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Right-sizing Stream Crossings for Fish, Wildlife, and Resiliency
Streams are often disrupted by undersized and improperly placed culverts, resulting in habitat fragmentation and increases in erosion, flooding and flood-related damage. Culverts and bridges can be designed to minimize impacts to stream habitats and aquatic connectivity. DEC recently adopted protocols to evaluate road-stream crossings for “passability” and to prioritize crossings with the greatest need of replacement and repair. DEC is also working on funding solutions to help municipalities right-size their culverts and bridges for improved connectivity and resiliency.

Jan 28, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Corbin Gosier
Biologist 2 (Ecology) @Division of Fish and Wildlife, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation
Corbin Gosier is the Aquatic Habitat Program Manager within NYSDEC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife, Bureau of Ecosystem Health where he oversees the statewide implementation of programs that address impacts from: physical disturbance to water bodies and riparian areas, road/stream crossings, water withdrawals, and hydropower projects. From 2004-2018, Corbin was a restoration ecologist, focusing on stream and wetland reconstruction and associated permitting requirements for large environmental remediation projects across the state. Corbin received a Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Forest Biology from the State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry.