As a member of the stormwater, erosion and sediment control community, a variety of speaking opportunities are available at the 2019 IECA Annual Conference, February 19-22, 2019 in Denver, Colorado.
The following areas and suggested topics correlate to IECA’S learning objectives:
Managing Soil for Vegetative Establishment | Wildfire Remediation | Dust Control/Soil Stabilization | Arid and Semi-Arid Climates – Building Soils & Vegetation Establishment | Steep Slope Stabilization | Solar and Wind Farms – Impacts & Lessons Learned | Innovative BMPs/Research and Development | Soil Regeneration for Sustainable Vegetation and Erosion Control | Effective BMP Inspection Methods | Mine Reclamation | Road Rehabilitation | Erosion and Sediment Control Practices in the Oil/Gas Industry
Porous Pavements (Revival and Maintenance) | Green Roofs and Blue Roofs | Underground Systems | Treating Whole Flow vs. First Flush in Compliance with Clean Water Act | Sediment and Turbidity TMDLs | Non-Point Source Pollution Planning and Implementation | Stream Monitoring TMDL Alternative Plans | Post-Construction Stormwater Management | SWPPP Design and Implementation | Trash TMDLs | BMP Long Term Operation and Maintenance Strategies | Watershed Rehabilitation | Green Infrastructure | Stormwater Runoff Reduction | Low Impact Development (LID) Technologies | Stormwater BMP Remediation/Retrofit Applications | The Future of Stormwater Conveyance
Hydromodification Modeling, Control, and Mitigation | Shoreline Stabilization | Streambank Stabilization | Constructed Wetlands for Stormwater Treatment | Revegetation Options and Management | Riverine/Estuarine/Lacustrine Restoration
MS4 Program Adaptive Management/Goals | Industrial Stormwater Management | Training & Enforcement | Stormwater Monitoring: Illicit Discharge, Detection and Elimination
Sea Level Rise | Response to Extreme Weather | Government Standards and Compliance
The intent of IECA’s educational programs is to provide peer-reviewed content free from advertising or commercial bias. Instructors will refrain from advertising or promoting their employer or other vendor’s product, company information or any other organization represented during their presentations unless you are presenting a Product Case Study. If any type of presentation abstract is approved for a presentation at the IECA Annual Conference, instructors may not use the session time to distribute material that is self promoting or represents business interests. Company logos or names may be used on one slide, at the beginning of the session. Mention of a company affiliation during the session introduction will be acceptable, but mention of a company affiliation or specific product brand repeatedly throughout will be considered unacceptable promotion.
All abstracts will be judged with the following criteria. The selection process for IECA’s Annual Conference is competitive so please take time to see you meet all the criteria below:
All posters will be on display in the Expo Hall Wednesday afternoon, Thursday and Friday. Poster presentations will be 5 minutes per poster and take place from 12PM - 1PM on Thursday, February 21st.
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Questions? Organizer: Joanna Fetherolf - email@example.com / (303) 468-2237