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    • The National Park Service in Southern West Virginia 

      Allison, Amanda (New River Symposium, 2017-05-16)
      The National Park Service manages three units in southern West Virginia, New River Gorge National River, Gauley River National Recreation Area, and Bluestone National Scenic River. All three units were designated for their ...
    • Natural history, threats, and current research related to Candy Darter (Etheostoma osburni) in Virginia 

      McBaine, Katie E.; Angermeier, Paul L. (New River Symposium, 2017-05-16)
      The candy darter (Etheostoma osburni) is a small riffle-dwelling, non-game fish species endemic to the New River drainage in Virginia and West Virginia. It is narrowly restricted to medium-size streams with cold-cool ...
    • The New River Grant Trail: From 5ML to 5 Liters 

      Blankenship, Joan (New River Symposium, 2019-04-12)
      This presentation is designed to show the connection between native habitat restoration and the funding that is necessary to make the projects happen. The BASS Nation of Virginia with a partnership between Virginia Department ...
    • New River Symposium 2011 Program 

      Unknown author (New River Symposium, 2011-05-19)
      A program overview for the New River Symposium held May 19-20, 2011, at Concord University in Athens, West Virginia.
    • New River Symposium 2017 Program 

      Unknown author (New River Symposium, 2017-05-16)
      A program overview for the New River Symposium held May 16, 2017, at the Selu Conservancy in Radford, Virginia.
    • The Old Appalachian Trail in the New River Valley, 1931-1955 

      McNeely, Jim (New River Symposium, 2017-05-16)
      This presentation is an overview and summary of the results of my studies and field investigation of the former routes of the Appalachian Trail in southern Virginia. For the purposes of this presentation to the 2017 New ...
    • Program Overview, New River Symposium 2019 

      Unknown author (New River Symposium, 2019-04-11)
      A program overview for the New River Symposium held April 11-12, 2019, at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina.
    • ReNew the New: An Approach for Regional River Clean-ups on the New River 

      Gottfredson, Michael (New River Symposium, 2017-05-16)
      In August 2016, the New River Valley successfully held its first regional river clean-up event in Radford, called “Fall into the New.” Four hundred volunteers and representatives from Floyd, Giles, Montgomery, and Pulaski ...
    • Service Learning on the River: Educating for Sustainability in the NRV 

      Pearce, Annie (New River Symposium, 2017-05-16)
      The New River is influenced by a variety of pressures ranging from economic development and attendant environmental impacts, to changing community expectations and choices, to infrastructure investments by local government. ...
    • The Stroubles Creek Watershed: History of Development and Chronicles of Research 

      Younos, Tamim (New River Symposium, 2017-05-16)
      Dr. Younos launched the Stroubles Creek Watershed Initiative in 1999. The major goal of the Initiative was to provide research, educational, and service-learning opportunities to Virginia Tech students. A secondary goal ...
    • Unlocking New Insights into Riverscapes with Drone-based Laser Scanners 

      Hession, W. Cully (New River Symposium, 2019-04-12)
      Measurement of physical characteristics across space and time is essential for research and management of aquatic ecosystems. Physical parameters help us quantify and understand channel morphology, aquatic and riparian ...
    • Watauga High School Rain Garden—A Community Partnership 

      England, Laura (New River Symposium, 2017-05-16)
      Ongoing urban development in the Town of Boone has meant increasing coverage of pavement and other impervious surfaces. Local tributaries of the South Fork New River, like Hardin Creek, show symptoms of “urban stream ...