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Monday, March 1
 

9:00am EST

Summit Welcome & Opening Remarks
Speakers
avatar for Sarah Bouboulis

Sarah Bouboulis

Habitat Project Coordinator, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
avatar for Danielle Kreeger

Danielle Kreeger

Science Director, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
Danielle Kreeger is an ecologist with >35 years of experience as a research scientist and educator. She is the science director for the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, which coordinates the National Estuary Program that protects and restores natural resources in the Delaware... Read More →
avatar for Kathy Klein

Kathy Klein

Executive Director, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary


Monday March 1, 2021 9:00am - 9:30am EST
Zoom-1

9:30am EST

Keynote Speaker-Collin O'Mara, President & CEO, National Wildlife Federation
Restoring the Delaware 2.0: How securing record investment in the restoration and resilience of our beloved Delaware Estuary will address the four historic crises we face coming out of the coronavirus pandemic: highest unemployment rates since the Great Depression, overdue reckoning with racial injustice, cascading impacts of climate change, and accelerating sixth extinction of biodiversity.

Collin O’Mara serves as President and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation, America’s largest wildlife conservation organization with 53 state and territorial affiliates and nearly six million hunters, anglers, birders, gardeners, hikers, paddlers, and wildlife enthusiasts. Under O’Mara’s leadership, the National Wildlife Federation is focused on recovering America’s wildlife ranging from bison and bighorn sheep to pollinators like monarch butterflies and native bees, improving management of and access to public lands, restoring America’s water bodies, advancing environmental education (including publishing Ranger Rick® magazines), and connecting every American child with the great outdoors.

Moderators
avatar for Kathy Klein

Kathy Klein

Executive Director, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary

Speakers
avatar for Collin O'Mara

Collin O'Mara

President & CEO, National Wildlife Federation
Collin O’Mara serves as President and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation, America’s largest wildlife conservation organization with 53 state and territorial affiliates and nearly six million hunters, anglers, birders, gardeners, hikers, paddlers, and wildlife enthusiasts. Under O’Mara’s leadership, the National Wildlife Federation is focused on recovering America’s wildlife ranging from bison and bighorn sheep to pollinators like monarch... Read More →


Monday March 1, 2021 9:30am - 10:30am EST
Zoom-1

11:00am EST

Living Resources
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Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Zachary Garmoe

Zachary Garmoe

Science Technician, Delaware Center for the Inland Bays
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Lisa Ferguson

Director Research and Conservation, The Wetlands Institute
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Justin Kuntz

Graduate Student, University of Delaware
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Nivette Perez-Perez

Project Manager, Delaware Center for the Inland Bays


Monday March 1, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm EST
Zoom-1

11:00am EST

Physical & Chemical Processes
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Moderators
avatar for Douglas Janiec

Douglas Janiec

Natural Resources Program Manager, Sovereign Consulting Inc.
Well over 3 decades of natural resources experience.Primary practicing areas of expertise:- Restoration (living shorelines, marshes, fish passage, nearshore reefs, streams, and more) including siting, evaluation, design, permitting, constructions, monitoring, and outreach.- Ecological... Read More →

Speakers
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Xiaolong Geng

Dr. & Research Assistant Professor, New Jersey Institute of Technology
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Philip Duzinski, PE

Hydrodynamic Modeler, Philadelphia Water Department
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Yu Zhang

Postdoc, Los Alamos National Lab
avatar for Erin Johnson

Erin Johnson

Research Technician, Villanova University


Monday March 1, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm EST
Zoom-2

1:00pm EST

Restoration & Conservation I
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Moderators
avatar for Alison Rogerson

Alison Rogerson

Environmental Scientist, Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control

Speakers
avatar for David Wise

David Wise

Watershed Restoration Manager, Stroud Water Research Center
Forested buffer restoration including new methods such as stone mulch to reduce/eliminate use of herbicides in establishing buffers.
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Michael Hartshorne

Senior Project Manager; Senior Aquatic Ecologist, Princeton Hydro, LLC
avatar for Kenny Smith

Kenny Smith

Environmental Scientist, Delaware Department of Natural Resources
avatar for Geoffrey Goll

Geoffrey Goll

President, Princeton Hydro, LLC
Geoff Goll is a founding partner and President of Princeton Hydro, LLC, a water resources consulting firm with offices in New Jersey, Pennsylvania Maryland and Connecticut with over 60 engineers and scientists.  Geoff founded the firm with Stephen Souza, Mark Gallagher and Fred Lubnow... Read More →


Monday March 1, 2021 1:00pm - 2:15pm EST
Zoom-1

1:00pm EST

Water Quality & Quantity I
Associated Poster & Pre-recorded Presentations:
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Moderators
avatar for Kelly Somers

Kelly Somers

EPA, US EPA

Speakers
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Matthew Konfirst

EPA, US EPA
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Molly Hesson

Water Resources Specialist, Sage Services LLC
avatar for Kinman Leung

Kinman Leung

Water Quality Modeler, Philadelphia Water Department
avatar for Jacob Bransky

Jacob Bransky

Aquatic Biologist, Delaware River Basin Commission


Monday March 1, 2021 1:00pm - 2:15pm EST
Zoom-2

2:30pm EST

Restoration & Conservation II
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Associated Posters and Pre-recorded Presentations:

