Breakout Groups

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Breakout Groups

Breakout Group A

Case Study 1: Derrel Martin, University of Nebraska (Missouri River Basin)

Case Study 10: Rick Wilson, Ohio EPA (Western Lake Erie Basin)

Case Study 7: Jennifer Tank, University of Notre Dame (Ohio River Basin)

Breakout Group B

Case Study 3: Robbie Kroger, Mississippi State University (Lower Mississippi)

Case Study 5: Dennis Busch, University of Wisconsin (Upper Mississippi)

Case Study 12: Dan Peerless, Greenleaf Advisors and Warren Dick, The Ohio State University (Western Lake Erie Basin)

Breakout Group C

Case Study 8: Kevin King, USDA-ARS (Ohio River Basin)

Case Study 13: Merrin MaCrae, University of Waterloo (Eastern Lake Erie Basin)

Case Study 6: Richard Cooke, University of Illinois (Ohio River Basin)

Breakout Group D

Case Study 4: Bruce Wilson, University of Minnesota (Upper Mississippi)

Case Study 2: Mike Daniels, University of Arkansas (Arkansas White-Red Basin)

Case Study 11: Libby Dayton, The Ohio State University (Western Lake Erie Basin)

Case Study 9: ?

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Items A to D will be provided by the case study team leaders. Items E to J will be addressed in the breakout sessions.

A.         The location and boundaries of the case study.

B.         The cause, constituents and magnitude of problems being addressed in the case study.

C.         The core team and the leader or co-leaders.

D.        The agricultural practices and BMPS that are being studied for the case.

E.         Knowledge, tools and other information that are available to define and quantify the problem and then develop a solution.

F.         Experts from outside of the core team that would be beneficial to the team.

G.        Individuals and groups who should interact with the core team and/or will benefit from interacting with the core team or attend the future symposium.

H.        Probable end-products and how the team anticipates obtaining those end-products.

I.          How the team will communicate and how frequently they will interact as focused subgroups, as a whole team and across case studies.

J.          Resource needs and potential bottlenecks to achieving the case study objectives by the date of the proposed follow-up symposium in 2015.