Appendix A

COMMITTEE ON RESTORATION OF THE GREATER EVERGLADES ECOSYSTEM

Adaptive Assessment and Monitoring Workshop

South Florida Water Management District

Fort Myers Service Center

Ft. Myers, Florida

November 28, 2001

Agenda

Wednesday, November 28, 2001

8:00 AM

Welcome and Introductions of CROGEE and AAT

Adaptive Assessment Strategies

8:15 AM

Statement of workshop objectives (Frank Davis, session chair)

8:30 AM

Relationship between construction projects and monitoring – Topic #2

9:00 AM

Impact of ecological response on construction projects – Topic #3

9:30 AM

Use of monitoring information to alter management – Topic # 1

10:15 AM

Break

10:30 AM

Reality of applying adaptive assessment – Topic # 4

11:30 AM

Public comments, and wrap up of morning session

12:00 Noon

Lunch break



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Appendix A COMMITTEE ON RESTORATION OF THE GREATER EVERGLADES ECOSYSTEM Adaptive Assessment and Monitoring Workshop South Florida Water Management District Fort Myers Service Center Ft. Myers, Florida November 28, 2001 Agenda Wednesday, November 28, 2001 8:00 AM Welcome and Introductions of CROGEE and AAT Adaptive Assessment Strategies 8:15 AM Statement of workshop objectives (Frank Davis, session chair) 8:30 AM Relationship between construction projects and monitoring – Topic #2 9:00 AM Impact of ecological response on construction projects – Topic #3 9:30 AM Use of monitoring information to alter management – Topic # 1 10:15 AM Break 10:30 AM Reality of applying adaptive assessment – Topic # 4 11:30 AM Public comments, and wrap up of morning session 12:00 Noon Lunch break

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Monitoring Plan Strategies 1:00 PM Statement of afternoon workshop objectives and format (Scott Nixon, session chair) 1:15 PM Proposed ecological performance measures – Topic #6 1:45 PM Measurement of stressors and impact on restoration goals – Topic #5 2:15 PM Design of monitoring program - Topic #7 2:45 PM Break 3:15 PM Performance measure prioritization strategies – Topic #9 4:00 PM Integration of monitoring approaches – Topic #8 5:00 PM Public comments, and wrap up of evening session 5:30 PM Adjourn open session Attendees: John Adams, University of Minnesota, CROGEE Nick Aumen, ENP Jean Bahr, University of Wisconsin, CROGEE Chair Andy Barienbrock Tomma Barnes, SFWMD Mike Bauer, Audubon G. Ronnie Best, USGS Jim Beever, FWC Matt Bixler, CSWF Linda Blum, University of Virginia, CROGEE Bruce Boler, EPA Stephan Brady, FWS Patrick Brezonik, University of Minnesota, CROGEE Ralf Brooks, FWF Bill Brown, Arthur D. Little, Inc. Brad Brown, NOAA Michael Byrne John Cassini, SWFRPC David W. Ceilley, The Conservancy of SW Florida Frank Davis, University of California, Santa Barbara, CROGEE Steve Davis, SFWMD Bill Dobson, Miami-Dade County Elizabeth Donley Bob Doren, SFERTF Kim Dryden Aaron C. Eller, Jr., FWS David Erne, Booz Allen Hamilton Chris Farrell Matt Giles, SFWMD Chad Gillis, Naples Daily News Brian Griffin, Council of Civic Associations Betty Grizzle, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Layne Hamilton, FWS Bill Hammond, Florida Gulf Coast University Richard Harvey, EPA Bobbie Lee Hasty, Sierra Club Ann Hauck, Council of Civic Associations Pam Hayford, News-Press John Hobbie, Marine Biological Laboratories Wayne Huber, Oregon State University, CROGEE Stephen Humphrey, Florida State University, CROGEE Patricia Jones Kershaw, National Research Council

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Jim Krakowski, FWS Bonnie Kranzer, SFWMD Jerry Krenz, SFWMD Elmar Kurzbach, USACE Linda Lindstrom, SFWMD Will Logan, National Research Council D. Pete Loucks, Cornell University, CROGEE Kathy Malone, Council of Civic Associations John Marshall, Art Marshall Foundation Frank Mazzotti, University of Florida Scott Nixon, University of Rhode Island, CROGEE Vice Chair John Ogden, SFWMD Peter Ortner, NOAA Keith Overton, USGS Stephen Parker, National Research Council Eduardo Patino, USGS Sue Perry, Everglades National Park Bill Perry, Everglades National Park Ellen Peterson David Policansky, National Research Council Ken Potter, University of Wisconsin, CROGEE Larry Robinson, Florida A&M University, CROGEE David Rudnick, SFWMD Brian Scherf, Florida Bidoversity Project Susanne Schlotzhauer, BEM Systems, Inc. Carol Senne, SFWMD Larry Shannon James Tate, U.S. Dept. of Interior Kris Thoemke, International College Robert Timmeney, Project Phoenix Greg Tolley, SWFRPC Arturo Torres, USGS Steve Trexler, Florida International University Kelly Unger, USACE John Vecchioli, CROGEE Jeffrey Walters, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, CROGEE Naiming Wang, SFWMD

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