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Spring 2014 Seminar Series  
Seminars are held on Fridays at 2 PM in the Technology Research Center, Room 206, and are free and open to the public. Registration is not required. Visitor parking passes for the TRC lot may be purchased for $4.00 in the CUERE office in TRC 102/105 shortly before seminar.

February 7, 2014
Dr. Emily Elliott
University of Pittsburgh
"Investigating atmospheric-terrestrial-hydrologic interactions of reactive nitrogen using stable isotope geochemistry"

February 14, 2014

Seminar cancelled due to forecast for major snow storm.  Dr. Mejia has been moved to April 18th.

February 21, 2014
Dr. Ciaran Harman
Johns Hopkins University
Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering
"Beyond perfect mixing: A new theoretical framework for modeling unsteady transport through control volumes, and applications to long-term and high-frequency solute transport dynamics in catchments"

February 28, 2014
Kevin M. Nelson
Community Assistance and Research Division Office of Sustainable Communities
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
"Using Smart Growth Strategies to Create More Resilient Communities in the Washington, D.C., Region"

March 7, 2014
Dr. Jon Duncan
University of North Carolina
"Spatial and Temporal Controls on Nitrogen Cycling and Export"

March 14, 2014
Dr. Anne Timm
US Forest Service
"Assessing aquatic vegetation as habitat for larval and young-of-the-year northern pike in Rainy Lake and Namakan Reservoir"

21, 2014
No seminar - spring break.

March 28, 2014
Marcus Quigley
"Transforming our Cities: High Performance Green Infrastructure"

April 4,
Dr. Chris Swan
“Integrated Sustainability Science: Urban Greening Research and Training in Baltimore City”

April 11, 2014
Peter R. Claggett
U.S. Geological Survey, Chesapeake Bay Program
"Modeling Urban Area and Change Across Large Regions"

April 18, 2014
Dr. Alfonso Mejia
Pennsylvania State University
"Hydrological complexity in metropolitan urban areas"

April 25, 2014
Patrick Phillips
U.S. Geological Survey
New York Water Science Center, Troy, NY
"Combined Sewer Overflows are an Important Source of Wastewater Contaminants in the Urban Environment"

May 2, 2014
Dr. Stuart Schwartz
"Hydrologic Function of the Pervious Landscape"

May 9, 2014
Dr. Ben Hobbs
Johns Hopkins University
Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering
"Modeling Electricity Markets with Optimization: Why It's Important (and Fun)"











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