Educational Videos

NYSDEC Climate Smart Communities Program:


Adapt: The Key to Climate Resilience


Sea-level Rise: Planning Coastal Development

 

Cornell Water Resources Institute (WRI):


Stream Behavior: Stream Energy
Description of stream dynamics. This project was supported by the NY State Water Resources Institute and NY State DEC Hudson River Estuary Program.


Stream Behavior: Upstream and Downstream Effects
Description of how stream structures affect upstream and downstream dynamics. This project was supported by the NY State Water Resources Institute and NY State DEC Hudson River Estuary Program.


Stream Behavior: Dredging Deeper Channel Behavior
Description of how dredging affects upstream and downstream dynamics. This project was supported by the NY State Water Resources Institute and NY State DEC Hudson River Estuary Program.


Lecture 3: Hydrology, natural systems, and green infrastructure
Todd Walter – Biological and Environmental Engineering
February 11, 2014


Lecture 4: Roadside ditches: Re-plumbing our watersheds
Rebecca Schneider – Natural Resources
February 25, 2014


Lecture 6: Assessing wastewater infrastructure using watershed-based goals approach
Brian Rahm – New York State Water Resources Institute
March 11, 2014

For more video lectures  from Cornell’s Water Resources Institute, please visit their YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/user/nyswri

 

Vermont Rivers & Streams:

Vermont Rivers Program Homepage

Here are a few videos from the Vermont Rivers Management Program, the Connecticut River Watershed Council, and the Conservation Law Foundation of New England that touch on many of the same issues regarding streams and flood management that the Hudson Estuary Watershed Resiliency Project and its partners work on:

River Meanders and Floodplains – River Restoration:

Otter Creek:

Green Mountain Culverts – Jenny Coolidge Brook, West River

SUNY New Paltz:

Green Infrastructure Projects at SUNY New Paltz from SNP Biology on Vimeo.

 

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