Water, Wetlands & Watersheds Seminar

Fall 2008 and later includes links to recorded seminar slideshows with audio

FALL 2020

Water, Wetlands & Watersheds Seminar
Fall 2020 Schedule

Wednesdays, 11:45 – 12:35 PM, Phelps Lab 101
Webinar format until further notice, Zoom links will be posted, the public is welcome & students may register for 1 credit:
ENV 6935, SWS 4932, or SWS 6932, or online: contact for SWS section #



Christine Angelini, Assistant Professor, EES
Mark Clark, Associate Professor, SWS
David Kaplan, Associate Professor, EES

Introduction to the seminar for thought

Cherie Westbrook, Professor,
Department of Geography & Planning,
Global Institute for Water Security, University of Saskatchewan

Wetlands be dammed?

John Kominoski, Associate Professor,
Institute of Environment, Department of Biological Sciences,
Florida International University, Miami, FL

Understanding interactions among discrete and continuous disturbances in coastal ecosystems

Vince Lovko, Staff Scientist and Program Manager,
Mote Marine Lab, Sarasota, FL

Changes in phytoplankton community structure as an indicator of ecosystem disturbance

Natasha Woods, Assistant Professor,
Department of Biological Sciences
Moravian College, Bethlehem PA

Community disassembly and reassembly in maritime forests



Eric Milbrandt, Marine Laboratory Director,
Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation
Sanibel, FL

A large hypoxic event in the eastern Gulf of Mexico associated with the 2018 red tide bloom

Ashley Smyth, Assistant Professor,
Department of Soil and Water Sciences,
Tropical Research & Education Center, UF

Climate change impacts on ecosystem functions and services of seagrass ecosystems


Anna Braswell, Assistant Professor,
School of Forest Resources and Conservation, UF

Conceptualizing coastal wetlands in a macroscale framework

Elizabeth Staugler, Extension Agent,
Charlotte County, Florida Sea Grant, IFAS/UF

Communicating complex ecosystem science for greater impact at local levels



Charles Scaife, PhD Candidate,
Department of Environmental Sciences,
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

From soils to catchments: a hydrologic perspective of vegetation-climate
interactions across scales

Amanda Spivak, Associate Professor,
Department of Marine Sciences,
University of Georgia, Athens, GA

Soil organic carbon development and turnover in natural and disturbed
salt marsh environments



Wesley Anderson, PhD
Recent graduate, Soil and Water Sciences, UF

Impacts of an invasive ecosystem engineer upon wetlands and aquatic communities
across a subtropical agroecosystem
University of Florida College of Engineering

Kirk Hatfield, Director
P.O. Box 116580
Gainesville, FL 32611
Tel: (352) 392-9537, ext. 1400
Fax: (352) 392-3394

Howard T. Odum Center for Wetlands
100 Phelps Lab | Museum Road
P.O. Box 116350
Gainesville, FL 32611
Telephone: (352) 392-2424
Fax: (352) 392-3624
University of Florida

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