Water, Wetlands & Watersheds Seminar

Spring 2010 Schedule

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

6Mark Brown, Professor EES Mark Clark, Asst. professor, SWSIntroduction… food for thought
13Erich Marzolf, Environmental Specialist VI, St. John’s River Water Management DistrictThe use of rough fish removal as a lake restoration tool in Florida
20Gregory Kiker, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Ag. and Biological Engineering, UFUse of multi-Scale models, data and scenario projections to reduce risk of climate change effects and human disturbances on the distribution of endangered shorebirds on Florida military installations
27Treavor Boyer, Assistant Professor, Environmental Engineering Sciences, UFFloating island treatment system (FITS): Phosphorus removal from organic-rich surface water
3Jennifer Mitchell, Postdoctoral associate, Soil and Water Science, UFThe influence of exotic Chinese Privet on nutrient cycling in riparian forests
10L. Rex Ellis, Assistant Research Professor, Soil and Water Science, UFSubaqueous soils: extending the USDA/NRCS soil survey into aquatic habitats
17Pierce Jones, Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, UFDevelopment, landscaping and water in Florida
24Sylvia Lang-Josan, Ph.D. student, Soil and Water Science, UFUsing green roofs to manage stormwater quantity and quality: how effective are they?
3Richard Hamann, Associate in Law, Center for Governmental Responsibility, UFComprehensive regional water management: the Florida experience (no slideshow at this seminar, so only audio)
17Katrina Schwartz, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Political Science, UFQuestioning the consensus paradigm in ecosystem-based management: the case of Picayune Strand
24Ed Dunne, Ph.D., Supervising Environmental Scientist, St. John’s River Water Mgmt DistrictA multipronged approach to managing a subtropical lake, its wetlands and watershed
31Alexander Cheesman, Ph.D. student, Soil and Water Sciences, UFSources and nature of biogenic phosphorus in select freshwater wetlands
7Jennifer Tallerico, Environmental Scientist III, BCI Engineers & Scientists, Inc., SJRWMD contractorEffects of salinity pulses on submerged aquatic vegetation in the Lower St Johns River
8David Clayton, Environmental Scientist, NW Florida Water Management DistrictWetland restoration and the Northwest Florida Umbrella Regional Mitigation Plan