LRES Seminar Series
Fall 2010 Schedule
1:10 - 2:00 p.m.
346 Leon Johnson Hall Annex
Dr. Yong Cai, Florida International University
"Interactions of arsenic with dissolved organic matter"
Dr. Paul Stoy, Assistant Professor, LRES
"The land-atmosphere fluxes of carbon, water, and energy: What we know and what we need to know"
Dr. Cliff Montagne, Professor, LRES
"Increasing the resiliency of a natural resource user group in Mongolia"
Alex Michaud, LRES Grad Student
"Microbial weathering beneath the Whillans Ice Stream"
Tyler Brummer, LRES Grad Student
"Understanding distributions of non-native plant species to aid in the development of management tools"
Dr. Bruce Maxwell, Professor, LRES
"Applying science to invasive plant management decisions"
Tyler Smith, LRES Grad Student
"Reducing hydrological uncertainties in watershed modeling through improved statistical inference"
Erwin Jeremiah, LRES Grad Student
"A comparison of the robustness of Monte Carlo samplers used in Bayesian calibration and uncertainty analysis of hydrological models"
Dr. Stephanie Ewing, Assistant Professor, LRES
"Soil process and landscape legacy: Examples from dry and cold places"
John Mallard, LRES Grad Student
"Stream network complexity controls on stream-ground water exchange"
Jake Beam, LRES Grad Student
"Distribution and ecology of thaumarchaea in geothermal environments"
Melissa Graves, LRES Grad Student
"Impact of cropping system diversity and animal grazing on weed communities"
Chris Welch, LRES Grad Student
"Snow hydrology" Effects of mountain pine beetle on snowpack characteristics"