2019 Kentucky Water Resources Annual Symposium

Event Title

Poster Session 2

Document Type

Presentation

Start Date

3-25-2019 3:10 PM

Description

  • 2.1 Climate Change Impacts on Sediment Transport in a Lowland Watershed System: Controlling Processes and Projection
  • 2.2 Assessment of MRSA Presence in Suburban WWTPs Effluent and Receiving Streams in Lexington, Kentucky
  • 2.3 Heavy Metal Capture and Detection Using Colored Synthetic Dithiol
  • 2.4 Quantifying Nutrient Fate and Transport in Karst Agroecosystems of Central Kentucky: Application of High-Resolution Sensors, Numerical Modeling, and Isotope Tracers
  • 2.5 Magnetic Nanocomposite Materials for the Detection and Removal of Halogenated Organic Pollutants in Contaminated Water Sources
  • 2.6 Measuring and Modeling Morphologic Processes in Karst to Sustain Water Resources in the Future
  • 2.7 Impedance Spectroscopy Based Evaluation of Phytoplankton Health
  • 2.8 Assessing the Performance of Brookville Flood Control Reservoir
  • 2.9 Monitoring and Modelling of Phosphorus Flux Dynamics in Tile-Drained Landscapes: Quantifying the Role of Sediment-bound Phosphorus Fluxes
  • 2.10 Quantifying the Role of Particulate Nitrogen in Disturbed Forested Watershed Nitrogen Budgets: Influences of a Lowland Confluence Wetland
  • 2.11 Insight to the Mineralization of Fine Sediment Organic Matter in Streams Using Stable Isotopes Experiments
  • 2.12 The Potential Influence of Barge and Boat Traffic on Phytoplankton in the Greenup Pool of the Ohio River
  • 2.13 Human Exposure Risk Assessment Model: Combining Subsurface and Aboveground Fate and Transport Processes
  • 2.14 The Impact of Ryegrass Root Exudates on Element Release in a Fragipan Soil
  • 2.15 Vegetated Filter Strip Management Planning of Deep River Portage-Burns Waterway Watershed Using SWAT

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Mar 25th, 3:10 PM

Poster Session 2

  • 2.1 Climate Change Impacts on Sediment Transport in a Lowland Watershed System: Controlling Processes and Projection
  • 2.2 Assessment of MRSA Presence in Suburban WWTPs Effluent and Receiving Streams in Lexington, Kentucky
  • 2.3 Heavy Metal Capture and Detection Using Colored Synthetic Dithiol
  • 2.4 Quantifying Nutrient Fate and Transport in Karst Agroecosystems of Central Kentucky: Application of High-Resolution Sensors, Numerical Modeling, and Isotope Tracers
  • 2.5 Magnetic Nanocomposite Materials for the Detection and Removal of Halogenated Organic Pollutants in Contaminated Water Sources
  • 2.6 Measuring and Modeling Morphologic Processes in Karst to Sustain Water Resources in the Future
  • 2.7 Impedance Spectroscopy Based Evaluation of Phytoplankton Health
  • 2.8 Assessing the Performance of Brookville Flood Control Reservoir
  • 2.9 Monitoring and Modelling of Phosphorus Flux Dynamics in Tile-Drained Landscapes: Quantifying the Role of Sediment-bound Phosphorus Fluxes
  • 2.10 Quantifying the Role of Particulate Nitrogen in Disturbed Forested Watershed Nitrogen Budgets: Influences of a Lowland Confluence Wetland
  • 2.11 Insight to the Mineralization of Fine Sediment Organic Matter in Streams Using Stable Isotopes Experiments
  • 2.12 The Potential Influence of Barge and Boat Traffic on Phytoplankton in the Greenup Pool of the Ohio River
  • 2.13 Human Exposure Risk Assessment Model: Combining Subsurface and Aboveground Fate and Transport Processes
  • 2.14 The Impact of Ryegrass Root Exudates on Element Release in a Fragipan Soil
  • 2.15 Vegetated Filter Strip Management Planning of Deep River Portage-Burns Waterway Watershed Using SWAT