Projects 2012 WRI Summary Report Sunday, September 1, 2013Water resource infrastructure in New York: assessment, management, & planning Digitizing a 70-year record of land use change in New York State watersheds to examine the effectiveness of non-structural landscape modification on flood control Apr 1, 2012Steven Shaw, SUNY-ESF. Land use leadership alliance training program: Integrating watershed protection into land use decisions Apr 1, 2012Tiffany Zezula, Pace University. Hydraulic fracturing and Brook Trout habitat in the Marcellus Shale region Apr 1, 2012William Fisher, Cornell University. Geospatial analysis as a tool for identifying critical land use and infrastructure impacts on regional environmental water quality Apr 1, 2012Peter Woodbury, Cornell University. Green infrastructure, water quality, and GHG emissions Apr 1, 2012Todd Walter, Cornell University. Innovative approaches to making a business case for water resource management Apr 1, 2012Mark Milstein, Cornell University. Hudson water and sewer smart growth infrastructure Apr 1, 2012David Kay, Cornell University. Planning for expanded industrial activity in and around the Port of Albany: The environmental challenges of increased industrial opportunity Apr 1, 2012Susan Christopherson, Cornell University. Wetland mitigation of infill development: an evaluation of green infrastructure effectiveness in a near-urban setting Apr 1, 2012Mary Ann Cunningham, Vassar College.