Using Multiple Management Models in the Chesapeake Bay
The Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP) currently intends to find funds in nexy year's federal budget to fund multiple modeling teams to develop, run and compare the output of multiple coupled shallow water, hydrodynamic+water quality/sediment models within a data-rich, shallow water area of the estuary. STAC has specifically been asked to conduct a workshop to help the CBP:
1) Define elements that should be included in such a pilot project and,
2) Begin a discussion of the benefits and challenges of using multiple models in a regulatory environment.
This workshop will be the first of two workshops held on this topic. The second will take place during the summer of 2012.
Location and Lodging
April 26, 2012 -April 27, 2012
Waterman's Hall, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
1375 Greate Road
Gloucester Point, VA
Registration is currently closed. If you have any questions, please contact STAC Staff
Marjorie Friedrichs, Workshop Lead
Marjorie Friedrichs, STAC Representative
Matt Ellis, STAC Staff