Tuesday, November 12
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Agenda subject to change.
Updated 21 September 2019

 

C1: Lake Level

Moderator: Colleen Prather
De Beers Canada, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

3:35 Citizen Science and Satellites: Tracking Lake Water Storage on the Ground and From Space
Grant Parkins
3:55 Successful Use of Science, Engineering and Community Engagement to End a 70-Year Lake Water Level Management Conflict
Jay Toews
4:15 Using Classification and Deep Learning Algorithms to Study Zooplankton in Lake Mead, Nevada
Deena Giffen
4:35 Developing Water Quantity Policy for Natural Lakes With Large Water Level Fluctuations
Catherine Hein

 

C2: Using Social and Interactive Media to Advance Lake Management

Moderator: Ryan Mitchell
Lake Champlain Basin Program, Grand Isle, Vermont

3:35 The Water Resources Report: Mapping Social Media for Water Resources
Matt Hodge
3:55 Telling the Story of Indiana Lake Water Quality With Interactive Web-Based Mapping and Data Visualization
Cory Sauve
4:15 An Online Approach to Increasing Public Understanding of Lake Ecology and Management
Jo Latimore
4:35 The People Behind the Process: Water Authority Socioeconomic Decisions in the Implementation of the Water Framework Directive
Maggie Armstrong

 

C3: Salt I – Impacts in the Adirondacks

Moderator: Kris Stepenuck
University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont

3:35 A Reduction in Spring Mixing Due to Road Salt Runoff Entering Mirror Lake (Lake Placid, New York)
Brendan Wiltse
3:55 High Resolution Assessment of Road Salt Export to Blue Mountain Lake
Corey Laxson
4:15 Effects of Road Salting on Surface Water Chemistry of Adirondack Lakes
Daniel Kelting
4:35 Model for Protection – Lake George Road Salt Reduction Initiative
Chris Navitsky

 

C4: Voice of Experience

Moderator: Ken Wagner
Water Resource Services, Wilbraham, Massachusetts

3:35 A Lot Is Different … but Some Things Never Change
Ginny Garrison
3:55 Lessons Learned From Thirty Years of Running a Volunteer Monitoring Program
Linda Green
4:15 A Retrospective Look at Some Oft-Inconvenient “Words of Wisdom”
Bob Kirschner
4:35 Extended Discussion

 

C5: Harmful Algal Blooms II

Moderator: Victoria Chraibi
Tarleton State University, Stephenville, Texas

3:35 Evolution of a Harmful Algal Bloom Program, a Perspective From Kansas
Megan Maksimowicz
3:55 Cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Bloom Outreach in Wisconsin: A Partnership Between the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the Wisconsin Division of Public Health
Gina LaLiberte
4:15 Potential Techniques for Improving Analysis of and Response to Harmful Algal Blooms
Gerald Burnette
4:35 Optimizing Harmful Algal Bloom Monitoring
Anne Wilkinson

 

C6: Potpourri

Moderator: TBD

3:35 Integrating Health and Safety Into Our Management Projects
Chris Mayne
3:55 Low Dissolved Oxygen in Stratified Stormwater Ponds Causes Release of Phosphorus
Vinicius Taguchi
4:15 Case Study of Modeling a Mine Pit Lake: Continental Pit, New Mexico
Stephen Klein
4:35 Trout Stocking Effects on Algae Blooms in Washington Lakes
Rob Zisette