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Specialty courses are multi-class curriculums focusing on coastal hazards, flooding, and stormwater management, with respect to municipal planning and local regulatory authority. Each course covers broad topical areas important for hazard mitigation and plan integration.

Flooding and Stormwater
September 12, 2017

Agenda

Hear about creative approaches to managing stormwater at the site level. This session will focus on integrating Low Impact Development/Green Infrastructure and other innovative practices into local planning and development. These approaches are helping communities and developers retain more water on site while creating attractive developments and providing community amenities.

Stormwater Green Infrastructure: Evaluation, Performance and Modeling
Instructor: Dr. Fouad Jaber, P.E.
Associate Professor
Integrated Water Resources Management Extension Specialist with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension located at the Texas AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Dallas.

A Matter of Scale:  Case studies in Green Stormwater Infrastructure at site, neighborhood and district scales
Instructor: Margaret Robinson, PLA, LEED AP, ASLA
Principal
Asakura Robinson

Green Infrastructure Needs Planners: How Planners Should be Pushing the Resiliency Agenda in Theory and Practice
Instructor: Katie Coyne, SITES AP
Associate Planner/Ecologist
Asakura Robinson

An Introduction to Stormwater Ordinance Writing: Examples from the Field.
How to Develop Sustainably Using Green Stormwater Infrastructure.
Instructor: Mr. Michael F. Bloom, P.E., ENV SP, BCEE, CFM
Sustainability Practice Manager
R. G. Miller Engineers, Inc.

Planning a Stormwater Management Strategy in Your Community
Instructor: Dr. Aarin Teague, P.E.
Senior Engineer
San Antonio River Authority

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For questions or more information, contact Steven Mikulencak, AICP at smikulencak@tamu.edu or Celina Gauthier Lowry at celina.lowry@tamu.edu.

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