Moderators
avatar for Martha Maxwell-Doyle

Martha Maxwell-Doyle

Deputy Director, Barnegat Bay Partnership

Speakers
avatar for Mark Gallagher

Mark Gallagher

Vice President, Princeton Hydro
avatar for Lenore Tedesco

Lenore Tedesco

Executive Director, The Wetlands Institute
Beneficial USe Projects for Ecosytem Restoration and Resilience, Wetland Restoration, Sea Level Impacts and Coastal Resilience
avatar for Jack Szczepanski, Ph.D

Jack Szczepanski, Ph.D

Senior Aquatic Ecologist, Princeton Hydro
Dr. Szczepanski has experience in establishing baseline assessment for fish populations to managing coastal wetland resilience projects and developing ecosystem-wide monitoring plans. He currently manages a fishery monitoring survey to support dam removal in northern NJ and other... Read More →
avatar for Alison Rogerson

Alison Rogerson

Environmental Scientist, Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control


Monday March 1, 2021 2:30pm - 3:30pm EST
Zoom-1

2:30pm EST

Water Quality & Quantity II
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Associated Poster & Pre-recorded Presentations:


Moderators
avatar for Kelly Somers

Kelly Somers

EPA, US EPA

Speakers
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Damian Brady

Associate Professor, University of Maine
avatar for Thomas Amidon

Thomas Amidon

Manager, Water Resource Modeling, Delaware River Basin Commission
Thomas Amidon is the Manager of Water Resources Modeling within the Science and Water Quality Management branch of the Delaware River Basin Commission. In this role, Mr. Amidon leads several water quality management initiatives, including: 1) eutrophication modeling of the tidal Delaware... Read More →
avatar for Jacob Bransky

Jacob Bransky

Aquatic Biologist, Delaware River Basin Commission


Monday March 1, 2021 2:30pm - 3:30pm EST
Zoom-2

4:00pm EST

Living Resources: Shellfish
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Moderators
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Desmond Kahn

Scientist, Fishery Investigations, Inc.
I have a Ph.D. in Biological Sciences, specializing in population ecology, and have 23 years plus experience in Marine and anadromous fisheries ecology, assessment and management with the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife, retired, and the Maryland Fisheries Service. I now work... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Emily Manuel

Emily Manuel

Graduate Student Research Assistant, Rutgers Haskin Shellfish Research Lab
avatar for Janine Barr

Janine Barr

Graduate Student, Rutgers University - Haskin Shellfish Research Lab
I am a second-year graduate student at Rutgers University researching the water quality benefits provided by oyster farms. I'm excited to be here!
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Archi Howlader

Graduate Research Assistant, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
avatar for Heidi Yeh

Heidi Yeh

Graduate Assistant, Rutgers University, Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory


Monday March 1, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm EST
Zoom-1

4:00pm EST

Water Quality: Microplastics
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Moderators
avatar for Metthea Yepsen

Metthea Yepsen

Research Scientist II, NJ DEP

Speakers
avatar for Robert A Mason

Robert A Mason

PhD Student, University of Delaware
I am a PhD student at the University of Delaware under the advisement of Dr. Tobias Kukulka.  My research utilizes a numerical model of the Delaware Bay to study microplastic movement and estuarine circulation.
avatar for Kelly Somers

Kelly Somers

EPA, US EPA
HB

Hayden Boettcher

Graduate Student, University of Delaware
avatar for Taylor Hoffman

Taylor Hoffman

Laboratory Technician, University of Delaware


Monday March 1, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm EST
Zoom-2

5:30pm EST

Poster & Pre-recorded Discussion Session I
Topic areas will be broken-up into individual breakout rooms. Presenting authors will be available in each breakout room for discussion and Q&A. Attendees will be able to choose between and visit various breakout rooms throughout the session. Please make sure you have the latest version of Zoom downloaded for the best breakout room experience. www.zoom.us/download

Click here for the list of presentations by breakout room. Poster and Presentations are now available for viewing!

Meeting ID: 873 7965 0946
Passcode: 318755

Speakers
avatar for Jonathan Cohen

Jonathan Cohen

Associate Professor of Marine Science, University of Delaware
avatar for Brittany Wilburn

Brittany Wilburn

Intern Research Scientist, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
I am a Research Scientist Intern with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (https://www.nj.gov/dep/dsr/), as well as a PhD candidate at Drexel University in Dr. Elizabeth Watson's coastal change lab (https://coastalchangelab.wordpress.com/). I am interested in wetland... Read More →
SC

Samantha Collins

Research Scientist, The Wetlands Institute
avatar for LeeAnn Haaf

LeeAnn Haaf

Wetland Coordinator, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
avatar for Danielle Kreeger

Danielle Kreeger

Science Director, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
Danielle Kreeger is an ecologist with >35 years of experience as a research scientist and educator. She is the science director for the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, which coordinates the National Estuary Program that protects and restores natural resources in the Delaware... Read More →
avatar for Martha Maxwell-Doyle

Martha Maxwell-Doyle

Deputy Director, Barnegat Bay Partnership
avatar for Leah Morgan

Leah Morgan

Science Fellow, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
CM

Cassandra Miller

Environmental Science Undergraduate Senior, Wesley College
NK

Neil Keller

Environmental Science Undergraduate Senior, Wesley College
avatar for Gregory Lech

Gregory Lech

Fisheries Biologist, PA Fish & Boat Commission
MN

Malcolm Newman

Staff Scientist, The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University
avatar for Julia Fontana

Julia Fontana

Graduate Student, University of Delaware
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Laura Wiltsee

Masters Student, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
avatar for Alexandria Ambrose

Alexandria Ambrose

Student, Rutgers Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory
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Todd Thoman

