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Floodplain Functions Conceptual Modeling Workshop, West Alton, July 2014

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2015-01-07 20:45:17
Last Update
2017-09-14 00:14:50
Start Date
2013-10-11
End Date
2015-09-30
Start Date
2013-10-11 06:01:27
End Date
2015-09-30 06:01:27

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Kenneth S Lubinski(Co-Investigator), Andrew Casper(Principal Investigator), Eastern Tallgrass Prairie and Big Rivers Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), Illinois Natural History Survey(Cooperator/Partner), Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center(Cooperator/Partner), Eastern Tallgrass Prairie and Big Rivers LCC data manager(Point of Contact), LCC Network Data Steward(Point of Contact), 2015-01-07(creation), 2017-09-14(lastUpdate), 2013-10-11(Start), 2015-09-30(End), Floodplain Functions Conceptual Modeling Workshop, West Alton, July 2014

Summary

The purpose of this workshop is to identify important hydro- and ecological relationships that will affect the ability of floodplain managers to optimize their approaches to providing: 1) fish habitat; 2) wildlife habitat; 3) nutrient and sediment processing; and 4) flood regulation. The resulting conceptual model will guide future floodplain science, including the development of numerical simulation models of high interest relationships. Twenty participants at the workshop included science experts on each of the four floodplain functions, policy analysts, and floodplain managers faced with making optimization decisions. The workshop report will focus on relationships of greatest need of quantification and how they would be affected [...]

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typeShort Project Description
valueThe purpose of this workshop is to identify important hydro- and ecological relationships that will affect the ability of floodplain managers to optimize their approaches to providing: 1) fish habitat; 2) wildlife habitat; 3) nutrient and sediment processing; and 4) flood regulation. The resulting conceptual model will guide future floodplain science, including the development of numerical simulation models of high interest relationships. Twenty participants at the workshop included science experts on each of the four floodplain functions, policy analysts, and floodplain managers faced with making optimization decisions. The workshop report will focus on relationships of greatest need of quantification and how they would be affected [...]
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year2013
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amount5000.0
recipientU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
sourceU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
totalFunds5000.0
totalFunds5000.0

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parts
typeShort Project Description
valueThe purpose of this workshop is to identify important hydro- and ecological relationships that will affect the ability of floodplain managers to optimize their approaches to providing: 1) fish habitat; 2) wildlife habitat; 3) nutrient and sediment processing; and 4) flood regulation. The resulting conceptual model will guide future floodplain science, including the development of numerical simulation models of high interest relationships. Twenty participants at the workshop included science experts on each of the four floodplain functions, policy analysts, and floodplain managers faced with making optimization decisions. The workshop report will focus on relationships of greatest need of quantification and how they would be affected [...]
projectStatusIn Progress

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parts
typeShort Project Description
valueThe purpose of this workshop is to identify important hydro- and ecological relationships that will affect the ability of floodplain managers to optimize their approaches to providing: 1) fish habitat; 2) wildlife habitat; 3) nutrient and sediment processing; and 4) flood regulation. The resulting conceptual model will guide future floodplain science, including the development of numerical simulation models of high interest relationships. Twenty participants at the workshop included science experts on each of the four floodplain functions, policy analysts, and floodplain managers faced with making optimization decisions. The workshop report will focus on relationships of greatest need of quantification and how they would be affected [...]
projectStatusIn Progress

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