Browse our library of more than 100 courses.
Join Straight Talk: Strategies for Environmental Compliance author Jennifer Hildebrand as she demystifies the stormwater regulations affecting construction projects and outlines ten straightforward, but essential strategies for stormwater compliance and profitability
In this session, learn how Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) and their dedicated Green Teams brought their visions of holistic redevelopment to life, improving the environmental health and social-emotional wellbeing of their students and community.
As a nonprofit, Detroit Future City has a unique approach to stormwater project management through three programs.
This session will discuss a decade-long monitoring effort with the City of Charlotte, centered on the performance of the Stormwater Management StormFilter®, the first proprietary practice to be fully compliant with Charlotte’s local protocol.
This course provides an overview of the Advanced Treatment System industry and details how chemical flocculation, medias, and other techniques are utilized on construction, industrial, and remediation sites. 0.1 CEU/1 PDH
Receive a demonstration of how to get simplified access to many hydrological modeling functionalities using automated approaches, including accessing and processing the necessary geospatial and climate data, preparing input files for a model by applying complex data preprocessing, and an example case of preparing input data for a hydrologic model.
0.1 CEU/1 PDH
This presentation will provide an overview of the Yahara CLEAN Compact’s 3.0 Plan, a strategic playbook developed by group members to define key roles and responsibilities for all constituents within a watershed.
As the population of our planet continues to grow at a rapid rate, the amount of available water remains unchanged. This course will explain how the world adapts requires serious rethinking of our past and current practices for securing the future of our precious water assets.
.1 CEU/1 PDH
The presentation will provide an overview of a recently published National Academies of Sciences Research study.
Virginia Beach is among the top ten cities in the country at risk from sea level rise. In 2015, Virginia Beach launched the Comprehensive Sea Level Rise and Recurrent Flooding Capital Improvement Program, which is now known as Sea Level Wise. This session will discuss the effort and its aim to produce information and strategies that enable Virginia Beach to establish long-term resilience to sea level rise and associated recurrent flooding.
Join prolific speaker Dr. David T. Williams as he helps you understand what to expect when asked to participate in legal processes, how to prepare, and how to minimize your organization’s exposure to possible legal actions.
Credits: 1.5 PDH / 0.15 CEU
May 31, 2022, 2:00 pm EST | Credits: 1.5 PDH / 0.15 CEU
This course discusses how bioretention systems are designed, how different engineered soil media impact the movement of stormwater runoff through the engineered soil layers, and how this is typically modeled.
0.25 CEUs/2.5 PDHs
Join us for this educational, two-part webinar as prolific speaker Dr. David T. Williams presents examples of common geometric mistakes and misunderstandings of bridge parameters using HEC-RAS that could have potentially significant effects on a bridge project’s hydraulic results.
2.0 PDH / 0.2 CEU
Flagstaff Water Services has integrated real-time asset management with rain and flow gauging, weather radar, and maintenance work requests. This session will describe the integration and how it has been successful not only for community protection but for the city's reporting and compliance requirements.
This course discusses how climate change impacts stormwater runoff, how to account for these changes in the design of stormwater and flood control facilities, and how secondary effects such as sea level rise indirectly impact stormwater runoff.
0.1 CEU/1 PDH | Thursday, Apr 28, 2022 01:00 PM CST
This course will discuss the evolution of condition assessment and facility asset management in Portland, Oregon, and how that evolution has helped inform facility design and policy.
The first in a series of three webinars focusing on the current state of affairs along our developed coast, strategy that is needed to meet these challenges, and some of the tough decisions that will need to be made regarding protecting certain coastal areas while abandoning others.
1.0 PDH / 0.1 CEU
Traditional responses to rising seas and coastal erosion have been largely defensive in nature. Sea walls, coastal revetment and breakwaters have been constructed all up and down the American coastline.
We have built up many coastal areas that are totally unsuitable for human occupation. Now, as sea levels rise and storm impacts increase, these regions face agonizing decisions.
Explore a new condition assessment framework implemented in Portland, Oregon, in 2019 designed to inform operations and maintenance as well as overall functional condition.
Gain useful knowledge and review current project examples on how to respond to the many variables that contaminated and regulated material can present to your projects.
WSDOT conducted a multiyear study collecting hydrological data from roadside embankments.
Learn what you/your organization can do to create or improve upon your current QA/QC process, what public or private customers should look for from those they hire, and how to navigate this process together.
Learn how to create a 1-D unsteady flow bridge model using HEC-RAS.
1 PDH / 0.1 CEU
This presentation will review a geopolymer mortar system that has been in use since 2011 and is becoming a preferred solution for larger diameter trenchless pipe and culvert repair and rehabilitation. Culvert rehabilitation case studies involving state and provincial transportation projects will also be examined.
Join us for this educational, two-part webinar as prolific speaker Dr. David T. Williams presents examples of common geometric mistakes and misunderstandings of culvert parameters using HEC-RAS that could have potentially significant effects on a culvert project’s hydraulic results.
2 PDH / 0.2 CEU
This presentation will examine case studies of cities that have transformed their stormwater programs with an information management overhaul.
This course will show video clips to provide instruction on the "latest and greatest" of erosion control/soil stabilization practices.
0.5 CEU/5 PDH
This course offers a “just right” collection of insights useful to those using surface water data, and to those making decisions that facilitate its use.
In this on-demand webinar, attendees will learn how simple data gathering, like CrowdHydrology, can help educate the public and gain important data with a minimal investment.
Get exposed to game-changing technology in the areas of sediment control, erosion control, drainage, and ground stabilization!