Subject-Matter Expert Workshops: Presentations and Information

View materials presented at workshops held in the winter and spring of 2016.

The documents below are copies of presentations made at workshops hosted by the Fish and Wildlife Research Institute in winter and spring 2016. In addition, our GEBF partners, the Northwest Florida Water Management District and the Suwannee River Water Management District, also hosted workshops to present their Surface Water Improvement and Management (SWIM) plans.

 

Review informationExternal Website about the workshops hosted by the Northwest Florida Water Management District. 

Review informationExternal Website about the workshops hosted by the Suwannee River Water Management District.

 

Bibliography of St. Andrew Bay Documents Adobe PDF

Big Bend Water Quality Model Adobe PDF

Carlson Roadblocks Panama City Workshop Presentation Adobe PDF

Carlson Roadblocks Pensacola Workshop Presentation Adobe PDF

Carlson Roadblocks Tallahassee Workshop Presentation Adobe PDF

Extreme Rainfall in the Southeast U.S. Adobe PDF

Fitzhugh Workshop Presentation St. Andrew Bay Adobe PDF

Hagy Workshop Presentation Flow and Nutrients Pensacola Bay Adobe PDF

Heck & Byron Workshop Presentation Seagrass Perdido Bay Big Lagoon Adobe PDF

Jones Big Bend Seagrass Monitoring Adobe PDF

Lewis Workshop Presentation Pensacola Bay Seagrass Adobe PDF

McDowell Workshop Presentation Choctawhatchee Bay Adobe PDF

Panama City Workshop Summary Report Adobe PDF

Pensacola Workshop Report Summary Adobe PDF

Poniatowski Workshop Presentation Mollusc Surveys Adobe PDF

Ray Workshop Presentation Narrative Pensacola Bay Adobe PDF

Scolaro Workshop Presentation Historical Aerial Imagery Inventory Adobe PDF

Tallahassee Workshop Report Summary Adobe PDF

Tomasko Workshop Presentation Water Quality Pensacola Perdido Adobe PDF

Turpin Workshop Presentation Living Shoreline Pensacola Adobe PDF

Yarbro Workshop Presentation Big Bend Seagrass Status Adobe PDF

Yarbro Workshop Presentation SIMM Introduction Adobe PDF



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