Recordings of the presentations given by Dr. Ken Wagner of Water Resources Services, Inc. during the March 24, 2022 Cyanobacteria Monitoring Collaborative Virtual Forum on Algal Control Methods are now available.
The videos, which all feature a presentation followed by a question and answer session, are embedded below and can be found on this YouTube playlist. A PDF of the presentation is also available, as direct links to resources shared during the forum (below the embedded videos).
PART 1 | Watershed Management
PART 2 | In-Lake Management: Increased loss
PART 3 | In-Lake Management: Growth and loss
PART 4 | In-Lake Management: Internal phosphorus
RESOURCES SHARED DURING THE FORUM
- ITRC Strategies for Preventing and Managing Benthic Harmful Cyanobacterial Blooms
- ITRC description of cost for in-lake and direct intervention strategies for cyanobacteria
- A Field Study of Maximum Wave Height, Total Wave Energy, and Maximum Wave Power Produced by Four Recreational Boats on a Freshwater Lake
- Measuring the Impacts of Wake Boats: A Pilot Study from East Pond
- North American Lake Management Society
- Northeast Chapter of the North American Lake Management Society
- International Stormwater BMP Database
Virtual Forum YouTube Playlist
PRESENTER BIO | Dr. Ken Wagner holds degrees from Dartmouth College and Cornell University, with his Ph.D. earned in Natural Resource Management in 1985. He has over 45 years of experience working on a variety of water resources assessment and management projects, including lake, reservoir, river and watershed assessment, rehabilitation, and management, regulatory processes, and educational programs. In 2010 he started Water Resource Services, a small company with a focus on water supply protection and lake management consulting. He is a former President of the North American Lake Management Society and former Editor in Chief of Lake and Reservoir Management, a peer-reviewed journal. Ken is currently revising the Practical Guide to Lake Management in Massachusetts, which he originally prepared in 2004.