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08
Apr
2019

04-08-2019 - 11-30-2019

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/

08
Apr
2019

04-08-2019 9:00 am - 04-09-2019 6:00 pm
Switzerland
Switzerland
Zurich switzerland
$1,299.00
7th International Conference on Green Energy & Technology

Green Energy 2019 would be a stage for researchers, scientists, professors, policy makers and leaders in Green Energy & Technology to bring forth their recent researches and developments related to Green Energy. This conference will gather worldwide renowned personalities pertinent to the field of Green Energy to discuss their research at the conference.

$1,299.00 200
10
Apr
2019

04-10-2019 - 11-30-2019
Nationwide Permits Online

This online course will help you understand Nationwide Permits (NWPs), including which ones apply to a given project and how to combine them. NWPs were revised in 2017.  95% of all activities authorized by the US Army Corps of Engineers come under nationwide or other general permits. You need to know them! 8 contact hours can be started and reviewed anytime, but must be completed by November 30, 2019  Learn more: https://wetlandtraining.com/course/nationwide-permits-online/

15
Apr
2019

04-15-2019 - 04-19-2019
Costa Mesa, California
Costa Mesa, California
Costa Mesa, California

5-day practitioner training in the use of the California Rapid Assessment Method (CRAM) for Wetlands , with field emphasis on riverine and depressional wetlands.

https://www.cramwetlands.org/training/event/221

22
21
Apr
2019

04-21-2019 - 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/

29
Apr
2019

04-29-2019 - 05-03-2019
Basic Wetland Delineation in Great Bend, KS

Learn Basic Wetland Delineation in ONE WEEK! This 5-day in-person course focuses on application of the Regional Supplements and the portions of the 1987 Wetland Delineation Manual still valid as used by the Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) and numerous state governments. Learn the technical guidelines for wetland delineations, field indicators of hydrophytic vegetation, hydric soils, and wetland hydrology, methods for making jurisdictional determinations and methods to apply in difficult situations. Class time is divided between lecture and fieldwork (24 lecture, 16 field = 40 contact hours).

06
May
2019

05-06-2019 - 11-30-2019
Northeastern Plants of the Wetland Boundary

Northeastern 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 Northeastern 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/ne-plants/

06
May
2019

05-06-2019 8:30 am - 05-10-2019 5:00 pm
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
Basic Wetland Delineation
10
May
2019

05-10-2019 - 11-30-2019
Nationwide Permits Online

This online course will help you understand Nationwide Permits (NWPs), including which ones apply to a given project and how to combine them. NWPs were revised in 2017.  95% of all activities authorized by the US Army Corps of Engineers come under nationwide or other general permits. You need to know them! 8 contact hours can be started and reviewed anytime, but must be completed by November 30, 2019  Learn more: https://wetlandtraining.com/course/nationwide-permits-online/

13
May
2019

05-13-2019 - 05-14-2019
State College, PA
State College, PA
State College, PA, USA
Advanced Hydric Soils Online with Field Practicum in State College, PA

Online lectures on soil formation, redoximorphic features, soil color, drained hydric soils, and wetlands not meeting indicators will prepare the participant for the field exercises and additional instruction on regional hydric soil indicators and problematic situations. Expect to spend a minimum of 8-lecture-contact-hours online and 16 hours in the field. Online lectures can be started (and reviewed) at any time, but must be completed prior to attending the field session selected at time of registration.

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