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Monday, 24 June 2019
7:00am-6:30pm
8:00am-5:00pm
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Session Chair: Andrus Hernandez Session Chair: Jennifer Bountry, USBR Session Chair: Brian Cluer, NOAA; Colin Thorne, Consultant; Sue Niezgoda, Gonzaga U.; Paul Powers, Consultant
8:00am-12:00pm
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Session Chair: Fauwaz Hanbali and Matthew McPherson, HEC Session Chair: Timothy Randle, USBR Session Chair: Blair Greimann, USBR Session Chair: Gary Johnson, USGS; Greg Koltun, USGS; John Gray, Consultant Session Chair: Allen C. Gellis and Lillian Gorman Sanisca, USGS
1:00pm-5:00pm
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Session Chair: Molly Wood, USGS; Tim Straub, USGS; Roger Kuhnle, USDA ARS; Rob Hilldale, USBR; James Selegean, USACE Session Chair: Gary W. Brunner, Cameron T. Ackerman, USACE Session Chair: Stanford Gibson, USACE Session Chair: Michael Bartles, USACE
6:00pm-7:30pm
Tuesday, 25 June 2019
7:00am-5:30pm
8:00am-9:00am
9:00am-9:30am
9:30am-12:00pm
12:00pm-1:30pm
1:30pm-3:00pm
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Session Chair: Angela Duren, USACE and Keil Neff, USBRSnowmelt Simulation Enhancements within HEC-HMSMichael Bartles; Dr. William Scharffenberg; Dr. Michael FollumAdvances in Snowmelt Modeling in the MidwestAnn Banitt; Emily Moe; Kevin Denn; Carrie VuyovichA Modified Temperature-Based Method to Spatially Simulate Frozen Ground within GSSHA and HEC-HMSMichael Follum; William Scharffenberg; Jeffrey NiemannFlood-inundation mapping of steep, gravel desert stream in Death Valley National Park, CaliforniaChristopher Morris; Toby Welborn Session Chair: Diane Guthrie, USDA and Mark Hall, NRCSMilitary Disturbance Tool in the Automated Geospatial Watershed Assessment (AGWA) Tool for Management of Military LandsLainie Levick; Haiyan Wei; Shea Burns; Philip Guertin; David GoodrichUpdating the Curve Number Method for Rainfall Runoff EstimationRichard H. Hawkins; Tim Ward; Donald E. WoodwardThe Impact of Small Ponds on Streamflow Response and Sediment Yield: A Colorado Case Study.D. Phillip Guertin; David Goodrich; I. Shea Burns; Lainie Levick ; Haiyan Wei; Jane Patel; Carl UnkrickThe evaluation of stormwater runoff to recharge groundwater for use at Fort IrwinBen Olimpio; David Goodrich; Stephen Kraemer; Lainie Levick; Phil Guertin Session Chair: Jerry Bernard, Retd NRCS and Katherine Norton, USGSAssessing the Precision and Accuracy of Particle-Size Analysis with a Laboratory Laser-Diffraction AnalyzerKatherine NortonCapturing Lead-Contaminated Sediment from a River Using a Side Channel TrapJoe CollumThrough Ice Bed Material Sampling to Determine Main Channel Bed Material Gradation on a Large Seasonably Turbid RiverRyan Kilgren; Bill Fullerton; Renee Vandermause Session Chair: Jonathan Laronne, BGU and Kurt Spicer, USGSAnalysis of suspended sediment concentrations during flash flood events on the Arroyo de los PiñosJonathan Laronne; Kyle Stark; Daniel Cadol; David Varyu; Madeline RichardsInitial bedload flux results from flash floods in the Arroyo de los Piños, NMDaniel Cadol; Kyle Stark; Jonathan Laronne; Madeline Richards; David VaryuApplication of Dimensionless Sediment Rating Curves to Predict Suspended-Sediment Concentrations, Bedload, and Annual Sediment Loads for Rivers in MinnesotaChristopher Ellison; Joel Groten Session Chair: Yong Lai, USBR and Stanford Gibson, USACEAutomating the Classification of Hysteresis in Event Concentration-Discharge RelationshipsScott Hamshaw; Doug Denu; Maike Holthuijzen; Safwan Wshah; Donna RizzoA particle Tracking Model for Predicting the Mass and Location of the Plumes and Depositional Areas of Oil-Particle-Aggregates (OPAs) in Rivers after an Oil SpillDavid Soong; Zhenduo Zhu; Faith Fitzpatrick; Marcdelo Garcia; Tatiana GarciaUncertainty in Sediment Transport Balance Estimates using Sediment Load and River Transect DataRobert MussetterUsing HEC-WAT and HEC-RAS-Sediment to the Evaluate the Effect of Hydrologic Uncertainty on Bed EvolutionStanford Gibson; William Lehman ; Michael Koohafkan; Daniel Pridal Session Chair: Gregory Morris, Consultant and Jon Hendrickson, USACEUnderstanding the environmental parameters that influence reservoir sedimentationMelissa Foster; Blair Greimann; Vincent BenoitFactors Controlling Reservoir Sedimentation Rates in the Little Washita River Experimental Watershed, OklahomaDaniel Moriasi; Jean Steiner ; Sara Duke; Patrick Starks; Alan VerserEffects of Bank Stabilization on Regional Sediment Management (RSM)Aaron Williams; John ShelleySurrogate streamgage, snowmelt, and sedimentation rates to provide design parameters for a high hazard dam rehabilitation alternatives.Nathaniel Todea
3:00pm-3:30pm
3:30pm-5:00pm
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Session Chair: Ann Banitt, USACE and Chandra Pathak, USACEFlood Potential in the Southern Rocky Mountains Region and BeyondSteven YochumPawnee Dam IDF Update and Stage-Frequency Curve Development Using RMC-RFAJennifer Christensen; Josh MelligerUsing Multiple Methods to Estimate Frequency Hydrology for Shasta DamFrank Dworak; Keil Neff; Amanda StoneImproved flow frequency techniques with frequency-based storms and Bulletin 17CKatherine Werner Session Chair: David Ramirez, USACE and Joseph Lange,NRCSLeveraging Relationships and Agency Products: InFRM – Interagency Flood Risk ManagementJerry CotterThe InFRM Hydrology Assessments for Large River Basins in TexasHelena MosserIntegrated hydrologic modeling of the Salinas River for sustainable water managementJoseph Hevesi; Wesley Henson; Randall Hanson; Scott BoyceSediment Production and Delivery from Unpaved Roads: A Little-recognized but Significant Sediment SourceLee MacDonald; Gabriel Sosa-Pérez Session Chair: James Selegean, USACE and Faith Fitzpatrick, USGSInstream Sources of Suspended Sediment and Phosphorus from an Agricultural Tributary to the Great LakesFaith Fitzpatrick; James Blount; Leah Kammel; Sarah Francart; Allen Gellis; Barbara EikenberryA comparison of five different