35th Annual ACE Conference. Held October 13-17, 1996 in Durango, Colorado at the Strater Hotel.
The following is a listing only (no presentations or papers are available for download):
Sam Diferdinando, Animas Museum
Land and Water Magazine/Marketing ACE
Kenneth M. Rasch, Land and Water
Suisan Marsh Mitigation Lands Project
James J. Strong, Aquadyne, Inc.
The Thomas Jefferson Parkway: The Conservation of the Entrance to Monticello
William Rieley, Rieley and Associates
Wetland Construction and Mitigation: A Design/Build Case Study of the WolfordMountain Reservoir Wetlands Mitigation Project
Paula Daukas, Woodward Clyde
An Economical Approach to Outlet Inspection
James Norfleet, CO Div.Water Resources
Conservation of Historic Structures in the National Park Service
Terry Wong, National Park Service
Renew the Parks - Renewable Energy in the National Park Service
Douglas DeNio, National Park Service
Roller Compacted Dam Retrofit
Tom Milbradt, CO Div. of Wildlife
Role of Coir Products in Soil Bioengineering
Calista Santha, Rolanka International, Inc.
Wetlands - Status Report
Carl Anderson, Law Engineering, Inc.
On the Road Again
Larry Mills, Sr., TX Parks and Wildlife
Conservation Engineering and Value Analysis: A Symbiotic Relationship
Robert Prager, Intuition and Logic
Foundation Repair of an Incline Railway ð
Michael Wyman, Restruction Corp.
Innovative Boardwalk Design and Construction
David Freedman, GA Division of Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites
Strategy to Increase Public Access On Wildlife Management Areas
Alton Franklin, TX Parks and Wildlife
Rational and Preliminary Results of the Flood From Glen Canyon Damon the Colorado River
Mark Anderson, U.S.G.S.
Maximizing Wild Fish Production
Hal Hagen, Aquatic Alternatives
Alternative Systems for On-Site Sewage Disposal
William (Pres) Allinder, AL Dept. Public Health
South Fork Walla Walla Hatchery Effluent Treatment
Linda Jackson, Bonneville Power Admin.
Disabled Angler User Facilities
Ronald Hansen, MO Dept. of Conservation
Development of the Animas River Mitigation Bank
Hydrogeomorphic Characterization of the Animas River Near Durango,Colorado And a Sustainable Aggregate Harvest Plan For the Bar-D Site
Sidney Davis, Sugnet & Associates
Detailed Evaluation Allows Continued Operation of Dam With High SettlementRates
Bruce Marvin, Western Engineers, Inc.
Evolution of Marine Fish Hatchery Design in Texas
Gene McCarty, TX Park and Wildlife Dept