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Geosyntec to Present at CASQA

Please join Geosyntec at the California Stormwater Quality Association (CASQA) Gold Stormwater Steward Sponsor for a meet and greet with our experts that are speaking at the following sessions and workshops in San Diego on September 11-14, 2016.

Monday September 12 - CASQA Training Workshop Speakers

Lisa Austin

The Realities of Watershed Management Plans and Green Infrastructure Plan Implementation Training Workshop / Tracking Progress, Measuring Effectiveness, and Managing Adaptively Panel Discussion
10:30 am to 12:00 pm | Room Sunset III

Brandon Steets

Industrial General Permit Workshop / Solely Attributable or Not - Is Aerial Deposition Driving NAL Exceedances?
10:30 am to 12:00 pm | Room Sunset V

Eric Strecker & Aaron Poresky

Making Bioretention and Biofiltration More Resilient -Biofilters from A to Z Training Workshop
Half Day 1:35 pm to 5:00 pm | Room Dockside

Tuesday September 13 - Technical Program Speakers and Moderators

Kathleen Harrison with Neil Weinstein, The Low Impact Development Center, Inc.

Using Low Impact Development to Address Heavy Metals in Stormwater Runoff at Industrial Facilities and High Density Commercial Areas
11:30 am to 12:00 pm to | Room Sunset I and II

Venkat Gummadi with Eric Mosolgo, City of San Diego

Offsite Stormwater Alternative Compliance Program
1:35 pm to 2:05 pm | Room Dockside

Donna Bodine

Development of a Monitoring Study Design to Quantify the Trash Load Reduction Associated with On-Land Cleanups
1:35 pm to 2:05 pm | Room: Sunset IV

Kelly Havens

Storm Surge Resiliency Planning - Protecting Resources
2:10 pm to 2:40 pm | Room: Garden

Brandon Steets

Evaluating Urban and Naval Base Stormwater Impacts on Coastal Sediment Recontamination in San Diego Bay
2:10 pm to 2:40 pm | Room: Dockside

Lisa Austin

Regional and Community Based Projects Developed for Sustainability
3:45 pm to 5:25 pm | Room: Dockside

Avery Blackwell with Cathleen Garnand, County of Santa Barbara

Program Effectiveness Assessment and Improvement Plan Tracking, Quantifying, and Reporting for Phase II MS4 Permit Compliance
4:55 pm to 5:25 pm | Room Sunset III

Wednesday September 14 - Technical Program Speakers and Moderators

Kim Williams

QSP/ QSD Forum
8:35 am to 10:15 am | Room: Sunset V

Venkat Gummadi with Charles Mohrlock, County of San Diego

Sediment Supply NPDES Permit Requirement for Hydromodification Management
9:10 am to 9:40 am | Room Sunset III

Mark Hanna & Chris Wessel

Applying a Long-Term Vision and Integrated Approach to State-of-the Art Stormwater Infrastructure Planning in the City of Los Angeles
9:45 am to 10:15 am | Room: Bay View

Trevor Alsop with Richard Boon, County of Orange

Taking South Orange County Water Quality Planning to the Next Level - Water Quality Improvement Plan 2.0
1:20 pm to 2:25 pm | Room Sunset III

Mark Hanna & Scott Mansell

The Los Angeles Stormwater Capture Master Plan: Harvesting Local Stormwater for Municipal Supply
1:55 pm to 2:25 pm | Room: Bay View


Avery Blackwell with Scott Norris, County of San Diego

Innovation in Watershed Management: Assessing Adaptive Management: Tracking, Quantifying, and Reporting BMP Implementation.

Donna Bodine

Moving from Planning to Implementing Monitoring and Modeling Pilot Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Street Sweeping for Reducing the Mass of Sediment, PCBs and Mercury in Urban Runoff.

Jared Ervin

Identifying Sources of Lead and Dioxins in Stormwater Runoff at the Santa Susana Field Laboratory.

Ken Susilo, Kris Helm & Yuval Cohen

P3s - Can they truly deliver solutions that work for government, taxpayers, residents, industry, regulators, and the environment?


View our Poster displays in the Palm Corridor and Garden Foyer Our poster authors are available on session breaks.

Adam Questad

Results and Lessons Learned from the Development of the Ventura Countywide Municipal Storm Water Resource Plan

Aaron Poresky

Forecasting and Measuring the Benefits of Continuous Monitoring and Adaptive Control Case Studies from California and the West Coast

Jared Ervin

Decay of Fecal Indictor Bacteria, DNA Markers, and Pathogens in a Coastal California Lagoon

Judd Goodman

Identifying and Prioritizing In-Stream and Regional Hydromodification Control Opportunities

Maxwell Dugan with Stuart Kuhn and Nancy Richardson, County of San Diego

Amended Soil Application to Meet Landscaping Requirements and Reduce Stormwater Runoff

More Information

For more information regarding the event, visit: CASQA Annual Conference