Wetland Delineation Workshop
March 29-31, 2021
Wetland Delineation Workshop
Florida Wetland Delineation Workshop March 29-31 2021
Approved for 1.06 equivalent semester hours for PWS certification or recertification.
This is a comprehensive 2 day (16 hour) course focusing on all parameters of the State of Florida wetland and surface water delineation methodology.
($595 or $570 for SWS, FAEP members, or government)
This comprehensive 2 day (16 hour) course focuses on all parameters of the state wetland and surface water delineation methodology. Participants will be taught criteria listed in Ch 62-340 Florida Administrative Code to accurately define and defend their wetland delineations. Hydric soils, common wetland and transitional vegetation, and hydrologic indicators will be taught in the virtual classroom. The instruction will be reinforced during field exercises as recommended by CDC guidelines. Participants will be required to work through the state wetland data form and adequately document field sites. Following this workshop participants are expected to have the skills to delineate up to moderately difficult wetlands. After the field exercises, participants will spend a half day on ZOOM to discuss and ask questions regarding all aspects of their experience and to check their data forms. Approved for 1.06 equivalent semester hours for PWS certification or recertification.
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Southeastern Botany, LLC provides botanical consulting services and plant identification workshops throughout Florida and soon to adjoining states. Our services include vegetation monitoring, botanical inventories that can include rare and invasive plants, plant community mapping, floristic quality assessments,wetland delineation workshops, management plans and plant identification workshops. Group courses that meet the needs of your organization can be arranged in your area.
We are dedicated to preparing natural resource professionals with a strong working knowledge of the regional flora, understanding that correctly identifying plants, invasives, grasses and sedges is a necessary component of jurisdictional wetland delineation, habitat management and restoration. We provide CEU certificates.
Christina M. Uranowski, President
M.S. Botany, Professional Wetland Scientist #1720,
completed her Master of Science degree in Botany at the University of South Florida and holds a Bachelors degree in Biology. Her resume includes over 32 years experience working in Florida’s coastal and freshwater wetlands that includes wetland regulation, exotic mapping and removal, seagrass mapping, algal identification, permitting and restoration, wetland delineation, functional and floristic assessment, wetland plant and grass and sedge identification, minimum flows and levels for wetlands and lakes, and plant physiology. She has worked as a researcher, consultant, and trainer for academia, private industry, government agencies, and as an instructor for Richard Chinn Environmental Training Inc. Much of Christina’s research is published in several peer reviewed scientific journals. Christina has taught grass identification and wetland plant classes for over 10 years. She was principal investigator and first author of the Florida Riverine Hydrogeomorphic (HGM) methodology for measuring wetland functions, and assisted in the development of the Florida Depressional wetlands HGM methodology. Both were published as national technical documents by the US Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station. From 2011 through 2013 she was President of the South Atlantic Chapter of the Society of Wetland Scientists.
Travis Richardson, M.S., Professional Soil Scientist, founder of TRichardson Soils and Environmental, LLC. Travis is an expert soil and wetland scientist with more than 17 years of experience developing an understanding of the relationship among soil characteristics, hydrology, and vegetation. He has extensive experience implementing Ch 62-340 Florida Administrative Code to delineate the landward extent of wetlands and surface waters, including areas with substantial mechanical and/or hydrologic alterations. Richardson has experience establishing Minimum Flows and Levels, permitting environmental resource impacts, developing and implementing wetland mitigation plans, evaluating wetland functional value (UMAM/WRAP), and completed soil and vegetation monitoring.
Richardson Soils and Environmental utilizes Richardson’s expertise to provide efficient and accurate assessments for clients. T. Richardson Soils and Environmental focuses on hydric soil determinations, soil classification, wetland delineation, forensic wetland assessments, mitigation, soil and wetland monitoring, environmental resource permitting, and onsite sewage and treatment disposal system design and permitting. specializing in wetland delineation, hydric soil training, field investigations, and permit facilitation.
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