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From: Rambo, Douglas E. (DNREC) <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Wed, Mar 8, 2017 at 10:44 AM
Subject: [ELPDiscuss] Free EPA Watershed Model Webinar - March 9
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Douglas E. (DNREC)" <[log in to unmask]>


For those of you who might be interested…

Regards,

Doug

DE River Watershed 2015



*EPA’s Watershed Academy is pleased to sponsor the 92nd free Webcast
Seminar on Thursday, March 9, 2017:*

*“Model My Watershed: A Tool for Water Resource Management”*

*Speakers:*
Dr. Anthony Aufdenkampe, Senior Environmental Scientist, LimnoTech
Dr. Barry M. Evans, Senior Research Associate, Penn State University and
Adjunct Faculty member at Stroud Water Research Center
Bill Brown, Chief, TMDL Development Section, PA Department of Environmental
Protection

Join us for a Webcast on a new web-based tool called *Model My Watershed
<http://www.wikiwatershed.org/>*. This tool is part of a larger web
application called WikiWatershed that is being developed by the Stroud
Water Research Center (see www.wikiwatershed.org). *Model My Watershed* is
a user friendly, online watershed modeling Web application intended for use
by citizens, conservation practitioners, municipal decision-makers,
educators, students, and others. This tool enables users to:

·         Analyze nationally-available landscape, climate and other
datasets in their neighborhoods and watersheds;

·         Model stormwater runoff and water quality impacts using
professional-grade models; and

·         Compare how different conservation or development scenarios could
modify runoff and water quality.

*Model My Watershed* allows users to learn how land use and soil together
determine whether rainfall infiltrates into the soil, runs off into
streams, or is evaporated and transpired by plants. This Internet tool is
intended to provide an easy-to-use professional-grade modeling package to
inform land use decisions, support conservation practices, and enhance
watershed education.

The Webcast will provide background on the tool, will demonstrate the tool,
and will highlight how this tool is being used by several states and others
for their total maximum daily load, nonpoint source, and municipal
stormwater programs.

Webcast participants are eligible to receive a certificate for their
attendance. The Webcast presentations are posted in advance at
http://www.epa.gov/watershedacademy/watershed-academy-webcast-seminars
<https://www.epa.gov/watershedacademy/watershed-academy-webcast-seminars>
and participants are encouraged to download them prior to the Webcast.

2 hour audio Web broadcast
Eastern 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Central 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Mountain 11:00 am –
1:00 pm Pacific 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

·         Flyer for March 9, 2017 Webcast
<https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2017-02/documents/model_my_watershed_webcast_flyer.pdf>

·         Register for the Webcast
<https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1271080901656294146>





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Douglas E. Rambo, P.G.

Hydrologist IV

Delaware Dept. of Natural Resources and Environmental Control

Division of Water

Source Water Assessment and Protection Program

89 Kings Hwy

Dover, DE 19901



Phone: (302) 739-9945            Fax: (302) 739-2296

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