Caddo Lake Institute

Flows Workshop December 12-14, 2011

CLI hosted a multi-day workshop for scientists and stakeholders on December 12-14, 2011 at the Jeffersonian Institute in Jefferson, Texas. Participants reviewed the research done since the 2008 Workshop, the 2011 Region D regional water plan, the work of the Caddo Lake Watershed Protection Planning process, and other such information to evaluate the need for changes to the recommendations from the 2008 Workshop. The participants also developed an initial set of indicators that will determine monitoring priorities and guide the adaptive management approach for this project. The Next Workshop is planned for 2016.¬†

Summary of 2011 Flows Workshop

Workshop Agenda

Attendee List

Draft Summary of Building Blocks

Workshop Materials

Background Materials for December Workshop

Floodplain Inundation Analysis Report (March 2012)

Workshop Presentations

Attainment Goals for Big Cypress Flow Targets and Narrative Standards for Little and Black Cypress

High Flows Pulse and Overbank Flows, Riparian and Floodplain Connectivity and Geomorphology

Update on the U.S. Geological Survey's Cypress Basin and Clean Rivers Program Special Study

Lake O' the Pines and Big Cypress: Implementation of Environmental Flows

Louisiana Water Quality and Quantity Issues

Environmental Flows in the Cypress River Basin, Work of Flows Ecology Workshops

Watershed Protection Plan and Instream Water Quality Goals


Meeting Will Focus on Long-Term Effects of Drought at Caddo, Marshall News-Messenger, 12/13/11

Workshop Focuses on Caddo Lake Watershed, Longview News Journal, 12/13/11

Project History

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