College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Environmental Science & Technology

2017 Seminar Series

Wednesdays 4:00 pm, Room 0408, Animal Sciences/Ag. Eng. Building

FEBRUARY
 
8
Cuiyin WuENST M.S. Candidate - Exit Seminar
Maryland Residential Firewood/Wood Pellet Utilization Analysis: A survey to determine local interest and assess current and future market potential. 
22
Nicholas CloydENST M.S. Candidate - Exit Seminar
The evolution of the Living Umbrella.
 
MARCH
 
15
Kanoko Maeda, ENST M.S. Candidate - Exit Seminar
Linking Stormwater BMP Implementation and Mosquito Infestation to Resident Socioeconomic Status, Knowledge, and Attitudes in two suburban watersheds.
 
22
SPRING BREAK
 
29
Emma GieseENST M.S. Candidate - Exit Seminar
Stormwater BMP climate resilience in the Anacostia Watershed
 
APRIL
 
5
Rachel EberiusEntrance Seminar
Long Term Monitoring of Organochlorine Compounds in Voyageur's National Park, Minnesota, USA
12
Megan SaundersExit Seminar
Spatio-temporal mechanisms of urban mosquito coexistence in Baltimore, MD.
19
Matt StockerM.S. Candidate - Exit Seminar
Release, survival, and removal of bovine manure-borne fecal indicator bacteria under simulated rainfall.
26
TBA
 

MAY

3
Natalia SalazarM.S. Candidate - Exit Seminar
Climate Change Impacts and Adaptations in Eastern U.S. Crop Production
12
Reading Day- Poster Symposium
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