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NJAFM 2009 Concurrent Sessions Concurrent Sessions 1: Thursday, October 15th, 10:45am - 12:15pm Room still to be assigned Room still to be assigned Room still to be assigned Room still to be assigned Session 1A: Modeling Session 1B: Integrated Planning Session 1C: Flood Warning Session 1D: LOMR Reconstruction of Veterans Lane and its Implementing and Updating Hazard Decision Support Services - Weather Impact on the Floodplain, Mark Mayhew, Mitigation Plans, Stuart Wallace, AICP, Information When You Need It, Gary Letter of Map Revision Session, Jean PE, Taylor Wiseman & Taylor James Lee Witt Associates Szatkowski, National Weather Service Huang, PE, CFM, Andrew Martin, CFM, Victoria Weiss, PE, CFM, and Daniel Zell, PE, CFM, RAMPP (Risk Assessment, Mapping, and Planning Partners) Floodplain Analysis: Balancing Safety Unified Hazard Mitigation Planning, How the NWS Forecasts River Stages, This session will cover the procedures for Improvements with Environmental Darrin Punchard, AICP, CFM, AECOM, Patti Wnek, National Weather Service Middle officially revising FEMA’s maps through the Impacts, Thomas Decker, PE and Jeepsi Watershed Concepts Atlantic River Forecast Center Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) process. You Patel, PE, CFM, Jacobs Engineering Group will learn the various types of situations covered by the MT-2 forms, as well as the type and nature of analyses that are likely to New Jersey Highlands Water Protection be accepted through this process. This and Planning Council – Protection of course is intended for consulting engineers Modeling for Cox Hall Creek Wetlands Improvements to the Stevens Storm Highlands Open Waters and Riparian Restoration Project, John Dening, PE, Surge Warning System, Nakitas Georgas, and community officials. Areas, Christine Ross, Senior Resource Hatch Mott MacDonald Stevens Institute Management Specialist, NJ Highlands Water Protection & Planning Council Concurrent Sessions 2: Thursday, October 15th, 1:45pm - 3:15pm Room still to be assigned Room still to be assigned Room still to be assigned Room still to be assigned Session 2D: Structures in the Session 2A: Stormwater I Session 2B: Mapping Session 2C: Dams and Levees Floodplain Innovative Stormwater Management for a Corporate Office Campus in the South Jersey Levee Inventory, Gregory Mapping the Zone: Improving Flood FEMA TB-1 Openings in Foundation Pinelands using Large-Scale Westfall, William Skaradek and Gary Map Accuracy, Wendy Lathrop, PLS, CFM, Walls and Walls of Enclosures , Tom Biofiltration, Mary Paist-Goldman, PE, Casabona, USDA Natural Resource Cadastral Consulting LLC Little, CFM, Smart Vent Geoffrey M. Goll, PE and Keithe Merl, PE, Conservation Service CPESP, Princeton Hydro Floodplain Development for Flood Residential Mitigation Yields Code Insurance Studies Using GeoTerrain, Dam Breach Inundation Zones: The Compliance & Lower Flood Insurance Small Stream Restoration – Case Study, Huidae Co, PhD, Tamrat Bedanem, CFM, Public’s Right to Know, Laura Wildman, Costs, Steve Ardito, CFM, BFE Services, Leo J. Coakley, PE, Leo Coakley Consulting Mathini Sreetharan, PE, CFM, Jean Huang, PE, Princeton Hydro Sales & Consulting PE, CFM, RAMPP (Risk Assessment, Mapping, and Planning Partners) Stormwater Basin Retrofit Project to Free Flood Hazard Data On-Line, A. Chris Dam Removals in NJ. How are we Cost Effective Structure Data Collection Maintain Flood Control and Provide Gould, CFM, NJDEP Dam Safety and Flood doing to date?, Jacob E. Helminiak, PE, Commercial and Residential Structures, Water Quality, Kevin Becica, PE, PP, CME, Control CFM, Princeton Hydro Jim DeAngelo, CFM, Michael Baker, Jr. Environmental Resolutions, Inc. NJAFM 2009 Concurrent Sessions Concurrent Sessions 3: Friday, October 16th, 10:45am - 12:15pm Room still to be assigned Room still to be assigned Room still to be assigned Room still to be assigned Session 3A: Stormwater II Session 3B: Historical Event Analysis Session 3C: Delaware River Session 3D: Elevation Certificates Correlation of peak flood discharges Using GIS to Estimate Citywide Benefits from Passaic River and Peckman River, a Hydrology of the Delaware River, Robert from Stormwater BMPs in New York tributary to the Passaic mainstem, Roy Schopp, USGS Elevation Certificate Session – Robyn City, Mark Korpus, HDR Messaros, PhD and Peter Koch, USACE - NY District Boyd, CFM, Andrew Martin, CFM, Daniel Zell, PE, CFM, Jean Huang, PE, CFM, RAMPP (Risk Assessment, Mapping, and Planning Partners) How to Satisfy Watershed Level Flood and discharge monitoring during This session will cover the basics of FEMA’s Stormwater Management Objectives the 2008 flood in Iowa using AMSR-E Hydraulics and Mapping of the Delaware Elevation Certificate. You will learn the eight through Habitat Enhancement and data, Dr. Marouane Temimi, Dr. Reza River, Wassim Nader, PE, CFM and John types of structures as well as the information Establishment , Mark Gallagher, Princeton Khanbilvardi and Dr Tarendra Lakhankar, Chayko, PE, CFM, Medina Consultants the form is intended to capture from the Hydro NOAA-CREST/City University of NY surveyor. Also, we will cover the other information required by the form, especially the information on the floodplain, as well as The StormWater Management implications of this form if you are a CRS Information System: Coastal Water community. This course is intended for Quality Enhancement Through the Use surveyor, consulting engineers and community A Retrospective of Hurricane Floyd, Ray of an Internet-based Geospatial Tools Regulating the Delaware River, Joseph officials, Kruzdlo, National Weather Service, Mt. Holly, for Planning Stormwater Management Ruggeri, PE, CFM, NJDEP NJ Systems, Richard Lathrop, Lisa Auermuller and Scott Haag, Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve Concurrent Sessions 4: Friday, October 16th, 2:00pm - 3:30pm Room still to be assigned Room still to be assigned Room still to be assigned Room still to be assigned Session 4B: National Flood Hazard Layer Session 4A: USGS Stream Stats Session 4C: CFM Liability Issues Session 4D: eLOMA Session Overview USGS Stream Stats Website for New National Flood Hazard Layer & DFIRM CFM Professional Liability Issues - Ed eLOMA Session – Andrew Martin, CFM, Jersey - Kara Watson, USGS West Trenton, Database Overview - Peter Chaput, PE, Pagan, Esq, Pagan Affiliates RAMPP (Risk Assessment, Mapping, and NJ CFM, RAMPP (Risk Assessment, Mapping, and Planning Partners) Planning Partners) This session will address exposures to liability This session will show you what you can do of the CFM providing services in the public You will earn which types of LOMAs are with the USGS StreamStats Website. This course will present a basic overview of and private sectors. Topics of discussion to eligible for this electronic submittal procedure. StreamStats is a Web-based Geographic FEMA’s digital data: National Flood Hazard include Title 59, Tort Claims Act, Immunities You will also learn how to become pre- Information System (GIS) that allows users to Layer (NFHL) and the DFIRM database and and Professional Errors and Omissions certified for this procedure. eLOMA greatly easily obtain streamflow statistics, drainage- each of their advantages. The instructor will coverage issues. reduces processing time, but is not intended basin characteristics, and other information demonstrate how to access the NFHL via for all situations. This course is intended for for user-selected sites on streams. Google earth for both letters of map change surveyors and consulting engineers. Participants are encouraged to bring a (LOMCs) and flood hazard information from laptop to try it out! effective maps. The instructor will demonstrate how to harness the power of the DFIRM database through FEMA’s free map viewer desktop application, Participants should bring a laptop.