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Isolated Wetlands: Roles, Regulations, and Rulings

Date

June 14, 2011

Location

Kimbel Lodge at Hobcaw Barony

Narrative

Isolated wetlands are dynamic hydrologic systems that recharge groundwater, filter pollutants, and provide habitat for numerous species in the coastal zone. In light of recent federal and state judicial rulings over the jurisdiction of isolated wetlands, the Coastal Training Program is offering a half-day workshop dedicated to defining the role, regulations, and rulings surrounding isolated wetlands in the coastal zone. Workshop will include lecture, local research and case studies, and interactive discussion

Contact

Leigh Wood, Coastal Training Program Coordinator

Phone: (843) 904-9034

leigh.wood@belle.baruch.sc.edu

Type
  • Workshop
Audience
  • Academics
  • Coastal/Resource Managers
  • Consultants
  • Developers/Contractors
  • Engineers
  • Environmental Orgs
  • Federal Government
  • Landscape Architects
  • Local Government
  • Planners
  • State Government
Categories
  • Biodiversity Conservation
  • Coastal Laws
  • Community Development Issues
  • Low Impact Development
  • Regulations
  • Rules
  • Watershed Management
  • Wetlands
Focus Areas
  • Region: Waccamaw
Quarter
  • Spring 11 (Apr - Jun)
Leading Org.
  • North Inlet-Winyah Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
Supporting Orgs.
  • North Inlet-Winyah Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
  • Baruch/USC
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