methods for validating sediment yield to reservoirs in the Great LakesJames Selegean; Mark Baskaran; Carol Miller; A Kumar; Travis Dahl; John Barkach; Fatemeh Babakhani; Calvin CreechTracking Phosphorus and Sediment Sources and Transport from Fields and Channels in Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Priority WatershedsTanja Williamson; Faith Fitzpatrick; Diana Karwan; Randall Kolka; Edward Dobrowolski; James Blount; Ethan Pawlowski Session Chair: Molly Wood, USGS and, Keelan Jensen, WESTStrategic Directions of the USGS Water Mission Area’s Fluvial Sediment Science ProgramMolly Wood; Tim StraubFISP: What's new in samplers and measurement technologiesTim StraubComparability of River Suspended-Sediment Sampling and Laboratory Analysis MethodsJoel Groten; Gregory Johnson; Christopher EllisonInvestigation of Suspended-Sediment Concentration in the Mississippi River using LISST and Remote Sensing Surrogate MethodsAmanda Cox; Megan Martinez Session Chair: Jianchun Huang, USBR and Baha Abulnaga, Splitvane Engineers Inc.Rational alternative to linear excess shear stress formulation for modeling fluvial erosion in noncohesive bank materials mobilized as bedloadDavid Waterman; Kory Konsoer; Marcelo GarciaModelling Dynamic Bank-Erosion Processes to Evaluate Impacts of Flow Regulation and to Develop Flow Metrics based on Magnitude and Duration of Flows Above Erosion ThresholdsAndrew Simon; Jennifer Hammond; Kimberly ArtitaModeling Bank Migration on the Missouri River with HEC-RAS: A Calibrated HEC-RAS/BSTEM ModelMichael Koohafkan; Stanford Gibson; Daniel Pridal; Paul BoydStreambank erosion assessment in the Catalpa Creek in MississippiJohn Ramirez-Avila; Tim Schauwecker; Joby Czarnecky; Sandra Ortega-Achury; Eddy Langendoen Session Chair: Timothy Randle, USBR and Daniel Moriasi, USDALinkages Between Sedimentation Regimes and Erosion During Streambed Drawdowns in a Flood-control Reservoir in the Oregon CascadesMackenzie Keith; Laurel StrattonErodibility Characteristics of Cohesive Sediment Deposits in a Large Midwestern Reservoir and Implications for ManagementJohn Shelley; Robert WellsCherry Creek Pressure Flushing AnalysisKent Collins; Paul Boyd; John Shelley; Daniel Dombroski; Blair GreimannImproving Sediment Management in the Cowlitz Falls Hydropower FacilityAchilleas Tsakiris; Casey Kramer; Brad Hall; Jose Vasquez; Joe First
5:30pm-7:00pm
6:30pm-8:30pm
Wednesday, 26 June 2019
7:00am-5:30pm
7:15am-8:15am
8:30am-10:00am
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Session Chair: Marcela Politano, U IOWA and Cameron Ackerman, USACEApplication of a Markov Chain Monte Carlo Sampler to Infer Parameter Uncertainty Distributions Using HEC-HMSAngela Duren; Brian Skahill; William ScharffenbergExtreme Weather In Iowa and Midwest June 2018 - May 2019Antonio Arenas; Chad Drake; Daniel Gilles; Nathan Young; Iris BrennerEVALUATION OF FLOOD MITIGATION STRATEGIES IN AN AGRICULTURAL WATERSHED IN IOWA USING PHYSICALLY-BASED MODELINGAntonio Arenas; Marcela Politano; Maral Razmand; Larry WeberHydrologic Hazard Curve Development for Final Design and Risk AssessmentKeil Neff; Frank Dworak; Amanda Stone Session Chair: Lea Adams, USACE and Gary Brunner, USACEUS Army Corps of Engineers’ Corps Water Management System (CWMS) Overview Session: HEC Watershed System Decision ToolsChan Modini; Matthew McPhersonUS Army Corps of Engineers’ Corps Water Management System (CWMS) Team Forecasting Session: HEC Watershed System Decision ToolsChan Modini; Fauwaz HanbaliCWMS National Implementation PlanChristopher Dunn; Cory WindersHEC-WAT: A Planning Tool for WatershedsLea Adams, P.E.; Will Lehman Session Chair: J. Toby Minear, CU and Melissa Foster, USBRMulti-decadal geomorphic evolution in a volcanically disturbed river system—relative significance of vertical versus lateral adjustments and their impacts on sediment deliveryJon Major; Shan Zheng; Adam Mosbrucker; Colin Thorne; Kurt Spicer; Tami ChristiansonAN ASSESSMENT OF A LiDAR-BASED APPROACH FOR ESTIMATING REGIONAL HYDRAULIC GEOMETRY RELATIONSHIPS FOR THE SOUTHERN DRIFTLESS AREA OF THE MIDWESTChristopher HaringEffects of Dikes Systems on Channel Morphology of the Lower Mississippi RiverCasey Mayne; David Biedenharn; David May; Kathleen StaebellField-scale sediment feed flume: upper Santa Ana River, CaliforniaScott Wright; Toby Minear Session Chair: Daniel Wren, ARS and Jena Huntington, USGSScooping-Induced Bias of Physical Bedload Measurements and a Recommended Solution for Pressure-Difference Bedload SamplersDavid Pizzi; Michael PierceFacilities, Data, and Analytical Methods Used to Derive Sand- and Gravel-Trapping Efficiencies for Four types of Pressure-Difference Bedload SamplersJohn Gray; Gregory Schwarz; Jonathan Czuba; Kyle Strom; Panayiotis DiplasBedload traps and Helley-Smith samplers collect different transport rates and particle sizes of gravel bedloadKristin Bunte; Kurt Swingle; Robert Ettema; Steven Abt; Dan CenderelliMobile Bed Discharge GagingStephen Brown Session Chair: Blair Greimann, USBR and Scott Hamshaw, UVMUDevelopment of a Fully Unsteady Flow Sediment Transport Model for the Mississippi River below Tarbert LandingTravis Dahl; Stanford Gibson; Christopher Nygaard; Ronald HeathSediment Routing Study and Impacts Analysis of USACE Management of the Missouri River, 1994-2014Miles Yaw; Robert MussetterKansas River 1-D HEC-RAS Sediment Transport ModelAaron Williams; John ShelleyMiddle Rio Grande and Tributaries Numerical Sediment Routing Study, Cochiti Dam to Elephant Butte ReservoirMiles Yaw; David Pizzi; Jonathan AuBuchon; Ryan Gronewold Session Chair: Paul Boyd, USACE and Machenzie Keith, USGSProjected Changes in Sedimentation at Seven USACE Reservoirs on the Southern PlainsAriane Pinson; Pierre Julien; Bryan Baker; Kathleen WhiteNational Drought Resilience Partnership Data CollectionBryan Baker; Ariane Pinson; Sean Kimbrel; Kate White; Amanda Waller Walsh; Paul BoydComparing Reservoir Sediment Yield, Depletion, and Sustainability within the Missouri River BasinDaniel Pridal; Paul Boyd; Larry MorongEvaluating Post-Wildfire Impacts to