Rouge Project Presentations
on the Watershed Management Approach
Representatives of the Rouge Project have presented numerous technical
papers and presentations at professional meetings and conferences
about the use of the watershed management approach being used in
the Rouge River watershed. Those papers and presentations are listed
below and can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate title.
See also Watershed Restoration Reports
for more technical information on the watershed management program.
||TITLE OF PAPER OR PRESENTATION AND AUTHOR(S)
Multiple Objectives Through A Single Watershed Plan, by
Kelly A. Cave, Jim Murray, and Dale Bryson, 7 pages, at StormCon
2002 - Marco Island.
the Right Hook: Public Participation in the Watershed Planning
Process, by Josephine Powell and Zachare Ball, 4 pages,
at StormCon 2002 - Marco Island.
Watershed Management Planning: The Main 3-4 Subwatershed Management
Plan, by Kelly A. Cave, Nancy Andrews, and James Ridgway,
7 pages, at StormCon 2002 - Marco Island.
Project: Reconnecting to Our River and Our Habitat, by John
O'Meara, Jane Tesner, and Razik Alsaigh, 11 pages, at Watershed
2002 - Fort Lauderdale.
Gateway Project: Restoration of an Urban River, by Kelly
A. Cave, James E. Murray, Edward J. Bagale, Sam B. Lovall, Nancy
J. Andrews, Carl R. Johnson, 25 pages, at Watershed 2002 - Fort
Watershed Management Planning: The Main 3-4 Subwatershed Plan,
by Kelly A. Cave, Nancy J. Andrews, and James W. Ridgway, 27
pages, at Watershed 2002 - Fort Lauderdale.
Control Using a Watershed Management Plan, by Kelly A. Cave
and Dale S. Bryson, 7 pgs in "Stormwater" magazine.
||Planning and Assessment
of Best Management Practices in the Rouge River Watershed,
by Kelly Cave and Carl Johnson, 18 pgs, at the United Engineering
||Achieving Multiple Objectives
Through a Single Watershed Plan by James E. Murray, Kelly
A. Cave, and Dale S. Bryson, 25 pgs at the TMDL Sciences Issues
Conference, St. Louis.
the Soft Stuff-Evaluating Public Involvement in Urban Watershed
Restortion by Josephine Powell and Jack Bails, 15 pgs, at
Watershed 2000, Vancouver.
Programs That Support Water Quality Management by Josephine
Powell and Zachare Ball, 12 pgs at Watershed 2000, Vancouver.
Multiple Objectives Through a Single Watershed Plan by Kelly
A. Cave, Dale S. Bryson, and James W. Ridgway, 25 pgs, at Watershed
of Michigan's Voluntary Storm Water Permit - A Community Perspective
by Kelly A. Cave, Dale S. Bryson, Kelly C. Kelly and Jack Bails,
13 pgs, at the Urban Retrofit Conference, Chicago.
Model Watershed Approach Through A State General Storm Water
NPDES Permit by Kelly A. Cave and Jack Bails, 10 pgs, at
WEFTEC 98, Orlando.
||What Does The Rouge
Project Know That May Save You Money On Wet Weather Controls
by James E. Murray, Dale S. Bryson, and Kelly A. Cave, 13 pgs,
at WEFTEC 98, Orlando.
a Monitoring Program To Support The Rouge River Watershed Management
Plan by Louis C. Regenmorter, Vyto P. Kaunelis, and Noel
F. Mullett Jr., 8 pgs. At WEF Specialty Conference Denver.
||Implementation of CSO
Controls Based on a Watershed Approach by Carol L. Hufnagel,
Edward H. Kluitenberg, and Vyto P. Kaunelis, 7 pgs. At WEF Specialty
||An Aesthetic Quality Index
For The Rouge River by Thomas M. Heidtke, and Eric Tauriainen,
12 pgs. At WEFTEC 96, Dallas.
||Meeting Objectives For Watershed
Planning: A Decision Assessment Framework by Vyto P. Kaunelis,
Carl Johnson, David Hunscher, and John Spittler, 12 pgs, at
WEFTEC 96, Dallas.
||The Successes in Implementing
an Urban Watershed Approach-The Rouge River National Wet Weather
Demonstration Project by James E. Murray, and Dale S. Bryson,
6 pgs. At WEFTEC 96, Dallas. Weftec 96-04.
||CSOs: Two Phased Permitting
for the Watershed by Vyto P. Kaunelis, and Jerry S. Neibert,
9 pgs at WEFTEC 94.
||Rouge River Watershed
Management: Implementing a Remedial Action Plan by James
E. Murray, 12 pgs, at WEFTEC 94.
Last Updated: 10/30/02
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The Rouge River National Wet Weather Demonstration
Project is funded, in part, by the United States Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) Grants #XP995743-01, -02, -03, -04, -05, -06, -07, -08, -09 and