2019 cbec Conferences

It’s official, conference season has begun! We have the pleasure of presenting or attending at numerous conferences over the coming months, will you be joining us? Explore the links below and keep an eye on our social media profiles for up to date conference info.

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  FMA/ASFPM Flood Risk Symposium | April 4, 2019 – Rancho Cordova, CA

Who you’ll see: Chris Bowles

  SERCAL Annual Conference | April 10-12, 2019 – Santa Barbara, CA

Drop by our booth!
Who you’ll see: Chris Hammersmark
Jai Singh “Butano Creek Channel Reconnection and Resilience Project”

 CWEMF Annual Meeting | April 22-24, 2019 – Folsom, CA

Who you’ll see:
Sam Diaz “A 2-Dimensional Modeling Approach to Support Long-Term Sustainability of a Floodplain Restoration Project”
Matt Weber “The Problem of Shifting Baselines for Flood Impact Assessments for Gravel Augmentation Projects”

 SRF Annual Conference | April 23-26, 2019 – Santa Rosa, CA

Who you’ll see:
Chris Hammersmark “Planning for Recovery – Filling the Rearing Habitat Deficit on the Lower American River, California”
Jai Singh “Butano Marsh Channel Reconnection and Resilience Project”

 CWP National Conference April 29-May 2, 2019 – Charleston, SC

Who you’ll see:
Matt Weber “Reclaiming Floodplains for Fish Habitat and Flood Protection”

 EWRI Congress | May 19-23, 2019 – Pittsburgh, PA

Who you’ll see:
John Stofleth “The Sacramento River Levee Setback: Design and Construction of a Floodplain Rehabilitation Project that
Enhances Ecologic Function and Flood Protection”

 SEDHYD Conference | June 24-29, 2019 – Reno, NV

Drop by our booth!
Who you’ll see:
Chris Hammersmark “Ecohydraulic Design of Salmonid Habitat Enhancement Projects in the Central Valley, California”
John Stofleth “The Sacramento River Levee Setback: Floodplain Rehabilitation Design To Enhance Ecologic Function
With Consideration of Geomorphic Processes”

Matt Weber “Interpreting Topographic Change on the Lower American River In California”
Michael Founds “Predicting Micro-Catchment Ponded Infiltration Dynamics”

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