Title: 14th Annual Water Management Seminar: Summary of Vail Programs in Past Years
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Title: 14th Annual Water Management Seminar: Summary of Vail Programs in Past Years
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Abstract: 14th Annual Water Management Seminar: Summary of Vail Programs in Past Years
General Note: Box 8, Folder 5 ( Vail Conference, 1995 - 1995 ), Item 7
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SUMMARY OF VAIL PROGRAMS IN PAST YEARS


January 11-15. 1982


M Fla.'s Administrative System
T Water Rights
W Colorado Water Law
Synfuel Waste Disposal
T Weather Modification
F Water Supply Systems
Lay Boards
D Recharge Recovery
Floodplain Zoning
Water Shortage


- L. M. Buddy Blain
- L. M. Buddy Blain
- Gene Riordan
- Dr. Devraj Sharma
- Jack Maloy
- L. M. Buddy Blain
- L. M. Buddy Blain
- David Pyne
- Peter Hubbell
- Linda Cannon


January 15-22. 1983


M Resources Availability
T Legal Framework
W Public and Private Supply
T Floods, Droughts & Drainage
F Potpourri Of Issues
D Reuse Of Effluent
The Florida Keys
Water Management In Eighties
Data Collection Techniques


January 30 February 3. 1984

M The Florida System
Unresolved CUP Issues
The Septic Tank
T Colorado Water Uses
DRI Process
W Quality/Quantity Problems
Kissimmee Dechannelization
Dam Disasters
T Guidelines For Water Reuse
Irrigation Efficiency
F Hazardous Waste
Effective Testimony


- L. M. Buddy Blain
- L. M. Buddy Blain
- L. M. Buddy Blain
- Jack Maloy
- L. M. Buddy Blain
- Phil Parsons
- Stanley Hole
- Porter Knowles
- Al Robertson


- L. M. Buddy Blain
- Phil Parsons
- Pat Lodge
- George Vranesh
- Stanley Hole
- Jack Maloy
- Jack Maloy
- Les Bromwell
- Susan Klinzing
- Dr. Edwin L. Fiscus
- Porter Knowles
- Tom Cone









- Hydrology For Lay People
- Significant Numbers
- Use & Abuse Of Septic Tanks
- Hazardous Wastes/Super Fund
- The DRI Process
- Irrigation Efficiency
- Unresolved CUP Issues


- L. M. Buddy Blain
- Jerry Seaburn, Al Robertson
- Pat Lodge
- Porter Knowles
- Stanley Hole
- Dr. Edwin L. Fiscus
- Phil Parsons


January 21-25. 1985


M Fla.'s Grassroots Decisions
Groundwater Quality Problems
Water Issues In Growth Mgmt
T Wetlands Considerations
W Ordinary High Water Lines
Computerization/Water Mgmt
Super PLASM in Groundwater
T Tips on Technical Testimony
F Colorado Water Law
D Growth

Wetlands

Boundaries
Computer Resources
Modelling
Technical Testimony


- L. M. Buddy Blain
- Porter Knowles
- Stanley Hole, John Wodraska
- Jack Maloy
- Les Bromwell
- David Fisk, Don McEwen
- Al Robertson
- Tom Cone, Dana Toole
- George Vranesh
- Stanley Hole, John Wodraska,
Porter Knowles
- Jack Maloy, Jerry Seabum,
Bob Lindsay
- Les Bromwell
- David Fisk, Don McEwen
- Al Robertson
- Tom Cone, Dana Toole,
L. M. Buddy Blain, Anita Brannon


January 20-25. 1986


M Implementation of Chapter 37:
The Politics of Water
Land and Water
Water Supply & Growth
Management
T Water Levels & Hydroperiods
Land Acquisition By
Public Agencies
Meeting Financing needs

W Jurisdictional Questions
Pinpointing Responsibility
Colorado Groundwater Law


3 L. M. Buddy Blain
Jack Maloy
-Stanley Hole
David Pyne

Kevin Erwin
Tom Cone

Bart Livolsi, Greg Carey,
Toby Wagner
Tom Cone
Vicki Tschinkel
Paul Zilis









T Mined Land Reclamation &
Waste Disposal Strategies
High Desert Well Drilling
Wellfield Protection Activity
F Oxygen Depletion In Colored
Waters
Loxahatchee River/C-18 Basin
Restoration Program:
A Partnership Venture
Wellfield Protection

