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2022 Spring Workshop

  • April 29, 2022
  • 8:45 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Virtual via Zoom


  • Special price for members
  • Person desires to attend but is not a member. Includes NCLMS membership for remainder of 2022!
  • For students who are not already members. Includes NCLMS membership for remainder of 2022!

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Theme:  Applied Science!

Platinum Sponsor

       Equipment you can rely on. Data you can trust.

Silver Sponsor

Silver Sponsor

8:45 AM        Welcome: Maverick Raber, President, N.C. Lake Management Society

Mechanics of this workshop: Maryann Krisovitch, Executive Director, NC Lake Management Society


9:00 – 11:00 AM      Remote and Hands-On Sampling, Mark Vander Borgh, Moderator

Jill Tucker – North Carolina Division of Water Resources Intensive Survey Branch
"Bathymetric Mapping Portions of the Cape Fear River"

Brad Kingsmore - In-Situ, Inc.
"Sponsor Product Update"

Courtney Di Vittorio - Wake Forest University
"Enhancing Perspectives on Lake Impairments using Satellite Observations: A Case Study at High Rock Lake, NC"

Amy Grogan – University of North Carolina Wilmington
“Wet detention ponds: Their Water Chemistry and Harmful Algal Blooms”

Maverick Raber – Duke Energy
“Surface Water Sampling from Drones”

11:00 – 11:30 AM    Coffee Break

11:30 – 1:00 PM, Lake Management Efforts, Matthew Phillips, Moderator

Christine Cailleret – City of Durham
“The Ellerbe Beaver Dam Study"

Kevin Dockendorf – NC Wildlife Resources Commission
“Integrated Carp Management Approaches in Lake Mattamuskeet”

Brandon Jones – Catawba Riverkeeper
“The Use of Thrips to Control Alligatorweed”

1:00 PM   General Membership Meeting, Secretary’s report, Treasurer’s report, 1:30 PM   Wrap up

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