Matt Glazewski with Clackamas County discussed bias-corrected climate modeling methodologies for Oregon.
Rowyn Cooper-Caroselli with Wolf Water Resources discussed the Sandy River logjams and side channel construction at Oxbow Park
Sandy River Logjam at Oxbow Park During Construction
Early Bird registration ends July 16, so sign up now!
The Oregon Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers Environment and Water Resources Group (ASCE-EWRG) and the Oregon Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) is proud to present the 7th Sustainable Stormwater Symposium in Portland, Oregon, a national green infrastructure leader.
The purpose of the Symposium is to provide stormwater professionals an elevated understanding of current sustainable stormwater planning, design, and implementation approaches.
Wednesday, September 25: Sessions from 8:15am – 5pm. Happy hour and poster presentations at 5pm.
Thursday, September 26: Sessions from 8am – 12pm. Lunch at 12pm followed by a bike or shuttle tour of nearby green infrastructure, and culminating with a happy hour at a local brewpub.
Discussing her research on green roofs and green infrastructure
Discussing his extensive experience with permeable pavement
Please see the Conference Program Page for more
For additional information on the Symposium, invited speaker
announcements or general questions please visit the Symposium website at http://www.stormwatersymposium.org or contact
the program coordination team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets are available through eventbrite, here.
We heard a great talk in March from Tim, with eye-opening figures on the number and scale of new dams going in around the world. Below is a link to the slides from his presentation, in case you missed it:
Although the presentation was postponed a week due to snowy/icy weather, we had a great turnout on March 6. Jenn Schmidt and Jess Brown presented on the Vancouver Watershed Health Assessment, focusing on their Burnt Bridge Creek monitoring data and use of GIS based statistical analysis to determine trends. A link to their Vancouver Watershed Health Assessment presentation is below.