2008: Volume 11
Issue 1 (January)
Report on Temporary Detail to the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works); Successful Completion of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Project.
Issue 2 (February)
Programmatic Essential Fish Habitat Assessment Finalized for Nine Federal Navigation Projects in New England; Katrina Lessons Create New Course for University.
Issue 3 (March)
The Planning Associates Do Deep Draft.
Issue 4 (April)
Planning Cop Conference Agenda Announced: Registration Continues; Registration for Pre-Conference Workshops closes April 18; Announcement of Developmental Assignment at Office of ASA(CW); Engineer Update Begins Series of Articles on Actions for Change; Planners Association DC Experience; Using IWR-GeoFIT for a Structure Inventory Update in Texas; Corps Teams up with FEMA to Derive Nonresidential Damage Functions; Perspective from Planners.
Issue 5 (May)
Engineer Manual 1110-2-1304 "Civil Works Construction Cost Index System" Appendix Updated as of 31 Mar. 2008; Hydropower, Water Supply, Recreation, and Endangered Species Module.
Issue 6 (June)
Developing Sound Water Resources Solutions; List Server List Created for Corps Planning Community Practice; The Planning Associates Learn About Flood Risk Management and Watersheds.
Issue 7 (July)
Army Corps of Engineers- A Cash Cow for Dairy Farmers and the Environment; Gulf Coast Hurricane Preparedness, Response, Recovery, and Rebuilding.
Issue 8 (August)
Draft Version of National Economic Development Manual for Deep Draft Navigation Now Available for Review; Planning Associates Class of 2008- Inland Navigation and Ecosystem Restoration Modules.
Issue 9 (September)
Watershed Planning Pilot Studies Completed- Presentations Available on the Web; Update on USACE Planning Guidance; PIANCE Establishes Two New Working Groups; IWR Staff Member Co-Edits New Book on Managing and Transforming Water Conflict.
Issue 10 (October)
Economic Guidance for Fiscal Year 2009; Recruitment Announcement for Director of Waterborne Commerce Statistics Center; The 2008 Planning Associates Critical Thinking Piece Presentations and Awards Ceremony.
Issue 11 (November)
An Update on the Activities of the Civil Works Review Board; The Use of Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit (CESU) Network in Ecosystem Planning, Restoration, and Management Efforts; Economic Guidance for Fiscal Year 2009- Release of EMG 09-03 "Unit Day Values for Recreation FY2009"; Spatial Data Standards, for Facilities, Infrastructure, and Environment; Corps Establishes New Center of Expertise on Conflict Resolution and Public Participation at the Institute for Water Resources.
Issue 12 (December)
Army Corps of Engineers Helps Open Possibilities on Davis Island.