Regulation vs. Land
Acquisition
Jurisdictional Questions

Future Water Supply Sources


- David Fisk

- Al Robertson
- Porter Knowles
- Sandy Young

- John Wodraska, Howard
Searcy, Lennart Lindahl

- Richard Brightman, David Fisk,
Porter Knowles, Lennart Lindahl
- Mary Kumpe, Bob Lindsay,
Bart Livolsi, Toby Wagner
- Stanley Hole, Al Robertson,
Jerry Seaburn, John Wehle
- Don McEwen, David Pyne,
Howard Searcy, John Wodraska


January 12-16. 1987


M An Assessment of Water
Management Issues
and Options
T Florida's Isolated Wetlands
Legislation
Wetlands Protection and
Mitigation in Colorado
W Karst Terrain of the North
Coast of Puerto Rico
A Quantitative Approach for
Assessing the Character of
Mitigated Fresh Water
Marshes and Swamps in Florida
T Water Resources Analysis
Using Electronic Spreadsheets
DER's New G-1 Rule
F Evaluation of the Potential
Water Supply Impacts Proposed
by a Gasoline Pipeline
Environmental Streamlining
D Is the Crisis Over
Exaggerated?
The Importance of Wetlands
Search
Private Rights & Public
Interests


- Jack Maloy


- Chuck Littlejohn

- Paul Zilis

- Al Robertson

- Kevin Erwin



- Jim Heaney

- L. M. Buddy Blain, Debby Locklair
- Rick Johnson


- L. M. Buddy Blain
- Porter Knowles, Lennart Lindahl
Stanley Hole, Jack Maloy
Sanford Young, Richard
Callahan, Kevin Erwin
Nancy Roen, Lloyd Horvath,
Richard Brightman, David Pyne









- Setting Water Quality Goals


- John Wodraska, Don McEwen,
Larry Holland, John Darling


January 9-17. 1988


M Florida's Diverse Hydrologic
Setting
Evolution of Florida's Water
Mgmt. Law and Sunset/Sundown
Review
Water Mgmt. Process and
Environmental Efficiency
T SWIM: Restore and Conserve
Quality of Surface Water
Biscayne Bay, Lake Okeechobee,
Kissimmee River
The Suwannee River
(Mother Lode)
Tampa Bay & Lakes, Rivers
and Bays in SW Florida
W Florida's Diverse Freshwater
Wetland Systems
Long Term Hopes for Vital
Wetlands Functions
Florida's Endangered Species
T Comprehensive Plans: Tops
Down or Bottoms Up Planning?
Future Directions for Water
Management
F DataBase for Managing Water
Water
Decision-Making: Who Goes
First?
D Environmental Efficiency Study
Commission
Surface Water Quality
Search
Endangered Species

What's Really Important?


- Porter Knowles

- L. M. Buddy Blain


- Jack Maloy

- John Wehle

- Nancy Roen

- David Fisk

- William H. Wilcox

- Dick Callahan

- Kevin Erwin

- Steve Godley
- Richard Brightman

- Stanley Hole

- Al Robertson

- John Wodraska

- John Wodraska, David Fisk,
Stanley Hole, John Wehle
Carol Barice, Kevin Erwin,
Mary Johnson, Howard Searcy
Jack Maloy, Rick Johnson,
Porter Knowles, Debra Ousley
Lennart Lindahl, Nancy Roen,
Bob Lindsay, Al Robertson









January 21-29. 1989


M This Is Florida Water
Management
Here's Why
Water Law: The Florida
System
The Surface Water Improve-
ment And Management
Act (SWIM): Ch. 2
T 1988 Legislation, Storm-
water Legislation
Growth Management, Wild-
life Advisory Committee,
and Buzzwords
W The Bluebelt Amendment;
Ozone Layers; Climate;
Conservation; Recycling;
Exotic Wastes And Tests;
The Future of Mount
Trashmore; Wekiva Buffers;
The "R" Words (Retrofit,
Reuse and Ratting)
Commission On The Future of
Florida's Environment
The Environmental Efficiency
Study Commission Report,
Proposed Legislation
T Information: The Most Un-
managed Resource In Water
Management
A Basefile of Authorizing
Statutes, Regulations,
And Proposed Regulations
F Policy Issues, Common Law
Rights, Summations And
Conclusions


