Water, Wetlands & Watersheds Seminar

Fall 2007 Schedule

Howard T. Odum Center for Wetlands
Conference Room, Phelps Lab
Wednesdays 11:45 – 12:35 pm

29Mark Brown, Acting Director, Center for WetlandsIntroduction… food for thought
5Rex Ellis, Assistant Research Scientist, UF Soils and Water Science DepartmentSubaqeous soils: the wet end of the soil continuum
12Angelique Keppler, Doctoral Candidate, UF Soil and Water Science DepartmentInvestigating re-vegetation patterns, nutrient limitations, and storages of nitrogen as determinants of restoration success
19Jeff Smith, Restoration Ecologist, Merritt Island National Wildlife RefugeEcological restoration at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge
26Ed Dunne, Assistant Research Scientist, UF Soil and Water Science DepartmentUsing wetlands within agricultural dominated watersheds: some international perspectives
3Jim Heffernan, Post Doc Associate, Water Institute/School of Forest Resources & ConservationWetlands as alternative stable states in desert streams
10Caitlin Hicks, Masters Student, Soil and Water Science DepartmentCoastal ecosystems as carbon sinks: A case study from a constructed system in the Indian River Lagoon
17Kelly Reiss, Post Doc Associate, Center for WetlandsDo Florida wetland mitigation banks return full wetland function: interpretation of biological assessments and permit review
24Matt Cohen, Assistant Professor, School of Forest Resources and ConservationAdaptive Management and the Scrutiny of Environmental Narratives
31Carrie Reinhardt Adams, Assistant Professor, Environmental Horticulture DepartmentImproving wetland restoration: the transition from invasive species control to native species establishment
7Savannah Howington, Science Coordinator,
Everglades National Park
Major Accomplishments under the Everglades Critical Ecosystem Studies Initiative
14Pam Livingston Way and Alicia Steinmetz, St. Johns River Water Management DistrictA Overview of two regional stormwater treatment facilities designed to treat agricultural runoff in the TCAA
21Ramesh Reddy, Graduate Research Professor, Soil and Water Science DepartmentPhosphorus memory in wetlands and aquatic systems: Implications to ecosystem restoration
28Todd Osborne, Assistant Research Scientist, UF Soil and Water Science DepartmentEffects of water level management on organic soil subsidence in Blue Cypress Marsh, Florida
5Patrick Bohlen, Associate Research Biologist and Director of Research, MacArthur Agro-ecology Research CenterO let them be left: sustaining wet and wildness on Florida’s cattle ranches