Water, Wetlands & Watersheds Seminar

Spring 2019 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 6932, or online: contact mjsisk@ufl.edu for section #

9Christine Angelini, Assistant Professor, EES
Mark Brown, Professor Emeritus, EES
Mark Clark, Associate Professor, SWS
David Kaplan, Assistant Professor, EES
Introduction to the seminar series…food for thought
16Mark Brenner, Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, UFThe dynamic paleoenvironment of the Yucatan Peninsula
23Bob Knight, Executive Director, Howard T. Odum Florida Springs Institute, High Springs, FLSprings Basin Management Action Plans – the Sound and Fury
30Joshua Papacek, Consultant, United Faculty of Florida, and recent Ph.D. graduate, Soil and Water Sciences, UFA new normal?: Nutrient trends and harmful blooms in the northern Indian River Lagoon
6Janie Wulff, Associate Professor, Department of Biological Science, FSUBottom-up, top-down, and sideways control of tropical marine sponges: consequences for community organization and ecosystem function (No recording)
13Mike Annable, Professor, Environmental Engineering Sciences, UFPer- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) releases and environmental impacts
20Katherine Todd-Brown, Postdoctoral Fellow, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, OntarioThe mathematics of mud: Scaling complexity in soil carbon models
27Peter Frederick, Professor, Department of Wildlife Ecology & Conservation, UFUsing oyster reefs for hydrological manipulation in the Big Bend of Florida
13Sean King, Senior Engineer, Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions, Inc., Gainesville, FLEcological restoration of Florida spring systems- challenges and opportunities
20Jake Hosen, Postdoctoral Associate, School of Forest Resource & Conservation, UFTime for carbon: Tracing organic matter from watersheds to rivers
27Mary Lusk, Assistant Professor, Soil and Water Science, UF/IFAS, Gulf Coast Research and Education CenterNutrients in urban stormwater runoff: Sources, transport mechanisms and mitigation options
3Todd Osbourne, Assistant Professor,Soil and Water Sciences Department, Whitney Lab for Marine Bioscience, UFThe legacy of phosphorus in Everglades National Park: Is restoration really working?
10Tatiana Borisova, Associate Professor and Extension Specialist, Food and Resource Economics Department, UFStatewide water demand and supply planning
17Laura Reynolds, Assistant Professor, Soil and Water Sciences Dept., UFUsing biodiversity theory to restore submerged aquatic vegetation in Lake Apopka