Cochiti Lake Flood-Risk Management: Las Conchas Wildfire, New MexicoMarielys Ramos-Villanueva; Ian Floyd; Ronald Heath; Stephen Brown; Stephen Scissons Session Chair: Renato Amorim, DNIT and Calvin Creech , USACECOMBINED FLUVIAL GEOMORPHOLOGY, SEDIMENT TRANSPORT AND HYDRODYNAMIC MODEL OF NAVIGATION IMPROVEMENT DESIGNS ON THE MADEIRA RIVER, BRAZILCalvin Creech; Stanford Gibson; Ana Luisa N.A. Osorio; John Hazelton; Renato Souza Amorim; Timothy LauthNAVIGATION & ECOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT OF LARGE WOOD ON THE MADEIRA “WOOD” RIVER, AMAZONAS BASIN, BRAZILZachary Corum; Renato Amorim ; Calvin Creech Development of a Navigation Channel Coincident Probabillity Method for improving Navigation Reliability in a Reservoir Backwater Influenced River, Tocantins, BrazilWilliam Veatch; Matthew Dircksen; Calvin Creech; Renato AmorimDevelopment and Use of Hydraulic Modeling for a Navigation Project in a Reservoir Backwater Influenced RiverMatthew Dircksen; Calvin Creech; Renato Amorim; William Veatch; Ana Luisa N.A.O. Castañon
10:00am-10:30am
10:30am-12:00pm
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Session Chair: Cary Talbot, USACE and Peter Robichaud, FSDevelopment of a multi-agency, short-term, operational forecast model for the Niagara RiverTim Calappi; Katherine Labuhn; Drew Gronewold; Alison MacNeilImproving Seasonal Forecasting to Support Operational Decision-Making and Policy within Bureau of Reclamation Service AreasDagmar Llewellyn; Flavio Lehner; Andy Wood; Angus Goodbody; Florian PappenbergerOvercoming the challenge of initial parameter estimation for event-based hydrological models (HEC-HMS)Luciana Cunha; David Curtis; Travis Stanford; Jerry CotterImplementation of HEC-RTS for Rapid Flood Forecasting and Online MappingBarnard Mondal; Rosa Smith; Martin Teal; Rand Allan; David Smith Session Chair: Chris Dunn, USACE and Henry Hu, WESTRiver and Reservoir Operations using RiverWare within the Corps Water Management System (CWMS)David Neumann; Edith Zagona; Jennifer Short; Marc Sidlow; Matt Wunsch; John HunterThe Arkansas River Basin RiverWare ModelTodd Vandegrift; Shane Coors2-D HEC-RAS modelling to visualize Aquatic Fishery Habitat (Rio Grande Silvery Minnow) with a Suitability Index; Potential for Habitat Restoration Adaptive Management and MonitoringAubrey Harris; Eric Gonzales; Jennifer Bachus; Nathan HolsteAquifer Characteristics for Predicting Groundwater TableUsing van Deemter's AnalysisMathias Römkens Session Chair: Scott Wright, USGS and Mark Hall, USDAComparison of gravel transport rates in mountain streams for normal (Q1.5) high-flow eventsKristin Bunte; Kurt Swingle; Steven Abt; Dan Cenderelli; Robert EttemaTracking the Riverbed’s Response to Channel Mining on the Lower Missouri RiverHeather Shaughnessy; John ShelleyMeasuring Fluvial Sediment Transport with Tracer StonesD. Nathan BradleyInterpreting flux-based sediment budgets in a habitat context: Linking precise temporal-resolution measurements of sediment flux to spatially robust characterization of channel changeChristina Leonard; David Topping; Ronald Griffiths; John Schmidt Session Chair: Robert Hilldale, USBR and James Rigby, USDAAcoustic sediment surrogate measurements for high sediment flux: case study at Koshibu sediment bypass tunnelTakahiro Koshiba; Tetsuya SumiLISST-ABS Testing and Time-Series Sediment AcousticsTim StraubMonitoring the Transport of Sediment in an Ephemeral StreamDavid Varyu; Jonathan Laronne; Daniel Cadol; Robert Padilla; Tony Lampert; Kyle Stark; Stephen Scissons; Jonathan AuBuchon; Yaniv Munwes Session Chair: Robert Mussetter, Tetra Tech and Chi Bui, USBRDynamic Dam Breaches: Predicting sediment laden dam breach flood wave propagation for future conditions using FLO-2DBrent Travis; Michael Gerlach; Brian WahlinDam-break flows of water-granular mixtures: A numerical studyNuttita Pophet; Altinakar Mustafa; Yavuz OzerenModeling sediment deposition effects on dam breach propagation: A HEC-RAS investigation using Sim-RAS softwareBrent Travis; Gyan Basyal; Brian WahlinMonitoring and Modeling a Reservoir Sediment Flush on a Sand-bed River in Northern NebraskaNathaniel Schaepe; Paul Boyd Session Chair: Jon Fripp, USDA and Kent Collins, USBRReservoir Sediment Management: Building a Legacy of Sustainable Water Storage ReservoirsTimothy RandleOPTIMIZING HYDROPOWER FACILITY OPERATIONS VIA ACOUSTIC SEDIMENT MONITORINGAchilleas Tsakiris; Andre Zimmermann; Dawson Meier; Anthony ReynoldsManagement of Global Reservoir Sedimentation: An Evaluation of RESCON 2 BetaChristopher Garcia; Rollin HotchkissIt can be a dirty job - How the NRCS deals with sedimentationJon Fripp; Karl Visser; Claudia Hoeft Session Chair: Calvin Creech, USACE and Renato Amorim, DNIT

Panel Presentation with Six Panelists. Topics include:

1.  Lower Mekong Initive and Technical Exchanges - Paul Boyd, USACE Omaha District

2.  Brazil Navigation and Integrated Water Resources Program - Calvin Creech, USACE Mobile District

3.  Perspectives on International Training Programs - Stanford Gibson, USACE, Hydrologic Engineering Center

4.  International Practices and Standards in Data Collection - Molly Wood, USGS, National Sediment Specialist

5.  Joint Research and Development Programs, - Travis Dahl, USACE Engineer Research and Development Center

6.  Perspectives from International Partner - Renato Amorium, DNIT, Brazil

Moderated Panel Discussion with Questions and Answers

12:00pm-1:30pm
1:30pm-3:00pm
