08 Dec 2021
WCIECA Winter Newsletter 2021 Edition
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Water Quality Monitoring of Post Fire Areas
Studies Conducted: on 2 fires; Holy 2018 Lake Elsinore Riverside and Orange Co. and the Tenaja Fire 2019 outside of S. Riverside Co.
Abstract: View it here.
How does post-fire runoff affect contaminant flux?
• Contaminant flux presentation will compare the relative mass contributions of contaminants from the burned catchments vs. the unburned natural areas.
• Understanding the effects of wildfires on contaminant flux provides information that can inform management actions, including strategies used to comply with water quality regulations.
Recommendations for Post-fire Monitoring Studies
• Study Design and Monitoring Logistics
• Safety Considerations
1. Rebekah Guill: Senior Flood Control Planner, Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District/Watershed Protection, email@example.com
2. Garth Engelhorn, CPSWQ, QISP/Tor: Senior Project Manager, Water Resources | NV5, firstname.lastname@example.org
Practitioners interested in effective and economical methods of erosion and sediment control leading to improved water and air quality; environmental restoration; and land stewardship.
Public Works Directors
What is Environmental Connection?
This is IECA’s premier educational event for the erosion, sediment control and stormwater industry. Environmental Connection combines intense, full and half day training courses with topic-focused technical sessions and the largest expo of its kind.
Over 4 days, Environmental Connection provides peer–reviewed education, products and technology which address four educational tracks:
- Erosion and Sediment Control
- Stormwater Management
- Surface Water Restoration
- MS4 Management
Western Chapter Meeting: 2/17/16, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm, Room 302B. All members and guests welcome!