Graduate Student, University of Delaware
avatar for Noel Turner

Noel Turner

Hydrologist, U.S Fish & Wildlife Service
I am passionate about all things water related! I actively maintain tidal water level sites, collect water quality data (continuous and grab samples), and conduct sediment flux analyses. My background was more groundwater based. In my current role I also help plan, coordinate, monitor... Read More →
avatar for Bob Collins

Bob Collins

Program Manager, Delaware Center for the Inland Bays
avatar for Laura Kerr

Laura Kerr

Research Coastal Engineer, Coastal Resilience Specialist, Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey Sea Grant
avatar for Lauren Mosesso

Lauren Mosesso

PhD Candidate, University of Delaware
avatar for Matthew Gentry

Matthew Gentry

Shellfish Specialist, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary


Monday March 1, 2021 5:30pm - 6:30pm EST
Zoom-1

7:00pm EST

TED Talks & Networking
Seen a good TED Talk lately? Want to discuss it with others? Join us for this social and informative event. Its like a book club, but for TED Talks!

We will provide a list of interesting and thought provoking TED Talks (see below), you are welcome (and encouraged) to watch them in advance. The more popular ones we'll take time to watch during the event. Depending on attendance and interest we will discuss as a group or use breakout rooms to start conversations around some of these fascinating topics!

Have you seen a TED Talk that relates to the themes of the Summit that you'd like to see featured? Submit a link here and we'll add it to our list!

List of TED Talks
David Lammy, Climate Justice Can't Happen With Racial Justice
Katharine Wilkinson, How Empowering Women and Girls Can Help Stop Global Warming
Van Jones, The Economic Injustice of Plastic
Siddhartha Roy, Science in Service to the Public Good
Britt Wray, How Climate Change Affects Your Mental Health
Sonaar Luthra, We Need to Track the World's Water Like We Track Weather
Finnegan Harries, A Creative Approach to Climate Change
Emily De Sousa, A Drop in a Plastic Ocean
David Wallace-Wells, How We Could Change the Planet's Climate Future


Meeting ID: 850 7626 0812
Passcode: 031214

Monday March 1, 2021 7:00pm - 8:30pm EST
Zoom-1
 
Tuesday, March 2
 

9:00am EST

Forum on Climate Change and the Delaware River Basin Welcome with Remarks from NJ Governor, Phil Murphy
Delaware River Basin Commission's Advisory Committee on Climate Change is hosting the Forum on Climate Change and the Delaware River Basin. The program will be kicked off with remarks from DRBC Executive Director, Steven Tambini and featuring remarks from NJ Governor Phil Murphy.

New Jersey Governor Philip D. Murphy serves as a DRBC Commissioner and has been an active leader in the study and planning for dealing with climate change in the region. He is a former American financier and diplomat, who has served as the governor of New Jersey since January 2018. Since taking office, Governor Murphy has focused on building a stronger and fairer New Jersey that works for every family. Under his leadership, New Jersey is also emerging as a leader in combatting climate change through the deployment of offshore-wind energy technologies and banning offshore fossil-fuel exploration and drilling, among other measures to spur growth in the clean and renewable energy sectors. In 2009, he answered President Obama’s call to service and, following his confirmation by the United States Senate, became the U.S. Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany, where he served until 2013. Governor Murphy holds degrees from Harvard University and the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He will kick off the Advisory Committee on Climate Change (ACCC) Forum on Climate Change and the Delaware River Basin with a prerecorded message on March 2, 2021 at 9 AM.

Speakers
GP

Governor Phil Murphy

Governor, State of New Jersey
avatar for Steven J. Tambini

Steven J. Tambini

Executive Director, Delaware River Basin Commission


Tuesday March 2, 2021 9:00am - 9:15am EST
Zoom-1

9:15am EST

Advisory Committee on Climate Change Introduction & Keynote Speaker- Dr. Benjamin D. Hamlington, Ph.D
Keynote Address: Benjamin D. Hamlington, Ph.D. Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology

Dr. Ben Hamlington is a Research Scientist in the Sea Level and Ice Group at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He studies global and regional sea-level changes with a particular focus on using satellite observations to understand sea level variability on interannual to decadal timescales. He has done considerable work on understanding sea level during the 20th century, comparing historical in situ data to modern satellite observations. He is also interested in how sea level responds to both natural and anthropogenic forcing, and what this will mean for coastal populations both now and in the future. This interest extends to bridging the gap between scientist and decision-makers, and the challenge of generating useful scientific information for planning purposes. Dr. Hamlington is a member of NASA's Ocean Surface Topography and GRACE/GRACE-FO science teams and is the current team lead of the NASA Sea Level Change Science team. He is also a member of the Interagency Sea Level Taskforce, USGCRP Coasts Group, and WCRP Grand Challenge on Sea Level.​​​​

How NASA Is Using Satellites to Understand Sea Level Science

The continuous and near‐global coverage of satellites has led to significant advances in our understanding of sea-level rise on both global and regional scales. In this presentation, an overview of the sea level observing network is provided and connected to improvements in our understanding of the physical processes that drive sea level change. Future observing efforts are discussed and areas where there is still uncertainty in assessments of future sea level are highlighted. Finally, challenges of translating science into actionable information are outlined and potential solutions to these challenges are presented.


