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Webinar - Flow Management for Multiple Water Uses in the Delaware River Basin

  • 30 Jul 2019
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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NJ-AWRA Live Webinar:


Flow Management for Multiple Water Uses in the Delaware River Basin


Speaker:  Amy Shallcross, P.E., Manager of Water Resource Operations at DRBC

Moderator:  Thomas Amidon, Manager of Water Resource Modeling at DRBC, NJ-AWRA past president






Meeting Place:

Live Webinar



July 30th, 2019

1:00pm - 2:00pm


Members: $0

Non-members: $15


1 NJ PE Credit available


The Link to the Live Webinar will be provided to attendees upon completion of registration. If you do not receive a webinar link, please check your spam folders.

The Delaware River is indeed the largest undammed river in the USA, but it is far from unmanaged. Flow management is accomplished through tributary impoundments that store water for a variety of uses, including water supply, flood control, recreation, fisheries, power generation, and management of the salt front in the tidal Delaware River. Managing this complex system is Amy Shallcross' unenviable responsibility, and Tom Amidon will help unpack the secrets to her trade in this interview style webinar. 







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