[Fosc] Sausal Creek- Urban River Restoration UC Berk grad presentation

Sara Marcellino coordinator at sausalcreek.org
Tue May 6 22:34:24 PDT 2008


There are a group of grad students presenting at 9:30am on May 10th 
about Sausal Creek if anyone is interested in attending this free symposium.

>Sausal Creek- Urban River Restoration
> >
> > May 10th at UC Berkeley
> >  (Open to the Public & Free)
> >
> > The 4th Annual California Water Symposium
> > Saturday, 10 May,  8:45 a.m.- 2 p.m., Wurster Hall Auditorium,
> > UC Berkeley;  Berkeley, California
> >
> > This symposium presents results from graduate student research in
> > hydrology applied to environmental restoration and conservation in
> > California.  It includes a panel discussion by experienced
> > professionals
> > who comment on the student research papers and the broader themes
> > raised by their results.
> >
> > The symposium begins with a talk by a well known authority on water
> > issues, this year B.J. Miller presents a??Science and Activism:
> > Fish Protection in the  Bay-Delta of Californiaa??.
> >
> >
> > Symposium Schedule
> >
> > 8:45 a.m.  Welcome and Keynote:
> >
> > Science and Activism:  Fish Protection in the Bay-Delta of California
> > B.J. Miller
> >
> > 9:30 a.m.  Graduate Student Research Presentations:
> >
> > Impacts of Urbanization on Peak Flow Using Remote Sensing
> > John Dingman
> >
> > A Watershed Approach to Urban River Restoration:  A Conceptual
> > Restoration Plan for Sausal Creek
> > Teresa Ippolito, Kristen Podolak, Katie Jagt, Tiago Teixeira, Eike
> > Flebbe
> >
> > Unpaving the Way to Creek Restoration:  EU Water Framework Directive
> > in a US Urban Watershed
> > Hong Li and Jane Wardani
> >
> > A Decade of Changes in the Wildcat Creek Flood Control Channel,
> > North Richmond
> > Ben Ginsberg
> >
> > Comparing Perspectives on Dam Removal: York Creek Dam and the Water
> > Framework Directive
> > Justin Lawrence, Josh Pollak and Sarah Richmond
> >
> > 11 a.m.  Coffee Break
> >
> > River Restoration for a Socially and Ecologically Devastated Border
> > City
> > Noah Friedman
> >
> > Land Cover and Channel Form Change Detection in the Okavango River
> > Watershed
> > Yu Ting Huang
> >
> > Mercury and methylmercury in the San Francisco Bay area: land use
> > impacts
> > and indicators
> > Hyojin Kim
> >
> > Accountability in Emerging Forms of Governance:  A Comparison of the
> > California Bay Delta Process and the Water Framework Directive
> > Noelle Cole, Tamar Cooper, Sarah Bickel Di Vittorio, Nuno Oliveira
> >
> > When the levees break:  Relief cuts and flood management in the
> > Sacramento San Joaquin Delta
> > Lindsey Fransen, Jessica Ludy, and Mary Matella
> >
> > 12:45 p.m.  Panel Discussion:  Lauren Hammack (Prunuske Chatahm),
> > Sarah Minick (San Francisco PUC), B.J. Miller
> >
> > The symposium is free and open to the public, but to insure there will
> > be a
> > program and coffee for you, please RSVP to kpodolak at berkeley.edu.
> >
> > Program and abstracts will be posted at
> > http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/WRCA/222_08.html
> >
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