October 14, 2008, 10am—12noon, Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham, 1st Floor Conference Room, Please RSVP by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 5th, 2008
Toolbox for the Future: Water Availability and Basin Assessment Modeling Black Warrior and Cahaba River Basins
Speakers: Brian Atkins, Director- ADECA-Office of Water Resources and Kenneth Odom, Studies Section Chief-US Geological Survey
In an effort to study past, present, and future water availability needs, the Office of Water Resources within the ADECA and USGS are partnering to develop a water availability toolbox for Alabama. The framework of the project will be built on the 12digit Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC) level which means that each 12digit HUC will have its own water availability model. Initial focus of the study will be Choctawhatchee, Pea and Yellow Watersheds, followed by the Black Warrior and Cahaba River Watersheds. Other regional initiatives will be presented. If you have an initiative that you would like others to be aware of please contact Patti Pennington at email@example.com (205) 264-8453.