Thursday, November 16, 2006: 7:55 AM
Indiana Conv. Center, Room 106, First Floor
322: Symposium--Sediment Pollution from River Bank Erosion: Characterization and Budget: III
Sponsor:S06 Soil & Water Management & Conservation
Presiding:Satish Gupta, Univ of Minnesota, Dept. of Soil, Water, and Climate
7:55 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:00 AMPredicting Channel Erosion in a Lacustrine Basin Using Stream Geomorphology Metrics.
Joe Magner, Univ of Minnesota, Kenneth N. Brooks, Univ of Minnesota, Dept of Forest Resources
8:20 AMModel for Historical Rates of Stream Channel Down-Cutting in the Blue Earth River, Minnesota.
David Mulla, Dept of Soil, Water & Climate, David Bauer, Dept of Soil, Water & Climate
8:40 AMMechanisms of Stream Bank Erosion in Southern Minnesota.
Nathanael Bartholomew, Univ of Minnesota, Satish Gupta, Univ of Minnesota
8:55 AMA GIS-Based High Resolution Flow Channel and Wet Area Mapping Approach for Soil and Water Protection in Forest Operations Planning. 
Paul N.C. Murphy, Forestry and Environmental Management, UNB, Daniel J. Vega Nieva, Forestry and Environmental Management, UNB, Fan-Rui Meng, Forestry and Environmental Management, UNB, Mark Castonguay, Forestry and Environmental Management, UNB, Jae Ogilvie, Forestry and Environmental Management, UNB, Paul A. Arp, Forestry and Environmental Management, UNB
9:10 AMAssessing the Relationship Between Channel Stability, Habitat Quality, and Fish Communities.
Brenda Asmus, Dept of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology, Univ of Minnesota, Joe Magner, Univ of Minnesota, Bruce Vondracek, U.S. Geological Survey, Jim Perry, Dept of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, Univ of Minnesota
9:25 AMQuantifying Fine Sediment Sources in the Northeast Branch of the Anacostia River Using Trace Elements and Radionuclides. 
Olivia H. Devereux, Univ of Maryland, Brian A. Needelman, Univ of Maryland, Karen L. Prestegaard, Univ of Maryland, Jerry C. Ritchie, USDA-ARS Hydrology and Remote Sensing Lab, Allen C. Gellis, U.S. Geological Survey
9:40 AMAdsorbed Heavy Metals and SVOCs in Wadi Secher Channel Banks and Flood Water Draining the Industrial Hovav Complex, Northern Negev Desert, Israel. 
Noa Balaban, Ben-Gurion Uni., Jonathan Laronne, Ben-Gurion Uni., Shimon Feinstein, Ben-Gurion Uni.
9:55 AMDiscussion
10:10 AMAdjourn

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