2014 Summer Specialty Conference: Integrated Water Resources Management: From Theory to Application
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CONFERENCE OPENING PLENARY SESSION

Monday / June 30 / 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Welcome and Opening Remarks

C. Mark Dunning
President, American Water Resources Association
CDM Smith, Palmyra, VA

John C. Tracy
Conference General Chair
University of Idaho, Boise, ID

Keynote Speakers

Mr. Randy Fiorini, Chair, Delta Stewardship Council
Dr. Peter Goodwin, Lead Scientist, Delta Stewardship Council.
Sacramento, CA

 


Monday / June 30 / 10:30 AM - 12:00 Noon
Concurrent Sessions 1, 2, 3

SESSION 1: Groundwater I

Moderator - Daniel Wendell
The Nature Conservancy, Sacramento, CA

Collaboration and Science Drive Martis Valley Groundwater Management Plan - Steven Poncelet, Truckee Donner PUD, Truckee, CA
Finding Viable Groundwater Storage Locations by Integrating Local Field Knowledge and Modeling in the Yakima River Basin, WA - Jennifer Johnson, Bureau of Reclamation, Boise, ID
Monitoring Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems in the Great Basin from Space and Clouds - Justin Huntington, Desert Research Institute, Reno, NV (co-authors: C. Morton, K. McGwire, R. Allen, N. Gorlick, D. Thau, A. Joros)
The Challenge of Sustainable Groundwater Management in California - Daniel Wendell, The Nature Conservancy, Oakland, CA (co-author: M. Hall)

Moderators:
Carolina Balazas
(University of California, Davis, California)
Maria Herrera (Community Water Center, Visalia, California)

Disadvantaged Community Outreach Evaluation Study - Mike Antos, Council for Watershed Health, Los Angeles, CA (co-author: N. L. C. Steele)
Engaging Disadvantaged Communities in Water Planning in Eastern California - Holly Alpert, Inyo-Mono Integrated Regional Water Management Program, Mammoth Lakes, CA (co-authors: W. M. Drew, R. Kattelmann)
IRWM and Environmental Justice: Reflections from on-the-Ground - Jeanette Pantoja, California Rural Legal Assistance, Salinas, CA
Social Learning in an Environmental Justice Context: A Case Study of Integrated Regional Water Management in California - Carolina Balazs, University of California-Davis, Davis, CA (co-author: M. Lubell)
IRWMP in the Eastern Coachella Valley: An Overview on the DAC Community Outreach - Sergio Carranza, Pueblo Unido CDC, La Quinta, CA

Moderators:
Michael E. Campana
(Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR)
Pramod Pandey (University of California-Davis, Davis, CA)

Incorporating Water Resource and Watershed Management Principles into Local Capacity Building for the Long-term Management of WASH Systems through the Circuit Rider Methodology - Braimah Apambire, Desert Research Institute, Reno, NV (co-authors: E. Toledo, T. Wellman)
Case Studies of Integrated Water Resources Management in Certain Project Areas of World Vision Ethiopia - Bismark Norgbe, World Vision, Washington, DC (co-authors: G. Begashaw, A. Asmare, R. Lambisso, B. Apambire)
A Remote Pump Monitoring System - Tony Beers, Collaboratory for Strategic Partnerships and Applied Research, Mechanicsburg, PA (co-authors: S. Weaver, B. Nejmeh, A. Lutz, J. Thomas)
Developing a Three-Dimensional Hydrogeologic Framework for Water Management in northern Ghana, West Africa - Shannon Holt, Desert Research Institute, Reno, NV (co-authors: A. Lutz, D. Berger, B. Saga, K. Boih-Addo, B. Apambire, J. Thomas)


Monday / June 30 / 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Concurrent Sessions 4. 5, 6


SESSION 4: Groundwater II

Moderators:
Daniel Wendell
, The Nature Conservancy, Sacramento, CA
Michael E. Campana, Oregon State University, Corvalis, OR

