SNRE co-sponsors 7th UF Water Institute Symposium

The School of Natural Resources and Environment (SNRE) is a co-sponsor of the 7th UF Water Institute Symposium. The event is set for February 25-26, 2020, at the J. Wayne Reitz Union on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville. Numerous SNRE students, alumni, and faculty are taking part.

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SNRE Interdisciplinary Ecology (IE) students who are presenting posters during the symposium are:

  • Forest Lefler
  • Jamila Roth
  • W. Samantha Yuan
  • Megan Donovan
  • Megan Opincarne
Symposium Sessions

The following members of SNRE are presenting during the symposium sessions:

  • May Lehmensiek, IE student, is presenting The Dams and the Fishers – Occupational Change in Resource Dependent Communities
  • Jovana Radovanovic, SNRE Environmental Science alum and current IE student, is presenting Evaluation of Water Use, Quantity, and Quality Effects of Amending Compacted Residential Soils with Compost
  • SNRE lecturer and alumnus, Dr. Simone Athayde is presenting Bridging the Science-Knowledge-Policy Gap to Address Cumulative Impacts of Small Hydropower Plants in The Brazilian Amazon
  • SNRE alumnus, Dr. Wendy-Lin Bartels is presenting Managing Stakeholder Engagement Through Iterative Process Design and Facilitation: A Unique Role for Social Learning Research
  • Julie Walker, IE student, is presenting Effects of Changing Vegetation Composition on Community Structure, Ecosystem Functioning, and Predator-Prey Interactions at the Saltmarsh-Mangrove Ecotone
  • SNRE alumnus, Dr. Katie Glodzik is presenting Mapping Floating Wetland Coverage in Everglades Stormwater Treatment Areas Using Drone Imagery
  • Trista Brophy, IE student, is presenting Geospatial Analysis of Stormwater Ponds and Water Quality Across the State Of Florida
  • Gretchen Stokes, IE student, is presenting Applications of Hyperspectral Drone Imagery for Rapid Aquatic Habitat Assessments
  • Stefano Barchiesis, IE student, is presenting Water Level Variability Control of Invasive Plant Cover and Water Bird Populations in Palo Verde, Costa Rica: Implications for Wetland Restoration
  • Amanda Rodriguez, SNRE Environmental Science alum, is presenting Techniques for Assessing Phosphorus Loss from Soils of Varying Textures for Protection Of Water Quality

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Posted: December 4, 2019

Category: 4-H & Youth, Events, Natural Resources
Tags: School Of Natural Resources And Environment, Simone Athayde, UF Water Institute Symposium

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