Cross-disciplinary Seminar in Hydrological and Biogeochemical

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EFB.797.Section 7.SPRING 14.Hydrology & Biogeochemistry
ERE.797.Section 4.SPRING 14.Hydrology & Biogeochemistry
ERE.489.Section 6.SPRING 14.Hydrology & Biogeochemistry
FCH.797.Section 2.SPRING 14.Hydrology & Biogeochemistry
Grading: Pass/Fail
Pass Based upon 70% attendance
We expect attendees to be active participants in the
Seminar.
Draft Presenters and Topics
Date
Presenter
Topic
January 14
Myron Mitchell
SUNY-ESF
Introduction to Seminar
January 21
Seminar
Participants
Brief Introduction by
Participants.
January 28
Neil Ringler
SUNY-ESF
Ecology of a Perturbed
Ecosystem: Onondaga Lake,
NY
February 4
Ted Endreny
SUNY-ESF
Engineers without Borders
Draft Presenters and Topics
Continued
Date
Presenter
Topic
February 11
Gordon
Paterson
SUNY-ESF
Aquatic Toxicology
February 18
Susan J. Riha
Cornell U.
New York State Water Resources Institute
February 25
Philippe Vidon
SUNY-ESF
Multi-contaminant dynamics in riparian zones of the
US Midwest: driving variables, pollution trade-offs, and
implications for water and air quality management
March 4
Christopher
Whipps
SUNY-ESF
Fish Diseases and Ecology
March 11
No Seminar
Spring Break
Draft Presenters and Topics
Continued
Date
Presenter
Topic
March 18 John C. Dunkle
Dunn & Sgromo
Engineers
Matthew J. Marko
CH2M HILL
Onondaga County Save the
Rain Program
March 25 David Kieber
SUNY-ESF
Ocean Atmosphere Coupling
and the Marine Carbon Cycle
April 1
Christopher Scholz
Syracuse U.
Recovering Records of Past
Climate from Lake Basins
April 8
Sharon D. Moran
SUNY-ESF
New Currents in Water
Governance: Ethical
Frameworks in Action
Draft Presenters and Topics
Continued
Date
Presenter
Topic
April 15
Lars Rudstam
Cornell U.
Climate Change and Invasive Species
in Oneida Lake
April 22
Myron Mitchell
SUNY-ESF
Direct and Indirect Impacts of Climate
Change on the Nutrient Cycling of
Forested Watersheds in the
Northeastern U.S. and Southeastern
Canada
April 29
Charles Driscoll
Syracuse U.
Mercury inputs, dynamics and effects
in the Great Lakes region
What to do for next seminar on
Jan. 21!
 Send a PowerPoint Slide to Myron Mitchell (email: [email protected]) on
or before Friday, January 17th with only the following information:
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Your name
Your affiliation (i.e., Department)
Email Address
Area of Interest
Picture (optional)
The email should have as a subject heading: HydroBioGeo”LastName”).
The PowerPoint Presentation should be titled: “Last Name, First Name”.
See next slide for an example:
Be prepared to give a two minute introduction about yourself on Jan.
21.
Myron J. Mitchell
 Environmental and Forest Biology
 Email: [email protected]
 Area of Interest: Effects of Atmospheric Pollutants
and Climate Change on the Biogeochemistry of
Forested Watersheds
Other Information
 Information about the Seminar will be posted on
Myron Mitchell’s Home page:
http://www.esf.edu/efb/mitchell/
 By clicking on the following link: Cross-disciplinary
Seminar in Hydrological and Biogeochemical
Processes

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