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Pre-Symposium Workshops

TUESDAY – August 28, 2018- TECHNICAL WORKSHOPS

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8:00 AM-5:00 PM       Check-In and Registration (Atlantic Foyer)

 

8:15 am – 12:15 pm    Workshop 1: Freshwater Fish of Florida Identification. Rob Robins, Collections Manager, Florida Museum of Natural History and Co-Author of Fishes in the Fresh Waters of Florida, An Identification Guide and Atlas 2018

 

8:15 am – 12:15 pm    Workshop 2: Algal Identification in the Environment. Dr. Dail Laughinghouse, Assistant Professor and Mr. David Berthold, M.S., Biological Scientist – Applied Phycology, University of Florida/IFAS, Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center This workshop has 4.0 DACS applicator CEUs in aquatic weed control available.

 

8:15 am – 12:15 pm    Workshop  3:  Using Drones in Environmental Applications.  Dr. Serge Thomas, Associate Professor for Environmental Studies, Florida Gulf Coast University, John Troutt, Regional Sales Representative, Xylem Analytics,  and Joe Pitti, M.A., GISP, and Certified Drone Pilot, ESciences, Inc.

10:0010:15 am         MORNING BREAK

12:151:00 pm          LUNCH (provided with full-day Workshop registration)

 2:453:00 pm           AFTERNOON BREAK

 

1:00 pm –5:00 pm       Workshop 4: Invasive Plant Identification and Management. Dr. Lyn Gettys, Assistant Professor – Aquatic and Wetland Plant Science, University of Florida Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center (Workshop will be held at UF/IFAS FLREC Facility, 3205 College Ave., Davie, FL 33314) This workshop has 4.0 DACS applicator CEUs in aquatic weed control available.

 

1:00 pm–5:00 pm      Workshop 5: Stormwater BMP Selection to Maximize Removal of Target Pollutants-Harvey H. Harper, Ph.D., P.E. – President, Environmental Research & Design, Inc.

 

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Selection of Stormwater BMPs to Maximize Removal of Target Pollutants

Harvey H Harper, PhD, PE

 

This workshop is designed to be an interactive forum for professionals responsible for selecting, reviewing, designing, and evaluating stormwater BMPs to remove target pollutants. The workshop will begin with a discussion of common constituents in stormwater runoff and optimum removal processes for each constituent. A detailed evaluation of common and innovative BMPs will be provided which includes the physical characteristics, removal processes and factors impacting pollutant removal, typical pollutants removed, methods to estimate BMP effectiveness, and most appropriate applications. BMP topics include infiltration BMPs, wet detention, dry detention, gross pollutant separators, street sweeping, alum treatment, LID, BMP selection summary and costs, BMPs in series, and common mistakes in BMP selection. The presentation will rely heavily on research projects which demonstrate BMP efficiency, factors impacting BMP effectiveness, improper BMP selection, design errors and recommendations, and maintenance concerns.

 

 

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