University of Minnesota - St. Paul Campus
375 Borlaug Hall (unless otherwise noted)
They are also webcast live.
Fridays, 3:00-3:50 pm.
Spring Semester 2013
WRS Spring 2013 Seminar Series
Professor, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, Public Health, and Co-Director Water Resources Center, University of Minnesota
“EPA’s Science Advisory Board – Rubber Stamp, Ignored, or Constructive? Notes from my four years as Chair”
Associate Scientist, St. Croix Watershed Research Station
“Water quality, trophic cascades and stable states of a bio-manipulated lake over the last 200 years”
Professor, Soil and Terrestrial Environmental Physics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology-Zurich
“How do porous terrestrial surfaces control evaporation into the atmosphere?”
Professor, Department of Biology, University of St. Thomas
“Balancing the budget: first crack at a carbon budget for Minnesota shallow lakes”
Professor, Department of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota
“Conservation Practice Adoption: Rational Choice or Moral Obligation?”
Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota
“Municipal wastewater treatment and antibiotic resistance: The problem AND the solution”
Professor, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, University of Minnesota
“The milfoil weevil: a candidate for biological control of Eurasian watermilfoil in South Africa and factors influencing success in the United States”
Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Minnesota
“Robotic Sensor Networks for Environmental Monitoring”
Masters Student, Water Resource Sciences, University of Minnesota
“The Priming Effect as a Framework for Integrating Aquatic and Terrestrial Carbon Cycles”
Adjunct Professor Department of Forrest Resources, University of Minnesota
"Forests, Water and Food Insecurity in Mizoram India"
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
"Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in Minnesota's Surface Water"
Department of Biosystems and Bioproducts Engineering, University of Minnesota
“Regional Assessment of Sediment Loads Entering Lake Superior’s North Shore”