Truckee River | 2020 Floodplain Management Association (FMA) Annual Conference
EVENT

Floodplain Management Association 2020 Annual Conference

September 8 - 11, 2020

Virtual Conference
United States

We are proud to be a gold sponsor of this year’s virtual 2020 FMA Annual Conference. Recognized as one of the premier floodplain event, this year’s theme is A New Decade of Resilience through Collaboration, Integration and Mitigation.

Join our technical experts as they present on industry-leading topics and learn about the latest in flood management, modeling and community resilience.

Don’t forget to visit our virtual exhibit booth, we’ll be waiting to chat with you.

Our Thought Leaders at the FMA Virtual Conference

HDR FMA speakers
HDR Speakers: (left to right) Jen Ninete, Joanna Leu, Mark Seits, Nathan Pingel, Dragoslav Stefanovic, Alex Yescas 

Tuesday, September 8
Technical Session: Leveraging Data | 11-12:30 p.m. (PDT)
Flood Hazard Analysis: Balancing Hydrologic Complexity and Analysis Methods

  • Presenter: Nathan Pingel  
  • Co-Author: Donna Lee

Technical Session: Geomorphic Stabilization Evaluation| 1:30-3 p.m. (PDT)
Truckee River Flood Management: Evaluating Downstream Geomorphic Impacts of Flood Control Projects

  • Presenter: Dragoslav Stefanovic  

Wednesday, September 9
Panel: Emergency Action Planning and Management | 3:30-5 p.m. (PDT)
Continuing the Dialogue on Dam Safety and Emergency Action Plans 

  • Moderator: Mark Seits

Technical Session: Better than Best Practices | 3:30-5 p.m. (PDT)
Practices and Innovation to Transform Flood Protection into Multi-Benefit Infrastructure 

  • Presenter: Jennifer Ninete

Thursday, September 10
Technical Session: Opportunities Assessments | 1:30-3 p.m. (PDT)
Tijuana River Valley Needs and Opportunities Assessment: Strategies to Address Sediment and Flood Impacts

  • Presenter: Mark Seits
  • Co-author: Alex Yescas

Technical Session: 2022 CVFPP Update | 3:30-5 p.m. (PDT)
Reservoir Vulnerability Analysis: Impacts of Climate Change on Reservoir Operations in the Central Valley for Central Valley Flood Protection Plan Update

  • Presenter: Nathan Pingel

Flood Consequence Analysis: Enhancements to Flood Consequence Analysis for 2022 Central Valley Flood Protection Plan Update

  • Presenters: Nathan Pingel and Joanna Leu

Connect With Our Attendees

  • Mark Stanley
  • Daniel Jabbour
  • Tom Chapman
  • Will Sicke
  • Mike Inamine
  • Hongyu Deng
  • Renato Espinoza Torres
  • Kenric Jameson
  • Kevin Fellows
  • Rhonda Robins
  • Sergio Jimenez
  • Mark Forest
  • Daniel Teak
  • Thomas Molls
  • David Ford

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