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2003 AWRA Alaska Section Conference Proceedings
April 14-16, 2003 - Wasilla, Alaska.
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ALASKA SURFACE WATER SESSION

PANEL SESSION

  • Water Resource Management and Monitoring Efforts in the Mat-Su Borough - Where is it Today and What Does the Future Hold?"
    Moderator - Laura Eldred, ADEC
    Presentations by panel members will be followed by question and answer session :
    • John Duffy, Matanuska-Susitna Borough Manager
      Mr. Duffy has worked for the Borough for over 16 years. Prior to this appointment, Mr. Duffy worked as Assistant Borough Manager. He has also served ten years as the Borough's planning director. Mr. Duffy has a Master's Degree in Urban Planning and Policy from the University of Illinois with a specialization in transportation planning. He has been recently appointed to the US EPA's Local Government Advisory Committee.
    • Gary Prokosch, Chief of Water Resources, DNR
      Mr. Prokosch's division oversees Water Management (Water Rights), Alaska Hydrologic Survey, and Dam Safety and Construction. Mr. Prokosch has 25 years in the field of water management with the State of Alaska. He has an AS in Forestry and in BS Natural Resource Management from the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
    • Archie Giddings, City Engineer for Wasilla
      A 20 year resident of Wasilla, Mr. Giddings is currently working on a storm drain system for downtown Wasilla, west of Main Street and north of the Parks Highway that will reduce contaminants entering Lake Lucille.
    • Jennifer Mcgill, Chickaloon Tribal Council
      Ms. McGill is an environmental specialist for Chickaloon Native Village. She is currently project director for a monitoring program funded by the US Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Native Americans. Ms. McGill has a MS from the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, New York.
    • Glenda Smith, Soil and Water Conservation Districts Representative
      Glenda is the SWCD watershed project coordinator for the Wasilla, Palmer and Upper Susitna SWCD's.
    • Suzanne Hill, ADEC Drinking Water and Wastewater Program
      Ms. Hill is the Program Coordinator for the Drinking Water Protection (DWWP) component of the Drinking Water and Wastewater Program. Activities under the DWWP include completing source water assessments for all public drinking water systems in Alaska and developing a Wellhead Protection Program. Prior to moving to Alaska, Ms. Hill had worked for the City of Seattle Water Department for 23 years and was a
      Senior Conservation Program Manager for the last 9 years there.

ALASKA SURFACE WATER SESSION II

ALASKA STREAMS AND WETLANDS SESSION

ALASKA STREAMS AND WETLANDS SESSION II

  • An Overview of Stream Restoration Activities Along the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, Chris Roach, Independent Consultant (co-author Shoulders, M.)
  • Lessons Learned From Stream Restoration Activities Along the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, Chris Roach, Independent Consultant (co-author Shoulders, M.)
  • Resurrection Creek Stream Channel and Riparian Restoration Analysis, River Kilometer 8.0 to 9.3, David Blanchet (speaker), Hydrologist, Chugach National Forest (authors: Blair, B., Powers, P. and Olegario A. - Wind River Watershed Restoration Team)

ALASKA CLIMATE SESSION

ALASKA GROUND WATER SESSION

ALASKA WATER RESOURCES SESSION

ALASKA WATER RESOURCES SESSION II

  • Why is the Hubbard Glacier Growing and Advancing? Dennis Trabant, US Geological Survey
  • Status of Instream Flow Opportunities and Issues in Alaska - Christopher Estes, Alaska Department of Fish and Game (co-author, Prokosch, G.)
  • Status of Alaska's Clean Water Action Initiative, Christopher Estes, Alaska Department of Fish and Game

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