Friday, July 19 • 8:30am - 10:10am
DDD. UMAM Basics and Beyond

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In Florida, the Uniform Mitigation Assessment Method (UMAM) is used by local, state and federal regulatory agencies to determine the amount of mitigation necessary to offset impacts to wetlands and other surface waters and the number of mitigation credits to be assigned to a mitigation bank. This course will focus on UMAM fundamentals with additional discussion reflecting the panel’s experience with thousands of individual UMAM assessments. Audience participation is encouraged.


Penny Cople

Principal Scientist, Breedlove, Dennis & Associates

Ed Cronyn

Senior Scientist/Group Manager, West Florida Sciences, Atkins North America
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Shannon Gonzalez

Senior Ecologist/Principal, Flatwoods Consulting Group Inc.
Flatwoods Consulting Group Inc. (Flatwoods) is a Florida-based Small Business Enterprise (SBE) that assists clients in navigating complex environmental regulation. Our vision is to provide the highest quality consultation to our clients in a cost-effective manner. Our team of highly... Read More →

Clark Hull

Principal, Clark Hull & Associates
ERP, UMAM, Mitigation Banking

Tim Rach

Program Administrator, Division of Water Resource Management, Department of Environmental Protection

Friday July 19, 2019 8:30am - 10:10am
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