F session
Advancements in hydraulic modeling; climate Change;
and post disaster restoration

Advancements in Hydraulic Modeling
1:30 pm     
Small Pond, Big Hazard – Mitigating Dam Removal with Stream Restoration
Joe Arrowsmith and Mike Blose, Straughan Environmental, Inc., Columbia, MD

1:50 pm     
Hydraulic Consideration of Stream Restoration Using the Corridor Model and SRH-2D
Anthony (Tony) Osei, RES, Baltimore, MD

2:10 pm  
Surprising Results of a Two-Dimensional Hydraulic Model of a Combined Sewer Outfall Confluence with Tacony Creek, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Art Wawiernia, P.E., AKRF, Inc., Mount Laurel, NJ

2:30 pm   
Hydrologic and Hydraulic Analysis for Resiliency Design
Scott C. Blossom P.E., CFM, LEED AP, Blossom Consulting and Engineering Inc. (BCE), Williamsburg, VA

2:50 pm    
Break in the Exhibit Hall

Climate Change; and Post-Disaster Restoration
3:10 pm 
Morphological Response of Sucker Branch to the 2016 and 2018 Floods: Lessons Learned from a Flood-Prone Urban Valley 
Ian Turner, P.G., Century Engineering, Inc., Hunt Valley, MD

3:30 pm    
Consequences of Localized Q500+ Storm Events on Newly Installed and Mature Stream Restorations
Steven F. Church, KCI Technologies, Inc., Richmond, VA

3:50 pm     
Where did all this Sand Come From? – Observations from A Recently Constructed Stream Project Near Ellicott City
Katie Talley, Biohabitats, Baltimore, MD

4:10 pm     
Effects of a Changing Climate on Stream Form and Flow Regimes
Dani Wise Johnson, Blueline Environmental

4:30 pm    
Stream Restorations for Improved Resilience and TMDLs
Thomas A. Graupensperger , Dewberry, Mechanicsburg, PA 

4:50 pm