3:00 – 4:30

Discussion of implications for CERP performance measures and project design in light of current scientific understanding

There are various CERP and non-CERP projects that impact, and may be impacted by, the processes discussed at the workshop. How should what we know, and what we still do not know, about flows and levels in the Ridge and Slough feed into our choice of performance measures in the area? What are the implications for CERP and related projects?

Panel discussion

Moderator: Jean Bahr, CROGEE Chair

Fred Sklar (SFWMD)

John Ogden (SFWMD)

Stu Appelbaum (USACE)

Bob Johnson (NPS)

Kim Taplin (USACE)

Dewey Worth (SFWMD)

Terry Rice (Miccosukee Tribe)

Ronnie Best (USGS)

4:30 – 5:00

Other discussion, wrap-up


Stu Appelbaum, USACE

Tom Armentano, National Park Service

Nick Aumen, National Park Service

Jim Baker, USACE

Ronnie Best, USGS

Kevin Burger, SFERTF

Dan Childers, FIU

Elizabeth Crisfield, National Park Service

Janet Cushing, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Chairman Billy Cypress, Miccosukee Tribe

George Dalrymple, Everglades Research Group, Inc.

Steve Davis, SFWMD

Robert Fenema, Dhasaan, Inc.

Polita Glynn,

Christina Gwaltney, Nova Southeastern

University Oceanographic Center

Harry Jenter, USGS

Bob Johnson, National Park Service

Bill Loftus, USGS

Joette Lorian, Miccosukee Tribe

Tom MacVicar, MacVicar, Federico, and Lamb

Chris McVoy, SFWMD

Martha Nungesser, Sr. Environmental

Scientist, SFWMD

Jayantha Obeysekera, SFWMD

John Ogden, SFWMD

Peter Ortner, NOAA

Richard Punnett, USACE

Col. Terry, Rice, Miccosukee Tribe

Winnie Said, SFWMD

Rock Salt, SFERTF

Jennifer Sergent, Naples Daily News

Fred Sklar, SFWMD

Kim Taplin, USACE

Joel Trexler, FIU

Tom Van Lent, National Park Service

Randy van Zee, SFWMD

Dewey Worth, SFWMD

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