Controls on Nitrate Concentrations in Groundwater in a Claypan Watershed in Missouri - Fengjing Liu, Lincoln University of Missouri, Jefferson City, MO (co-authors: O. Al-Qudah, J. Yang)
IWRM and Groundwater: Have the Twain Met Yet? - Michael Campana, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
Combined Geophysical Methods for Mapping Infiltration Pathways at the Aurora Water Aquifer Recharge and Recovery Site - Cameron Jasper, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO (co-authors: A. Revil, J. Selker, M. Karaoulis, D. Mao, P. Kessouri)
Synthesis of Diverse Data in Developing a Decision Tool for Initiating ASR Recovery - Jessica Bolson, Wharton Risk Management and Decision Process Center, Philadelphia, PA (co-authors: K. Morris, Mike Coates)

SESSION 5: Defining IWRM

Moderator - Carol Collier
Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA

Water Research Foundation - Past, Present and Future Support for IWRM - Jennifer Warner, Water Research Foundation, Denver, CO (co-author: J. Y. Whitler)
The Genesis and Evolution of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) - Gerald Sehlke, University of Idaho, Idaho Falls, ID
Integrated Water Resources Management: ?The Emperor's New Clothes or Indispensable Process? - Michael Campana, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

Moderator - Braimah Apambire
Desert Ranch Institute, Reno, NV

Collaboration in Watershed Management and Conservation - Sarah Sparker, Millennium Water Alliance, Washington, DC (co-author: S. Dundon)
WASH and Freshwater Conservation: Practical Examples of Challenges and Opportunities of Addressing the Nexus - Janet Edmond, Conservation International, Arlington, VA (co-authors: C. Sorto, S. Davidson, J. Sauer, D. Warner, M. Dettmann, J.Platt)
The IWRM - WASH Nexus: The Case of the Northern Ghana Hydrogeological Assessment Project - Ben Ampomah, Ghana Water Resources Commission, Cantonments, Accra, Ghana
Collective impact for sustainable Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Services in Ghana: The Integrated Water Resources Management factor - Vida Duti, IRC-Ghana, Cantonments, Accra, Ghana (co-authors: B. Y. Ampomah, E. Gaze, B. Apambire)

Monday / June 30 / 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Concurrent Sessions 7, 8, 9

Moderators/Panel

Mark Drew, Eastern Sierra Regional Manager, California Trout, Mammoth Lakes, CA
Lisa Beutler, Executive Facilitator, MWH, Sacramento, CA
Holly Alpert, Program Manager Inyo-Mono IRWM, Mammoth Lakes, CA
Judith Talbot, Independent Facilitator,
Ryan Christensen, Bristlecone Media

Join us for a premier of a Documentary highlighting the importance of water to eastern Sierra communities. Produced in partnership with the Inyo-Mono Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) Program, California Trout, and Bristlecone Productions, the film draws the connections between water, people and the local landscapes, and features work with disadvantaged communities. The documentary will be presented in the first 25 minutes with an interactive, moderated discussion of key points and how the ideas presented apply in the broader integrated water management world.

The Inyo-Mono (IRWM) program is comprised of a broad array of stakeholders throughout California's Inyo and Mono Counties as well as stakeholders from northern San Bernardino and Kern Counties. More than thirty public, private and not-for-profit entities actively work towards the goal of establishing and implementing an IRWM Plan for Inyo and Mono Counties. The effort has engaged federal, state, and local government; resource and water agencies; non-profit and conservation organizations; Native American tribal organizations; educational organizations; business interests; agriculture and ranching groups; and individuals having vested interests in how water is managed in eastern California.

The mission of the Inyo-Mono IRWM Program is "to research, identify, prioritize, and act on regional water issues, and related social and economic issues, so as to protect and enhance our environment and economy. Working together, we create and implement a regional water management plan that complies with applicable policies and regulations and promotes innovative solutions for our region's needs."

