2015 Wetland Mitigation Research Symposium

WSSI and PFF hosted a second symposium in conjunction with the Virginia Association of Wetland Professionals' Annual Fall meeting. Presentations focused on Wetbud, the wetland water budgeting program developed by an interdisipclinary team of scientists from Virginia Tech, the University of Kentucky, and Old Dominion University, and funded by WRI. In addition, researchers from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science and Christopher Newport University shared results from studies focused on improving wetland reforestation practices. 

 

Presentation Slides

Introduction and Overview of Wetbud
W. Lee Daniels, PhD ‐ Virginia Tech, Department of Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences

The programming structure and data requirements for Wetbud
Zach Agioutantis, PhD - University of Kentucky, Department of Mining Engineering

Wetbud Surface Water Components in Basic Model
Tess Thompson, PhD ‐ Virginia Tech, Department of Biological Systems Engineering
Zach Agioutantis, PhD - University of Kentucky, Department of Mining Engineering

Using Wetbud: Initial Data Requirements
Rich Whittecar, PhD ‐ Old Dominion University, Department of Ocean, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
with Ben Hiza, Stephen Stone, Kerby Dobbs, John McLeod, Mathew Richardson, Tracy Thornton, and Cal Smith