Winter Session 2018

Jointly hosted by Department of Geology and Environmental Science Program 

Day: Wednesdays; Time: 3pm

Location: Biological Sciences Room 1167

Reception and refreshments to precede 40 – 50 min seminar followed by time for questions

Tentative Title
Jan 10th
No Seminar – First Week of Classes
Jan 17th
Dept. of Urban Studies & Planning
SEED Wayne
Wayne State University

Fracking and agri-food systems: Implications for urban and rural planning

Jan 24th
Dept. of Natural Sciences 
Geographic Analysis & Mapping Lab
University of Michigan - Dearborn

CANCELED Stream modification and burial within Etch-A-Sketch (urban) landscapes

Jan 31st
Great Lakes Institute for Env. Research
University of Windsor

Investigating the fate and transport of environmental contaminants using compound-specific isotope analysis

Feb 7th
Earth & Environmental Sciences
University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

Lessons from Corals about Environmental Change - Past, Present and Future

Feb 14th
Deric Learman
Dept. of Biology
Institute for Great Lakes Research
Central Michigan University

Microbial community structure corresponds to nutrient gradients and human impact within coastal wetlands of the Great Lakes and beyond

Feb 21st
No Seminar – Geology External Review
Feb 28th
No Seminar – ESP External Review
March 7th
Elizabeth Mack
Dept. of Geography, Environment, & Spatial Sciences
Michigan State University

A multifactor perspective on business and residential drivers  of water demand

March 14th
No Seminar – Spring Break
March 21st
Donald Carpenter
Dept. of Civil Engineering
Great Lakes Stormwater Management Inst.
Lawrence Technological University

Innovative stormwater treatment design and its role in Low Impact Development (LID) implementation

March 28th
Joyashish Thakurta
Dept. of Geosciences
Western Michigan University

Metallic sulfide mineral deposit in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan: New observations and developments

April 4th
Tim Dittrich
Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Wayne State University

Adventures in STEM: From radioactive waste disposal to beneficial use of coal fly ash, and beyond...

April 11th
Jeff Howard
Dept. of Geology
Environmental Science Program
Wayne State University

Lead sources and chemistry in the urban environment

April 18th
Patrick Cooper-McCann
Dept. of Urban Studies & Planning
Wayne State University

What would it mean to restore Belle Isle?

April 25th
No Seminar – Last Week of Classes

All seminars are open to the public.






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