Fall 2012 Environmental Engineering Seminars

2012-2013 Environmental Engineering CE 5992 Seminars

Unless otherwise noted, seminars are from 3:00–4:00 PM in Room 201 of the Great Lakes Research Center.

Fall 2012

DatePresenter and AffiliationTitlePlace
9/10/2012NAIntroduction to 2012-2013 Seminar SeriesGLRC 201
9/17/2012Keenan Murray, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, MTUProcess-Scale Modeling of Atmosphere-Snowpack Exchange of NOxGLRC 201
9/24/2012Dr. Avery Demond, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of MichiganImpact of the Interaction of Chlorinated Solvents and Clay in Low Permeability Zones in the SubsurfaceGLRC 201
10/1/2012 Note: 4 PMDr. Guy Brasseur, Director, Climate Service Center in GermanyFrom Climate Science to Planetary Stewardship4 PM M&M Room U113
10/8/2012Gary Street & Ann Baughman, Freshwater FutureRestoring Our Great Lakes—One Community at a Time: Freshwater Future's Approach and Case Study of Contaminated Drinking WaterGLRC 201
10/15/2012Dr. Evan Kane, School of Forestry and of Environmental Science, MTUAssessing Biogeochemical Consequences of Wildfire in Arctic and Boreal Forests: Examples from Ongoing Collaborative Research at MTUGLRC 201
10/22/2012Dr. Des Lawler, Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, University of TexasParticles, Particles, and More ParticlesGLRC 201
10/29/2012Dr. Hugh Gorman, Department of Social Sciences, Michigan TechA Historical Perspective on the Challenge of SustainabilityGLRC 201
11/5/2012Dr. Gary Fahnenstiehl, Department of Biological Sciences, MTULake Michigan Under Siege: Dreissenid Mussels Flexing their Muscles (The Rest of the Story)GLRC 201
11/12/2012Dr. Emma Norman, Department of Social Sciences, MTUWater without Borders?  Reflections on Water Governance and Environmental SecurityGLRC 201
11/26/2012Dr. Raymond Shaw, Department of Physics, MTUMessage in a Bottle: Development of a Laboratory Chamber for Studies of Aerosol and Cloud Processes in the AtmosphereGLRC 201
12/3/2012Dr. Colleen Mouw, Department of Geological & Mining Engineering & Sciences, MTUAquatic Remote Sensing: From Cell to EcosystemGLRC 201
12/10/2012Mike Erickson, Vice President, Arcadis US, Inc.Sediment Management 101 and Ongoing Needs in Advancing the State of the ScienceGLRC 201