Environmental Engineering Seminars

Environmental Engineering ENVE 5992 Seminars, Spring 2016

Unless otherwise noted, 3:05 pm - 3:55 pm, Mondays, Dillman Hall Room 214.

DatePresenter and AffiliationTitle Place


Dr. Veronica Webster, Associate Professor Michigan Tech Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering

Long Term Flood Risk Projections for a Changing Environment

214 Dillman


Bharathi Bhattu, Environmental Engineering Graduate Student

Oil Spills and a Classification Based on Vulnerability Index

214 Dillman


Kaye LaFond

Communicating Science and Data: Thoughts of a (Somewhat) Reformed Engineer

214 Dillman


Renn Lambert, LimnoTech

Hydrodynamic and Sediment Transport Models to support USEPA's response to the 2010 Kalamazoo River Oil Spill

214 Dillman


Venkata Krishna Sairam Nujalla

Power Plants Environmental Impact

214 Dillman


Dr. Nancy Auer, Biological Sciences

The future for sturgeon: Dams and Fish Passage

642 Dow


Mashad Saleh

Shawn Conard

A Case Study of An Environmental Crisis: Drinking Water Contamination in Flint, MI

Modeling Bioenhanced DNAPL Dissolution: Inhibition Kinetic Effects

214 Dillman


Becca Green

Ninad Mohale

High-Tech Analysis of Low-Tech Methods for Sustainable Class A Biosolids Production

Plastic Pyrolisis- Dealing with Plastic Pollution

214 Dillman


Juelun Wang

Jasmine Miller

Influences of Climate and Land Use Change on Hydrology and Water Resources

Assesment of Emissions of Crumb Rubber Modified Asphalt

214 Dillman


 Snigdha Prakesh

Gayatri Jagtap

 Impact of Soil Erosion on the Environment

Air Pollution and Pollutants: Ozone and Smog


214 Dillman


 Lindsey Watch, Environmental Engineering Ph.D. Candidate

 Modeling Evaluation of Hydrodynamic and Microbial Controls of Dense Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid Dissolution

 214 Dillman