster, Howards Creek, WV
Timothy A. Denicola, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc., Bridgeport, West Virginia

9:50 am   
Modeling 3D Rivers in AutoCAD to Enhance Design and Deliverables
Daniel Ketzer, P.E., Princeton Hydro, Ringoes, NJ

10:10 am    
Break in the Exhibit Hall

Climate Change; Post-Disaster Restoration
10:30 am     
Integrating 360 Degree Technology and ArcGIS to Improve Construction Monitoring and Project Resiliency 
Kerry Bray, PE, Hazen and Sawyer, Raleigh, NC

10:50 am     
Using Aerial LiDAR to Assess Stream Restoration Project Sites
Marla Denicola, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc., Bridgeport, WV

11:10 am
Getting to Stage Zero: A Resilient Approach to Stream Restoration in a Changing Climate  
Scott McGill, Ecotone, Inc., Forest Hill, MD and Kevin Smith, Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Baltimore, MD   

11:30 am     
Hydrologic Characteristics of Bankfull (Floodplain) & Daily Bankfull (Inner Sediment Berm) Discharges in Mid-Atlantic Headwater Streams: Parts of I-A, I-B, and I-C in a series of IV on Inner Berm Characteristics
Thomas J. Garday, River Analyses Inc., Little Rock AR

11:50 am     
50 Shades of Stage Zero: Adapting Innovative Approach to Maryland Streams
Colin McGill, Ecotone, Inc., Forest Hill, MD

12:10 pm     

12:10 pm   
Lunch Provided