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20
Feb
2020

Advanced Hydrology for Jurisdictional Determinations

02-20-2020 - 11-30-2019
Advanced Hydrology for Jurisdictional Determinations

Advanced Hydrology for Jursidictional Determinations is an entirely online course and includes 24 contact hours of lecture. It provides in-depth treatment of the principles, concepts, and methods essential for working with disputed jurisdictional boundaries. Go beyond basic wetland hydrology and hydrologic indicators. Policy topics include: wetlands, other waters, ordinary high water marks, and “Significant Nexus.” Technical concepts include: saturation, porosity, Darcy’s law, hydraulic conductivity, permeability, infiltration, use of climate records, calculation of runoff, groundwater observation well installation, well data analysis, stream flow analysis, rating curves, and the effects of drainage by streams, ditches, and tiles. Learn more and register online: https://wetlandtraining.com/course/advanced-hydro-2020/

24
Feb
2020

Federal Wetland / Waters Regulatory Policy in Dallas, TX area

02-24-2020 - 11-30-2019
Federal Wetland / Waters Regulatory Policy in Dallas, TX area

This course provides the knowledge that is necessary to proceed through the US Army Corps of Engineers permit process with minimum cost and delay. Expect to spend a minimum of 32 contact hours. Progress from a basic understanding of what the federal laws, regulations, and policies require and how the judicial decisions have affected them to a familiarity with the jargon, definitions, nationwide and individual permits, mitigation policies, and the administrative appeals process.

Offered in-person in Dallas, TX and San Diego, CA or as an entirely online course.

Learn more and register online: https://wetlandtraining.com/course/federal-wetland-policy-2020-2/

26
Feb
2020

Southeastern Plants of the Wetland Boundary Online

02-26-2020
Southeastern Plants of the Wetland Boundary Online

Southeastern plants of the wetland boundary is 24-contact hour course designed to give participants the knowledge and skills necessary to identify many commonly encountered plants on either side of the wetland boundary in the Southeastern United States. The course focuses on basic plant identification, terminology, keying, and field characters. A self-directed field component provides participants the opportunity to submit digital photographs of plants they have identified for verification and to interact with experts and peers on the course discussion forum. Lecture notes are available for download in full color in either two or three images per page. Participants are responsible for printing your own lectures notes.

This course is best suited for beginner to moderate skill levels and are ideal to prepare for one of our Basic Wetland Delineation courses.

Learn morea and register online: https://wetlandtraining.com/course/se-plants-2020/

29
Feb
2020

Federal Wetland / Waters Regulatory Policy Online

02-29-2020 - 11-30-2019
Federal Wetland / Waters Regulatory Policy Online

This course provides the knowledge that is necessary to proceed through the US Army Corps of Engineers permit process with minimum cost and delay. Expect to spend a minimum of 32 contact hours. Progress from a basic understanding of what the federal laws, regulations, and policies require and how the judicial decisions have affected them to a familiarity with the jargon, definitions, nationwide and individual permits, mitigation policies, and the administrative appeals process. Learn more and register online: https://wetlandtraining.com/course/federal-wetland-policy-2020/

01
Mar
2020

North Central Plants of the Wetland Boundary

03-01-2020 - 11-30-2019
North Central Plants of the Wetland Boundary

North Central plants of the wetland boundary is 24-contact hour course designed to give participants the knowledge and skills necessary to identify many commonly encountered plants on either side of the wetland boundary in the North Central United States (and adjoining Canada). The course focuses on basic plant identification, terminology, keying, and field characters. A self-directed field component provides participants the opportunity to submit digital photographs of plants they have identified for verification and to interact with experts and peers on the course discussion forum. Lecture notes are available for download in full color in either two or three images per page. Participants are responsible for printing your own lectures notes.

This course is best suited for beginner to moderate skill levels and are ideal to prepare for one of our Basic Wetland Delineation courses. Learn more and register online: https://wetlandtraining.com/course/nc-plants-2020/

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