SESSION 8: Economics

Moderator - Gerald Sehlke
University of Idaho, ID

'Benefits vs. Budgets': Evaluating Scenarios of Watershed Investment - Daniel Auerbach, TNC/Cornell, Ithaca, NY (co-authors: H. Tallis, A. Flecker)
Hydro-Economic Optimization for Agricultural Productivity using Bayesian Estimates - Daeha Kim, Utah State University, Logan, UT (co-author: J. Kaluarachchi)
Integrated Hydro-Economic Modeling of a Regulated River System - John Tracy, IWRRI - University of Idaho, Boise, ID (co-authors: R. D. Schmidt, G. Taylor, J. Johnson)
Natural Instrastructure in the Colorado River Basin: Keeping Water in the River for the River's Sake - Corrine Cooley , Earth Economics, Tacoma, WA (co-authors: Z. Christin, J. Pittman)

Moderator - Michael E. Campana
Oregon State University, Corvalis, OR

The Universities WASH Consortium: Mobilizing the US Academic Community - Braimah Apambire, Desert Research Institute, Reno, NV (co-author: M. E. Campana)
Conceptualizing Integrated Water Resources Management from Integrated Community Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Facility Design-Lessons Learned from Haiti - John Akudago, Samaritan's Purse, Boone, NC (co-authors: C. Toussaint, J. A. Jean)
IWRM and Potable Water Systems in Rural Honduras - Michael Campana, Ann Campana Judge Fdn, Corvallis, OR (co-authors: R. Lopez, A. del Cid Vasquez)
Applying IWRM to WASH Projects - Case Study in Burkina Faso - Danielle Valiquette, ONE DROP, Montreal, QC, Canada

 

Tuesday / July 1 / 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Morning Plenary Session

Introduction

John C. Tracy
Conference General Chair
University of Idaho, Boise, ID
Keynote Speakers

Dr. Levi D. Brekke, US Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, CO

Gary B. Bardini, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA


Tuesday / July 1 / 10:30 AM - 12:00 Noon

Concurrent Sessions 10, 11, 12

Moderator - Jeff Payne
MWH, Sacramento, CA

Panel:
Rusty Jardine, District Manager, Truckee-Carson Irrigation District, Fallon, NV
Arlan Nickel, Basin Study Manager, Bureau of Reclamation, Mid-Pacific Region, Sacramento, CA
Shawn Stoddard, Senior Reousrce Economist-Truckee Meadows Water Agency, Reno, NV
Ali Shahroody, Consultant to Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe (Invited), (Stetson Engineers), NV

The Truckee River begins as the sole outlet from Lake Tahoe and flows 121 miles northeast into the Great Basin, where it empties into Pyramid Lake. The 3,060 square miles of the Truckee Basin contain a microcosm of the problems facing western water use: changing land and water uses, urban development in the floodplain, threatened endangered species restoration, and water quality concerns. The 'closed' nature of this basin creates a zero-sum water supply environment that amplifies scarcity: because the river terminates at a lake instead of an ocean, changes in water use by any one entity have an easily measurable effect on the resources of others. Overlaying this already complex set of issues are climate change, economics and multi-jurisdictional responsibilities. This assembled panel with representatives from Reclamation and the largest municipal, agricultural, tribal users in the Truckee Basin will discuss their perspectives on the current challenges, future uncertainties, and efforts being taken to reduce or avoid imbalances in supply and demand in the Truckee Basin. Presented as a facilitated open discussion, the session will allow the audience to probe into the approaches formulated for the Truckee Basin, and how they might be adapted or applied across other geographies.