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Session Chair: Luciana Cunha, WEST and Brad Bird, USACEForecast-Informed Reservoir Operations: Lessons Learned From A Multi-Agency Joint Research and Operations EffortCary Talbot; Marty Ralph; Jay JasperseForecast Informed Reservoir Operations Using Ensemble Streamflow Prediction for a Multi-Purpose Reservoir in the Russian River WatershedChris Delaney; John Mendoza; Robert Hartman; Jay Jasperse; Martin Ralph; Cary TalbotManaging uncertainty in reservoir operations using ensemble inflow forecastsCaleb Erkman; Shane Coors; Dave WathenPredicting Post-fire Hillslope Erosion and Small Watershed Response with Online Interfaces Using WEPP TechnologyPeter Robichaud; Mariana Dobre; Roger Lew; William Elliot; Erin Brooks; Mary Ellen Miller; Dylan Quinn Session Chair: Don Frevert, Retd USBR and Chan Modini, USACEThe Upper Rio Grande Water Operations Model: One river, two countries, three states, and 20 years of multi-agency collaborationJesse Roach; Marc Sidlow; Nabil Shafike; Carolyn DonnellyModeling the Truckee River Operating Agreement as a basis for Stakeholder NegotiationAnthony Powell; Thomas ScottTrinity River Basin Dam Safety Analysis with HEC-WATLea Adams, P.E.; Will Lehman Session Chair: Jon Major, USGS and Amanda Cox, SLUPotential for the SWOT Mission and Large Field Datasets to Advance Fluvial Geomorphology and Applied Hydraulics: Exploring New Use CasesJustin Toby Minear; Tamlin M. Pavelsky; Michael DurandInterpreting topographic change on the lower American River in CaliforniaMatthew Weber; Chris Bowles; Chris Hammersmark; Tom Gohring; Dan TibbittsExperimental investigation of channel curvature and sediment supply controls on the morphology and surface grain sorting of meandering gravel-bed riversRyan Brown; Peter NelsonRiver channel modification and evolution alters hydraulic connectivity in the Atchafalaya River Basin and impacts vulnerability to sea-level rise.Daniel Kroes; Richard Day; Charles Demas; Yvonne Allen; Steven Roberts Session Chair: Roger Kuhnle, USDA and Daniel Cadol, NMTUMeasured Bedload (ISSDOTv2) and Modeled Bedload (AdH) Comparison on the Mississippi RiverKeaton Jones; David Abraham; Tate McAlpinDevelopment of a Simple Spreadsheet Approach for ADCP Data Post Processing, Visualization, and AnalyticsBradley PalmerAcoustically derived sediment fluxes: an acoustic-index to channel-average concentration approachDan Haught; Jeremy VendittiSound localization for Sediment-Generated Noise (SGN) measurementJames Rigby; Daniel Wren; Praveen Panickar Session Chair: Travis Dahl, USACE and Ronald Heath, USACEModeling Mississippi River dredging strategies after the lock closure at Upper St. Anthony FallsAlex NelsonSedimentation Analysis and Dredging Optimization of Mayo Lake Hydropower Intake ChannelDragi Stefanovic2-D Modeling of Sediment Transport in Arkansas River at W.D. Mayo Lock and DamAndrey Shvidchenko; Brad HallUse of a gridded runoff routing flow model to estimate sedimentation and dredging burdensElissa Yeates; Ahmad Tavakoly; Gregory Dreaper; Shahab Afshari; Kenneth Mitchell Session Chair: Daniel Pridal, USACE; and Brett Palmberg, USACE Balanced Sediment Throughput Reservoir DredgingDouglas RaittLAHAR FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT FOR MUD MOUNTAIN DAM ON THE WHITE RIVER BELOW MT. RAINIER, WASHINGTON STATEKarl Eriksen; Brendan Comport; Zachary Corum; Kenneth BrettmannOffsetting Patillas Reservoir Storage Decline by Conjunctive Use of a Coastal Aquifer, Salinas, Puerto RicoGregory Morris Session Chair: AIH, AAWRE, EWRIHydrologists, Get Certified! Informational Presentation on Professional Hydrologist (PH) Certification and Hydrologic Technician (HT) CertificationJamil Ibrahim
3:00pm-3:30pm
3:30pm-5:00pm
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Session Chair: William Veatch, USACE and Frank Dworak, USBRPecos River – New Mexico Basin Study – Development of Future Hydrology StorylinesLucas Barrett; Dagmar LlewellynExtremes of Opportunity? A generalized approach to identify intersections between changing hydrology and water management.Erin Towler; Dagmar Llewellyn; Lucas Barrett; Maryam Pournasiri Poshtiri ; Rick YoungWater Supply Viability of Lake Tahoe Under Modified Climate ConditionsMichael Coleman; Shane Coors; Greg Pohll; Seshadri Rajagopal; Justin HuntingtonImpact of within Storm Intensities trends on Huff CurvesLeili Gordji; James V. Bonta; Mustafa S. Altinakar Session Chair: Brian Skahill, USACE and David Curtis, WESTFlood Inundation Mapping Cadre Process and Procedures used by the USACE’s Modeling, Mapping, and Consequence Production Center (MMC)Wesley CrosbyStrategies for Improving Accuracy and Efficiency in Emergency Flood Inundation ModelingStephanie BellHurricane, Florence Shows Us A Need For a New Classification System to Categorize Flooding and DamagesFrank ReckendorfDetermining Extreme Flows using Entropy TheoryAaron Byrd; Drew Loney; Joseph Gutenson; Edward Race Session Chair: Kristin Bunte, CSU and Heather Shaughnessy, USACEThe Mississippi River Geomorphology & Potamology Program: Improving Understanding of Rivers by Combining Data Collection, Modeling, and Geomorphic AnalysisJames Lewis; Ty Wamsley; Travis Dahl; David Biedenharn; Jack Killgore; Catherine MurphyHickman Hardpoint Potamology Study Mississippi River RM 921Roger Gaines; David Biedenharn; Heidi Wadman; Jesse Mcninch; Jarrell Smith; Anthony PriestasGeomorphic Trends of the Mississippi River Revealed by Specific Gage Records and Channel Geometry ChangesDavid Biedenharn; Travis Dahl; Charles LittleLake Providence to Old River Geomorphology AssessmentWaleska Echevarria-Doyle; David Biedenharn; Charlie Little Jr. Session Chair: Joseph Bell, USGS and Paul Boyd, USACEUsing Hydrologic Indices to Continuously Estimate Sediment and Mercury ConcentrationsAlexandra EtheridgeAutomated High-Resolution Static Imaging Analysis of Low-mass Suspended SandDaniel Gooding; Katherine NortonRECENT ACOUSTIC BEDLOAD MONITORING FIELD EXPERIMENTS USING HYDROPHONESMathieu Marineau; Scott Wright; David Gaeuman; Chris Curran; Kyle Stark; Jason SiemionMeasuring suspended sediment in sand-bedded rivers using down-looking acoustic Doppler current profilersMolly Wood; Ricardo Szupiany; Justin Boldt; Tim Straub; Marian Domanski Session Chair: John Shelley, USACE and Dragi Stefanovic, HDRIsleta Island Removal Project: Interpretation of Four Years of Post-Construction Monitoring Observations Compared to Design-Phase 2D Hydraulic and Sediment Transport Model Results and Lessons LearnedWalt Kuhn; Jessica Tracy; Cody WalkerBlue River Fish Barrier: 2-D Numerical Hydraulics and Sediment Transport ModelingCaroline Ubing; Michael SixtaHydraulic Assessment of Notched River Training Structures near Island 63 on the Lower Mississippi RiverEdmund Howe; Roger GainesPhysical Changes to Fish habitat resulting from river training structure constructionEdward Brauer Session Chair: Doug Shields, cbec eco engineering and Meg Jonas, Retd USACEThe Stream Evolution Triangle: integrating geology, hydrology, and biologyJanine Castro; Colin ThornePartnering with Nature’s River Restorers for Sustainable River ManagementColin Thorne; Janine Castro; Matthew JohnsonEvaluating and Developing Multi-Purpose Riverine Projects: An Example from the Middle Rio GrandeJonathan AuBuchon; Robert PadillaGeomorphic response to gravel injection, channel restoration and peak flows in Clear Creek, CA.Aaron (Smokey) Pittman Session Chair: Jim Barton, Retd USACE
