College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Environmental Science & Technology

2018 Seminar Series

Wednesdays 12:00 pm, Room 0408, Animal Sciences/Ag. Eng. Building

FALL 2018 SCHEDULE COMING SOON!
 
FEBRUARY

14

Meredith BohannonENST 
Passerines to raptors, biomarkers to populations: Concerns in avian toxicology

21

NO SEMINAR

23

SPECIAL BONUS SEMINAR: David C. Weindorf, Endowed Chair of Pedology, Dept. of Plant and Soil Sci., Texas Tech University **PLEASE NOTE: This Seminar is at 11am
New Directions in Contemporary Pedology

28

Rich Wittecar, Old Dominion University
Water movement in wetlands: Up, Down, or Sideways?
MARCH
7
Richard Dick, Ohio State University
Plant-Microbe Synergies in the Sandy Soils of Senegal
14
Eni BaballariExit Seminar
Use of Bloom biosolids with tomatoes, cucumbers, and soybeans
21
NO SEMINAR, SPRING BREAK
28
Rachel Harrison, Exit Seminar
Health indicators of Elliptio complanata exposed in situ in Anacostia River tributaries
APRIL
4
Natalie YeeExit Seminar
Understanding Conservationists' Perspectives Concerning the Ethical Dilemmas Associated with Declines in African Vulture Populations
11
Shannon EdmondsExit Seminar
Investigating the Effects of Coal Ash Storage Facilities on Aquatic Biota
18
Marc Greenberg, USEPA, Environmental Response Team
Environmental Response, Risk Assessment, and Remediation – Real Life in the U.S. EPA Superfund Program
25
Tuana Phillips, Exit Seminar
Assessing the stormwater retention benefits of urban tree canopy
MAY
2
Xin Zhang, UMCES, Appalachian Laboratory
Sustainable Nutrient Management in Agricultural Production: Integrating Social and Ecological Perspectives
9
Krystal Yhap, Exit Seminar
An Integrated Systems Framework for Evaluating Urban Water Sector Development Options under Multiple Future Scenarios: The Case Study of San Francisco California.
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