Join Herrera from October 19-24th for the Washington State Lake Protection Association’s 35th Annual Conference held in Richland, WA. This year’s event brings together water quality professionals to discuss adaptive lake management through a series of workshops and presentations.
On October 21st at 8:30am, see Herrera Limnologist Tim Clark present on A Causal Model for identifying Fecal Contamination Threats to Swimming Beaches. Attendees will learn about King County’s causal model for fecal contamination at swimming beaches, including the development of the Bayesian network via expert elicitation and examples of how the model can be applied to support utility planning decisions.
More information on this presentation can be found here.