AWRA's highly successful series of six webinars, based
on the organization's seminal IWRM
Case Studies Report, is now available in archive form.
Each webinar archive contains audio and video recordings,
in addition to powerpoint presentations.
Webinar 1 - Classic
IWRM: The Delaware River Basin Commission
Webinar 2 - IWRM
in Practice: Planning in Washington's Yakima River Basin
and Texas Agricultural Water Conservation
Webinar 3 - Tools
of IWRM: Palouse Basin and St. Johns River Water Management
Webinars may be accessed individually or as a set.
AWRA Member Access: $0.00. Email Christine@awra.org
for FREE access to the complete IWRM Webinar Series Archive
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Series Archive for FREE.
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for $140.00 (All 6 webinars for the price of 5!)
$25.00. Purchase individual webinars from the series
for $25.00 each.
IWRM Webinar Topics and Speakers
Classic IWRM: The Delaware River Basin Commission
A detailed discussion of the Delaware River
Basin Commission Case Study, led by DE River Basin Commission
Executive Director and current AWRA National President Carol
Collier and moderated by OSU Professor of Hydrology and
Water Resources Michael Campana. A brief history of IWRM
by Ari Michelsen and the Case Studies report by John Wells
will also be given.
Michelsen - is a professor and Resident Director of
The Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center
at El Paso. His research includes studies on the effectiveness
of agricultural and residential water conservation programs,
water markets and prices, impacts of endangered species
water acquisition programs, air and water quality regulatory
impacts and decision support systems for river basin resource
management and water policy analysis in the U.S., China,
John Wells - is the Strategic Planning Director for
the Minnesota Environmental Quality Board, a Governors
interagency forum for coordinating state environmental
policy, plans, and programs. He enjoys finding ways to
help people integrate the management of water across issues,
agency boundaries, and levels of government.
Collier - is Executive Director of the Delaware River
Basin Commission (DRBC), an interstate/federal compact
organization involved in the planning, management, and
regulatory authority for water quantity and quality.
IWRM in Practice: Planning in Washington's Yakima River
Basin and Texas Agricultural Water Conservation
Detailed discussions of the Yakima River Basin
(inaugural winner of AWRA's IWRM Award) and Texas Agricultural
Water Conservation Case Studies, led by Andrew Graham, HDR
Engineering and David Doerfert, Texas Tech University, with
Michael Campana moderating.
Graham - leads integrated water planning services
for HDR Engineering's Washington State operations. He
holds a master's degree in public policy from Harvard
University. His areas of activity include municipal
water system planning, water conservation, watershed
planning and water policy studies.
Doerfert - teaches courses in agricultural communications
(i.e. magazine development, crisis communications, knowledge
management) at the undergraduate and graduate levels
in the Department of Agricultural Education & Communications
at Texas Tech University.
Webinar #3: Tools
of IWRM: Palouse Basin and St. Johns River Water Management
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Members that would like to view the
Webinar #3 archive should contact Christine@awra.org
Michael Campana Oregon State University
Beall - Washington State University who will speak
on "IWRM in the Palouse Basin, WA-ID"
Watt - St Johns Water Management District, Palatka,
FL who will speak on "An Overview of the
St. Johns River Water Management District Water Supply
Bourget is an engineer with the U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers' Institute for Water Resources. She works
on flood risk management activities and on furthering
the field of collaborative modeling for decision support,
a deliberate integration of public participation processes
with adaptable computer modeling tools.
Werick is a water resources planner who spent more
than 30 years of his career with the U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers. During the 1990's, he worked with Richard
Palmer to develop Shared Vision Planning (SVP), a type
of Collaborative Modeling which combines systems planning
and systems modeling with active stakeholder involvement.
Since then, he has applied SVP to a number of large,
complex projects both in the U.S. and internationally.
Webinar 5: Strategic
IWRM: Implementation at the State Level in Oregon and California
Bateman, is the Senior Public Policy Coordinator for
the Oregon Water Resources Department, where she served
as Project Manager in the development of Oregon's first
Integrated Water Resources Strategy - adopted in August
2012. She is also Chair of AWRA's Policy committee and as
such has led the development of a series of water resource
policy statements (adopted and posted on-line by AWRA's
Board of Directors), as well as the 2012 set of case studies
focused on Integrated Water Resources Management, from which
this webinar series was created.
Mucken is the policy coordinator for Oregon's Integrated
Water Resources Strategy. She has spent the last nine years
working for the Oregon Water Resources Department in various
positions, including permitting, water right transfers,
and water use measurement and reporting.
Beutler, Lisa Beutler is Executive Facilitator-Mediator
for the Integrated Water Management Portfolio at MWH, a
global engineering firm. Prior to this position she served
for 10 years as the Associate Director of the Center for
Collaborative Policy (CCP), at Sacramento State. She is
nationally recognized for leading complex, high profile
collaborative projects on a broad spectrum of public policy
subjects including water, land use and recreation and technology
including collaboration related to Geographical Information
Systems. She was the lead facilitator for both the 2005
and 2009 California Water Plan Update processes, and is
now assisting with the next update.
Webinar 6 - IWRM
Lessons Learned: A Wrap-up of this Series
Stakhiv, is currently a lecturer at Johns Hopkins University
and Visiting Scholar at the Army Corps of Engineers Institute
for Water Resources. He has worked at the Corps' Institute
for Water Resources for 30 years, and for the last decade
has been a Senior International Water Advisor.
He has also served internationally as first co-chair for
IPCC-I Water Resources and Hydrology Committee, was a Lead
Author for IPCC-II and IPCC-III, and has been a senior advisor
to the water ministeries of several developiong countries.
Sehlke - Recently retired after 26 years at Idaho National
Laboratory, Jerry worked as advisory scientist in water
related research and development, regulatory compliance,
environmental restoration, water resource policy and planning,
ground water monitoring and water resources protection program.
His most recent focus has been on the nexus between policy/law
and science. Jerry is also a Past President of the American
Water Resources Association
Currently, he is completing a PhD in Water Policy and Law
at the University of Idaho, where his dissertation is focused
on "A Conceptual Model for Developing and Implementing