Objective:
Provide the audience with multiple perspectives on:

  • The history and outlook for Truckee River waters
  • Challenges and "wildcards" in meeting those goals
  • Expectations and actions being pursued by various parties to meet goals and manage the "unknown unknowns"

SESSION 11: Floods and Droughts

Moderator - Wayne Wright
GeoEngineers, Inc., Seattle, WA

Chehalis River Flood Hazard Reduction: Building IWRM from Diversity - Paul Pickett, WA State Dept. of Ecology, Olympia, WA
Drought Resiliency: Integrated Water Resources Planning at the South San Joaquin Irrigation District - Jeff Shaw, Stantec Consulting Services, Inc., Rocklin, CA
Riverside's Custom Water Supply Index for Denver Water - Providing Timely Information - Lisa Wade, Riverside Technology, Inc, Fort Collins, CO (co-author: N. Elder Title)
When it Rains it Pours - Integrating Flood Management in a Thirsty State - Terri Wegener, Program Manager, Statewide Integrated Flood Management Planning, CA Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA (co-author: L. Beutler)
SESSION 12: IWRM in China

Moderator - Andrew Fang
Kieser & Associates, LLC, Kalamazoo, MI

Investments in People or Technology: A Case Study of Public Participation in the Remediation of Dian Lake in Yunnan, China - Andrea Carson, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR (co-author: B. Tilt)
From Concept to Selective Implementation: A Comparative Study of Communities' Experiences of IWRM in the Shiyang River Basin, Northwest China - Helen Haiyan Yu, University of Oxford, Oxford, Great Britain (co-authors: M. Edmunds, A. Lora-Wainwright, D. Thomas)
Integrated Watershed Management to Sustain Urbanizing Panlong River Basin - Le Zhang, Yunnan Academy of Economy, Kunming, YN, P.R. China, (co-author: T. O. Randhir)


Tuesday / July 1 / 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Concurrent Sessions 13, 14, 15

SESSION 13: Climate Change

Moderator - Wayne Wright
GeoEngineers, Inc., Seattle, WA

Planning for an Uncertain Future in Bozeman, Montana: An IWRM Case Study - Mark Anderson, CH2M HILL, Portland, OR (co-author: N. Weisenburger)
Robust Decision Making as a Tool for Climate Change Adaptation - Ben Wright, Hazen and Sawyer, Baltimore, MD (co-authors: G. Pyke, D. Groves, D. Yates, D. Purkey)
Sea Level Rise Compels Florida Coastal Surface Water Supply to Develop Sustainability Model - Kevin Morris, Peace River Manasota Regional Water Supply Authority, Lakewood Ranch, FL (co-authors: M. Coates, R. Montgomery)
The Triple Bottom Line: Integrating Land Use, Flood protection and Water Resource Management Planning - John Moynier, Dewberry, Roseville, CA

Moderator - Yung-Hsin Sun
MWH Global, Sacramento, CA

Building Collaborative Capacity for Integrated Water Management: Regional Governance Arrangements in California's Integrated Regional Water Management Process - Esther Conrad, University of California-Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
Development of a Water Management Tool for Alabama: An Integrated Modeling Approach - Walter Ellenburg, University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL (co-authors: J. Cruise, R. McNider, K. Doty, D. Moss, C. Handyside)
Integrated Water Resources Management in the State of Nebraska - Amy Zoller, Nebraska Department of Natural Resources, Lincoln , NE
What is the Potential for IWRM in the Practice of Water Management in Arizona? - Sharon Megdal, University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center, Tucson, AZ

Moderator - Laura Porter
Clean Water Services, Inc., Hillsboro, OR

Application of a Micro-scale Integrated Watershed Management Strategy in the Sierra Gorda of Guanajuato Biosphere Reserve, Mexico - Ryan Jensen, Colorado State University, Arvada , CO (co-author: M. Laituri)
Education and Outreach Strategies Employed to Better Inform Interested Parties About the Walker Basin Restoration Program in Western Nevada - Elmer Bull, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Yerington, NV
The Role of NASA in Integrated Water Resource Management: Facilitating Interagency or Multilateral Collaboration with Applied Research Grants - Christine Lee, NASA Earth Science Division, Applied Sciences Program, Washington, DC (co-author: B. Doorn)
Water Access Challenges on Tribal Lands - Loretta Singletary, University of Nevada-Reno, Reno, NV (co-author: S. Emm)


Tuesday / July 1 / 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Concurrent Sessions 16, 17, 18

Moderator - Mahesh Pun
Nebraska Dept. of Natural Resources, Lincoln, NE

A Municipalities Approach to IWRM Using Multi-objective Optimization in a Generalized Decision Framework - Enrique Triana, Colorado Spring Utilities, Colorado Springs, CO (co-authors: L. Basedekas, N. Stewart)
Bringing IWRM to the Big Apple: Implementation of New York City's Operations Support Tool - W. Joshua Weiss, Hazen and Sawyer, P.C., Baltimore, MD (co-authors: G. W. Pyke, K M. Cwalina, J. H. Porter)
Designing the NYC Operations Support Tool to Meet the Needs of Multiple Users - Anthony Pulokas, HydroLogics, Inc., Portland, OR (co-authors: J. Porter, G. Pyke, J. Weiss, S. Lebherz)
Integration of Multiple Forecasting Techniques in the NYC Operations Support Tool - Anthony Pulokas, HydroLogics, Inc., Portland, OR (co-authors: J. Porter, L. Wang, M. Thiemann, J. Schaake, D. Sheer)

Moderator - Wayne Wright
GeoEngineers, Inc., Seattle, WA

Developing a Web-Based National Weather Service Hydrologic Decision Support Service Tool for Water Resources Management - Paul McKee, NOAA/NWS/WGRFC, Fort Worth, TX (co-authors: T. Clark, C. Pieper, G.P. Shelton)
Groundwater and Surface Water Interactions at Pond and Plug Restoration Sites in the Northern Sierra Nevada Mountain Range - Karly Wagner, University of Nevada-Reno, Reno, NV (co-authors: S. Swanson, A. McMahon, J. Huntington)
Santa Ana River Watershed Assessment Tool - Mark Norton, Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority, Riverside, CA
Monitoring of Stream Response to Integrated Water Resource Management in a Low Density Residential Watershed in New Zealand - Marjorie van Roon, School of Architecture and Planning, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

Moderator - Lisa Beutler
MWH Global, Sacramento, CA

10 Years of Successful IWRM Collaboration Among Urban and Rural Partners for Watershed Health in Washington County, Oregon - Laura Porter, Clean Water Services, Hillsboro, OR (co-authors: B. Roll, R. Hunter)
Effective Education and Outreach are Critical to the Success of IWRM - Loretta Singletary, University of Nevada, Reno Cooperative Extension, Reno, NV
Integrated Water-Resources Management vs. Nexus vs. Basin Scale - What Has Been Learned from Past Experiences - 'Top-Down or Bottom Up' Approaches - Timothy D. Steele, TDS Consulting Inc., Denver, CO (co-authors: J. R. Kunkel, S. Nepal, G. Madariaga, L. Quinn)
Lessons Learned in IWRM Implementation - Carol Collier, Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA


Wednesday / July 2 / 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Concurrent Sessions 19, 20, 21


Moderator - Yung-Hsin Sun
MWH Global, Sacramento, CA

Comparing Three Water Resource Management Projects in the Pacific Northwest: Achieving the Goals and Principles of IWRM - Chad Krofta, Cardno ENTRIX , Seattle, WA (co-authors: C. Miller, E. Harlow)
Columbia River Treaty Review: Collaborations in Wildlife Impact Assessments - Lisa Danielski and Devin Malkin, HDR Engineering, Bellevue, WA and Jim Fodrea, HDR Engineerng, Boise, ID
A Tale of Two Basins - Can IWRM be Applied to the Trans-basin Water Diversion Between the Rogue and Klamath Basins of Oregon? - Wayne Wright, GeoEngineers, Inc., Seattle, WA
A Confluence of Influences: A Qualitative Analysis of the Driving Factors of the Success of the Yakima River Basin Integrated Water Resource Management Plan - Aldric Ulep, Stanford University, Pearl City, HI

