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TMDL 2009

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Session 1 - Assessing Model Skill for TMDL Application

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Evaluation and Performance Assessment of Watershed Models
pp. 12-45(34)
Authors: Donigian, A.S.; Imhoff, J.C.

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Assessing Skill of Eutrophication Models for Water Quality Managers
pp. 46-71(26)
Author: Fitzpatrick, James J.

Session 2 - Stakeholder Involvement and Public Participation

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A Transition from Mere Regulation to Watershed Management: A Municipal Perspective on TMDL Implementation
pp. 84-104(21)
Authors: Stolte, Matthew; Hixon, Lee; Schirmer, Adele P.; Nicholson, Terry; Smith, Katherine

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Third-Party Nutrient TMDL Review and Revision for the Truckee River, Nevada
pp. 105-121(17)
Authors: Weintraub, Laura H. Z.; Ceppos, Dave; Freedman, Paul L.; Dilks, David W.; Dennis, Greg

Session 3 - TMDL Policy Perspectives

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Approaches to Defining TMDL Margins of Safety
pp. 122-136(15)
Authors: Crumpacker, Andrea L.; Butkus, Steve

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Phased TMDLs – When is the Science Done?
pp. 137-147(11)
Authors: Vlier, Julie A.; Sandquist, Ronda L.

Session 10 - Nutrient Criteria and the TMDL Process

Session 4 - Building a TMDL for a Large, Multi-Use Watershed, The Upper Mississippi River - Lake Pepin System

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Overview of Lake Pepin-Upper Mississippi River TMDL
pp. 176-185(10)
Author: Senjem, Norman B.

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Site Specific Eutrophication Criteria for Lake Pepin
pp. 186-211(26)
Authors: Wasley, Dennis M.; Heiskary, Steven

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Linked Hydrodynamic-Sediment Transport-Water Quality Model for Support of the Upper Mississippi River – Lake Pepin TMDL
pp. 212-231(20)
Authors: DePinto, Joseph V.; Holmberg, Hans; Redder, Todd; Verhamme, Edward; Larson, Wendy; Senjem, Norman J.; Munir, Hafiz

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Minnesota River TMDL Model: Representation of Sediment Sources and Controls
pp. 232-260(29)
Authors: Butcher, Jonathan; Regan, Charles; Gunderson, Larry; Munir, Hafiz

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Session 5 - Bacteria-Related TMDL

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Application of the Bacteria Decision-Support Tool in the Hillsborough River Watershed
pp. 307-328(22)
Authors: Wapnick, Cheryl M.; Harwood, Valerie J.; Singleton, Tom; Morrison, Gerold; Staley, Christopher; Staley, Zachery R.

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Prioritization of Bacterial Indicator TMDL Compliance Activities in the Middle Santa Ana River Watershed in Southern California
pp. 329-343(15)
Authors: Wolosoff, Steven; Meyerhoff, Richard; Moore, Tim; Lo, Thomas

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Water Quality Indicators and the Risk of Illness in Nonpoint Source Impacted Recreational Waters
pp. 344-370(27)
Authors: Schiff, Kenneth C.; Weisberg, Stephen B.; Colford, John M.

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Collaborative TMDL Approaches – Driving Future Success in TMDL Development
pp. 394-400(7)
Authors: Roberts, Gretel; Kolb, Ruth; Morisako, Beverly

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Bacteria Water Quality in Dickinson Bayou
pp. 401-421(21)
Authors: Petersen, Tina; Rifai, Hanadi S.; Grecho, Lisa; Miranda, Roger

Session 6 - Modeling the TMDL Process I

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A Watershed Modeling Framework for Military Installations: A Preliminary Approach and Baseline Model Results
pp. 422-440(19)
Authors: Donigian, Anthony S.; Imhoff, John C.; Mishra, Anurag; Deliman, Patrick N.; Regan, Eileen C.

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Leveraging an Open Framework for Expanded Modeling Capabilities in BASINS 4.0
pp. 441-450(10)
Authors: Duda, Paul B.; Kittle, John L.; Hummel, Paul R.; Gray, Mark H.; Carleton, James N.

