2016 Kentucky Water Resources Annual Symposium

Event Title

Poster Session

Document Type

Presentation

Start Date

3-28-2016 4:00 PM

Description

  1. Fecal Coliforms and E. coli Levels in Surface Waters from McConnell Springs, 2011-2015, David Price, Division of Water Quality, Lexington-Fayette County Government
  2. Buried Soils as an Important Control on C Storage along Human-Impacted Floodplains in Kentucky, USA, Ashley Casselberry and Gary Stinchcomb, Dept. of Geosciences & Watershed Studies Institute, Murray State University
  3. Buried Soils are an Important Chemical Interface Controlling Mineral Weathering and Solute Gradients along River Corridors, Gary Stinchcomb, Ashley Casselberry, and Abigail Smith, Dept. of Geosciences & Watershed Studies Institute, Murray State University
  4. Geospatial Evaluation of Sewer Gas to Indoor Air Pathways Relevant for Vapor Intrusion, Evan Willett and Kelly Pennell, Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Kentucky
  5. Investigation of the Upper Mississippi Embayment Aquifer System Hydrostratigraphy using Integrated Geophysical Methods: Jackson Purchase, Kentucky, Marie Cooper and others, Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Kentucky
  6. Evaluating Pedestrian Compaction Variation Under Different Ground Use Systems in Calloway County, Kentucky, Gunner Decker and Iin Handayani, Huston School of Agriculture, Murray State University
  7. Land Cover Pixel Shift in the Kentucky River Basin and Its Effects on Spatial Statistics, Demetrio Zourarakis, Commonwealth Office of Technology
  8. Effects of Various Land Uses in Stewart County, TN on Selected Soil Properties, Tanner McIntyre and Iin Handayani, Hutson School of Agriculture, Murray State University
  9. Differences in Soil Characteristics among Natural and Agricultural Ecosystems in Western Kentucky, Cody Masterson and Iin Handayani, Hutson School of Agriculture, Murray State University
  10. Incorporating Human Impacts and Natural Processes to Assess Sinkhole Risk, William Pierskalla Jr. and Junfeng Zhu, Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences and Kentucky Geological Survey, University of Kentucky
  11. Virtual 3D Model for Contaminant Flow with Groundwater Due to Underground Pipe Burst for Education and Outreach, C.V. Chandramouli and others, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, Calumet, Hammond, Indiana
  12. Nutrient TMDL for Deep River Watershed using KY Nutrient Tool, C.V. Chandramouli and others, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, Calumet, Hammond, Indiana
  13. Designing Polyphenolic Nanocomposite Materials for the Capture and Sensing of Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Contaminated Water Sources, Angela Gutierrez and others, Dept, of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Kentucky
  14. Emerging Trends in Kentucky Lake Water Quality: 25 Years and Over 500 Cruises, Susan Hendricks, Hancock Biological Station, Murray State University
  15. Does Light Penetration Affect the Pelagic Fish Community in Kentucky Lake, Timothy Spier and others, Dept of Biological Sciences, Murray State University
  16. Long-Term Effects of Forestry Best Management Practices on Hydrology and Water Chemistry in Three Appalachian Headwater Catchments, Kameryn Wright and others, Dept. of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, University of Kentucky
  17. Progress Toward Improved Statewide Groundwater- Level Monitoring, Chuck Taylor and others, Kentucky Geological Survey
  18. Detection of Percopsis omiscomaycus (trout-perch) using eDNA in Eastern Kentucky Streams, Ben Brammell and others, Dept. of Natural Sciences, Asbury University, Wilmore, KY
  19. Seasonal Fluctuations in Salamander eDNA in Central Kentucky Streams, Ronald Sams and others, Dept. of Natural Sciences, Asbury University, Wilmore, Kentucky
  20. Engaging Students in Community Climate Resilience and Education, April Haight, Center for Environmental Education, Morehead State University

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Mar 28th, 4:00 PM

Poster Session

  1. Fecal Coliforms and E. coli Levels in Surface Waters from McConnell Springs, 2011-2015, David Price, Division of Water Quality, Lexington-Fayette County Government
  2. Buried Soils as an Important Control on C Storage along Human-Impacted Floodplains in Kentucky, USA, Ashley Casselberry and Gary Stinchcomb, Dept. of Geosciences & Watershed Studies Institute, Murray State University
  3. Buried Soils are an Important Chemical Interface Controlling Mineral Weathering and Solute Gradients along River Corridors, Gary Stinchcomb, Ashley Casselberry, and Abigail Smith, Dept. of Geosciences & Watershed Studies Institute, Murray State University
  4. Geospatial Evaluation of Sewer Gas to Indoor Air Pathways Relevant for Vapor Intrusion, Evan Willett and Kelly Pennell, Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Kentucky
  5. Investigation of the Upper Mississippi Embayment Aquifer System Hydrostratigraphy using Integrated Geophysical Methods: Jackson Purchase, Kentucky, Marie Cooper and others, Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Kentucky
  6. Evaluating Pedestrian Compaction Variation Under Different Ground Use Systems in Calloway County, Kentucky, Gunner Decker and Iin Handayani, Huston School of Agriculture, Murray State University
  7. Land Cover Pixel Shift in the Kentucky River Basin and Its Effects on Spatial Statistics, Demetrio Zourarakis, Commonwealth Office of Technology
  8. Effects of Various Land Uses in Stewart County, TN on Selected Soil Properties, Tanner McIntyre and Iin Handayani, Hutson School of Agriculture, Murray State University
  9. Differences in Soil Characteristics among Natural and Agricultural Ecosystems in Western Kentucky, Cody Masterson and Iin Handayani, Hutson School of Agriculture, Murray State University
  10. Incorporating Human Impacts and Natural Processes to Assess Sinkhole Risk, William Pierskalla Jr. and Junfeng Zhu, Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences and Kentucky Geological Survey, University of Kentucky
  11. Virtual 3D Model for Contaminant Flow with Groundwater Due to Underground Pipe Burst for Education and Outreach, C.V. Chandramouli and others, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, Calumet, Hammond, Indiana
  12. Nutrient TMDL for Deep River Watershed using KY Nutrient Tool, C.V. Chandramouli and others, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, Calumet, Hammond, Indiana
  13. Designing Polyphenolic Nanocomposite Materials for the Capture and Sensing of Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Contaminated Water Sources, Angela Gutierrez and others, Dept, of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Kentucky
  14. Emerging Trends in Kentucky Lake Water Quality: 25 Years and Over 500 Cruises, Susan Hendricks, Hancock Biological Station, Murray State University
  15. Does Light Penetration Affect the Pelagic Fish Community in Kentucky Lake, Timothy Spier and others, Dept of Biological Sciences, Murray State University
  16. Long-Term Effects of Forestry Best Management Practices on Hydrology and Water Chemistry in Three Appalachian Headwater Catchments, Kameryn Wright and others, Dept. of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, University of Kentucky
  17. Progress Toward Improved Statewide Groundwater- Level Monitoring, Chuck Taylor and others, Kentucky Geological Survey
  18. Detection of Percopsis omiscomaycus (trout-perch) using eDNA in Eastern Kentucky Streams, Ben Brammell and others, Dept. of Natural Sciences, Asbury University, Wilmore, KY
  19. Seasonal Fluctuations in Salamander eDNA in Central Kentucky Streams, Ronald Sams and others, Dept. of Natural Sciences, Asbury University, Wilmore, Kentucky
  20. Engaging Students in Community Climate Resilience and Education, April Haight, Center for Environmental Education, Morehead State University