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Title: MS4 Program Management: Learning from Challenges Faced by Others - Reflections for Ohio MS4s and Impervious Surface Delineations - How Feature Extraction Provides Return on Investment: MS4 programs in the mid-Atlantic continue to grow and evolve. This presentation will provide an overview of the state of the practice, an update to issues discussed at the 2017 Ohio Stormwater Conference, and further lessons learned that may allow Ohio communities to streamline enhanced programs in the future. Presentation will also discuss the use of geospatial data in a remote sensing environment to extract impervious surfaces.
Water / Stormwater Management
Health, Safety and Welfare
1-MS4 programs are evolving to focus on watershed protection and restoration. 2-Lessons learned from mid-Atlantic communities may allow Ohio communities to streamline enhanced programs in the future.3- up to date impervious surface data and other data important for stormwater planning 4- project examples of using the data
Jennifer Zielinski Missett, PE, Chesapeake/Delaware Bays Bioregion Team Leader with Biohabitats, has 20 years of experience in environmental policy development, planning and design.
Tinkers Creek Watershed Partners