U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Threatened & Endangered Species Team (TEST)


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5 September 2018

Addressing Potential Dredging Operation Impacts on the Federally Endangered Atlantic Sturgeon

Presented by Dr. Matthew Balazik and Mr. Justin Wilkens, from the ERDC Environmental Laboratory. Mr. Wilkens began the webinar with a presentation about the results from a laboratory test performed at the ERDC, Vicksburg, MS, USA, investigating the effects of suspended sediment on short-term survival and swimming performance of juvenile Atlantic sturgeon. Following this presentation, Dr. Balazik presented findings from field work investigating Atlantic sturgeon movements in relation to an active dredge in the James River, VA, USA. The goal of this research was to generate data through laboratory and field studies to help evaluate the effectiveness of environmental windows intended to protect the Atlantic sturgeon.


6 December 2017

Whooping Cranes in the Central Flyway

Find out about recent USGS and FWS research on Whooping Cranes, current status of the migratory population in the Central Flyway, and learn more about opportunities for civil and military land managers to support whooping crane habitat in the central flyway.


21 October 2016

Endangered Species Act Section 7(a)(1) - Conservation Planning, Mission Support, and Species Recovery

Presented by Dr. Richard Fischer, DoD Bird Conservation Program Coordinator.


30 January 2016

Monitoring, Modeling, and Conservation Planning: USACE Contributions to Recovery of an Endangered Species (DOTS webinar)

Presented by Dr. Richard Fischer, Research Wildlife Biologist, of the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center


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