In collaboration with the Adopt-A-Stream Program of the MS Wildlife Federation, since 2015 we annually offer training during the fall semester for students, staff, faculty and interested community. The workshop provides basic insights about watersheds as well as hands-on training in chemical and biological parameters important to a healthy stream.
In collaboration with professionals from the Environmental Protection Agency, Dr. James Martin was an Invited Presenter at this workshop offered in July 2017 at the offices of the USEAPA Region 4 in Atlanta, GA. The workshop focused on the fundamental application of the WASP Model.
In collaboration with Dr. Eddy J. Langendoen, Research Hydraulic Engineer from the USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory, the Stream Restoration Working Group offered a one-day workshop oriented to interested students and professionals from state and federal organizations related to stream restoration design, evaluation. Workshop was offered in May 2017.
The BCoE Healthy Watersheds Working Group hosted the lecture “Climate Change Impact on Water Resources Management and Rainwater Harvesting Systems” presented by Dr. N. Janardhana Raju, Alexander von Humboldt Fellow Professor from the School of Environmental Sciences at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (India). The International Lecture was offered in April 2017.
Dr. John J. Ramirez-Avila was invited by the Scientific Committee of the 2016 LatinAmerican Congress of Agricultural Engineer (CLIA) to teach a course that offers the participants the basic knowledge about the APEX model. This Preconference course was offered in Bogotá, Colombia in May 2016.
In collaboration with Dr. Eddy J. Langendoen, Research Hydraulic Engineer from the USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory, this one-day workshop was offered in October 2015. It focused on the fundamental application of the BSTEM model to assess fluvial processes.