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Water Insights Fall 2018 - Shared screen with speaker view
Carl DuPoldt
20:16
Any thoughts about heat island reduction practices in urban watersheds?
Anna Marie Nachman
20:16
Can you all hear?
cag149
20:34
yes, but there is an echo
mem14
20:37
There's a lot of feedback.
frank s
20:47
A lot of feed back, may need to tirn of speakers in room
Vincent Cotrone
20:52
Echo is bad
Carl DuPoldt
20:53
There is a lot of feedback on your speakers?
mem14
21:03
Can everyone listening online mute their phones/microphones?
Anna Marie Nachman
21:20
Mute your microphones.
frank s
21:30
much better
Carl DuPoldt
24:51
Spring Creek Watershed Associationwww.springcreekwatershed.org/
Carl DuPoldt
54:03
Any thoughts about winter de-icing compounds mpacts on the Chloride concentration in the springs and streams?
Carl DuPoldt
54:45
Any suggested Best Management Practices to help mitigate the Chloride concentrations in the springs and streams?
Carl DuPoldt
57:11
Sounds like Spring Creek watershed needs more green infrastructure approaches. Any thoughs?
Carl DuPoldt
59:43
What percent of the Spring Creek Waatershed is covered with impervious surfaces? If more than 25% the watershed is impaired according to Tom Scueler of the Center for Watershed Protection. Any thoughts?
Carl DuPoldt
01:01:27
AIt sounds like the impervious surfaces in the Spring Creek watersheds are preventing greoundwater infiltration. Any thoughs?
Carl DuPoldt
01:03:54
Are there monitoring wells around the Penn State spray irrigation fields to check on the impacts on the groundwater? Any thoughts?
Carl DuPoldt
01:04:37
Yes, sink holes and limestone geology form direct conduits to springs and streams.