Between balancing the complex physical and biological elements and attaining needed improvements, stream restoration can be challenging.
Join two-time former IECA President Dr. David T. Williams to brush up on your stream restoration basics! In this live two-session presentation, we'll discuss the basic concepts, computations, roles, and techniques of a successful stream restoration project, and how you can put this into action on your team.
Whether new to a stream restoration team or just needing a refresher, this webinar provides an overview of the stream restoration process from development to design. Join Williams as he addresses the major stream restoration design areas and the associated tools, computations, and confirmations, including:
- Fluvial Geomorphology: Stream patterns (meandering, braided, etc.), physical features of meanders, channel evolution, floodplain features, and stream classification
- Hydrology: Determining appropriate design discharge for main channel geometric design and overbanks areas
- Hydraulics and Channel Dimensions: Development of the main channel width, depth and slope
- Back Check of Design: Confirming resulting hydraulics and flow duration meet all objectives
Additionally, we'll discuss the key elements of successful stream restoration projects and team development. Within this discussion, Williams will outline the best practices for developing timelines and project objectives, and for identifiying design team disciplines and expertise requirements. Finally, we'll take a look at how to best interweave these elements in your planning to produce a sound, successful, and sustainable stream restoration project.
Attendees can expect the discussion and education of the following learning objectives.
- Learn the best practices in planning a stream restoration project from beginning to the end.
- Understand the key design areas, computations, and tools in stream restoration.
- Understand how to determine the design discharge.
- Learn how to use regional regression relationships to determine channel dimensions.
- Understand the value and use of biotechnical methods in stream restoration projects.
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* Presentations are scheduled for approximately one hour and 30 minutes with a 15-20 minute question and answer session to follow. Presentation may exceed scheduled time.
* Each state and certification agency has different requirements; it is your responsibility to know what they are. Note that 1 PDH = 0.1 CEU.
* Purchase of this course allows you access to the presentation(s) for 6 months from the order date.