2018 Minnesota Water Conference Presentations

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2018 Program and Abstracts .pdf

Conference Presentations:

Presentations are grouped by the session in which they were presented. Please reference the 2018 Program Booklet to locate individual presentation placement.

1D/2D Urban Flood Modeling with XP-SWMM and PCSWMM
A Minnesota Resident Survey of Water Values
A New Look at a Timeworn Problem: Southwest Harriet Feasibility Study
A Watershed’s Role in AIS: From Committee Concepts to Rapid Response
Advancing Safe and Sustainable Water Reuse in Minnesota
Bacterial Source Tracking in the Lambert Creek Watershed: An Integrated Approach to Identifying and Reducing Bacterial Loads to Meet Regulatory Requirements
Cedar River Watershed—Multiple Scales for Cooperative Management
Design and Deployment of Design and Deployment of Automated (Pump-Controlled) IronEnhanced Sand Filter Systems in the Rice Creek Watershed
Educating for Positive Behavior Change
Funneling Seven Stakeholders through One Pipe: CSAH 10 Stormwater Management
Grassy and Woody Riparian Shade Analysis and Implications for Restoring Biotic Health in an Urbanizing Coldwater Stream
Improving Water Quality, Flood Storage, and Habitat Diversity in New Brighton’s Hansen Park
Interactive Water Resources Programs for Planetariums in Minnesota
Minnesota's Runoff Risk Advisory Forecast
Modeling Mississippi River Dredging Strategies after the Lock Closure at Upper St. Anthony Falls
National MS4 Stormwater Permitting Program Assessments
Evaluating the Net Present Value of LID Retrofits in Edmonton
Overview of Improved Countermeasures in Minnesota
Pesticide Monitoring in Minnesota Lakes
Proliferating Blue-Green Algae in Minnesota Lakes
Reconnecting Fish Habitat on the Sand Hill River
Regional Progress in Water Quality - A Trend Analysis for Three Major Rivers in the Twin Cities Metro Area
Restoring the Little Plover River in Wisconsin-A Collaboration to Manage a Trout Stream in an Agricultural Landscape
Rice Creek Commons Green Infrastructure Public-Private Partnership
Sand Point Beach Park Pond Improvements
Sediment and Gross Solids Removal by Pretreatment Practices for Bioretention
St. Anthony Regional Stormwater Treatment and Research Facility: Monitoring and Operations and Maintenance Overview
Evaluating Effects of Crop Cover Applications and Perennial Cropland Conversion on Shakopee Creek Watershed Using a Physically Based Distributive Model
Urban Drainage Pollution Loading Modeling and Results
Using the Watershed Pollutant Load Monitoring Network Data Viewer to Determine Pollutant Sources and Source Contributions from Select Watersheds throughout Minnesota Sources
Utility of MGWA White Papers
Cities + Citizens/Water Management = Strategies for Working Together
When Urban Stormwater Ponds Release Phosphorus
White Bear Lake Court Case

Sponsored by

Water Resources Center, University of Minnesota
College of Continuing Education, University of Minnesota

Cosponsored by

Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geo- Engineering, College of Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota
Minnesota Section, American Society of Civil Engineers
Minnesota Sea Grant College Program, University of Minnesota
Natural Resources Research Institute, University of Minnesota