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Latest Activity: Oct 12, 2015

Opportunity to influence LCC decisions

Members of this group will have an opportunity to help influence LCC decisions with respect to the newly approved project predicting baseline, altered, and future aquatic flows in the face of population growth and climate change. (Updated: 1/31/2012)

 

Discussion Forum

Aquatic Connectivity project approved!

Great news, Rivers and Streams group. A really exciting aquatic connectivity project was just selected by the SALCC Steering Committee for funding this year.  I wanted to make sure you got the news…Continue

Started by Rua Mordecai Jul 25, 2012.

Instream flows project approved! 2 Replies

Wow. Despite the huge amount of interest in this issue and a number of really impressive proposals, your cooperative managed to come together on a consensus recommendation for how to predict…Continue

Started by Rua Mordecai. Last reply by Mary Davis Jan 31, 2012.

Future flows update 2 Replies

Thanks to all of you who have sent along comments and been part of the Rivers and Streams group calls we've been having related to understanding the impacts of current and future flows on aquatic…Continue

Started by Rua Mordecai. Last reply by Rua Mordecai Aug 22, 2011.

Help craft an RFP to predict the impact of future change on priority aquatic resources 1 Reply

Apologies to all for the tight deadlines. The rivers and streams group now has an opportunity to help craft a request for proposals focused on predicting the impact of future change (e.g.,…Continue

Tags: future flows, aquatic

Started by Rua Mordecai. Last reply by Rua Mordecai Mar 9, 2011.

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Comment by Christine Laporte on June 4, 2012 at 9:08am

Hi
I am working on Phase 2 of the NPS WQ Metadata portal http://www.gcrc.uga.edu/wqmeta/ , expanding our already solid  list of programs and agencies to include any in the SALCC geographic region with  high quality WQ data programs  in the  SE, coastal and inland as well ( esp. watersheds linking to coastal NPS sites) .  If you know of any to add, or suggestions of who may know, please contact me asap. Thanks ! Christine 828-989-2950 or claporte@uga.edu

Comment by Rua Mordecai on October 27, 2011 at 10:21am
Thanks for putting that up, Roger. Really nails that white water to blue water connection!
Comment by Roger Pugliese on October 26, 2011 at 4:43pm

Present SAFMC Esential Fish Habitat (EFH) Policy Statement on Flow:

http://www.safmc.net/Portals/0/HabitatPolicies/FlowsPolicy.pdf

Roger Pugliese SAFMC

Comment by Mary Davis on April 8, 2011 at 1:02pm

Hi Everyone,

 

Per my message last week, please, join us on a WebEx Thursday, April 14 at 10:00 AM eastern about hydrologic modeling in the region.

 

The draft report we will be discussion can be accessed at the following link:

SALCC%20Hydrologic%20Model%20Assessment.docx

 

Contact me at davismarym@bellsouth.net if you have questions. 

 

Thanks,

Mary

 

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Comment by Mary Davis on March 29, 2011 at 12:59pm

Hi River Friends,

I have a draft report that I would like to discuss with the members of this group on the status of hydrologic modeling in the SALCC.  I developed it on behalf of SARP for the SALCC to help determine whether there is sufficient information to assess flow alterations under the ELOHA framework.  Your comments would be helpful in completing the recommendations for the SALCC to develop a hydrologic foundation.  The discussion would also help guide work to improve water resource management in the SALCC and the broader SARP region.

 

I will host this discussion via WebEx on April 14 at 10:00 AM Eastern.  Please let me know if you would be interested in participating.  Whether you participate or not, I would appreciate any comments you have on the report via this website.

 

The draft report can be accessed at the following link:

SALCC%20Hydrologic%20Model%20Assessment.docx

 

Thank you and I look forward to our discussion.

Mary Davis

Comment by Sarah McRae on November 12, 2010 at 11:48am
Great concept! I hope it catches on and I look forward to participating...
 

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