Speakers
avatar for Howard Neukrug

Howard Neukrug

Professor of Practice and Executive Director; Chair, Advisory Committee on Climate Change, The Water Center at the University of Pennsylvania
Mr. Neukrug is The Professor of Practice in Global Water at the University of Pennsylvania and the founder and director of the University’s Water Center at Penn.  He has 40 years of experience in the water industry, most recently as Commissioner and CEO of Philadelphia Water.  He... Read More →
avatar for Benjamin Hamlington

Benjamin Hamlington

Research Scientist, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Dr. Ben Hamlington is a Research Scientist in the Sea Level and Ice Group at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He studies global and regional sea-level changes with a particular focus on using satellite observations to understand sea level variability on interannual to decadal timescales... Read More →


Tuesday March 2, 2021 9:15am - 10:00am EST
Zoom-1

10:30am EST

Climate Change & the Delaware Estuary
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See Poster/Pre-recorded presentation discussion session

Moderators
MK

Marjorie Kaplan

Associate Director, Rutgers Climate Institute, Rutgers University

Speakers
CF

Chen Fanghui, Ph.D, P.E.

Senior Water Resource Engineer, DRBC
avatar for Judith S. Weis, Ph.D

Judith S. Weis, Ph.D

Professor Emerita, Rutgers University
Salt marshes, estuarine ecology, pollution, behavior, microplastics
avatar for Danielle Kreeger

Danielle Kreeger

Science Director, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
Danielle Kreeger is an ecologist with >35 years of experience as a research scientist and educator. She is the science director for the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, which coordinates the National Estuary Program that protects and restores natural resources in the Delaware... Read More →
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Roger Wang

Assistant Professor, Rutgers University New Brunswick
avatar for Mayci Shimon

Mayci Shimon

Graduate Assistant, Villanova University


Tuesday March 2, 2021 10:30am - 12:00pm EST
Zoom-2

10:30am EST

Monitoring & Assessment
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Moderators
avatar for Angela Padeletti

Angela Padeletti

Operations Director, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary

Speakers
avatar for Heidi Hanlon

Heidi Hanlon

Wildlife Biologist, Cape May NWR
I have been a Wildlife Biologist for 20 years with the US Fish and Wildlife Service.  I monitor various wildlife species and habitats as well as restore habitats in Cape May and Salem Counties.  Species monitored range from shorebirds to salamanders and bats and habitats range from... Read More →
avatar for Joshua Moody

Joshua Moody

Restoration Programs Manager, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
I am the Restoration Programs Manager at the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. In this role I oversee a variety of projects including the Delaware Estuary Living Shoreline Initiative (DELSI) and the development of tools and methodologies to identify and prioritize appropriate... Read More →
avatar for Roger Barlow

Roger Barlow

Physical Scientist, USGS
Roger has been with USGS over 40 years and is active in state coordinating bodies in New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, DC, and throughout the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Roger chairs the New Jersey Elevation Task Force and the Maryland Elevation Work Group. Roger is also the Federal coordinator... Read More →
avatar for Jennifer Repp

Jennifer Repp

Graduate Student, University of Delaware
Talk to me about derelict crab pots, spatial analysis, and classification methods.About the project:https://www.deseagrant.org/derelict-crab-potsDo you record sonar data in the DE Inland Bays? We'll process it for you!Humminbird Solix side-scan sonar recording demo: https://youtu.be/LcjwTNCSNVYVolunteers needed! Especially with boats and sonar systemsTo volunteer for the ghost pot round-up next January, please contact:Kate FlemingCoastal EcologistDelaware Sea Grantkfleming@ud... Read More →
avatar for Erin Dorset

Erin Dorset

Wetland Biologist, Delaware Department of Natural Resources
I have been a biologist with DNREC's Wetland Monitoring and Assessment Program for about 4 years! As part of this wetlands team, I perform tidal and non-tidal wetland condition assessments throughout Delaware. I also assist with planning and monitoring of beneficial use and living... Read More →
WM

Wu Ma

Postdoc, Los Alamos National Laboratory


Tuesday March 2, 2021 10:30am - 12:00pm EST
Zoom-1

1:00pm EST

Featured Speaker Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz and ACCC Member Challenge Panel
 Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz will kick off the afternoon with a discussion of climate change impacts on rain, snow, and flooding in the basin.  Melting ice in the Arctic has not only affected weather patterns but also the ability of meteorologists to forecast the weather.  Glacial ice melt is also connected to the changes in precipitation patterns we are seeing locally, trends that will continue as the climate warms.  Glenn Schwartz has been forecasting the weather for nearly 50 years since graduating from Penn State with a B.S. in Meteorology.  He is a meteorologist at NBC10 and has covered the Greater Philadelphia area for over 24 years.

The featured speaker will be followed by a challenge panel featuring members of DRBC's Advisory Committee on Climate Change.

No matter what your organization, climate change is already having an impact the way we all do business in the Delaware River Basin. Members of the DRBC’s Advisory Committee on Climate Change will moderate and participate in this expert panel to address the question of how climate change has affected their work and organizational priorities and strategies. Each panel member will pose a critical climate challenge, followed by a series of questions posed by the moderator and audience.


Moderators
avatar for Julia Rockwell

Julia Rockwell

Manager, Climate Change Adaptation Program, Philadelphia Water Department

Speakers
avatar for Robert Scarborough, Ph.D

Robert Scarborough, Ph.D

Environmental Program Manager II, DNREC, Delaware Coastal Programs
Bob Scarborough has been the Manager of the Delaware Coastal Management Program (DCMP) of DNREC for the past eight years, prior to that he was the Senior Scientist for the DCMP and the Research Coordinator for the Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve. He has a Doctorate in... Read More →
avatar for Nicholas Procopio, Ph.D.

Nicholas Procopio, Ph.D.

