Water, Wetlands & Watersheds Seminar

 

FALL 2022 SCHEDULE

Wednesdays, 11:45 – 12:35 PM, EST
Webinar format for the public, Zoom links will be provided to distance students.
***The public can view livestreams and recordings on our YouTube channel.***
Students may register for 1 credit: ENV 6935, SWS 4932, or SWS 6932, contact mjsisk@ufl.edu for SWS section #
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AUGUST
24

Christine Angelini, Associate Professor, Env. Eng. Sciences
Mark ClarkAssociate Professor, Soil & Water Sciences
David Kaplan, Associate Professor, Env. Eng. Sciences

Introduction to the seminar series, academic programs, research centers
 
 
31 Angela Schedel, Vice President, Taylor Engineering, Jacksonville, FL

Resilient Florida: The Intersection of Policy and Planning for Coastal Communities 

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SEPTEMBER
7

Joshua Patterson, Associate Professor, School of Forest, Fisheries, and Geomatics Sciences

Restoration aquaculture – a tool in the box for aquatic systems management 
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14 Nathan Reaver, Research Assistant Scientist, UF Water Institute

Exploring the drivers and implications of water budget partitioning under a changing climate 

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21

Sadie Hundemer, Assistant Professor, Department of Agricultural Education and Communication, UF

The water science communication problem 
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28 POSTPONED: Katherine Anarde, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering,
North Carolina State University

Cascading feedbacks arising from coastal management 

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October
5

Johanna C. L. Engström, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, UF

Analyzing the hydroclimatology of the southeastern U.S. and beyond using GIS and remote sensing 

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12 Mark ClarkAssociate Professor, Soil & Water Sciences
& David Kaplan, Associate Professor, Env. Eng. Sciences

Groundwater, wetlands, and WOTUS: An update on the war over waters of the U.S.  


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19 Lisa Krimsky, Regional Water Resources Extension Agent (RSA) IV, UF/IFAS Southeast District, Fort Pierce, FL Across the stakeholder divide: Priorities and preferences for harmful algal bloom management in Florida 
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26 Esther Mullens, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, UF Precipitation “Whiplash” in the United States: What is it, and what causes it? 
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NovemBER
2

Matthew Ross, Assistant Professor, Department of Ecosystem Science and Sustainability, Colorado State University
& John Gardner, Assistant Professor, Department of Geology and Environmental Science, University of Pittsburgh

Remote sensing of freshwaters for discovery and management
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9 Jennifer Sagan, Associate Scientist, WSP USA, Gainesville, FL Salt marsh restoration techniques that reuse dredged sediment and protect coastal community infrastructure in northeast Florida
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16 Tara Wade, Assistant Professor, Food and Resource Economics Department, UF Using BMPs to manage groundwater: Evidence from vegetable and agronomic crop producers
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30 Johanna Freeman, Associate Research Scientist, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Gainesville, FL When is a wetland restored? Developing evidence-based restoration benchmarks for ephemeral wetlands in the Florida panhandle
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