Beneficial Effects of Healthy Watersheds on Pollutant Fate and Transport
This workshop will examine and discuss how important attributes such as natural variation within a feature class, anthropogenic degradation, management status, and spatial factors (e.g., hydrologic connectivity, location in watershed) affect how nutrient and/or sediment retention/loading rates are assigned to natural landscape features (wetlands, riparian buffers, and streams, including hyporheic zones) within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Model.
Location and Lodging
March 7, 2012 -March 8, 2012
Bishop Claggett Retreat Center
3035 Buckeystown Pike
Conference attendees can book a discounted room at the Hampton Inn - Frederick for the nights of March 6th and March 7th. The discounted rate is $119.00 plus tax. Government employees are eligible for a $104.00 rate if they show their badge at check-in. To receive the discounted rate, please call 301-698-2500 and ask for the group code "STAC," or visit: www.frederick.hamptoninn.com and enter the group code "STAC" when booking. This discounted rate is available before February 24th, so please book your room before then.
Registration is currently closed. If you have any questions, please contact STAC Staff
Greg Garman, Workshop Lead
Matt Ellis, STAC Representative
Natalie Gardner, STAC Staff
Healthy Watersheds GIT