Bureau Chief, Division of Science and Research, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
avatar for William Brady, III

William Brady, III

Vice President, Corporate Environmental Strategy, Exelon Corporation
avatar for Glenn

Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz

Meterologist, NBC 10
Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz is a meteorologist for NBC10's First Alert weather team. You can watch Glenn’s live forecasts weekdays during the 11 a.m., and 5 p.m. newscasts.Born and raised in Philadelphia, Glenn has been covering the Greater Philadelphia area for over 24 years.He’s... Read More →
avatar for Upmanu Lall, Ph.D

Upmanu Lall, Ph.D

Director, Columbia Water Center, Columbia University


Tuesday March 2, 2021 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST
Zoom-2

2:15pm EST

Climate Change Impacts
2:15pm McCabe, Gregory, Research Physical Scientist, Water Mission Area, United States Geological Survey; Hydro-climatic Drought in the Delaware River Basin.

2:30pm Woltemade, Christopher, Professor & Chair, Department of Geography-Earth Science, Center for Land Use and Sustainability, Shippensburg University; Impact of Changing Climate and Land Cover on Flood Magnitudes in the Delaware River Basin
mate and Land Cover on Flood Magnitudes in the Delaware River Basin
2:45pm Kraucunas, Ian, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL); David Moulton, Los Alamos National Laboratory; David Judi, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Elizabeth Hunke, Los Alamos National Laboratory; L. Ruby Leung, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Integrated Coastal Modeling - a New DOE Project

3:00pm Closing Remarks: Kristen Bowman Kavanagh, P.E., Deputy Executive Director, Delaware River Basin Commission & Danielle Kreeger, Ph.D., Senior Science Director, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary

Moderators
avatar for Elizabeth Koniers Brown

Elizabeth Koniers Brown

Director, Audubon Mid-Atlantic

Speakers
avatar for Christopher Woltemade

Christopher Woltemade

Professor and Chair, Department of Geography-Earth Science, and Affiliated Scientist, Center for Land Use and Sustainabi, Shippensburg University
Christopher Woltemade holds a Ph.D. in Geography from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has focused his research for the past 30 years on watershed hydrology, runoff and flooding processes, flood modeling, fluvial geomorphology, water quality, and stream and wetland restoration... Read More →
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Kristen Bowman Kavanagh

Deputy Executive Director, Delaware River Basin Commission
avatar for Danielle Kreeger

Danielle Kreeger

Science Director, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
Danielle Kreeger is an ecologist with >35 years of experience as a research scientist and educator. She is the science director for the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, which coordinates the National Estuary Program that protects and restores natural resources in the Delaware... Read More →
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Ian Kraucunas

Chief Science & Technology Officer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
avatar for Gregory McCabe

Gregory McCabe

Research Physical Scientist, U.S. Geological Survey


Tuesday March 2, 2021 2:15pm - 3:15pm EST
Zoom-2

2:15pm EST

Urban Waters: Restoring & Revitalizing Our Communities


Moderators
avatar for Emily Baumbach

Emily Baumbach

Estuary Program Coordinator, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, Inc.

Speakers
avatar for Bradley Dean CFM, CE

Bradley Dean CFM, CE

Communications & Partnerships Specialist, FEMA
I am a Communications and Partnership Specialist with FEMA’s Risk Management Directorate (RMD) leading the RMD’s partnership strategy, Resilient Nation Partnership Network while also supporting the Mitigation Framework Leadership Group (Secretariat and now Deputy Secretariat... Read More →
avatar for Nathan Boon

Nathan Boon

Senior Program Officer, William Penn Foundation
Nathan supports science- and data-driven approaches to protect and restore the Delaware River watershed: drinking water source for New York City, Philadelphia, Trenton and Wilmington. Before joining the Foundation in 2012, Nathan worked with the consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton... Read More →
avatar for Ellen Kohler

Ellen Kohler

Program Director of Water Resources, University of Maryland Environmental Finance Center
The UMD Environmental Finance Center is one of ten around the country, each serving an Environmental Protection Agency region. We serve Region 3 - Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. We partner with the Syracuse EFC on work in New... Read More →


Tuesday March 2, 2021 2:15pm - 3:15pm EST
Zoom-1

3:30pm EST

Featured Speaker-Dr. Kelsey Leonard, Assistant Professor at University of Waterloo, Shinnecock Indian Nation
Dr. Leonard will speaking about new research published in June 2020 entitled: WAMPUM adaptation framework: eastern coastal tribal nations and sea level rise impacts on water security. The research addresses the need for tribal nations to be the designers and developers of their own sea level rise adaptation strategies.

As a water scientist and protector, Dr. Kelsey Leonard seeks to establish Indigenous traditions of water conservation as the foundation for international water policy-making.
Dr. Kelsey Leonard is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Environment at the University of Waterloo. She represents the Shinnecock Indian Nation on the Mid-Atlantic Committee on the Ocean, which is charged with protecting America's ocean ecosystems and coastlines. She also serves as a member of the Great Lakes Water Quality Board of the International Joint Commission. Dr. Leonard has been instrumental in safeguarding the interests of Indigenous Nations for environmental planning, and builds Indigenous science and knowledge into new solutions for water governance and sustainable oceans.

Speakers
avatar for Kelsey Leonard

Kelsey Leonard

Shinnecock Indian Nation, University of Waterloo
As a water scientist and protector, Dr. Kelsey Leonard seeks to establish Indigenous traditions of water conservation as the foundation for international water policy-making.Dr. Kelsey Leonard is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Environment at the University of Waterloo. She... Read More →


Tuesday March 2, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm EST
Zoom-1

5:30pm EST

Mentor/Mentee Networking
Ten professionals with a variety of interests and professional backgrounds will be “sitting” down with young professionals and students for a networking session. Bring your snacks and beverages to these casual breakout rooms. Mentees can sign-up during Eventbrite registration, email sbouboulis@delawareesturay.org for more information, or just show up!

