SAME DAY EVENTS:
SRH-2D Model Data files, Diagnostics & Verifying 2D Model Results WCT
E581 Emergency Operations for Tribal Governments
E273 Managing Floodplain Development Through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)
E170 Hazus-MH for Hurricane
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Understanding LOMCs w/Disaster Exercise
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Advanced Floodplain Management Workshop
|5/7/2018 - 5/17/2018 |
|River Assessment & Monitoring (Wildland Hydrology) (CSP3410)
|Location: Shepherdstown, WV
US Fish & Wildlife Service
National Conservation Training Center (NCTC)
698 Conservation Way
Shepherdstown, WV 25443-4024
NCTC lodging includes four lodge buildings, each named after a conservation pioneer, supporting 226 overnight guest rooms. Some are equipped for ADA support and a minimum allow for double occupancy.
This course is designed to train individuals in field data collection methods and analysis techniques for: 1) determining stream channel stability, stream bank erosion prediction, and measurement; 2) sediment relations; 3) potential versus existing stream conditions; 4) influence of riparian vegetation on channel stability; 5) the variables that influence stream condition; 6) integration of ecosystem concepts into field applications. The monitoring of vertical and horizontal stability, channel materials, sediment transport and hydraulics will be presented.
Objectives: The course includes hands on techniques for field measurements, data analysis and interpretations and the use of replicate studies for verification and time trend analysis. Design and application of monitoring objectives and methods for channel stability and the collection and analysis of suspended and bedload sediment will also be included.
Target Audience: Field Staff involved in stream habitat assessment and restoration.
Prerequisite: FIS3210 Applied Fluvial Geomorphology
Course information: Gary Schetrompf firstname.lastname@example.org, 304-876-7255
Session information: So Lan Ching, email@example.com, 304-876-7771
All non-FWS participants, including DOI agencies, must register through Wildland Hydrology (Phone: 970/568-0003).
Register here. Limited to 5 FWS Participants. NCTC courses are open to any interested students who meet the pre-qualification standards set forth for each class. While college credit is available for many courses, most students are environmental or technical professionals who are looking for career enhancement training. NCTC does not offer degree programs. Tuition fees are assessed for NCTC courses.