2009: Volume 12
Issue 1 (January)
Learning, Teaching, and Networking- The Journey Begins; PIANC USA Hosted "Gulf Coast Hurricane Conference".
Issue 2 (February)
Building Stronger Collaborative Relationships for a Sustainable Water Resources Future; Federal Agencies Release Interagency Report on Climate Change and Water Resources; Susquehanna River Basin Commission Implements Comprehensive Plan- Federal Agencies Offer Feedback and Support During Coordination Summit; Ecosystem Restoration Center of Expertise and ERDC Team Up to Create Ecosystem Restoration Webinar Series; IWR White Paper on the Implications of the Expansion of the Panama Canal.
Issue 3 (March)
USACE Establishes a Dam Safety Risk Management at IWR; Estimating the Employment Impacts of Corps of Engineers Activities Associated with American Recovery and Reinvestment Act; IWR Develops Collaborative Toolkit.
Issue 4 (April)
Sacramento District Assembles Panel of Experts to Estimate Flood-Related Emergency Costs; The Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA): Understanding and Establishing Cultural Affiliation as a Critical Component in the Compliance Process; Planning Associates Class of 2009- Deep Draft Navigation Training Module; Call for Papers- 4th International Congress of Smart Rivers '21 "The Future of Inland Navigation".
Issue 5 (May)
Publication of ETL 1110-2-571 Guidelines for Landscape Planting and Vegetation management at Levees, Floodwalls, Embankment Dams, and Appurtenant Structures; Draft NED Deep Draft Navigation Manual Available for Review.
Issue 6 (June)
Coastal and Storm Damage Reduction Planning Center of Expertise Has Eye on New Orleans Safety During Hurricane Season 2009; Delaware Bay Oyster Revitalization; Inland Navigation and Coastal Storm Damage Reduction Training Modules.
Issue 7 (July)
USACE Headquarters Release New Economic Guidance Memorandum; The Planning Associates Class of 2009- Flood Risk Management Module Training.
Issue 8 (September)
What's Economics Got to do With the Corps? College Economics to Corps Economics; Ecosystem Restoration Module; Strategic Think Piece Practicum and Small Boat Harbor and Intergovernmental Coordination Course.
Issue 9 (October)
Ecosystem Webinar Results in Shared Learning; Philadelphia District Completes Construction of its Third Fishway; Planning Associates Class of 2009 Visit the Northwestern Division to Learn About Hydropower, Water Supply, Endangered Species Act, Recreation, Cultural Resources and Tribal Affairs.
Issue 10 (November)
Economic Guidance for Fiscal Year 2010; ERDC Convenes Workshop at Outset of Retrospective Evaluation of USACE Ecosystem Restoration Projects; Engineering and Research Development Center Publication ERDC RN EMRRP-EBA-03 "Reducing Spreadsheet Errors"; New York District partners with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Develop GIS Based Website to Monitor Threatened and Endangered Shore Species; Partnership with the Nature Conservancy Grows in the South Pacific Division; Baltimore District Leads Collaborative Efforts in Anacostia Watershed Restoration Plan.
Issue 11 (December)
Ecosystem Restoration Database Development Progressing; Vision Unveiled for "Mosaic of Habitats" in the New York-New Jersey Estuary; The Planning Class of 2010 Journey Begins: "Exploring New Solutions".