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2002 AWRA Alaska Section Conference Proceedings
April 8-10, 2002 - Soldotna, Alaska.
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ALASKA SURFACE WATER SESSION I

PANEL SESSION

  • Issues and Potential Impacts of Low-Level Nutrients and Persistent Organic Pollutants in the Kenai Watershed
    Moderator - Michael R. Lilly, GW Scientific
    Presentations by panel members will be followed by question and answer session:
    • Steve Frenzel, U.S. Geological Survey
      Steve Frenzel began working with the USGS as a student in Helena, Montana in 1977. After receiving a BS degree in Fisheries from Humboldt State University, he worked in the Boise, Idaho USGS office on a variety of water-quality and limnological studies. A year of graduate study in Aqualtic Ecology at Utah State University was done in 1991-92 prior to moving to Kansas to work on a National Water-Quality Assessment study in the midwest. In 1997, he transferred to the Alaska District of the USGS to head the NAWQA study of the Cook Inlet Basin.
    • Jeep Rice, NOAA - Auke Bay Fisheries Laboratory
      Dr. Stanley "Jeep" Rice. 30 plus years with NOAA at the Auke Bay Fisheries Laboratory in Juneau. Hired to work on the Trans Alaska Pipeline environmental impact statement and to initate an oil toxicity research program relevant to Alaska oil and fishery resources. Participated as a principle investigator and program manager on a series of damage assessment studies following the Exxon Valdez oil spill, and has managed a team of biologists and chemists studying the spill persistence and effects for the last 12 years. Current research focus continues to be on the long term effects of oil, particularly on early life stages, and on developing passive samplers appropriate for trace quantities of organic pollutants.
    • Gordon Haas, University of Alaska Fairbanks
      Dr. Gordon Haas is currently an assistant professor in the School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. He is also the curator of fishes at the University of Alaska Museum. He has earned a M.Sc and Ph.D. in zoology from the University of British Columbia were his research focused on conservation, ecology, taxonomy & evolution of BC fishes and aquatic / riparian ecosystems. Current research projects cover a wide spectrum of topics such as conservation, dynamics, impact assessment / mitigation, interactions (biological and social), management, protection and sustainability of fish and aquatic / riparian ecosystems and taxonomy.

ALASKA SURFACE WATER SESSION II

ALASKA CLIMATE SESSION I

ALASKA CLIMATE SESSION II

ALASKA SURFACE WATER SESSION III

  • Skagway RIver Flood Control: Between a Rock and a Wet Place - Brett Jokela, MWH Americas
  • Watershed Characterization of the Shaw Creek Watershed and Adjacent Spring-Fed Streams along the Tanana River, Alaska - J. Mendez (co-authors, M. Lilly, R. McCaffrey, and C. McCauley)

ALASKA GROUNDWATER SESSION I

ALASKA SURFACE WATER SESSION IV

ALASKA WATER RESOURCES SESSION I

  • Long-Term Drying of the Kenai Peninsula - Ed Berg, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Using the Hydrogeomorphic Approach for Assessing Slope/Flat Wetland Complexes in the Lower Kenai River Drainage Basin - Jim Powell, Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation

ALASKA WATER RESOURCES SESSION II


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