13th Annual Berkeley River Restoration Symposium

Saturday 09 December 2017
Wurster Hall Auditorium, Rm 112, UC Berkeley

Registration | Please register by Friday 12/03 so we can supply sufficient programs and coffee!

Codornices Creek


830a Registration

900a Welcome and Introduction by Zan Rubin

910a Keynotes

Urban streaming: cities, storms, and ecosystems flow into the future
Robin Grossinger, Senior Scientist, San Francisco Estuary Institute

Putting the episodic in restoration planning
Barry Hecht, Senior Principal, Balance Hydrologics

1000a Graduate Student Research

Where is it going? A checkup on the sediment wave in Redwood Creek following Restoration
Garshaw Amidi-Abraham, Dana Lapides, Suwon Noh

Revisiting Engineered Wood Structures: Lagunitas Creek, Marin County, CA
Holly Callahan, Hana Moidu, Daisy Schadlich, Nam Anh Nguyen

Can Wetland Restoration Beat Land Subsidence in the Delta? How climate change, infrastructure, carbon markets, and ecology come together in central Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta wetland restoration projects
Celina Balderas Guzman

1045 Coffee Break

1115 Graduate Student Research

Balancing Flood Risk and Riparian Habitat: Vegetation Recruitment in Channel-Armoured Reaches of the Guadalupe River Park
Annaliese Chapa and Derek Lazo

Post-project assessment of Codornices Creek: conflicts between urban creek restoration objectives versus aesthetic preferences
Hanqing Zhao and Xiaowei Liu

A soft engineering approach to high-gradient step-pool design
Willis Logsdon, Nimisha Wasankar, Sooyeon Yi

Thermal Refugia: Restoring Thermal Habitat for Pacific Salmon
George Greer

Examining the Effects of Beaver (Castor canadensis) Activity on a High Sierra Meadow Restoration Project
Kieran Locke, Dasha Pechurina, Andrew Salmon

1230p Discussion, Responses, Questions

Barry Hecht, Robin Grossinger

100p Adjourn

Sponsored by Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, UC Berkeley