6:30pm-8:00pm
(Tuscany #6)Session Chair: Jim Barton, Retd USACE
Thursday, 27 June 2019
7:00am-5:30pm
7:15am-8:15am
8:30am-10:00am
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Session Chair: Matt Romkens, Retd ARS and Andrew Simon, Cardo Inc,.Development of the White Mountain Moraine System in New Hampshire and Its Proposed Extension into Vermont, USAJohn Moore; David JohnsonChanges in Hydrology and Suspended-Sediment Transport in the Mississippi River Basin over the Past CenturyAndrew Simon; Kimberly Artita; Stephen Darby; Julian Leyland; Gail SimonArea of Prairie (Pimple) Mounds in Central Arkansas and Implications for Irrigated AgricultureChristopher (Chris) King; Richard VaughtReservoir Sedimentation: Impacts on Water Management and SustainabilityDavid Wegner Session Chair: Drew Loney, USACE and Frank Engel, USGSRisk Informed Inundation MappingDavid CurtisHydrologic Risk Analyses for Willamette River Basin DamsChris Bahner; Angela DurenA Spatial Analysis of Extreme Precipitation in the Columbia River BasinBrian Skahill; Angela Duren; Luciana Cunha; Chris BahnerEffectively Utilizing Stochastic Hydrologic Loadings for Risk Analysis and Risk-Based DesignAmanda Stone; Walter Heyder; Jonathan East; Keil Neff; Frank Dworak; Joseph Wright; Subhrendu Gangopadhyay Session Chair: David Williams, DTW and Gregg Hudson, NRCSFluvial Geomorphology in an Arid Environment: A Case StudyDavid WilliamsDeriving Fluvial Geomorphic Metrics from LiDAR TerrainsMichael Dougherty; Christopher Haring; Charles TheilingThe geography of fluvial geomorphic hazards in river corridorsJoel Sholtes; Michael Blazewicz; Katie JagtTHE ROLE OF DYNAMIC ICE-BREAKUP ON BANK EROSION AND LATERAL MIGRATION OF THE MIDDLE SUSITNA RIVER, ALASKARenee Vandermause; Mike Harvey Session Chair: Tim Straub, USGS and Mathieu Marineau, USGSPatterns in gravel bedload transport from impact plates in a laboratory flumeDaniel Wren; Roger Kuhnle; Robert HildaleBedload sampling to support surrogate technology (impact plate) calibration following Elwha River dam removal, Olympic Peninsula, WA.Aaron (Smokey) Pittman; Robert HilldaleFinal Calibration of the Elwha Impact Plate SystemRobert Hilldale; Wayne Carpenter; Smokey PittmanCalibration of the Swiss plate geophone system at the Albula field site with direct bedload samples and comparison with controlled flume experimentsTobias Nicollier; Dieter Rickenmann; Arnd Hartlieb Session Chair: Nate Bradley, USBR and Drew Loney, USACEPredicted Sediment Transport for Operations at Nolichucky DamMartin Teal; Filippo Bressan; Curtis JawdyNumerical 1D sediment modeling of the lower 1,000 miles of the Mississippi River to improve dredging efficiencyJustin Giles; James Lewis; Ron CopelandDetermination of Sediment Transport Pathways from Placement Sites within Pool 11 of the Upper Mississippi River SystemLucie Sawyer; Tahirih Lackey; Anton StorkProjecting Floodplain Depositional Patterns using Long-term 1D Sediment Modeling Results and Short-term 2D Hydraulic Model OutputJohn Shelley Session Chair: Janine Castro, FWS and Amena Henville, USACEEffects of increasing gravel supplies, transport, and storage on channel morphology and habitat diversity in a reach of the Trinity River, CaliforniaDavid Gaeuman; Aaron Martin; Nicholas SomApplication and Case Study of Sediment Augmentation on the Clackamas River, OregonGeoff Hales; Mindi CurranAssessment of stream health in the Catalpa Creek, MississippiJohn Ramirez-Avila; Brad Richardson; Sandra Ortega Achury; James Martin
10:00am-10:30am
10:30am-12:00pm
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Session Chair: Jim Barton, Retd USACE and Michael Follum, USACEEvaluating Riparian Vegetation Roughness Computations in the One-Dimensional HEC-RAS – RVSM ModelZhonglong ZhangDevelopment of a Physically-Based Distributed Watershed Scale ModelYong LaiA method for partitioning total leaf area index into overstory and understory strata for distributed hydrologic modeling based on forest inventory, remote sensing, and biophysical dataSara Goeking Session Chair: Nathaniel Todea, USBR and Robert Mason, USGSAssessing the Hydrological and Erosional Effects of Wildland Fire.D. Phillip Guertin ; David Goodrich; I. Shea Burns; Gabriel Sidman; B. Scott Sheppard ; Jane Patel; Thomas Clifford; Carl Unkrich Debris Basin Performance During Postfire Debris FlowDaniel Little; Julia Grim; Greg NorrisPost-Wildfire Geomorphic Stream Response Since 1996 in Twelve New Mexican WatershedsAljaz Praznik; Kyle ShourScaling Post-fire Effects from Hillslopes to Watersheds: Processes, Problems, and ImplicationsLee MacDonald; Dan Brogan; Peter Nelson; Joe Wagenbrenner; Stephanie Kampf Session Chair: Taylor Rowley, USGS and Gregg Hudson, NRCSRole of Physical Processes and Fish Passage in Reservoir Operations at Marble Bluff Dam, Truckee River, NevadaJennifer Bountry; Nate Bradley; Jeanne GodaireCan wood placement in degraded channel networks result in large scale water retention?Tim Abbe; Susan Dickerson-Lange; Pete Cruickshank; Michael Hrachovec; John Soden; Mike Kaputa; Leif EmbertsonAquatic, Riparian, and Avian Habitat Improvement within Escondida Burn AreaChi Bui Session Chair: David Varyu, USBR and Alexandra Etheridge, USGSInteractions among gravel and sand fractions during transport as measured by impact plates