Projects 2014 WRI Summary Report Friday, August 28, 2015Water resource infrastructure in New York: assessment, management, & planning – year 3. Watershed-scale evaluation of stormwater management practices through geospatial, field, and modeling analyses Apr 1, 2014Katherine Meierdiercks, Siena College. To learn more, watch this short video on this evaluation, or click on the following link to read the written report. Flood Resilience Education in the Hudson River Estuary: Needs Assessment and Program Evaluation Apr 1, 2014Shorna Allred, Cornell University. NY State and smart growth: Policy triangulation, coherence, tensions Apr 1, 2014David Kay, Cornell University. See here for a Research & Policy Brief related to this project, or for a more in-depth report, Public Education and Outreach on Watershed and Flood Resiliency in the Hudson River Estuary Apr 1, 2014Elizabeth LoGiudice, Cornell Cooperative Extension: collaboration across Columbia and Greene, Dutchess, and Orange Counties. Sources of water and solutes exported by forested headwaters during stormflows Apr 1, 2014Christine Goodale, Cornell University. Planning and Implementing Green Infrastructure to Improve Watershed Resiliency in the Saw Mill Brook Watershed and Village of New Paltz Apr 1, 2014Kathleen (KT) Tobin and David Richardson, SUNY New Paltz. Road ditches in the suburban landscape: potential hotspots for nutrient transport and cycling Apr 1, 2014Todd Walter, Cornell University. To learn more, watch this short video on road ditch research, or click on the following link to read the written report. Computerized content analysis of online reviews of water-centric entertainment areas Apr 1, 2014Srinagesh Gaverneni, Cornell University. Assessing Flood Risk in a Changing Climate in the Mohawk and Hudson River Basins Apr 1, 2014Stephen Shaw, SUNY -ESF. Roadside ditches: Source or filter of greenhouse gases? Apr 1, 2014Rebecca Schneider & Roxanne Marino, Cornell University. Results of a survey on ditch management by town highway staff. Further development and application of a planning support system for managing change in water infrastructure systems in Hudson River municipalities Apr 1, 2014Kieran Donaghy, Cornell University. The themes surrounding the Hudson River: A content analysis of newspapers along the Hudson Apr 1, 2014Clifford Scherer, Cornell University Visualizing landscape change: social space and CSO's in the Hudson river watershed Apr 1, 2014Brian Davis, Cornell University. Using high frequency lake data and fish population analyses to inform management and outreach in the Sky Lakes, Shawangunk Ridge, eastern New York Apr 1, 2014David Richardson, SUNY New Paltz. Septic systems, water quality, and greenhouse gas emissions Apr 1, 2014Todd Walter, Cornell University. To learn more refer to this peer-reviewed publication. Identifying sinkholes and manure management setbacks Using LiDAR and aerial photography Apr 1, 2014Paul Richards, SUNY Brockport. To access project products, see an index maps of Albany County, and see these detailed maps of ground features at the field scale. To learn more, watch this short video on mapping sinkholes, or click on the following link to read the written report. Determining Peak Flow Under Different Scenarios and Identifying Undersized Culverts Apr 1, 2014Todd Walter, Cornell University.