165 Policy Implications of Uncertainty in Environmental Monitoring and Modeling

Oral Session
A05 Environmental Quality

Policy Implications of Uncertainty in Environmental Monitoring and Modeling

Tuesday, November 2, 2010: 10:00 AM-11:45 AM
Hyatt Regency Long Beach, Beacon Ballroom A, Third Floor

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Douglas Smith and Robert Harmel
Douglas Smith
10:00 AM
Introductory Remarks
10:30 AM
Estimating Uncertainty in Measured Discharge and Water Quality Data (and the Benefits that Result).
Robert Harmel, USDA-ARS; Douglas Smith, National Soil Erosion Research Laboratory; Kevin King, USDA-ARS Soil Drainage Research Unit; Raymond Slade Jr., USGS (retired)
10:45 AM
Addressing Uncertainty in Watershed Management.
Thomas E. Davenport, USEPA; Steven A. Dressing, Tetra Tech, Inc.; Donald W. Meals, Tetra Tech, Inc.
11:00 AM
Beneficial Use of FGD-Gypsum In Agriculture: How Uncertainty In Risk Assessment and Modeling Affects Evaluation.
Rufus L. Chaney, USDA-ARS; L. Darrell Norton, USDA-ARS; Elizabeth L. Dayton, The Ohio State University; H. Allen Torbert, USDA-ARS; Harry Schomberg, USDA-ARS; Eton Codling, USDA-ARS; Warren Dick, The Ohio State University; Timothy Taylor, US-EPA; Matt Smith, USDA-ARS
11:15 AM
Predicting Carbon and Associated Uncertainties for Carbon Markets.
Phillip Owens, Purdue University; Zamir Libohova, USDA-NRCS; Jeffery S. Dukes, Purdue University; H.I. Rowe, Purdue University
11:30 AM
11:45 AM