Thank you to our Mentors, you can read their bios, here.

Please make sure you have the latest version of Zoom downloaded to best use the breakout room feature. www.zoom.us/download

Meeting ID: 874 6579 1189
Passcode: 824090

Speakers
avatar for Kimberly Long

Kimberly Long

Environmental Performance Improvement Manager, Exelon Corporation
Interests: Sustainability, fisheries management, ecology, environmental permitting and compliance, RTE species managementShort Bio:Kimberly Long serves as an Environmental Performance Improvement Manager with Exelon Corporation. In this role, she is responsible for coordination of... Read More →
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Kari St Laurent

Research Coordinator, Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control
Research Coordinator and Environmental Scientist with DNREC-Delaware Coastal Programs. Research interests include organic geochemistry, biochar, blue carbon, organic pollutants, and coastal acidification.
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Jennifer Holmes

Planner, DNREC - Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve
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Joshua Moody

Restoration Programs Manager, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
I am the Restoration Programs Manager at the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. In this role I oversee a variety of projects including the Delaware Estuary Living Shoreline Initiative (DELSI) and the development of tools and methodologies to identify and prioritize appropriate... Read More →
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LeeAnn Haaf

Wetland Coordinator, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
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Danielle Kreeger

Science Director, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
Danielle Kreeger is an ecologist with >35 years of experience as a research scientist and educator. She is the science director for the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, which coordinates the National Estuary Program that protects and restores natural resources in the Delaware... Read More →
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Eric Eckl

Owner, Water Words That Work, LLC
Eric founded Water Words That Work, LLC and oversees all the company’s client projects. Eric has more than 20 years experience planning and executing environmental outreach and communications programs. Eric is a sought-after conference speaker and has appeared on CNN and been quoted... Read More →
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David Bushek

Director/Professor, Rutgers Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory
The predominant thrust of my research concerns host-parasite interactions in bivalve molluscs. A second focus aims to enhance our understanding of the ecological impact of bivalves, particularly the eastern oyster, at the population, community and ecosystem levels... Read More →
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Geoffrey Goll

President, Princeton Hydro, LLC
Geoff Goll is a founding partner and President of Princeton Hydro, LLC, a water resources consulting firm with offices in New Jersey, Pennsylvania Maryland and Connecticut with over 60 engineers and scientists.  Geoff founded the firm with Stephen Souza, Mark Gallagher and Fred Lubnow... Read More →


Tuesday March 2, 2021 5:30pm - 6:30pm EST
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Wednesday, March 3
 

9:00am EST

Poster & Pre-recorded Discussion Session II
Topic areas will be broken-up into individual breakout rooms. Presenting authors will be available in each breakout room for discussion and Q&A. Attendees will be able to choose between and visit various breakout rooms throughout the session. Please make sure you have the latest version of Zoom downloaded for the best breakout room experience. www.zoom.us/download

Click here for the list of presentations by breakout room. Poster and Presentations are now available for viewing!

Meeting ID: 852 9413 2744
Passcode: 039557

Speakers
avatar for Jonathan Cohen

Jonathan Cohen

Associate Professor of Marine Science, University of Delaware
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Brittany Wilburn

Intern Research Scientist, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
I am a Research Scientist Intern with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (https://www.nj.gov/dep/dsr/), as well as a PhD candidate at Drexel University in Dr. Elizabeth Watson's coastal change lab (https://coastalchangelab.wordpress.com/). I am interested in wetland... Read More →
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Samantha Collins

Research Scientist, The Wetlands Institute
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LeeAnn Haaf

Wetland Coordinator, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
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Danielle Kreeger

Science Director, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
Danielle Kreeger is an ecologist with >35 years of experience as a research scientist and educator. She is the science director for the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, which coordinates the National Estuary Program that protects and restores natural resources in the Delaware... Read More →
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Martha Maxwell-Doyle

Deputy Director, Barnegat Bay Partnership
avatar for Leah Morgan

Leah Morgan

Science Fellow, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
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Cassandra Miller

Environmental Science Undergraduate Senior, Wesley College
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Neil Keller

Environmental Science Undergraduate Senior, Wesley College
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Gregory Lech

Fisheries Biologist, PA Fish & Boat Commission
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Malcolm Newman

Staff Scientist, The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University
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Julia Fontana

Graduate Student, University of Delaware
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Laura Wiltsee

Masters Student, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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Alexandria Ambrose

Student, Rutgers Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory
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Todd Thoman

Graduate Student, University of Delaware
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Noel Turner

Hydrologist, U.S Fish & Wildlife Service
I am passionate about all things water related! I actively maintain tidal water level sites, collect water quality data (continuous and grab samples), and conduct sediment flux analyses. My background was more groundwater based. In my current role I also help plan, coordinate, monitor... Read More →
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Bob Collins

Program Manager, Delaware Center for the Inland Bays
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Laura Kerr

Research Coastal Engineer, Coastal Resilience Specialist, Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey Sea Grant
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Lauren Mosesso

PhD Candidate, University of Delaware
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Matthew Gentry

Shellfish Specialist, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary


Wednesday March 3, 2021 9:00am - 10:00am EST
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10:30am EST

