EC-’14 is Feb. 25–28 in Nashville.
The 2014 edition of the International Erosion Control Association’s annual conference, Environmental Connection (EC-’14) is in Nashville, Tenn., the last week of February. Full-day courses and technical sessions for professional development hours (PDHs) and continuing education are offered, including these full-day courses on Tuesday, Feb. 25:
- Slope Stability Analysis and Reinforcement Principles
Instructor: Stanley Miller, PE, CPESC
- Soil Microbiology and Restoration Ecology
Instructor: Timothy Flynn
- Effective Best of the BMPs
Instructor: John McCullah, CPESC
- Using the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE 2) to Predict Water Erosion and Sediment Deposition Rates on Construction Sites
Instructor: David Lightle, CPESC
- Innovative Designs for Erosion, Sediment, and Turbidity Control for Linear Construction Projects
Instructor: Jan Patterson, PE, CPESC
- Natural Stream Channel Design—Applications and Limitations for Urban and Rural Watersheds
Instructor: Ted Gray
- Bio-Remediation and Soft Armor for High-Velocity Urban Channels
Instructor: Jerry Sanders, CPESC
- Low Impact Development—Solutions for Real Problems
Instructor: Steven Trinkaus, PE, CPESC, CPSWQ
- Designing Post-Construction BMPs … from the Cradle to the Grave
Instructor: Ted Sherrod, PE, CPESC, CPSWQ
- Can You “Survive” Construction Site Environmental Compliance?
Instructor: Jennifer Hildebrand, CPESC, CPSWQ
Click here to view a complete list and course descriptions.