Integrated Ecological Modeling: Mediated Modeling and Model Development Workshops
Drs. Michael E. Kjelland, S. Kyle McKay, and Todd M. Swannack
3 October 2017
- Bio Drs. Michael E. Kjelland, S. Kyle McKay, and Todd M. Swannack
Ecological modeling capability is a growing need across business lines in the U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers (USACE). Every project conducted for USACE can impact the
environment within the project footprint and beyond. Forecasting these benefits and/or
impacts requires modeling ecological outcomes for futures with and without a proposed
project action, including ecosystem restoration, navigation, and flood risk management.
This webinar will illuminate basic ecological modeling capabilities within USACE District
offices, while simultaneously demonstrating cutting-edge ERDC modeling capacity on
several areas of interest.
This presentation provides an overview of integrated ecological modeling concepts
that have been applied successfully through hands-on workshops for several USACE
environmental and operations projects. The results of these integrated modeling
workshops can be used to provide solutions to complex, multi-scale problems common
among all USACE business lines.
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