Contingent from sciences, NCWQR have strong presence at water management meeting
Faculty from the Department of Biology and Environmental Science and researchers from the National Center for Water Quality Research recently participated in the Water Management Association of Ohio Annual Conference.
Dr. Doug Kane took students from his Wetlands class to the first day of the conference. He also gave a presentation, titled The Continuing Story of Chloride Concentrations in Ohio’s Ohio River Tributaries, with Dr. Laura Johnson and Dr. Nate Manning (both of the NCWQR) as co-authors.
Laura also presented Occurrence and Sources of Veterinary Pharmaceuticals in Lake Erie Tributaries.
Finally, three Heidelberg Environmental Science students presented posters of their research. They included Haley Hoehn, Quantifying Primary Algal Groups in H2Ohio Wetlands; Kelly Peterson, What Mud Can Do For You: Soil Removal of Phosphorus from H2Ohio Wetlands; and Cody Benesh, Can Water Quality Trends In Small Streams Be Used As Indicators for Climate Change?.
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