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From Chris Bowser, Hudson River Estuary Program, NYSDEC: In partnership with the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies (IES), the Hudson River National Estuarine Research Reserve, and the Hudson River Estuary Program, Chris Bowser and Steve Stanne are part of a … Continue reading
Lecture 12: Media coverage and public opinion of water infrastructure Sridhar Vedachalam — New York State Water Resources Institute Note: This lecture concludes our seminar course on water infrastructure.
Lecture 11: Public-private partnerships in the U.S. water sector Rick Geddes — Policy Analysis and Management
Lecture 10: Helping municipalities with complexity: Decision support tools Kieran Donaghy — City & Regional Planning
Lecture 9: Applying smart growth principles to water and sewer infrastructure in New York David Kay – Community and Regional Development Institute
Lecture 8: Red tape, green infrastructure: NPDES permitting and innovation in water management Chelsea Morris & Lauren McPhillips — Biological & Environmental Engineering Note: Lecture 7 by Katherine Bunting-Howarth of New York Sea Grant on “A policy perspective on infrastructure … Continue reading
Lecture 6: Assessing wastewater infrastructure using watershed-based goals approach Brian Rahm – New York State Water Resources Institute
Lecture 5: Risk and uncertainty in infrastructure planning Jery Stedinger – Civil and Environmental Engineering March 4, 2014
Lecture 4: Roadside ditches: Re-plumbing our watersheds Rebecca Schneider – Natural Resources February 25, 2014
Lecture 3: Hydrology, natural systems, and green infrastructure Todd Walter – Biological and Environmental Engineering February 11, 2014