Environmental & Water Resources Engineering Seminar Series
Fall 2019

Wednesdays, 12 – 12:50 PM
Engineering Hall, 1637 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI, Room 136


September 4
The Impact of Base-Acid Pretreatment on Dewaterability of Primary vs. Bio-P Anaerobically Digested Biosolids
Eileen Kennedy, MS Student, Dept of Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering, Marquette University
 
September 18
Climate Adaptation Strategies for Wisconsin Lakes
Dr. Madeline Magee, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
 
September 25
Chernobyl: Past-Present-Future
Dr. Jim Alleman, Teaching Professor of Environmental Engineering, University of Notre Dame
 
October 2
The opportunities and challenges of phosphorus recovery from biorefineries
Dr. Roland Cusak, Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 
October 9
Stormwater and Bioretention: A Phosphorus Story.
Dr. Allen Davis, Charles A. Irish, Jr., Chair in Civil Engineering, University of Maryland.
 
October 30
Measuring River Velocity Using Drone Videos and Optical Flow Algorithms
Jamir Jyoti, M.S. Student, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Marquette University
Spencer Sebo, M.S. Student, Dept of Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering, Marquette University
 
November 6
Microbial Communities and Source Tracking: Insights for Water Quality Monitoring and TMDL Implementation in Milwaukee
Dr. Jill McClary, Postdoctoral Research Associate, School of Freshwater Sciences, UW-Milwaukee
 
November 13
Signatures of Human Impact: Legacies, Land Use, and Long-Term Trajectories
Dr. Kim Van Meter, Assistant Professor, Dept of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago
 
November 20
Monitoring hydrologic controls on biogeochemical process variability in green infrastructure soils.
Laine Havens, MS Student, Dept of Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering, Marquette University
 
Professional development hours (PDHs). PDHs will be recorded and an email documenting attendance will be sent to attendees to use towards their Wisconsin Professional Engineer’s license.  Each seminar presentation is equivalent to one PDH. It is the responsibility of the PE to retain all records.