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ReVA-MAIA Conference May 2003

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Tuesday - May 13, 2003: Morning Session

ReVA MAIA CONFERENCE: Using Science to Assess Environmental Vulnerabilities (.ppt) [184 KB]

Regional Scale Ground-Water Vulnerability Assessments in the Mid-Atlantic Region Based on Statistical Probability Models (.ppt) [2714 KB]

Assessing wetland condition on a watershed basis in the Mid-Atlantic region using synoptic land cover maps (.ppt) [7960 KB]

Evaluating Shoreline Conditions at Different Spatial Scales. Implications As an Ecological Indicator. Very Very Preliminary Results (.ppt) [35.9 MB]

Using Regional Models to Assess the Relative Effects of Stressors (.ppt) [575 KB]

Invasive Species: An Important Stressor in the Mid-Atlantic Area (.ppt) [3079 KB]

Water Quality Indicators: Lessons from State and Federal Officials (.ppt) [448 KB]

Tuesday - May 13, 2003: Afternoon Session

Identification of forests and wetlands of highest value for protecting watershed integrity and water quality (.ppt) [13.9 MB]

The Resource Lands Assessment. Ecological Network (.ppt) [16.6 MB]

The Effect of Broad-Scale Habitat Condition on the Location and Quality of Migratory Bird Pathways (.ppt) [13.7 MB]

Protecting Our Land, Our Communities & Our Future (.ppt) [4728 KB]

Exploring Connections Between Ecological Condition and Human Health: County-Level Aggregation for Maryland (.ppt) [418 KB]

Socio-Economic Vulnerabilities to / Drivers of Ecosystem Change (.ppt) [9.8 MB]

Wednesday - May 14, 2003: Morning Session

Life-History Traits and Landscape Patterns: Predicting Population Persistence in the Middle-Atlantic Region (.ppt) [14.7 MB]

Vulnerability of Mid-Atlantic Forested Watersheds to Timber Harvest Disturbance (.ppt) [405 KB]

Smart Conservation: Automating a Conservation Value Assessment Model (.ppt) [4106 KB]

Genetic Diversity of Stream Fish Populations in the Mid-Atlantic Region (.ppt) [2778 KB]

Assessing the Vulnerability of Resource Lands in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed (.ppt) [5594 KB]

Effect of Land-cover Change on Nutrient Export Variance (.ppt) [3879 KB]

Wednesday - May 14, 2003: Afternoon Session

Making a difference: Climate impacts assessment and advances in regional resource management (.ppt) [4605 KB]

Urban Areas and Contributions to Regional Environmental Quality (.ppt) [15.2 MB]

A Site Prioritization Procedure for Monitoring Plots. Combining Ecological and Social Criteria (.ppt) [2991 KB]

Modeling And Multiobjective Risk Decision Tools for Ecosystem Management (.ppt) [337 KB]

Building a Regional Monitoring Framework. Integrating Local Programs and the Ontario Niagara Escarpment Monitoring Program (.ppt) [1662 KB]

Environmental Impacts of Dispersed Development from Federal Infrastructure Projects (.ppt) [623 KB]

Thursday - May 15, 2003: Morning Session

ReVA MAIA Conference Session 3. Developing Management Strategies to Optimize the Future (.ppt) [531 KB]

Integrated Environmental Initiative for the Central Carolinas Region (.ppt) [704 KB]


ReVA's Partnership with the Maryland DNR: Opportunities to Optimize the Future (.ppt) [28.4 MB]


Using the Mike 11 Model To Delineate Flood-Prone Areas in Smithfield, WV (.ppt) [17.3 MB]

Highlands Action Program. How to Transform the Legacy (.ppt) [2780 KB]

Assessing the Effectiveness of Restoration Technologies (.ppt) [9652 KB]

Panel Discussion (.ppt) [73 KB]

Video Clip (.avi) [23.9 MB]


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