139 Sustainability On Military Lands

Poster Session
A02 Military Land Use & Management
This session will deal with managing military lands for training, as well as habitat quality, pollution, and threatened and endangered species. Posters will likely be from a broad range of topics, with military land management tying all of the topics together.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC, Second Floor

Heidi Howard
Poster #104
Investigation of Seed Bombs for Military Lands.
Heidi Howard, ERDC-CERL; Timothy Cary, USA-CRREL; Malcolm E. McLeod, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Poster #105
Sustainable Water Management: Results of the Army Watershed Study.
Natalie R. Myers, ERDC-CERL; Heidi Howard, ERDC-CERL
Poster #106
Poster #107
Evaluating Checkdams and Compost for Best Management Practices On Military Training Lands.
Kevin N. Wright, Univ. of Illinois; Heidi Howard, ERDC-CERL; Niels Svendsen, Univ. of Illinois; Prasanta Kalita, Univ. of Illinois; Malcolm E. McLeod, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Poster #108
Characterizing and Assessing Military Activities and Disturbance Impacts: A Conceptual Approach Demonstrated within the Fort Benning Watersheds.
Alan Anderson, U.S. Army Engineer Res. and Develop. Center; Patrick N. Deliman, ERDC-EL; Harold Balbach, U.S. Army Engineer Res. and Develop. Center; Anthony Donigian, Aqua Terra Consultants; John Imhoff, Aqua Terra Consultants; Eileen Regan, Aqua Terra Consultants; Carlos Ruiz, ERDC-EL
Poster #109
Influence of Straight and Turning Multi-Pass Vehicle Traffic On Vegetative Impacts.
Paul Ayers, Univ. of Tennessee; James Kane, Univ. of Tennessee; Heidi Howard, USA-CERL; Alan Anderson, USA-CERL; Phil Woodford, Integrated Training Area Management Program