25 Years in the Delaware Estuary: Reflecting on Past Accomplishments and Addressing Future Challenges
The first Comprehensive Conservation & Management Plan (CCMP) for the Delaware Estuary was created in 1996. This plan was designed to guide the collective efforts of environmental agencies and organizations in the region to protect and enhance the Delaware River and Bay. To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of this plan, representatives of the Delaware Estuary Program Steering Committee will reflect back on previous accomplishments and look forward to future challenges and opportunities in the Delaware Estuary. During this panel discussion, Steering Committee members will be asked:
  • What do you think are some of the most important contributions that your agency has made over the last 25 years for Clean Waters, Healthy Habitats, and Strong Communities?
  • What is the most important role that the Delaware Estuary Program can play to address future challenges as well as opportunities in the Delaware Estuary?
Featuring steering committee members:
  • Shawn Garvin, DNREC, Secretary
  • Bruce Friedman, NJDEP, Director of Water Monitoring and Standards
  • Aneca Atkinson, PADEP, Deputy Secretary of Water Programs
  • Steven Tambini, Delaware River Basin Commission, Executive Director
  • Marc Cammarata, PWD, Deputy Water Commissioner for Planning
  • Javier Laureano, U.S. EPA, Region 2, Director Water Division
  • Catherine Libertz, U.S. EPA, Region 3, Water Division Director
Introduction by PDE Executive Director, Kathy Klein; moderated by PDE Board Chair, Joe Tarsavage

Moderators
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Kathy Klein

Executive Director, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
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Joseph Tarsavage

Vice President, Mid-Atlantic Operation Manager, Wood

Speakers
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Bruce Friedman

Director of Water Monitoring and Standards, NJDEP
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Aneca Atkinson

Deputy Secretary of Water Programs, PADeP
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Marc Cammarata

Deputy Water Commissioner for Planning, PWD
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Javier Laureano

Director, Water Division, U.S.EPA, Region 2
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Shawn Garvin

Secretary, DNREC
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Steven J. Tambini

Executive Director, Delaware River Basin Commission


Wednesday March 3, 2021 10:30am - 11:30am EST
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11:30am EST

Fresh Perspectives on the Next 25 Year
What do the next 25 years look like for the Delaware Estuary and the world? Who are the people that that future needs to include? What does the future hold for our natural resources and the people that live here? During this panel we will feature two young people gearing up for that future and having a discussion surrounding these questions.

The two speakers will be followed by a panel discussion with moderated questions and questions form the audience.

After a brief introduction from PDE Science director, Dr. Danielle Kreeger, the panel will be moderated by Korin Tangtruakul.

Korin Tangtrakul is the Sustainability Manager for the Sustainable Water Resource Engineering (SWRE) Lab under Dr. Franco Montalto of Drexel University. With experience in geography, urban planning, green infrastructure, community engagement and environmental activism, Korin's current role includes developing partnerships to further community-engaged research and seeking research opportunities at the nexus of climate change and green infrastructure. She is also working on a university-wide initiative to elevate Drexel's climate and sustainability programs, courses and research through the creation of an Office of Climate and Sustainability. She received a BA in Environmental Studies and Geography & Urban Studies from Temple University and an MS in Urban Environmental Systems Management from Pratt Institute.

Our panelists are Sabirah Mahmud and Dr. Michael Acquafredda.

Sabirah Mahmud (she/her) is a 18-year-old Muslim Bangladeshi-American climate and racial justice organizer. After discovering her own personal connection with the climate crisis, she realized that the suffering her family has endured in Bangladesh, one of the countries most vulnerable to this crisis, could not stand longer. This inspired her to found her own climate movement in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She has been organizing with the climate movement since February of 2019 when she founded Philly Climate Strike, now Youth Climate Action Team Philly, soon becoming the Pennsylvania Chapter Executive Director. From then she spent a period of time working nationally for the U.S. Youth Climate Strike and Youth Climate Action Team. Now she organizes locally with the Youth Climate Action Team Philadelphia and the Black and Brown Coalition Philadelphia. In the future, however, she wants to travel abroad to advocate for human rights but right now she fights for a leftist revolution starting with her home city in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Dr. Michael Acquafredda recently received his PhD in Ecology & Evolution from Rutgers University, where he studied sustainable aquaculture at the Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory. His dissertation focused on ways that aquaculture opportunities can be expanded in the northeastern United States through ecologically-sound diversification. Specifically, Michael studied Atlantic surfclam (Spisula solidissima) farming techniques, the surfclam’s vulnerability and resilience to ocean warming, and bivalve polyculture. Additionally, Michael recently completed a John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship with the NOAA Ocean Acidification Program. During the fellowship, Michael integrated his aquaculture experience to advance domestic and international ocean acidification (OA) policy. Link Mike's paper. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10584-020-02844-w 

Moderators
avatar for Danielle Kreeger

Danielle Kreeger

Science Director, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
Danielle Kreeger is an ecologist with >35 years of experience as a research scientist and educator. She is the science director for the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, which coordinates the National Estuary Program that protects and restores natural resources in the Delaware... Read More →
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Korin Tangtrakul

Sustainability Manager, Drexel University

Speakers
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Sabirah Mahmud

Climate Organizer, Philadelphia Youth Climate Action Team
Sabirah Mahmud (she/her) is a 18-year-old Muslim Bangladeshi-American climate and racial justice organizer. After discovering her own personal connection with the climate crisis, she realized that the suffering her family has endured in Bangladesh, one of the countries most vulnerable... Read More →


Wednesday March 3, 2021 11:30am - 12:30pm EST
Zoom-1

1:30pm EST

Outreach & Community
✎ indicates student presentation;  ϟ  indicates lightning talk