Moderator - Michael Davidson
Davidson Consultant, Altadena, CA

Microtopography, Soil Moisture and BMPs: Resource Management of Public Lands in Idaho - Mark Corrao, University of Idaho, Moscow, IDA (co-authors: J.U.H. Eitel, T. E. Link, R. Heinse)
Predicating Water Resources in Snowmelt-Driven Watersheds Using the Flow Duration Curve Method - Daeha Kim, Utah State University, Logan, UT (co-author: J. Kaluarachchi)
Towards Better Management of Water Resources in the Humid Andes: Tracer-Based Identification of Runoff Generation Sources - Giovanny Mosquera, Department of Biological and Ecological Engineering, Oregon Stat, Corvallis, OR (co-authors: P. Lazo, R. Colleri, P. Crespo)
Assessing the Impacts of Climate Seasonality pn Water Borne Pathogen Levels - Pramod Pandey, University of California-Davis, Davis, CA (co-author: M. Soupir)

Moderator - Laurel Saito
University of Nevada, Reno, NV

A Regional Ecological Risk Assessment of the Kaipara Harbour using the Relative Risk Model - Pooja Kanwar, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT (co-authors: B. Bowden, S. Greenhalgh)
PWS Quantification Mechanisms for IWRM in Peru - Andrew Fang, Kieser & Associates, LLC, Kalamazoo, MI (co-author: M. Kieser, J. Allerhand)
Water Resource Management in the Middle Olifants Region, South Africa: Water Supply Modelling and Capacity Building through the Serious Game Aqua Republica - Anna Zabel, DHI-WASY GmbH, Berlin, Germany (co-authors: B. Monninkhoff, R. Timmermann)
Source Water Protection For Drinking Water Production: A European River Memorandum - Peter Stoks, RIWA, Nieuwegein, Netherlands (co-author: I. Brüning)

Wednesday / July 2 / 10:30 AM - 12:00 Noon
Concurrent Sessions 22, 23, 24


Moderator - Lisa Beutler
MWH Global, Sacramento, CA

Panel:
John Woodling, Executive Director, Regional Water Authority, Citrus Heights, CA
Robert Swartz, Principal Project Manager, Regional Water Authority, Citrus Heights, CA
Thomas Gohring, Executive Director, Water Forum, Sacramento, CA
Jeanna Long, RMC, Sacramento, CA

The American River Basin (ARB) is situated in the greater Sacramento region, as well as parts of Placer, and El Dorado Counties. The ARB Integrated Regional Water Management Plan (IRWM) helps implement the region's vision for responsibly managing water resources to provide for the lasting health of its community, economy, and environment. The ARB IRWM Process is considered a model for California. The ARB has successfully paired about $70 million in state and federal grants with local funds to implement dozens of projects with integrated benefits. After more than two decades of regional collaboration on IRWM, the ARB has much to share with others seeking to implement successful IRWM to ensure sustainable resources. This session, presented primarily as a Case Study, examines the ARB IRWM from its roots to efforts today.

Key Topics include:

  • Starting the Collaborative Process - the Sacramento Area Water Forum
  • Developing IRWM Capacity - the Regional Water Authority
  • Building an IRWM Planning Framework - Balancing Community, Economy and Environment
  • Tools for Ongoing Collaboration and Improving Planning Integration
  • Successes and Challenges - Past, Present, Future

