Water, Wetlands & Watersheds Seminar

Spring 2009 Schedule

Wednesdays 11:45 – 12:35 pm, Phelps Lab Seminar Room
Public is welcome & Students may register for 1 credit: SOS 6932, sec.9241 OR ENV 6935, sec.8749

7Mark Brown, Professor EES Mark Clark, Asst. professor, SWSIntroduction… food for thought
14Mary Jane Angelo, Associate Professor, College of Law, UFRecent developments in federal wetlands law
21Bill Pine, Assistant Professor, Forest Resources and Conservation, UFActive adaptive management of endangered humpback chubs in the Colorado River: lessons from Grand Canyon
28Matt Cohen, Assistant Professor, Forest Resources and Conservation, UFA nitrogen budget for a spring fed river
4Jason Evans, Postdoctoral Reseacher, Wildlife Ecology & Conservation, UFThe next big bubble: Do biofuels mean boom or bust for biodiversity conservation in the U.S.?
11Ted Schurr, Assistant Professor, Botany, UFPermafrost carbon and climate feedbacks in a warmer world
18Claire Schelske, Professor Emeritus, Fisheries & Aquatic Sci., UFA new look at the abrupt change in primary producers in Lake Apopka
25Pamela Bowen, Environmental Scientist, St. John’s River Water Management DistrictUsing Florida’s waterbirds to monitor wetland restoration success
4Russel Frydenborg, Environmental Assessment, FL Department of Environmental ProtectionBiological assessment methods for Florida streams, lakes, and wetlands
18Michelle Reiber, Technical Program Manager, St. John’s River Water Management DistrictA overview of mitigation banking in the state of Florida
25Joe Hand, Watershed Assessment Section, FL Department of Environmental ProtectionWater quality health issues in Wakulla and Ichetucknee Springs
1Brian Reichert, MS student, Wildlife Ecology & Conservation, UFWetland ecology and conservation of the endangered Florida Snail Kite
8Sonny Hall, Technical Program Manager St. John’s River Water Management DistrictMinimum flows and levels: Balancing hydrologic requirements of natural resources and human uses
15Elizabeth Deimeke, MS student, Forest Resources and Conservation, UFEcosystem assessment: evaluating condition, function or both?