and sedflux monitor in a laboratory channelRoger Kuhnle; Daniel Wren; Robert HilldaleThe ‘revolutionary’ potential of passive bedload monitoring for river science and managementPeter Downs; Philip SoarInitial calibration of acoustic pipe microphone sensors to monitor bedload during flash floods in the Arroyo de los Piños, NMKyle Stark; Daniel Cadol; Jonathan Laronne; David Varyu; Eran Halfi; Madeline RichardsHydroacoustic Monitoring of Bedload Transport in the Trinity River, California, USAWesley Smith Session Chair: Eddy Langendoen, USDA and Aaron Williams, USACEDevelopment of ‘Debris Library’ and 1D HEC-RAS and 2D Adaptive Hydraulics linkage-architecture for non-Newtonian sediment flows.Ian Floyd; Stanford Gibson; Ronald Heath; Marielys Ramos-Villanueva; Nawa PradhanLinking GSSHA to SEDLIB: Improvements to in-stream sediment modelingGary Brown; Nawa Pradhan; Charles Downer; Joseph GutensonTwo-dimensional Subgrid Sediment Transport Modeling with HEC-RASAlejandro Sanchez; Stanford GibsonHEC-RAS2D and SRH-2D: A Comparison using an Equivalent Computational Mesh Developed for Analysis of the SR 107 BridgeKeelan Jensen; Julie Heilman; Henry Hu Session Chair: Colin Thorne, Nottingham and Patrick O'Brien, USACELarge Wood Helicopter Loading Project on the South Fork Trinity River, Northern CaliforniaDavid (DJ) Bandrowski; Josh Smith; Aaron Martin; Eric WisemanFloodplain Reconnection on Butano Creek - Design, Implementation and Results from the First Few SeasonsBen Taber; Christopher Hammersmark; Jarrad FisherApplied Science and Design Strategies in Cranberry Bog and Wetland RestorationMartin Melchior, CFP; Nick Nelson, CERP; Glorianna Davenport; Evan Shulman; Alex HackmanIncreasing Freedom Space and Sustainability on the Rio Grande through Channel RealignmentNathan Holste; Aubrey Harris; Brian Hobbs
12:00pm-1:30pm
1:30pm-3:00pm
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Session Chair: Michael Scurlock, River Rest. and Zhonglong Zhang, USACEApplication Program Interfaces (APIs) for Modularized and Flexible Engineering Software DeploymentDrew Loney; Kimberly Pevey; Kevin Winters; Scott ChristensenThe KINEROS2-AGWA Suite of Modeling ToolsDavid Goodrich; D. Phil Guertin; I. Shea Burns; Carl Unkrich; Lainie Levick; Yoganand Korgaonkar; Philip Heilman; Mariano Hernandez; Ben Olimpio; Haiyan Wei; Jane Patel; Mark KautzPond inundation and timing model (Pond-IT) for management of habitat for hydroperiod-dependent speciesKealie Pretzlav; Zan Rubin; Eric Donaldson; Barry Hecht Session Chair: Aimee Rohner, USDA and Lee MacDonald, CSUToutle River debris flows initiated by Pacific Northwest atmospheric rivers: November 2006Adam Mosbrucker; Kurt Spicer; Jon MajorErosion Assessment of Sacramento and American River LeveesTodd Rivas; Shyamal Chowdhury; Jonathan AubuchonMulti-Pronged Evaluation of Spillway Erosion at Pipestem DamRoger KaySoil Characteristics of Selected Earthen Dams in the State of MississippiYavuz Ozeren; Mustafa Altinakar; Dusty Myers; Daniel Wren Session Chair: Mike Sixta, USBR and Julia Grim, NRCSThe Role of Topographic Variability on River-Floodplain Connectivity across Several FloodplainsJohn Schubert; Jonathan CzubaPost-dredge monitoring of channel adjustment in a gravel-bedded riverPeter Brooks; Kevin Geoghegan; Joe FarahTHE SEDIMENTOLOGICAL IMBALANCE OF A SÃO FRANCISCO RIVER LONGITUDINAL SEGMENT, BRAZILGeraldo Wilson Junior; Fernando Roversi; Mario Souza e SilvaThe relationship of point-bar architecture to channel planform on a reach of the Wabash River near Grayville, IllinoisTaylor Rowley; Kory Konsoer; Mick Ursic; Eddy Langendoen Session Chair: Joel Sholtes, Colorado Mesa Univ. and Leif Embertson, Natural Systems DesignManaging Infrastructure in the Stream EnvironmentJoel Sholtes; Caroline Ubing; Timothy Randle; Jon Fripp; Daniel Cenderelli; Drew BairdDesign and Analysis of Ecosystem Features in Urban Flood Control ChannelsNathan Holste; Jennifer BountryThe Sacramento River Levee Setback: Floodplain Rehabilitation Design to Enhance Ecologic Function with Consideration of Geomorphic ProcessesJohn Stofleth; Sam Diaz; F. Douglas Shields; Chris Bowles; Kenric JamesonEFFECTS OF THE ELWHA RIVER DAM REMOVALS ON THE US 101 BRIDGECasey Kramer; Jennifer Bountry; Timothy Randle; Andy Ritchie Session Chair: Marty Teal, WEST and Daniel Dombroski, USBRHYDRODYNAMIC MODELLING OF EXTREME FLOOD LEVELS IN AN ESTUARY DUE TO CLIMATE CHANGEJeanine Vonkeman; Ousmane Sawadogo; Eddie Bosman; Gerrit BassonSEDIMENT TRANSPORT ANALYSIS OF MISSOURI RIVER FOR RED RIVER VALLEY WATER SUPPLY PROJECT MCLEAN COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTAChris BahnerSEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN THE INTAKE AREA OF THE CARDINAL PLANT. PART I: FIELD STUDY AND PHYSICAL MODELTroy Lyons; Marcela Politano; Nathan YoungSEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN THE INTAKE AREA OF THE CARDINAL PLANT. PART II: CFD MODELMarcela Politano; Ezequiel Martin; Troy Lyons Session Chair: David Gaeuman, Yurok Tribe and Brian Cluer, NOAAHow can we make meadow restoration work for California’s mountain frogs?Karen Pope; Sarah Yarnell; Jonah Piovia-ScottStage 0 Restoration Projects in Oregon, USAPaul Powers; Johan Hogervorst; Cari Press; Paul Burns; James Pettett; Kate Meyer; Nick Grant; Matt Helstab; Lisa Kurian; Brian CluerMcKee Abstract 2019 Stage 0 Stream Restoration in CaliforniaJared McKee; Damion CiottiStage Zero Restoration of Whychus Creek, Oregon: Monitoring Results and Lessons LearnedMatthias Perle; Lauren Mork; Colin Thorne
4:00pm-8:00pm
Tuscany D
