Salton Sea Species Conservation Habitat. Workshop • June 10, 2010. Meeting Purpose. Provide Stakeholders the opportunity to guide the direction of the SCH Project. Agenda. Introductions Goals and objectives Critical screening criteria Construction challenges.
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Workshop •June 10, 2010
Goals and Objectives
Goal 1:Develop a range of aquatic habitats that will support fish and wildlife species dependent on the Salton Sea
Goal 2:Develop and refine information needed to successfully manage the SCH Project through an adaptive management process
Critical Screening Criteria
Two types of screening criteria
Example – Moist, relatively firm soils
Example – Shallow water, relatively firm soils
Example –Shallow water, soft mucky soils
Example – 2 feet of water, soft or firm soils
Preliminary Geotechnical Investigation
Preliminary Berm Stabilization Alternatives
Kim Nicol, Environmental Program ManagerCalifornia Department of Fish and Game78078 Country Club Drive, Suite 109Bermuda Dunes, CA 92203(760) 200-9178 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lanika Cervantes, Project ManagerSan Diego Section, Regulatory DivisionU.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Los Angeles District6010 Hidden Valley Road, Suite 105Carlsbad, CA 92011(760) 602-4838 Lanika.L.Cervantes@usace.army.mil