Wednesday, July 17 • 8:30am - 10:10am
TT&UU1. Implementing Florida's Numeric Nutrient Criteria (Part 1 of 2)

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After the many years of research, evaluation, debate, and litigation, numeric nutrient criteria are now being implemented.  This course now focuses on the science of dealing with NNC and current experiences around the state. Implementation will generate significant business opportunities for consulting firms in the biological and engineering fields and laboratories (not to mention law firms).  We have reserved an ample amount of time at the end of the course to answer questions, and engage in an informal give-and-take among the audience and panelists. This is not a course for the uninformed.  Your course “text” will be DEP rules and documents governing the implementation of numeric nutrient criteria.  Your instructors will discuss these rules with their strengths and weakness and potential pitfalls for permittees.  There will be opportunity for exchange among panelists and audience during this highly technical, 2-part course designed to explore and provide an update on this extremely significant rule and how all affected parties are dealing with the numerous scientific, technical and legal issues involved in the application of NNC in Florida.

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Terry Cole

Shareholder, GUNSTER
I love to fish, like Apple products, like to travel. I have worked in the environmental law area for over 40 years, with the Department of Interior as a federal agent, as an officer in the Army MPs, at DER as head of enforcement, General Counsel and Assistant Secretary.The best thing... Read More →
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Anthony Janicki

President, Janicki Environmental, Inc.
Tony's work since 1991 has focused on both water quality and quantity in a wide range of waterbodies throughout Florida. His efforts in establishing watershed plans, TMDLs, MFLs and other work products for clients throughout the State have been most notable by their defensibility... Read More →

David Tomasko

Principal Associate, ESA

Daniel Hammond

Principal Scientist, Brown and Caldwell

Ken Weaver

Environmental Administrator, Department of Environmental Protection

Wednesday July 17, 2019 8:30am - 10:10am
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