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New “Visual” Tools for Load Allocation Analyses: Using STELLA Software for Water Quality Accounting
pp. 466-470(5)
Authors: Siemens, Kimberly O.; Westphal, Kirk S.; Bounds, Daniel G.

Session 7 - TMDL Implementation Case Studies

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Linking TMDLs and NPDES-Permitted Stormwater: Minnesota's Experience
pp. 480-498(19)
Authors: Trojan, Michael; Plevan, Andrea

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Coordinated Stakeholder Implementation of Multiple TMDLs in Ventura County, California
pp. 499-519(21)
Authors: Desai, Ashli; Minton, Chris; Coyne, Kevin

Session 8 - Watershed TMDL Case Study: Lower Fox River and Green Bay, Wisconsin

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Handbook for Developing Watershed TMDLs
pp. 520-548(29)
Authors: Haire, Michael; Vega, Rosaura; Koenig, Jessica; Rafi, Teresa

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Development of a Watershed TMDL for the Lower Fox River Basin and Green Bay Area of Concern
pp. 549-562(14)
Authors: Maraldo, Dean; Richmond, Nicole; Blake, Laura

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Session 9 - TMDLs for PCB, Selenium and Metals

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Impaired Biota: Assessing Landscape Linkages to In-Stream Biota
pp. 613-632(20)
Authors: Laing, Kimberly; Magner, Joseph; Jasperson, Jeffrey; Felix, Annie; Sandberg, John; Stroom, Kevin

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Developing a Turbidity TMDL for a Hydrologically Complex Tributary to the Mississippi River
pp. 633-643(11)
Authors: Watkins, Justin; Bai, Sen; Butcher, Jonathan; Kratt, Kevin

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Challenges of Fish Consumption-Based TMDLs
pp. 644-655(12)
Authors: Lamoureux, Elizabeth M.; Connolly, John; Chiavelli, Deborah

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Transport and Fate Model for PCB Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) in the Potomac River Estuary
pp. 656-675(20)
Authors: Bierman, Victor J.; Hinz, Scott C.; Rucinski, Daniel K.; Haywood, Carlton; Buchanan, Claire; Nagel, Andrea

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Session 10 - Nutrient Criteria and the TMDL Process

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Development of Site-Specific Water Quality Standards for the Murderkill River
pp. 721-733(13)
Authors: Thuman, Andrew J.; Guha, Biswarup; Rugabandana, Ruta; Mirsajadi, Hassan

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Developing Numeric Nutrient Criteria: Influence of TMDLs
pp. 734-744(11)
Author: Darby, Elaine B.

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Session 11 - Category 4b - National Trends and Case Studies

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Category 4b - Current National Status and Trends
pp. 778-801(24)
Authors: Monschein, Eric; Reems, Shera

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Category 4b Demonstration for Petroleum Hydrocarbon Impaired Waters in the Kenai River, Alaska
pp. 811-820(10)
Authors: Stevens, Tim; Gilder, Cindy; Walsh, Donna

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Category 4b Demonstration for Pathogen Impaired Tributaries to Puget Sound in Kitsap County, Washington
pp. 821-829(9)
Authors: Bresler, Helen; Mann, Laurie; Monschein, Eric

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Category 4b Demonstration for Atrazine Impaired Waters in the Little Arkansas River Subbasin, Kansas
pp. 830-844(15)
Authors: Flynn, Trevor; Stiles, Tom; Perkins, Bruce; Monschein, Eric

Session 12 - Modeling the TMDL Process II

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Integrating Categorical and Real-Time Monitoring Data to Optimally Model Water Quality for Waterbasins and Beyond
pp. 845-857(13)
Authors: Roehl, Edwin A.; Cook, John B.; Conrads, Paul A.

