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About This Webinar

In this webinar, ICF experts will present systems planning and design approaches that leverage, mimic, and synergize with natural processes to enhance coastal resilience. Utilizing East and West Coast case studies on the shoreline, near- or off-shore, or inland, these examples align landscape response with projects that address infrastructure, dredging, community flood protection, water quality, and ecological protection needs, now and in the future.

When: Thu, Dec 8, 2022 · 1:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English
Who can attend? Everyone
Dial-in available? (listen only): Yes
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Featured Presenters
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Senior Restoration Engineer
Ms. Robin is a civil engineer with 25+ years of experience, with expertise in fluvial, estuarine, and coastal engineering, geomorphology and hydrology. Her practice focus is on ecosystem restoration, watershed management planning and natural systems design of river and coastal systems. Utilizing a physical process-based approach, Rachel’s plans and designs promote sustainable practices to provide climate change resilience in the built environment, and support sensitive coastal, wetland, and riparian natural resources. Experienced in land use settings ranging from urban corridors to the wildlands of National Parks. As a foundation for consensus in flood protection, natural resource protection and environmental compliance, Rachel combines engineering expertise with the ability to define and integrate biological, regulatory, and socio-political objectives. Her works address infrastructure maintenance, improvement and adaptive management needs in response to climate, land use and extreme event driven change on both site and watershed scales.
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Coastal Resource Specialist
Heather has over 26 years of experience in marine biology, terrestrial wildlife biology, natural resource evaluations, coastal restoration, marine construction, wetlands, offshore research, environmental policy, project management, and permitting. She has designed, permitted, and managed federally funded projects in the Gulf Coast for homeowners, local and State agencies of Florida and Alabama.
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Principal Landscape Architect
Dick Rol is a design professional with 30 years of experience in both public and private sector roles. His background is a blend of natural sciences, landscape architecture, and engineering, which he applies to planning and design challenges in both natural and urban contexts. Coastal wetland restoration and resiliency has been a focus of his work in southern California, where he has contributed to several recent major estuary restoration projects. He leads work from initial visioning through concept design, construction documents, construction, and post-construction maintenance and monitoring.
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Restoration Engineer
Jennifer McAdoo is an Environmental Engineer in Training with 10 years of experience in natural resource management, disaster management, and environmental compliance. Prior to joining the private sector, she worked for USACE Los Angeles District, US Forest Service, and Bureau of Land Management in hydrology and environmental coordination, initiating and implementing a variety of stream restoration projects. She managed USACE and FEMA process operations during response and recovery from Hurricane Maria and HUD process during recovery from Hurricane Harvey. At ICF, she fosters collaboration between disaster management, climate resilience, and ecological restoration practitioners.
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