RIVERWARE INTERACTIVE SCENARIO EXPLORER (RIVERWISE) DEMONSTRATIONDavid Neumann; Edith ZagonaExploring Surface Processes Using the Community Surface Dynamics Modeling System Modeling ToolsIrina Overeem; Jordan Adams; Mariela Perignon; Greg Tucker; Albert Kettner; Eric HuttonPHYSICALLY-BASED HYDROLOGIC MODELING OF CLEAR CREEK WATERSHEDMarcela Politano; Antonio Arenas Amado; Maral Razmand; Yong Lai; Larry WeberWEPPCloud Beyond the HorizonPeter Robichaud; Roger Lew; Mariana Dobre; William Elliot; Erin BrooksWatershed-Scale Water Quality Modeling in HEC-WAT with CE-QUAL-W2 and HEC-RASTodd Steissberg; Julia Slaughter; Zhonglong Zhang; Mark Jensen; Ryan Miles; Leila Ostadrahimi; Billy JohnsonDemonstration of the Automated Geospatial Watershed Assessment (AGWA) ToolI. Shea Burns; David C. Goodrich; D. Phillip Guertin The National Hydrography Dataset (NHD) and National Hydrography Dataset Plus High Resolution (NHDPlus HR)Susan Buto; Alan ReaPaleoflood Hydrology of the Deadwood River, IdahoJeanne Godaire; Caroline Ubing; Amanda Stone; Jennifer BountryDevelopment of an operational plan to meet water level rates of change objectives downstream of a control structure.Tim Calappi; Katherine Labuhn; Charles Sidick; James SelegeanFlows for Fish: Analyzing Restoration Flow releases in the San Joaquin River, CA for salmonid habitatEmily Thomas; Regina StoryData Mining for Geospatial Patterns in NonstationarityBryan Baker; Aaron Sant-Miller; Kate WhiteEffects of rain-on-snow events on suspended-sediment loading in the Truckee River Basin, California: Implications for aquatic habitat and water resource management under climate change scenarios.Brian Hastings; David ShawFire-Potential Modeling and its Application in New MexicoEmma Kelly; Steve BassettOptimized Reservoir RefillTom ChisholmChanges in the Columbia River Gorge: The Eagle Creek FireJarod NortonWildfires in the West: Characterizing Drivers of Post-Disturbance Hydrologic and Sediment Response through Laboratory AnalysisCarli Brucker; Aaron Heldmyer; Ben Livneh; Fernando Rosario-Ortiz; Toby MinearWildfire in the West: Assessing the Detectability of a Post-fire Signal at the Watershed ScaleAaron Heldmyer; Ben LivnehCharacterization of hydrology and sediment following drought and wildfire in Cache Creek, CaliforniaMichelle Stern; Alan Flint; Lorraine FlintFires and Floods: A Case Study of the Relative Magnitude and Persistence of Geomorphic Effects at the Watershed ScaleDan Brogan; Lee MacDonald; Peter Nelson; Stephanie KampfTurbidity probe testing comparisonTeri SnazelleUsing oblique imagery to measure hypsometric changes in sandbar volume following controlled floods in the Grand CanyonRyan Lima; Temuulen Sankey; Daniel Buscombe; Paul Grams; Erich MuellerLarge Bed Elements Rule Everything around Me: Hydraulic and Geomorphic Patterns in a Mountain RiverJason Wiener; Gregory PasternackTesting hydraulic efficiency of three pressure-difference samplers while varying flows and bag properties (mesh size, weave density, fill level)Kristin Bunte; Taylor Hogan; Matthew Klema; Christopher ThorntonSuspended-sediment discharge in the Rhône River during a 10-year floodDramais Guillaume; Topping David J.; Peteuil Christophe; Pierrefeu Gilles; Le Coz Jérôme; Camenen BenoîtUSGS Sediment Data-Collection Techniques: Selected Data Results, 2008-2016Heather BraggP-6 Sampler ComparisonKurt SpicerMonitoring the Effect of Deep Drawdowns of a Flood Control Reservoir on Sediment Transport and Dissolved Oxygen, Fall Creek Lake, OregonLiam Schenk; Heather BraggUsing Hydroacoustics to Estimate Suspended-Sediment and Total Metal Concentrations on the San Juan River near Bluff, UtahChris Wilkowske; Cory AngerothContinuous River Bed Monitoring at Hydroelectric Intakes Using Dual-Axis Sonar ScannersDan Haught; Andre ZimmermannDesign, Calibration and Deployment of a Hydrophone Based Bed Load Monitoring SurrogateBradley Goodwiller; Daniel Wren; Rob HilldaleUncertainty and Parameter Sensitivity of Physically Distributed Sediment and Runoff KINEROS2 Model.Menberu Meles; Dave Goodrich; Carl Unkrich; Shea Burns; Hoshin Gupta; Saman Razavi; Philip GuertinA TOOL FOR BEAVER DAM ANALOGUE DESIGNDoug Shields; Michael Pollock; Rocco FioriBloomsbury Dam Removal: Simulating Flood Risk Downstream of Passive Sediment Releases with a One-Dimensional Sediment Transport ModelJacob Helminiak; Stanford GibsonThe seismic view on debris laden ephemeral flows – robust inversion of ground motion data for fluid and bedload dynamics in the Arroyo de los PiñosMichael Dietze; Florent Gimbert; Jens Turowski; Kyle Stark; Daniel Cadol; Jonathan LaronneFive Years of Sedimentation Behind Two, In-Series “Run-of-River” Dams in the Brazilian AmazonTrey Crouch; David Kaplan; Edgardo Latrubesse; Landerlei SantosRefining the Baseline Sediment Budget for the Klamath River, CaliforniaChauncey Anderson; Scott Wright; Liam Schenk; Katherine Skalak; Jennifer Curtis; Amy East; Adam BenthemExceedence Flows for Sediment Yield Determination: Michigan HarborsJohn Barkach; Carol Miller; James Selegean; Emily BradleyAutomated Geospatial Watershed Assessment (AGWA) and Facilitator Decision Support System to Aid in Sustaining the Military Mission and TrainingLainie Levick; David Goodrich; Shea Burns; Haiyan Wei; Phil Guertin; Phil Heilman; Gerardo ArmendarizWater Quality History Derived From Diatom Communities in a Water Treatment Sediment-Settling Reservoir, Aztec, NMJeb BrownProcess-based Evolution Models of Steep River Channels by Migration of Bedrock StepsAaron HurstModeling Lateral Erosion During Reservoir DrawdownTessa ArtrucCharacterization of Shallow Groundwater in Detroit: Environmental, Hydraulic, and Health ConsiderationsBrendan O'Leary
6:00pm-7:30pm
Friday, 28 June 2019
7:00am-12:00pm
7:15am-8:15am
8:30am-10:00am
