Wednesday, November 15, 2006: 7:55 AM
Indiana Conv. Center, Room 106, First Floor
290: Symposium--Sediment Pollution from River Bank Erosion: Characterization and Budget: II
Sponsor:S06 Soil & Water Management & Conservation
Presidings:Satish Gupta, Univ of Minnesota, Dept. of Soil, Water, and Climate
Jerry C. Ritchie, USDA ARS Hydrology and Remote Sensing Laboratory
7:55 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:00 AMAmelioration of Bank Erosion: Some Lessons Learned from the Upper Midwest. 
Stanley W. Trimble, UCLA
8:30 AMAnthropogenic Effects on River Bank Stability in a Smectitic Terrain, Red River of the North.
Donald P. Schwert, Department of Geosciences
9:00 AMBank Erosion as a Geomorphic Process: Dynamic Interactions between Channels, Banks, and Floodplains.
Joan L. Florsheim, Geology Department, Brian A. Pellerin, USGS, Brian Bergamaschi, USGS, Peter J. Hernes, Land, Air, and Water Resources
9:30 AMThe Role of Streambank Erosion in Watershed Sediment Yields and Development of Sediment TMDLs. 
Andrew Simon, USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory, Eddy Langendoen, USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory, Ron Bingner, USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory
10:00 AMBreak
10:15 AMAirborne Lidar Measurements of Streambank and Gully Erosion. 
Jerry C. Ritchie, USDA ARS Hydrology and Remote Sensing Laboratory
10:40 AMSediment Contributions from River Bank Sloughing in Southern Minnesota.
Satish Gupta, Dept. of Soil Science, David Thoma, National Park Service, Nathanael Bartholomew, University of Minnesota
11:05 AMThe Answer is in the Lakes: A New Application of Pb-210 for Fingerprinting Riverine Suspended Sediments. 
Shawn P. Schottler, St. Croix Watershed Research Station, Daniel Engstrom, St. Croix Watershed Research Station
11:30 AMInvestigation of Watershed Sediment Sources for Perry Lake, Kansas.
Kyle E. Juracek, U.S. Geological Survey, Andrew C. Ziegler, U.S. Geological Survey
11:55 AMLunch
1:00 PMImpacts of Prehistoric Agricultural Landscapes on Changes in Stream Channels in Mexico and the Southwest. 
William E. Doolittle, University of Texas
1:25 PMLinking Downstream Sediment Quality to Upstream Channel Erosion: the Yalobusha River Basin and Grenada Lake, MS. 
Sean J. Bennett, University at Buffalo
1:50 PMBank Erosion and Associated Sedimentation Dynamics along the Regulated Lower Roanoke River, NC. 
Cliff R. Hupp, U.S. Geological Survey, Daniel E. Kroes, U.S. Geological Survey, Jean Richter, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
2:15 PMField and Laboratory Verification of Seepage Erosion Sediment Transport Models.
Garey Fox, Oklahoma State Univ, Glenn Wilson, USDA-ARS, Nat'l Sedimentation Lab., Andrew Simon, USDA-ARS Nat'l Sedimentation Lab.
2:40 PMBreak
2:55 PMSeepage Erosion Induced Streambank Failure: Experimental and Numerical Analysis.
Glenn Wilson, USDA-ARS, Nat'l Sedimentation Lab., Garey Fox, Oklahoma State University, Andrew Simon, USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory
3:15 PMStream Bank Erosion in Low Order Streams in Midwestern Agricultural Landscapes. 
Richard Schultz, Iowa State Univ., George Zaimes, Univ. of Arizona, Thomas Isenhart, Iowa State Univ., Keith Schilling, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Leigh Ann Long, Iowa State Univ., Mustafa Tufekcioglu, Iowa State Univ., Jason Palmer, Iowa State Univ., Kris Knight, Iowa State Univ., David Heer, Iowa State Univ.
3:35 PMAssessing the Impact of Riparian Buffer Systems on Streambank Stability Using the CONCEPTS Channel Evolution Model. 
Eddy J. Langendoen, USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory
3:55 PMDiscussion
4:00 PMAdjourn

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