2009 Kentucky Water Resources Annual Symposium

Event Title

Poster Session

Document Type

Presentation

Start Date

3-2-2009 4:00 PM

Description

  • Kentucky Agriculture Water Quality Act Web Tool, Amanda Gumbert, UK Cooperative Extension Service
  • Cane Run Watershed Council – An Adventure in Watershed Involvement, Amanda Gumbert, UK Cooperative Extension Service
  • Preliminary Comparison of Nutrient and Total Suspended Sediment Data on Water Samples Collected using Teledyne Portable Autosampler and EPA Field Methods for Wadeable Streams, Susan Brown, April Haight and others, Institute for Regional Analysis and Public Policy, Morehead State University
  • Groundwater Protection Plans, Patricia Keefe, Kentucky Division of Water
  • Use of Geophysical Techniques to Locate a Karst Conduit in the Cane Run – Royal Spring Basin, Kentucky, Ganesh Tripathi and others, Dept Earth and Environmental Sciences, UK
  • Nutrient and Fecal Microbe Sources for a Eutrophic Lake and Recommended Remediation Steps, Wilgreen Lake, Madison County, Kentucky, Walter Borowski and others, Dept Geography and Geology, EKU
  • Linking Chemical Tolerance to Reproductive Fitness: Initial Results of In Vitro Experiments Examining Pollutant Effects in Teleost Primary Hepatocytes, Ben Brammell, Dept of Biology, UK and Adria Elskus, USGS Maine Field Station, Univ of Maine
  • Groundwater Data on the Web: Search Engines for the Kentucky Groundwater Data Repository, Bart Davidson, Kentucky Geological Survey, UK
  • Integrating Water Quality Sampling Data Management Within an Online Content Management System, Paige Davenport, Center for Water Resource Studies, WKU
  • Assessing Carbon Pools in Riparian Soils and Sediments of Two Contrasting Creek Ecosystems, Robert Tokosh and Iin Handayani, School of Agriculture, Murray State University
  • The Effect of Clay Mineralogy on Infiltration of Grass Lawns, Georgia Knuehl and Samuel Boateng, Physics and Geology Dept, Northern Kentucky University
  • The Use of the Acoustic Doppler Velocimeter (ADV) and New Velocity Sensors for Studying Turbulent Processes in the Field and Laboratory, Sruti Pulugurtha and Jimmy Fox, Dept Civil Engineering, UK, and Cindy Harnett, Dept Electrical Engineering, University of Louisville
  • Review of Carbon and Nitrogen Elemental and Isotopic Measurements for Assessing the Source, Fate and Transport of Sediment at the Watershed Scale, Darren Martin and Jimmy Fox, Dept Civil Engineering, UK
  • Science in the Classroom: Maps To Teachers, Dan Carey, Kentucky Geological Survey, UK
  • Extending a Decision Support Software Object Model for Use in Kentucky Hydrologic Modeling, Randy Ulery, Kentucky Water Science Center, USGS
  • Application of GIS-Based Hydrologic Data Models to Karst Terrains, Charles Taylor, Kentucky Water Science Center, USGS
  • Kentucky Stream Reconnaissance for Emerging Contaminants, Peter Cinotto, Angela Crain, and Charles Taylor, Kentucky Water Science Center, USGS
  • Preliminary Comparison of Discharge Data Obtained by Teledyne Portable Autosampler and USGS/EPA Field Methods for Wadeable Streams, Samuel Williams and others, Morehead State University

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Mar 2nd, 4:00 PM

Poster Session

  • Kentucky Agriculture Water Quality Act Web Tool, Amanda Gumbert, UK Cooperative Extension Service
  • Cane Run Watershed Council – An Adventure in Watershed Involvement, Amanda Gumbert, UK Cooperative Extension Service
  • Preliminary Comparison of Nutrient and Total Suspended Sediment Data on Water Samples Collected using Teledyne Portable Autosampler and EPA Field Methods for Wadeable Streams, Susan Brown, April Haight and others, Institute for Regional Analysis and Public Policy, Morehead State University
  • Groundwater Protection Plans, Patricia Keefe, Kentucky Division of Water
  • Use of Geophysical Techniques to Locate a Karst Conduit in the Cane Run – Royal Spring Basin, Kentucky, Ganesh Tripathi and others, Dept Earth and Environmental Sciences, UK
  • Nutrient and Fecal Microbe Sources for a Eutrophic Lake and Recommended Remediation Steps, Wilgreen Lake, Madison County, Kentucky, Walter Borowski and others, Dept Geography and Geology, EKU
  • Linking Chemical Tolerance to Reproductive Fitness: Initial Results of In Vitro Experiments Examining Pollutant Effects in Teleost Primary Hepatocytes, Ben Brammell, Dept of Biology, UK and Adria Elskus, USGS Maine Field Station, Univ of Maine
  • Groundwater Data on the Web: Search Engines for the Kentucky Groundwater Data Repository, Bart Davidson, Kentucky Geological Survey, UK
  • Integrating Water Quality Sampling Data Management Within an Online Content Management System, Paige Davenport, Center for Water Resource Studies, WKU
  • Assessing Carbon Pools in Riparian Soils and Sediments of Two Contrasting Creek Ecosystems, Robert Tokosh and Iin Handayani, School of Agriculture, Murray State University
  • The Effect of Clay Mineralogy on Infiltration of Grass Lawns, Georgia Knuehl and Samuel Boateng, Physics and Geology Dept, Northern Kentucky University
  • The Use of the Acoustic Doppler Velocimeter (ADV) and New Velocity Sensors for Studying Turbulent Processes in the Field and Laboratory, Sruti Pulugurtha and Jimmy Fox, Dept Civil Engineering, UK, and Cindy Harnett, Dept Electrical Engineering, University of Louisville
  • Review of Carbon and Nitrogen Elemental and Isotopic Measurements for Assessing the Source, Fate and Transport of Sediment at the Watershed Scale, Darren Martin and Jimmy Fox, Dept Civil Engineering, UK
  • Science in the Classroom: Maps To Teachers, Dan Carey, Kentucky Geological Survey, UK
  • Extending a Decision Support Software Object Model for Use in Kentucky Hydrologic Modeling, Randy Ulery, Kentucky Water Science Center, USGS
  • Application of GIS-Based Hydrologic Data Models to Karst Terrains, Charles Taylor, Kentucky Water Science Center, USGS
  • Kentucky Stream Reconnaissance for Emerging Contaminants, Peter Cinotto, Angela Crain, and Charles Taylor, Kentucky Water Science Center, USGS
  • Preliminary Comparison of Discharge Data Obtained by Teledyne Portable Autosampler and USGS/EPA Field Methods for Wadeable Streams, Samuel Williams and others, Morehead State University