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Session Chair: Jeff Harris, WEST and Michael Founds, cbec eco engineeringVegetation Modeling of the Trinity River between Lewiston Dam and the North Fork Trinity RiverJianchun Huang; Blair GreimannTwo-dimensional hydraulic, vegetation, and sediment modeling in support of river restoration projectsDaniel Dombroski; Blair GreimannPredicting Micro-catchment Ponded Infiltration DynamicsMichael Founds; Kenneth McGwire; Mark Weltz; Sayjro Nouwakpo; Paul VerburgRepresentation of Large Wood Structures Using a Numerical Two-Dimensional ModelMike Sixta; Caroline Ubing Session Chair: Todd Steissberg, USACE and Kossi Nouwakpo, UN-RenoUpdated CE-QUAL-W2 Model for Predicting Total Dissolved Gas in the Columbia River System OperationsZhonglong ZhangA 2D Depth-Averaged Water Quality Model: Coupling of SRH-2D and NSMIYong Lai; Joel Sholtes; Zhonglong ZhangRunoff water quality from rainfall simulation on different salinity alkalinity levels rangeland plotsAwadis Arslan; Sayjro Nouwakpo; Mark Weltz; Kenneth McGwirePROCESS-BASED MODELING OF UPLAND EROSION AND SALT LOAD IN THE UPPER COLORADO RIVER BASINKossi Nouwakpo; Mark Weltz; Awadis Arslan; Ken McGwire Session Chair: David Perkey, USACE; and Jerry Bernard, Retd NRCSErosion and Sedimentation Issues in the Central and Southern Florida (C&SF) Water Management SystemSeyed Hajimirzaie; Matahel Ansar; Jie ZengEarly results: salt marsh response to changing sediment supply conditions, Humboldt Bay, CAJennifer Curtis; Chase Freeman; Karen ThorneHYDROLOGICAL MODELLING OF LARGE CATCHMENT SEDIMENT YIELD IN ETHIOPIAKuria Kiringu; Gerrit BassonImpact of Muddy Bed Aggregates on Sediment Transport Studies: James River Estuary, VADavid Perkey; Jarrell Smith; Kelsey Fall Session Chair: Jonathan AuBuchon, USACE and Drew Baird, USBRAdvancements in Bridge Scour Evaluation with Two-Dimensional Hydraulic Modeling using SRH-2D / SMSScott HoganCFD Analysis of Local Scour at Bridge PiersBrian Fox; Robert FeurichRevising the basis of sediment management in rivers: Incorporating real-time sonar, hydroacoustic and hydrodynamic field dataAndre Zimmermann; Jose Vasquez; Dan Haught; Achilleas Tsakiris; Ashley Dudill Session Chair: Troy Lyons, U IOWA and Yafei Jia, Univ of Mississ.Simulations of Gully Erosion Using a Physically Based Numerical ModelYafei Jia; Robert Wells; Henrique Momm; Sean BennettEvaluating uncertainty of roughness parameters in 1D steady HEC-RAS modelingNam Jeong Choi; Frank L. Engel; J. Ryan BantaAssessing the applicability of the Wilcock 2-fraction bedload transport model with new estimates of bedload yields at the Caspar Creek Experimental Watersheds, CAPaul Richardson; Joseph WagenbrennerTHE MOVEMENTS OF BED AND SUSPENDED SEDIMENTS AND POLLUTANTS BY THE STOCHASTIC PROCESS THEORYGeraldo Wilson Junior; Cid Monteiro Session Chair: David (DJ) Bandrowski, Yurok Tribe and Joel Sholtes, Colorado Mesa Univ. Ecohydraulic Design of Salmonid Habitat Enhancement Projects in the Central Valley, CaliforniaChristopher Hammersmark; Ben Taber; John Hannon; Lilly AllenSummary of Current Rio Grande Silvery Minnow Habitat Restoration Design and ApplicationRobert Padilla; Ari Posner; Drew BairdThe potential for river restoration to restore thermal refugia for cold-water fishesJoel Sholtes; Caroline Ubing; Michael Knutson; Ian Wilson; Justin Nielsen
10:00am-10:30am
10:30am-12:00pm
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Session Chair: Jim Barton, Retd USACE and Karen Hoffman, NRCSWhat’s New in HEC-RAS 5.1?Gary BrunnerHEC-RAS Model Development in RAS MapperCameron Ackerman; Alex Kennedy; Mark Jensen; Gary BrunnerIce Jam, Two-Dimensional, and Levee Breach Modeling at Miles City, MontanaCurtis MillerForecast Informed Reservoir Operations: Developing Best Practices for Enhancing Use of Existing Water Management InfrastructureF. Martin Ralph; Jay Jasperse; Cary Talbot; Anna Wilson Session Chair: Roger Kay, USACE and Peter Brooks, Retd USACEOperationalizing Small Unoccupied Aircraft Systems for Rapid Flood Inundation Mapping and Event ResponseFrank Engel; Rogelio HernandezComparison of Reservoir Evaporation Rates from the Collison Floating Evaporation Pan to Atmospheric Evaporation ModelsJake Collison; Mark Stone; Dagmar Llewellyn; Kenneth RichardNear-field Remote Sensing of Alaskan RiversPaul Kinzel; Carl Legleiter; Jeff Conaway; Adam LeWinter; Peter Gadomski; Dominic Filiano Session Chair: Jennifer Curtis, USGS and Seyed Hajimirzaie, SFWMDHydroacoustic Flow Monitoring of Offshore Dredge Material near South Padre Island, TexasDouglas Schnnoebelen; Frank Engel; Charles Hartman; Brian Petri; Patrick Bryan; Michael Lee; Dwight SparksRegional Sediment Management Informed by Geochemical Fingerprinting: Calcasieu Ship Channel, USABrandon Boyd; David Perkey; Jeff CorbinoPost-wildfire Watershed Modeling Using the Distributed CN MethodJoseph Lange Session Chair: Casey Kramer, Northwest Hydraulic Consultants and Caroline Ubing, USBRPipeline Ephemeral Channel Crossing Fluvial Hazard AnalysisDrew Baird; Michael Sixta; Joel Sholtes; Melissa Foster; Caroline UbingHydraulic design of sustainable river abstraction works on alluvial rivers with sediment management features for potable water supplyGerrit Basson; Claudia McLeodEffects of Dike Fields on Channel Characteristics of the Lower Mississippi RiverAndrew Simon; Kimberly Artita; Jennifer Hammond; David Biedenharn; Charles Little, Jr.Techniques for fish-passage evaluation at instream structuresMichael Scurlock; Marty Holtgren Session Chair: Nathan Holste, USBR and Aaron Williams, USACELower Mississippi River Response to Pulsed Sediment DiversionsRonald Heath; Marielys Ramos-Villanueva; Ian FloydNewtonian and non-Newtonian sediment fluid flow in 2D hydrodynamic runoff modelNawa Raj Pradhan; Charles Downer; Ian Floyd; Stanford Gibson; Ronald HeathDevelopment of SRH-COAST: A general wave-flow model for coastal environmentHan Sang Kim; Yong LaiRainfall-Runoff Relationships Complementing Previous Sediment Transport Studies at the Arroyo de los Piños, New MexicoMadeline Richards; Dan Cadol; Jonathan Laronne; Dave Varyu; Jonathan Aubuchon; Stephen Brown Session Chair: Jennifer Bountry, USBR and Mathias J. Collins, NOAAGeomorphic response to dam removals on the lower Penobscot River, Maine, USAMathias J. Collins; Alice R. Kelley; Pamela J. Lombard; Sean M.C. SmithSediment monitoring during Elwha River dam removals: Lessons learned during the Nation’s largest dam removal projectChristopher Curran; Christopher Magirl; Robert HilldaleTools for evaluating sediment impacts from dam removal – qualitative guidanceTahirih Lackey; Bailey Susan; Kyle McKay; Waleska Echevarria-Doyle; Earl HayterSediment Transport Simulation of Klamath Dam RemovalsBlair Greimann
1:00pm-5:00pm
Tuscany #12
Session Chair: Jeff Anderson Session Chair: Yong Lai, USBR and Victor Huang, USBR

 


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