On May 11th, 2015, fifty UW-Madison faculty spanning biological, physical, social sciences, and arts and humanities gave lightening talks about their their scholarly work at Gordon Commons on the UW-Madison campus. We encourage you to check out the agenda for the symposium and read the presentations below to get a sense of the breadth of water research happening at UW-Madison.

FULL AGENDA

Alatout, Samer
WATER SCIENCE, POLITICS, AND HISTORY IN PALESTINE 1850-2014

Anderson, Marc
CLEANING WATER AND STORING ENERGY: CAPACITIVE DEIONIZATION

Bahr, Jean
PREFERENTIAL FLOW IN THE CAMBRIAN-ORDOVICIAN SANDSTONE AQUIFER OF THE UPPER MIDWEST


Bart, David
HYDROLOGIC LEGACIES OF LONG-ABANDONED AGRICULTURE LEAD TO PERSISTENT INVADED STATES IN CALCAREOUS FENS

Block, Paul
TAILORING CLIMATE INFORMATION FOR WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

Bohanan, Robert
CITIZEN SCIENCE, URBAN LIMNOLOGY & DRAGONFLIES: A NEW PARADIGM FOR PARTICIPATORY SCIENCE

Booth, Eric
FROM WETLAND HYDROECOLOGY TO WATERSHED SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCE

Cardiff, Michael
GROUNDWATER PROTECTION IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Carpenter, Steve
WATER@WISC: ORIGINS, STATUS AND NEXT STEPS

Clark, Gene
UW-SEA GRANT'S COASTAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH & EXTENSION

Desai, Ankur
DO INLAND WATERS PLAY A ROLE IN THE GLOBAL CLIMATE SYSTEM?

Ferris, Michael
USING EXTENDED MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING FOR WATER RIGHTS MODELING

Genskow, Ken
WHAT'S SO EXCITING ABOUT FARMER-LED WATERSHED COUNCILS?

Ginger-Vogel, Matthew
WHAT'S WATER GOT TO DO WITH IT?

Goldberg, Tony
ECOLOGY, DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF VIRAL HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA VIRUS IN WISCONSIN

Good, Laura Ward
RUNOFF PHOSPHORUS LOAD REDUCTIONS IN AN AGRICULTURAL WATERSHED

Gotkowitz, Madeline
TRANSPORT OF WASTEWATER CONSTITUENTS FROM SEWERS TO GROUNDWATER

Gratton, Claudio
AQUATIC INSECTS LINK LAKES AND LAND

Hanson, Paul
WHY CARE ABOUT CARBON IN LAKES?

Hauxwell, Jennifer
UW AQUATIC SCIENCES CENTER-OVERVIEW AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOU

Hotchkiss, Sara
FLOATING PEAT: HOW CLIMATIC VARIABILITY CAN CAUSE SUDDEN STATE CHANGE IN KETTLE LAKES

Hurley, Jim
HIGH PRECISION MERCURY ISOTOPE RATIOS IN THE ENVIRONMENT

Jackson, Randy
CAN WE USE PRAIRIE TO IMPROVE MIDWESTERN AGRICULTURAL LANDSCAPES?

Klug, Heinz
HUMAN RIGHTS PROGRAM AND ITS WORK ON THE HUMAN RIGHT TO WATER

Krysan, Patrick
FISHING FOR DNA: CHARACTERIZING FISH COMMUNITIES BY COUNTING DNA MOLECULES IN A LAKE

Kucharik, Christopher
IMPACTS OF AGRICULTURAL LAND USE ON WATER QUALITY AND QUANTITY IN WISCONSIN

Lee, Carol Eunmi
RAPID EVOLUTION DURING BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS

Long, Sharon
MONITORING FOR WATERBORNE PATHOGENS: MOVING BEYOND COLIFORM TESTING

McKinley, Galen
CIRCULATION AND CARBON CYCLING IN THE OCEANS AND GREAT LAKES

McMahon, Trina
THE UNSEEN MAJORITY: HOW MICROBES RULE THE WAVES

Nesper, Larry
OJIBWE ETHNO-HYDROLOGY AND THE FAILURES OF THE CRANDON AND GOGEBIC TACONITE MINING PROPOSALS

Notaro, Michael
DYNAMICAL DOWNSCALING-BASED PROJECTIONS OF GREAT LAKES' WATER LEVELS

Panuska, John
MANAGING SOIL MOISTURE USING THE WI IRRIGATION SCHEDULING PROGRAM (WISP)

Peckarsky, Barbara
EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON STREAM ORGANISMS

Potter, Ken
CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN WISCONSIN

Remucal, Christy
THE FATE OF ORGANIC CONTAMINANTS IN NATURAL & ENGINEERED AQUATIC SYSTEMS

Rissman, Adena
BARRIERS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR USING SCIENCE IN WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT

Seilheimer, Titus
KEEPING THE GREAT LAKES GREAT - OUTREACH, EDUCATION, AND RESEARCH IN THE SUSTAINABLE USE OF WISCONSIN'S FISHERIES

Silbernagel, Janet
GEOTOOLS FOR CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT & SPATIAL LITERACY IN GREAT LAKES COASTAL COMMUNITIES

Stanley, Emily
A RAPID TOUR OF THE NORTH TEMPERATE LAKES LONG-TERM ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH PROGRAM

Thompson, Anita
EROSION AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT DYNAMICS IN AGRICULTURAL WATERSHEDS

Turner, Monica
LANDSCAPE PATTERNS AND HYDROLOGIC ECOSYSTEM SERVICES IN THE YAHARA

Vander Zanden, Jake
HOW ARE OUR LAKES CHANGING, AND WHY DOES IT MATTER?

Waller, Don
THE OTHER GREAT LAKES - INCREASING UW'S INVOLVEMENT VIA THE CENTRAL AFRICA INITIATIVE

Wu, Chin
WATER CYBERINFRASTRUCTURE

Zedler, Joy
TOTAL MAXIMUM DAILY LOAD (TMDL): THE MYTH AND DEGRADED LAKES


   

 


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