This course is intended for River and Wetland Scientists, Biologists, Hydrologists, Surveyors, Engineering Consultants, Permit Reviewers, and anyone else who makes Ordinary High Water Mark (OHWM) and Ordinary High Water Line (OHWL) delineations on aquatic shorelines. The OHWM is a cornerstone of public trust responsibility and essential to protection of natural resources on rivers, lakes, and marine shorelines. The OHWM is an ecological boundary delineated by scientific methods using field criteria (water, soils, and vegetation) set forth in fe
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