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TMDL Model Development for the Upper Kissimmee and Lake Istokpoga Basins
pp. 858-887(30)
Authors: Wagner, Richard; Lu, Silong; Schmidt, Michael; Rivera, Lena

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Using Linked Models for Basin Management: Challenges and Opportunities
pp. 888-905(18)
Authors: Chen, Emily; Zahakos, Harry; Patek, James

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Watershed Modeling of Copper Runoff to San Francisco Bay from Brake Pad Wear Debris
pp. 919-931(13)
Authors: Donigian, Anthony S.; Bicknell, Brian R.; Rosselot, Kirsten Sinclair

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Evaluation of BMP Effectiveness in Southern California Using an HSPF Water Quality Model
pp. 932-954(23)
Authors: Villarreal, Gian; Apt, Daniel; Candaele, Remi; Duttargi, Shilpa

Session 13 - Site-Specific Objectives and Appropriate Use Designations

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A New Approach to Water Quality Objectives: Development of a Tissue-Based Site-Specific Objective for a Bioaccumulative Pollutant
pp. 984-1006(23)
Authors: Cowan, Karen; Byron, Earl; Luoma, Samuel; Presser, Theresa; Santolo, Gary; Ohlendorf, Harry

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A Unique Use Attainability Analysis Incorporating Collaboration and Predictive Tools
pp. 1007-1019(13)
Authors: Gruber, David; Rasnake, William J.; Mohn, Keith

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Exploring Tiered Aquatic Life Use in Southern California
pp. 1020-1030(11)
Authors: Schiff, Kenneth C.; Diamond, Jerry

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Invasive Species and the TMDL Program
pp. 1031-1058(28)
Authors: Ruf, Christine; Schempp, Adam; Reems, Shera; Fowler, Jamie

Session 14 - Nutrient TMDLs

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The Complexities of Developing Excess Nutrient TMDLs for Shallow Lakes
pp. 1073-1098(26)
Authors: Bischoff, Joe; Ramstack, Joy; Strom, Jeff; Madejczyk, Jeff; Edlund, Mark; Williamson, Jeremy; Shinneman, Avery Cook

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Whole Lake Oxygen Dynamic Studies: A Prelude to Engineering Controls of Internal Phosphorus Loading
pp. 1099-1115(17)
Authors: Austin, David; Carroll, Jason; Alkons-Wolinsky, Ruth; Scharf, Roger; Mericas, Dean; Enochs, Mark; Hicks, Dell; Murphy, Phil

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Setting up a TMDL for the Jordan River-The Role of Sediment Oxygen Demand and Nutrient Flux
pp. 1129-1142(14)
Authors: Tahir, Suzan; Datta, Tania; Goel, Ramesh; Harris, James

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Evolution and Natural Selection in Nutrient TMDL Development
pp. 1143-1166(24)
Authors: Hall, William T.; Hall, John C.

Session 15 - Stormwater and Non - Point Source Issues

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Using TMDLs to Guide Storm Water Management in Minnehaha Creek
pp. 1167-1192(26)
Authors: Wyatt, Mike; Kale, Nat; Zadak, Chris; Cleland, Bruce

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Microbiological Water Quality at Non-Human Impacted Reference Beaches in Southern California During wet Weather
pp. 1193-1212(20)
Authors: Griffith, John F.; Schiff, Kenneth C.; Lyon, Gregory S.; Fuhrman, Jed A.

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Integrating Geomorphologic Field Assessment and Watershed Modeling for a Turbidity TMDL
pp. 1213-1225(13)
Authors: Naperala, Troy R.; Jacobson, Brian A.; Cazanacli, Dan; Sinha, Sanjiv

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Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) to Stormwater Permits Handbook
pp. 1226-1255(30)
Authors: Ruf, Christine; Maraldo, Dean; Martinez, Menchu; Fowler, Jamie; Newport, Bob; Faulk, Jack; DuBay, Kellie; Koenig, Jessica

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Evaluation of Runoff Volume Nondegradation Standard
pp. 1286-1307(22)
Authors: Wilson, Greg; Barnes, Brandon; Nelson, Paul

Session 16 - Measuring, Assessing, and Tracking TMDL Implementation

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Sampling TMDL Implementation Rates and Patterns in the North Central US
pp. 1308-1318(11)
Authors: Norton, Douglas J.; Olsen, Anthony R.; Kratt, Kevin; Hansen, Elizabeth; Hughes, Ian; Abdelmajid, Naser

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