Friday, July 19 • 10:30am - 12:10pm
III. Seagrasses and Mangroves

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This session will address the types of permits (CCCL, ERP, JCP) that apply to marine-related projects and includes presentations on how the ecology and biology of Florida’s seagrasses and mangroves drive the reality of regulatory responses; what restoration options and assessment strategies are available and appropriate; the challenges of the permitting process and the importance of establishing realistic restoration goals that can be measured as well as attained. Also, some focus will be given to UMAM assessments for seagrass impacts and mitigation; permit/mitigation compliance; and restoration site selection, techniques, and monitoring in the context of the regulatory environment. This course provides excellent coverage of a very complex subject.

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Raymond Dennis, III

Senior Project Manager, Environmental Sciences, Stantec Consulting Inc.
For over 23 years, Mr. Dennis has dedicated his career to assisting clients in achieving their project objectives while protecting and restoring natural resources. The focus of Mr. Dennis’s scientific training and experience has been on coastal and freshwater wetland ecology, regulatory... Read More →
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Mark Fonseca

Senior Ecologist, CSA Ocean Sciences, Inc.
I am interested in habitat restoration, particularly of seagrasses, including their valuation, ecological function, landscape dynamics and associated hydrodynamic environment particularly as it is influenced by wind waves, boat wakes and tidal currents. My recent activities include... Read More →

Jennifer Carpenter

Assistant Director, South District Office, Department of Environmental Protection

Friday July 19, 2019 10:30am - 12:10pm
Calusa 9

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