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99% Sediment Yield in Two Easy StepsIncludes Credits
This case study will present the interesting details of a particular operation on a specific interstate project. However, the approach to the work and the lessons learned will be even more impactful and are applicable to any land disturbing activity where water quality is a priority.
A Different Way of Looking at Sediment Control on Construction SitesIncludes Credits
This course discusses the effects of stormwater runoff volume and rates on the performance of temporary sediment control BMPs on construction site.
After the Wildfire - Hydrologic and Water Quality Effects of WildfireIncludes Credits
This webinar will present information on the hydrologic and sediment transport effects of wildfires.
A Performance-Based Design and Installation Standard for Silt Fence Sediment BarriersIncludes Credits
This presentation will describe a silt fence sediment barrier design and installation standard developed through a comprehensive literature review of current state agency guidance and performance-based research.
Applications of the High Definition Stream Survey, more data, better quality, lower costIncludes Credits
The High Definition Stream Survey (HDSS) approach was created to rapidly gather continuous geo-referenced data in a single pass for a broad range of stream and streambank conditions by integrating GPS, video, depth, water quality and other sensors.
Applying the Principles of Living Shorelines in Tidal and Non-Tidal EnvironmentsIncludes Credits
This course will focus on implementation of erosion control solutions along shorelines and streambanks in areas of tidal influence.
Arid and Semi Arid Soils: Characteristics and Challenges for Revegetation, Reclamation, and MitigationIncludes Credits
Revegetation, reclamation, and mitigation become increasingly difficult as water becomes the most limiting factor for plant growth. These problems often are compounded in semiarid and arid regions by salinity, which further restricts plant growth, and sodicity, which destroys soil structure.
Biodegradable Products - Taking Root in the Industry
The erosion control industry is always innovating and adapting to new requirements and regulations. More and more, we are seeing a requirement of 100% biodegradable products.
Bioengineering and Biotechnical Soil StabilizationIncludes Credits
Understand the guiding principles behind the Biotechnical techniques, the geotechnical benefits, the history, and the many important details necessary for a successful project.
Bioretention Standards - Another Tool in the LID ToolkitIncludes Credits
National bioretention design and construction standards were developed as a National Research Council Canada’s Climate Resilient Buildings and Codes Infrastructure initiative.
Biotic Soil Technology for Efficient Landfill Closure - A Southeast US Case StudyIncludes Credits
This case study will focus on the closure of a landfill in the Southeastern US with several issues to overcome.
Blocksom Inlet Filter
Eric Pearman from Blocksom & Co educates you on their legendary 20 year old product: the Blocksom Inlet Filter.
BMP Management: Your Essential Best Management Practice Package
From construction site compliance to maintaining permanent BMPs this five (5) course package will cover the material you need to know to get the job done.
Building for the Future – Shifting to a Sustainable and Permanent Vegetated MSE System for Water, Wall, Slope and Erosion ChallengesIncludes Credits
Available on-demand: Join us and Trexiana for an insightful and engaging conversation about the benefits of building with a Vegetated MSE Solution as we continue the shift into a carbon neutral future.
Building Green: Atlanta's Green Infrastructure ApproachIncludes Credits
The City of Atlanta has embraced the use of green infrastructure as a means of combined sewer capacity relief, ecosystem restoration, economic stimulus, and water quality control. In February of 2013, Atlanta adopted one of the most far-reaching stormwater management ordinances in the country.
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