- John Wodraska

- Jack Maloy
- L. M. Buddy Blain

- Sanford Young


- Dale Twachtmann

- Jack Malloy, Dick Callahan


- Various Volunteers







- L. M. Buddy Blain

- Jack Malloy


- Don McEwen


- Kenneth Prest


February 3-11. 1990


M -Water Law: The Florida
System
Status Report on Current
Litigation Involving The
Everglades Ecosystem
Sunset (Again) and Proposed
Legislation


- L. M. Buddy Blain


- Stephen A. Walker

- John R. Wehle


61ii









T Searching The World For
Groundwater Reserves: The
"Megawatershed Model"
Wetland Creation and Resto-
ration: The Status of
Science
Upland Habitat and Scrub
Protection
W Water Resource Issues Con-
fronting Agriculture
Toward National Water Policy
Coordination: A Proposal
For Improvement
Allocations and Priorities
T What Happens When You Don't
Pay Attention to Where You
Put Your Well
Joint Soviet-American Scien-
tific Research In The OKA
Biosphere Reserve
Groundwater Modeling-Soviet
Style
F Ethical Considerations In
Water Management And Uses
and Abuses of The APA
GIS Cost Recovery Rates:
Proposed Guidelines,
Methodology And a Case
Study


- Robert A. Bisson


- Kevin L. Erwin

- Richard J. Callahan, Jr.

- Roy R. Carriker


- John R. Wodraska
- Robert A. Lindsay


- Susan Klinzing


- Dr. Raymond Herrmann

- Thomas A. Prickett, P.E.


- L. M. Buddy Blain



- Donald W. McEwen
and
David W. Fisk


January 21-25. 1991


M Upper St. Johns River
Basin Project
The Four Rivers Basin Project
D Evolving Water Management:
"win win", "lose lose",
or "zero sum Game?
T Perspectives On Water Quality
Interpretations
Technical Testimony,
Tips and Pointers
D Are Tools Better Than Data?
W History of OHWM In Florida
OHW Lines In Florida:


- Charles A. Padera

- Thomas E. Cone, Jr.



- Olin Braids, Ph.D

- Thomas E. Cone, Jr.


- Douglas P. Manson
- Dan Gentry









Traditional Methodology
An Experiment In Surveying L.M. Buddy Blain
The OHWL
D Changing Water Management
Policies, Why?
T California,Then and Now Dick Clemmer
Postage Stamp Well Fields Frederick T. Reeves
Case Histories
D Predictions For The Future
What Will Florida Look Like In 2021
F No Net Loss Of Wetlands David W. Fisk
An Update On EPA Activities
Wetland Mitigation Case Studies Kevin Erwin


January 4-11. 1992


M Shifting Roles and Concerns
T Water For Sale
W Chronic Problems in Florida's
Water Management System
T Professional Environmental Ethics
And Employment Relationships
F Use of Computer Models In
Groundwater Litigation


- Donald G. Brauer
- Douglas P. Manson
- L. M. Buddy Blain

- Charles E. Klug

- Thomas E. Cone, Jr.


January 9-16. 1993

M A Wetland Education Method for the Tom Lodge


Everglades: Impact to Mitigation
Design and Operational Results for
a Large Scale Wetlands Treatment
System
T The Evolution of Toxic Regulation
and the Natural Food Chain
Municipal Solid Waste Management
W Solid Waste Management and Water
Quality
Surface Water Contamination from
Non-Point Sources
T New Directions and Trends in
Environmental Technology
F Toxics & Ecosystem Health


- C.E. Swindell, Wendy Masteller


- Tom Martin

- Olin Braids
- Mary McConnell

- Len Kremer

- Dick Goodyear, M. Boyd Burton


- Mike Gilbertson









January 10-14. 1994


M A Water Level Based Method for
Regulating Groundwater Withdrawals
T History of Water Management in -
Florida
Kissimmee River Restoration
W Lee County Water Resources
Authority How Private Utilities
Become Involved in the Public
Process
Wetlands The Nitrogen Cycle
T Regional Watershed Management at -
the Ecosystem Level
Everglades and Agriculture
F Comparison of Water Management in
Florida versus California -
Strengths and Weaknesses


Al Robertson

Jack Maloy

Howard L. Searcy
Stanley W. Hole



Olin C. Braids
Kevin L. Erwin

Alexander L. Fanjul
- John R. Wodraska




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