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CD Weekly Wire- August 12, 2013
AD Update: Reporting Our Efforts The past few updates have focused on some of the key elements necessary for our professional growth and development: the OSUE Competency Model, performance management, coaching, and performance and professional goals. For ...
Evaluating the Performance of Stream Restoration Projects in Ohio (Dec. 6, 2011)
The presentation on this page is from December 6, 2011. It was a repeat of a presentation from October 19, 2011. View October 19, 2011 presentation. Dan Mecklenburg, Ecological Engineer with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources presents results from a ...
CD Weekly Wire- August 5, 2013
AD Update: Developing Competency and Honing Expertise via Pursuit of Performance and Professional Development Goals The past couple of weeks we have focused on improving the way we use the tools and implement the framework that comprise the OSUE performan ...
How do I recognize a healthy stream?
1. A healthy stream has riffles, runs, and pools Source: Ohio NEMO Program Often times when you think of a healthy stream what comes to mind is one that is clear and fast flowing. These shallow areas are called riffles, and are just one important feature ...
OSU Extension Factsheets
Vegetative Filter Strips: Application, Installation and Maintenance Available here: http://ohioline.osu.edu/aex-fact/0467.html This publication summarizes the key aspects of the application, installation and maintenance of filter strips for Ohio condition ...