2017 50 Shades of Blue Green and Brown - Day 2

Conference Proceedings - Thursday, 12th October

Please find below the concurrent session PowerPoints from the 2017 IECA National and Stormwater Queensland Conference.

*Please note that this only includes sessions that have been approved by the presenter for distribution.

Keynote Presentation - 9.00 am to 9.45 am

The Use of Soil Surface Attributes as Indicators of Soil Function in Drylands
Dr David Eldridge, Office of Environment and Heritage

Concurrent Session 1 - 11.00 am to 11.25 am

Rain on Grid Modelling with ARR 2016
Adam Broit,Water Modelling Solutions

Concurrent Session 2 - 11.30 am to 11.55 am

Reflections on 45 years of Revegetation Successes, Failures and Impossible Specification Requirements
Paul Clarke, Valley Hydramulch and Revegetation

A Little More WSUD With That Bioretention Please! A Collaboratively Developed Project Delivery Framework for Improved WSUD Outcomes
Daniel Niven and Malcolm Eadie, Premise

What a Croc! Development Planning and Stormwater Management in the NT
Dr Ian Hollingsworth, Horizon Environmental Soil Survey and Evaluation

Concurrent Session 3 - 12.00 pm to 12.25 pm

Living Infrastructure – Just Add Stormwater
Kim Markwell, E2Designlab

Evaluation and Development of New Green Life Alternatives for Bioretention Swales and Erosion
Todd Layt, Ozbreed Pty Ltd

Concurrent Session 4 - 1.30 pm to 1.55 pm

The Best Laid Plans of Mice and Men… Coffs Harbour Slipway - Contaminated Lands Rehabilitation
Kurt Laboyrie, The NSW Soil Conservation Service

Bioretention System Design Criteria for Habitat and Landscape Amenity
Dr Courtney Henderson, AECOM

Concurrent Session 5 - 2.00 pm to 2.55 pm

Short Hit of Training: QGIS and Batchy to Support Stormwater Modelling
Daniel Knott, Water Modelling Solutions

Handout: QGIS and Batchy to Support Stormwater Modelling

Concurrent Session 6 - 3.25 pm to 3.55 pm

Why Is That So Session: Revision of the CPESC Certification Process in Australia and New Zealand by IECA's CPESC Committee
Janine Koppel and Michael Frankcombe, IECA

Should MUSIC be used to forecast the maintenance requirements of gross pollutant traps? Is there a better way?
Ben Penhallurick, Renew Solutions and Brad Dalrymple, BMT WBM

Let’s Get our Priorities Straight
Glenn Browning, Healthy Land and Water

Concurrent Session 7 - 4.00 pm to 4.55 pm

Short Hit of Training: Construction-phase Erosion and Sediment Control when Working in Waterways
Andrew Macleod, SEEC

Short Hit of Training: Real Time Radar Rainfall Data Access and Use in Hydronet
Brian Jackson, Water Technology