Moderators
avatar for Joshua Moody

Joshua Moody

Restoration Programs Manager, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
I am the Restoration Programs Manager at the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. In this role I oversee a variety of projects including the Delaware Estuary Living Shoreline Initiative (DELSI) and the development of tools and methodologies to identify and prioritize appropriate... Read More →

Speakers
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Michael Harris

Stormwater & Environmental Programs Manager, New Castle County
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Eliza Gross

National Map Liaison, U.S. Geological Survey
Eliza Gross is a National Map Liaison with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) National Geospatial Program (NGP) and provides outreach and coordination of geospatial activities in support of NGP initiatives and USGS science. Before joining NGP in 2020, she started with the Pennsylvania... Read More →
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Eric Eckl

Owner, Water Words That Work, LLC
Eric founded Water Words That Work, LLC and oversees all the company’s client projects. Eric has more than 20 years experience planning and executing environmental outreach and communications programs. Eric is a sought-after conference speaker and has appeared on CNN and been quoted... Read More →
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Firas Gerges

PhD Candidate, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Firas Gerges is a Computer Science PhD candidate at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), working as a research assistant for Dr. Michel Boufadel at the Center for Natural Resources (NJIT). Since Joining the center, his work mainly focuses on community resilience and its... Read More →
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Ron Smith

Environmental Science Educator, Haddonfield Memorial High School
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Jennifer Egan

Program Manager, University of Maryland
The Environmental Finance Center (EFC) at the University of Maryland is one of ten university-based centers across the country that provides communities with the tools and information necessary to manage change for a healthy environment and an enhanced quality of life.
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Maddy Goss

Communications Specialist, Delaware Center for the Inland Bays
Hello! I joined the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays in September 2020 as the organization's Communications Specialist. I help produce content for the Center's social media channels, email newsletters, press releases, special publications, and more! Before this position, I was... Read More →


Wednesday March 3, 2021 1:30pm - 3:00pm EST
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1:30pm EST

Watershed Scale Coastal Resilience: Concept through Delivery Case Study in Delaware’s Inland Bays

Moderators
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Jim Eisenhardt

Senior Manager, RK&K

Speakers
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Marianne Walch

Science & Restoration Coordinator, Delaware Center for the Inland Bays
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Douglas Janiec

Natural Resources Program Manager, Sovereign Consulting Inc.
Well over 3 decades of natural resources experience.Primary practicing areas of expertise:- Restoration (living shorelines, marshes, fish passage, nearshore reefs, streams, and more) including siting, evaluation, design, permitting, constructions, monitoring, and outreach.- Ecological... Read More →


Wednesday March 3, 2021 1:30pm - 3:00pm EST
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3:30pm EST

Hot Topics
✎ indicates student presentation;  ϟ  indicates lightning talk
  • 3:30pm Bushek, David, Rutgers University; Lisa Calvo, Rutgers University, Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory; Jason Morson, Rutgers University, Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory; Status of Delaware Bay Oyster Resources and Industries During COVID-19
  • 3:45pm Zito-Livingston, Adrianna, The Nature Conservancy New Jersey Chapter; Doug Faircloth, The Nature Conservancy New Jersey Chapter; Metthea Yepsen, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Office of Science and Research; Laura Crane, The Nature Conservancy New Jersey Chapter;  Tracking vegetation response to beneficial use of dredged sediment for marsh platform restoration at three sites in Southern New Jersey
  • 4:00pm Parker, Alex, California State University Maritime Academy; Joanna York, University of Delaware; Margaret Dolan, University of Delaware; David Walsh, Woods Hole Group; Does Ammonium Supplied from Municipal Wastewater Suppress Primary Production in the Urban Delaware River?
  • 4:15pm ϟ Petrone, Christopher, Delaware Sea Grant / Univ. of Delaware; Research and Outreach Rapid Response to the 2020 Broadkill Beach Oil Spill ϟ
  • 4:20pm A

Moderators
avatar for Danielle Kreeger

Danielle Kreeger

Science Director, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
Danielle Kreeger is an ecologist with >35 years of experience as a research scientist and educator. She is the science director for the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, which coordinates the National Estuary Program that protects and restores natural resources in the Delaware... Read More →

Speakers
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Alex Parker

Associate Professor, CSU Maritime Academy
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Adrianna Zito-Livingston

Coastal Projects Coordinator, The Nature Conservancy New Jersey
I am the Coastal Projects Coordinator for The Nature Conservancy (TNC) in New Jersey. As a member of the Chapter's Coastal Team, I have managed preserves in Cape May for people and wildlife, implemented coastal restoration projects including living shorelines, and beneficial use of... Read More →
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David Bushek

Director/Professor, Rutgers Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory
The predominant thrust of my research concerns host-parasite interactions in bivalve molluscs. A second focus aims to enhance our understanding of the ecological impact of bivalves, particularly the eastern oyster, at the population, community and ecosystem levels... Read More →
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Christopher Petrone

Marine Advisory Service Director, Delaware Sea Grant / Univ. of Delaware


Wednesday March 3, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm EST
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4:30pm EST

Summit Closing & Awards
Speakers
avatar for Danielle Kreeger

Danielle Kreeger

Science Director, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
Danielle Kreeger is an ecologist with >35 years of experience as a research scientist and educator. She is the science director for the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, which coordinates the National Estuary Program that protects and restores natural resources in the Delaware... Read More →
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Kathy Klein

Executive Director, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary


Wednesday March 3, 2021 4:30pm - 5:00pm EST
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