Water, Wetlands & Watersheds Seminar

Spring 2016 Schedule

Wednesdays, 11:45 – 12:35 PM, Phelps Lab 101
Brown bag (bring lunch if you’d like), the public is welcome & students may register for 1 credit:
ENV 6935, SWS 4932, SWS 6931, or online: contact mjsisk@ufl.edu for section #

6Mark Brown, Professor, Environmental Engineering Sciences, UF
Mark Clark, Associate Professor, Soil and Water Science
Introduction to the seminar series…food for thought
13Charles Nealis, recent Ph.D. graduate, Soil and Water Science Department, UFManaging expectations: Creating a community-based storm water pond management program
20Grant Weinkam, recent Ph.D. graduate, Environmental Engineering Sciences, UFPhosphorus fate in long-term effluent irrigated landscapes
27Thomas E. Arnold, Ph.D. candidate, Geological Sciences, UFReconstructing Pleistocene climate with hydrogen and carbon isotopes of leaf waxes
3Mark Brown, Professor, Environmental Engineering Sciences, UFEstimated impacts from the Deepwater Horizon Oil Release on High Marsh Systems in Mississippi: A systems modelling approach
10Carolina Joana da Silva Nogueira Professor, Mato Grosso State UniversityChallenges for biodiverty conservation in Pantanal and Amazon (Guapore) wetlands
16-17Water Institute Symposium5th University of Florida Water Institute Symposium
24Joelle Laing, Ph.D. candidate, School of Natural Resources and Environment, UFRestoration strategies for submerged aquatic vegetation in sites high in sediment organic matter
9Courtney Reijo, Ph.D. candidate, School of Forest Resources and Conservation, UFEffects of snail (Elimia floridensis) grazing on stream ecosystem metabolism and nitrogen cycling at nutrient levels below ambient
16Wesley Henson, Ph.D. candidate, Agricultural & Biological Engineering, UFNitrate transformation and delivery in complex karst terrain
23San Arden, Ph.D. candidate, Environmental Engineering Sciences, UFEmergy accounting for the urban water system
30Christine Angelini, Assistant Professor, Environmental Engineering Sciences, UFRestoring the Eastern oyster in Florida: using the past to inform the future
6Miles Medina, Doctoral Research Assistant, Agricultural & Biological Engineering, UFAssessing the values of water and its allocation under climate change scenarios using a biophysical approach
13Kelsie Timpe, MS student, Environmental Engineering Sciences, UFQuantifying the hydrological impacts of damming the Amazon