Projects 2013 WRI Summary Report Monday, September 1, 2014Water resource infrastructure in New York: assessment, management, & planning – year 2. Hydraulic fracturing and Brook Trout habitat in the Marcellus Shale region: Effects of infrastructure development Apr 1, 2013William Fisher, Cornell University. Assessing Flood Risk in a Changing Climate in the Mohawk and Hudson River Basins Apr 1, 2013Stephen Shaw, SUNY-ESF. Greenhouse gas production as pollution trade-off in New York wetlands and source water streams Apr 1, 2013Philippe Vidon, SUNY Environmental Science & Forestry. Public Education and Outreach on Watershed and Flood Resiliency in the Hudson River Estuary Apr 1, 2013Elizabeth LoGiudice, Cornell Cooperative Extension: collaboration across Columbia and Greene, Dutchess, Orange, and Putnam Counties. Crude oil railroad transport: community risk perception and emergency preparation in the Hudson River Valley Apr 1, 2013Susan Christopherson and Irene Hung, Cornell University. Implementing Green Infrastructure to Improve Watershed Resiliency in the Saw Mill Brook Watershed and Village of New Paltz Apr 1, 2013Kathleen (KT) Tobin and David Richardson, SUNY New Paltz. K-12 Green Infrastructure Curriculum. How small is too small: scale economies in NYS water utilities Apr 1, 2013Richard Geddes, Cornell University. Spatial analysis of boil water advisories issued during an extreme weather event in the Hudson River Watershed, USA Apr 1, 2013Sridhar Vedachalam, Cornell University. Smart growth and water and sewer infrastructure in New York State Apr 1, 2013David Kay, Cornell University. Report 1 - SGPIPA and smart growth in New York State: overview Report 2 - Implementation of SGPIPA through the CWSRF and DWSRF Report 3 - Economic development funding and NY’s Smart Growth Public Infrastructure Policy Act Report 4 - SGPIPA and New York’s Local Governments Report 5 - Empire State Development, the Western New York Science & Technology Advanced Manufacturing Plant and NY’s Smart Growth Public Infrastructure Policy Act Physical Demonstrations of Stream Dynamics Appropriate for Tributaries of the Hudson River Estuary Apr 1, 2013Edwin (Todd) Cowen and Deborah Grantham, Cornell University. Video 1a: Stream Behavior: Energy (HD). Video 1b: Stream Behavior: Energy (SD). Video 2a: Stream Behavior: Upstream/Downstream Effects (HD). Video 2b: Stream Behavior: Upstream/Downstream Effects (SD). Video 3a: Stream Behavior: Dredging (HD). Video 3b: Stream Behavior: Dredging (SD). Building enterprise around NY's water resources Apr 1, 2013Mark Milstein, Cornell University. Green infrastructure, water quality, and GHG emissions Apr 1, 2013Todd Walter, Cornell University. Current and potential methane production for electricity from NY State wastewater treatment plants Apr 1, 2013Peter Woodbury, Cornell University. Integrating Climate Change Messages into K-12 Estuary Lesson Plans Apr 1, 2013Katherine Bunting-Howarth, NY Sea Grant. Determining Peak Flow Under Different Scenarios and Identifying Undersized Culverts Apr 1, 2013Todd Walter, Cornell University. A protoype planning support system for managing change in water infrastructure systems in Hudson River and Mohawk River municipalities Apr 1, 2013Kieran Donaghy, Cornell University. Flood Resilience Education in the Hudson River Estuary: Needs Assessment and Program Evaluation Apr 1, 2013Shorna Allred, Cornell University. CaRDI Brief: Community Adaptation to Flooding in a Changing Climate.