Seminar Series

Winter 2018

Date Program Speaker Title Details
Wednesday, January 10th
Nathaniel Chaney, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Princeton University
Harnessing Big Data to Rethink Heterogeneity in Global Hydrology Abstract/Bio
Thursday, January 11th

Robbie Damiani
Ph.D. Candidate, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

Mitigation of Cracking & Increased Durability in Bridge Decks Abstract/Bio
Friday, January 19th
Alex Chow, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Forestry & Environmental Conservation Department, Clemson Universtiy
Forest Fire Alters Dissolved Organic Matter Exports from Forested Watersheds: Impacts on Water Quality & Treatability Abstract/Bio
Monday, January 22nd
Laurie Huning, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Scholar, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of California, Irvine
Improving the Understanding of the Spatial & Temporal variability of Hydrometeorology & Snow Proecsses Using a Novel remote Sensing Reanalysis Approach Abstract/Bio
Wednesday, January 24th
Ted Bohn, Ph.D.
Assistant Research Scientist, Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University
Displacements of Land & Water Use Along the US-Mexico Border in the Years Following NAFTA Abstract/Bio
Friday, January 26th
Fernando Rosario-Ortiz, Ph.D.
Shay Associate Professor, Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering, University of Colorado, Boulder
Environmental Photochemistry of Organic Matter Abstract/Bio
Thursday, February 1st
Jesus Gomez-Velez, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Hydrology, Department of Earth & Environmental Science, New Mexico Tech
Unpacking the Matryoshka Doll: The Nested Nature of Hydrologic Systems Abstract/Bio
Friday, February 2nd
Adeyemi Adeleye, Ph.D.
National Research Council Researcher, Environmental Protection Agency
Biogeochemsitry of Engineered Nanomaterials in Natural Waters Abstract/Bio
Wednesday, February 7th
Julianne Quinn, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Researcher, Cornell University
Designing Robust Multireservoir Operations to Manage Food-Energy-Water Tradeoffs in Multipurpose River Basins Abstract/Bio
Friday, February 9th
Amy Townsend-Small, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Director of Environmental Studies Program, Department of Geology, University of Cincinnati
Isotopic Constraints on Methane Emissions from the Natural Gas Supply Chain: Will Fugitive Emissions Overwhelm the Climate Benefits of a Natural Gas Energy Future? Abstract/Bio
Friday, February 16th EnE Haizhou Liu, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Chemical & Environmental Engineering, University of California, Riverside
UV Photolysis of Chloramines for Potable Water Reuse: Trace Organic Removal & Toxicity Implications Abstract/Bio