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November 1999 Biocriteria Workshop: Sampling Methodologies in the Central Plains

  • Date Held: 3-5 November 1999
  • Location: Nichols and Foley Halls, West Campus, University of Kansas, Lawrence KS
  • Attendance: The conference was attended by 23 individuals from 5 states.

Objectives

The objective of this meeting was to bring together water quality experts from various agencies in EPA Region 7 and surrounding areas for the following purposes:

  1. to exchange knowledge on different methods for sampling of stream fish and macroinvertebrates
  2. to give agency representatives an opportunity for hands-on exposure to a variety of sampling techniques

The first day of the workshop was devoted to auditorium presentations; days two and three were devoted to sampling field trips.

Presentations

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Name Affiliation Presentation Title
Don Huggins CPCB
Lawrence, KS
Sampling Methodologies Employed by the KBS
Tom Wilton IDNR Sampling Methodologies employed by the IDNR
Bob Angelo
Steve Cringan
KDHE Sampling Methodologies employed by the KDHE
Mark Shaw KDWP Sampling Methodologies employed by the KDWP
Randy Sarver MDNR Sampling Methodologies employed by the MDRN
Dave Schumacher NDEQ Sampling Methodologies employed by the NDEQ

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