The Soil and Water Sciences Department will hold a weekly seminar series on Friday's at 3 pm for Fall of 2019. As part of this series, MS and PhD students give seminars on their research. The department also invites speakers from among current faculty, other UF departments, and other institutions, including hosting several Distinguished Speaker seminars each year.
Departmental seminars are open to the public and are streamed live and recorded for later viewing.
Fall 2019 Seminars
Time and Location: 3 pm, McCarty Hall A, G186 unless otherwise noted.
September 13 - Dr. Daniella Rempe (Distinguished Speaker Seminar, Co-Sponsor UF Water Institue)
Investigating the Hydrology and Biogeochemistry of Fractured Bedrock Underlying Forest
October 4 - No Seminar - (UF Homecoming)
October 11 - Dr. Allan Bacon (UF Invited Speaker Seminar)
The Hydropedology of Deep Podzolized Carbon in the Southeastern United States Coastal Plan
October 18 - Cayla Sullivan (M.S. Thesis Research Seminar)
Understanding the Landscape Level Impacts of Increased Temperature – The Influence of Mangrove Encroachment on Seagrass Meadows
October 25 - Theresa Gruninger (M.S. Thesis Research Seminar)
The Influence of Structure on Ecosystem Processes among Seagrass Meadows
November 1 - Tiantian Li (Ph.D. Research Seminar)
Fabrication and Characterization of Bio-Based Adsorbents from Biomass-Derived Wastes
November 8 - Carlos Quintero (Ph.D. Research Seminar)
Emergent Landscape Structure in Big Cypress National Preserve
November 22 - Yanyan Lu (Ph.D. Research Seminar)
Agronomic and Environmental Impacts of Land Application of Biosolids on Bahiagrass Pastures in Florida
November 29 - No Seminar - (Thanksgiving)
Archived Seminar Recordings
Water, Wetlands, and Watersheds Seminar Series
Offered during the fall and spring semesters, Wednesdays 11:45am-12:35pm, at the Howard T. Odum Center for Wetlands, Conference Room, Phelps Lab 101. Seminars are open to the public.
Invited Speaker Seminars
The SWSD invites individual UF faculty members, alumni, and non UF speakers the opportunity to present a seminar several times each semester. These include inaugural seminars to recognize SWSD faculty contributions to the department and celebrate their promotion in their professional career, focusing on key accomplishments, vision and future direction, and innovative ideas to move the department to the next level of excellence. All SWSD students and faculty, and the general public, are encouraged to attend these presentations. See archived recordings.
Student Seminars are open to the public. All SWSD students and faculty are expected to attend weekly seminars. See archived recordings.
Thesis/Dissertation Defenses, Qualifying Exams, and Oral Final Exams are open to interested faculty, staff, and students, and are announced at least 10 days in advance.