SESSION 23: Science and IWRM II

Moderator - Tim Steele
TDS Consulting, Inc., Denver, CO

Evaporative Flux Estimates for Riparian and Open Water Systems With Satellite Derived Surface Energy Balance and Aerodynamic Methods - Ryan Liebert, Desert Research Institute, Reno, NV (co-authors: J. Huntington, C. Morton, S. Sueki, K.Acharya, R. Jasoni)
Integrated Assessment of Land Use Land Cover and Climate Change Impacts on Water Quantity and Quality in Suasco Watershed System - Ammara Talib, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, MA (co-author: T. Randhir)
Using Models to Assess the Use of Halophytic Plants for Sustainable Agriculture and Water Resources - Laurel Saito, University of Nevada Reno, Reno, NV (co-authors: T. DeRuyter, R. Nowak, K. Toderich, J. Jeong, C. Rossi)

Moderator - Peter Stoks
RIWA, Nieuwegein, Netherlands

Analyzing Local-Scale Water Conflicts in IWRM - Jacob Hileman, University of California-Davis, Davis, CA (co-authors: P. Hicks, R. Jones)
The Effectiveness of IWRM as a Tool for Reducing Poverty in LDCs - Michael Davidson, Davidson Consultant, Altadena, CA
Using Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) to analyze the real cost Water Peace Treaties in the Middle East - Nir Becker, Tel Hai College, Upper Galilee, Israel (co-author: F. A. Ward)
Integrated Water Resources Management in the State of Qatar, Opportunities and Challenges in 2014 - Frank Winslow, Schlumberger, Doha, Qatar


Wednesday / July 2 / 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Concurrent Sessions 25, 26, 27

 

Moderator - Esther Conrad
University of California, Berkeley, CA

A Multi-Ownership Pilot Concept to Address Landscape Management - Vincent Corrao, Northwest Management, Inc., Moscow, ID
Integrated Regional Water Management in the Southern Sierra - Owen Kubit, Provost & Pritchard Consulting Group, Clovis, CA (co-authors: D. Norman, B. Kamansky)
Rogue River Project ESA Consultation - IWRM in Disguise - Wayne Wright, GeoEngineers, Inc., Seattle, WA
Integrated Water Resource Management for a full System - Headwaters to Downstream Destinations - John Kingsbury, Executive Director, Mountain Counties Water Resources Association, Placerville, CA (co-author: L. Beutler)

SESSION 26: Water Quality

Moderator - Jae Ryu
University of Idaho, Boise, ID

Application of LID for Runoff and Non-Point Source Control - Jae Ryu, University of Idaho, Boise, ID (co-author: K. Jungjin)
Characterizing NPS pollution associated with land use change at Kyoung-An Watershed, Korea - Jungjin Kim, University of Idaho, Boise, ID (co-author: J. Ryu)
Developing an Approach for Integrated Evaluation of Water Quality and Ecological Conditions at Lake Tahoe, CA-NV - Alan Heyvaert, Desert Research Institute, Reno, NV (co-authors: J.E. Reuter, S. Chandra, S.G Schladow, R. Susfalk)

SESSION 27: Tools and Modeling

Moderator - Greg Pohl
Desert Research Institute, Reno, NV

Integrated Water Management Modeling in Nebraska - Mahesh Pun, Nebraska Department of Natural Resources, Lincoln, NE
Modeling Reservoir Operations to Address Ecosystem Impacts at Shasta Lake - Laurel Saito, University of Nevada Reno, Reno, NV (co-authors: J. Sapin, B. Rajagopalan, D. Kauneckis, R. B. Hanna, K. Clancey, C. Svoboda)
The Value of Integrated Hydrologic Modeling for Water Resource Management: Tahoe Basin Case Study - Seshadri Rajagopal, Desert Research Institute, Reno, NV (co-authors: J. L. Huntington, R.G. Niswonger, M. Gardner, C. G. Morton, D. M. Reeves, G. M. Pohll)
Statewide Water Planning - Doubling down on California IWRM - Kamyar Guivetchi, Manager, Statewide Integrated Water Management, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA (co-author: L. Beutler)