WATER, WETLANDS AND WATERSHEDS SEMINAR SERIES
Seminars are Wednesdays, 11:45am-12:35pm, Phelps Lab 101. Bring a brown bag lunch if you'd like.
The public is welcome and students may register for 1 credit: ENV 6935, SWS 4932, or SWS 6932, or online: contact email@example.com for SWS section #.
See seminar titles below for links to the seminar recordings once available.
Introduction to the seminar series...food for thought
Christine Angelini, Assistant Professor Environmental Engineering Sciences, UF
Trophic and non-trophic drivers of polychlorinated biphenyl biomagnification in southeastern US estuaries
Katherine Serafin, Assistant Professor Geography, UF
Lisa Chambers, Assistant Professor Biology, University of Central Florida, Orlando
Rafael Tinoco, Assistant Professor Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ecohydraulics and Ecomorphodynamics: Identifying flow-sediment-biota interactions through laboratory experiments with living organisms
Jeremiah Henning, Assistant Professor Biology, University of South Alabama
Symbioses in a changing world: Linking observational and experimental approaches to explore plant microbiome response to global change
Lindsey Reisinger, Research Assistant Professor Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, UF
Crayfish invasions: Biogeographic variation in behavior and parasitism
Simeon Yurek, Ecologist Wetland and Aquatic Research Center USGS, Gainesville, FL
Predictive modeling of wetland and reef systems under global change uncertainty
Antarpreet Jutla, Associate Professor Environmental Engineering Sciences, UF
Elliott White, PhD Candidate Environmental Engineering Sciences
Detecting saltwater intrusion in coastal floodplain swamps using remote sensing
Matt Whiles, Professor and Chair Soil and Water Sciences, UF
Assessing the ecological consequences of declining freshwater biodiversity: impacts of catastrophic amphibian declines on Central American streams
Lauren Freeman, NRC Postdoctoral Fellow Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C.
Coral reef soundscapes: Bio-acoustic insights to ecosystem state & fish behavior
Adam Rosenblatt, Assistant Professor Biology, University of North Florida
Can alligators thrive in the Anthropocene?