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Thursday, July 20 • 8:30am - 10:10am
NNN. Threatened and Endangered Species in the Marine Realm

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Extremely timely and informative course will “cover the bases” from NEPA to permitting; critical environmental issues including Johnson Seagrass, ESA protected marine species and essential fish habitat, sea turtles, and marine mammals; use of UMAM and HEA for determining mitigation requests; examples of lessons learned in dealing with and applying federal and state requirements to seaports, beach renourishment, and coastal development; discussion of emerging issues.  Audience participation encouraged! 

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Mary Jo Barkaszi

Marine Mammal Programs Manager, CSA Ocean Sciences
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Penny Cutt

Senior Associate, Gahagan & Bryant Associates, Inc.
Penny Cutt is a Senior Associate with Gahagan & Bryant Associates, Inc. Her expertise is in marine and coastal environments, specializing in Joint Coastal Permitting, Environmental Resource Permitting, and biological monitoring. She has 23 years of experience, with 10 years in the... Read More →

Bill Precht

Director, Marine & Coastal Programs, Dial Cordy & Associates
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Karla Reece

Section 7 Team Lead, National Marine Fisheries Service
Karla has been a Section 7 Biologist with the National Marine Fisheries Service since 2000.  She started out in Washington State, consulting on listed salmon in marine, estuary, and river environments. Karla moved to the Southeast Region in NMFS in 2005 and has carried out Section... Read More →

Thursday July 20, 2017 8:30am - 10:10am EDT
Clearwater/ Orlando