Managing Stormwater in the Data Digital Age 

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Introduction: Grant Sharp, County of Orange and Eric Bollens, CloudCompli

Models for Quantifying Data: Water Quality Scoring: Ken Schiff, Southern California Coastal Water Research Project

Models for Quantifying Data: Bioassessment Scoring: Clint Boschen, Tetra Tech

Models for Quantifying Data: Trash Scoring: Gary Conley, 2NDNATURE

Models for Quantifying Data: BMP Scoring: Eric Bollens, CloudCompli

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Issues with Quantifying Data: Experimental Design: Nicole Beck, 2NDNATURE

Issues with Quantifying Data: Monitoring Data: Eric Stein, Southern California Coastal Water Research Project

Issues with Quantifying Data: BMP Data: Nabiul Afrooz, Southern California Coastal Water Research Project

Issues with Quantifying Data: Silos of Data: Grant Sharp, County of Orange

Quantifying Data (Breakout)

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Panel: Data Sourcing Opportunities: Remote Sensing

Chris Tull, California Data Collaborative

Garth Engelhorn, Alta Environmental

Chad Helmle, Tetra Tech

Wayne Tate, Eagle Aerial

Data Sourcing Opportunities: Open Data (from the State): David Altare, State Water Resources Control Board

Data Sourcing Opportunities: Open Data (from the County): Cameron Smith, County of Orange

Data Sourcing Opportunities: Open Data (in Stormwater Tools): Eric Bollens, CloudCompli

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Collaborating with Water Districts: Drew Atwater, Moulton Niguel Water District

Collaborating with Other Agencies: Rob Budd, California Department of Pesticide Regulation

Collaborating with NGOs: Ryan Searcy, Heal the Bay

Collaborating with Research: Nalini Venkatasubramanian, University of California, Irvine

Panel: Future of Data-Driven Stormwater

Michael Trapp (Moderator), Michael Baker International

Greg Gearheart, State Water Resources Control Board

Chris Tull, California Data Collaborative

Gary Conley, 2NDNATURE

Grant Sharp, County of Orange

Eric Bollens, CloudCompli