monitoringWebinars to Strengthen Watershed Management in Indiana

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Monitoring and Assessment for Watershed Plans: Identifying, Accessing, and Using Data to Protect and Restore Indiana’s Waters

FREE webinars were conducted LIVE in May 2010, but the recordings are available below for those that could not join us.

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All presentations by Barry Tonning of Tetra Tech.

Moderated by: Jane Frankenberger, Professor of Agricultural and Biological Engineering at Purdue University, and Director of the Indiana Watershed Leadership Academy

May 3: Types of Monitoring and Assessment Data and What They Mean

May 10Which Data are Important and Why?

May 17: Using Data to Support Watershed Protection and Restoration Decisions

May 24: Dealing With Uncertainty in Watershed Assessments 


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Materials for this webinar series originally produced by Tetra Tech in partnership with the Conservation Technology Information Center , through a contract with the Indiana Department of Environmental Management.