Watershed20_TAdams - Beyond a Line on a Map: How to Enhance Coastal Resiliency Along Eroding Shorelines in New England - Beyond a Line on a Map How to Enhance Coastal Resiliency Along Eroding Shorelines in New England- Beyond a Line on a Map How to Enhance Coastal Resiliency Along Eroding Shorelines in New England- Brian Caufield and Timothy Adams, CDM Smith
Watershed20_WBurcham - This presentation focuses on shoreline erosion, loss of wetlands, rising sea levels, and dimensioning fishery resources along the Dauphin Island Causeway, the sole roadway to the “sunset Capital of Alabama,” as it threatens the way of life of multiple people groups. Learn how diverse groups are coming together to restore the shoreline and improve resilience through the restoration of three miles of living shoreline and nearly 100 acres of marsh habitat.
WatershedAgenda17 - Creating Resilient Infrastructure & Watersheds: Strategies for Planning, Implementation & Funding held July 12, 2017 in Lowell, MA CoSponsored by: NEWEA, NEWWA, NEAPWA, NEIWPCC
Webinar_DWheeler - South Burlington, VT Stormwater Utility - David Wheeler, South Burlington, VT DPW
Williams-CortlandADUpgrade-NEBiosolidsConference-27Oct2017 - Cortland WWTF: Digester Upgrades and CHP Integration in an Antiquated System - Matt Williams, WesTech Eng
WMcConnell_NEWEA_AC16_Session10 - BNR in a Small Footprint William McConnell, CDM Smith
YWang_NEWEA_AC16_Session14 - Phosphorus-Recovery from Waste Activated Sludge (WAS) in Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal (EBPR) Process Yuqi Wang, Northeastern University April Gu and Annalisa Onnis-Hayden, Northeastern University
Zona-StJohnsburyADMixer-NEBiosolidsConference-26Oct2017 - It’s All in the Mix - Design of New Mixers for Anaerobic Sludge Digestion Facilities at St. Johnsbury WWTF - Meredith Zona, Stantec