Center for Water and Society

2011 CWS World Water Day Posters


Student / Poster Category Poster Title Placement
Original Research
Danielle Haak Impact of Copper Mine Tailings on Survival and Early Development of Lake Sturgeon and Lake Trout near Gay, Michigan 1st Place - $250
Jonathan Ebel Biofilm Response to Nutrient Mitigation Using Salmon Carcass Analog in Central Idaho Streams 2nd Place - $150
Laura Kangas Artificial microtopography facilitates northern white cedar (Thuja occidentalis L.) survival in created wetlands 3rd Place - $100
Ellis Adams Privatization of Water Services: Implications on the Activities of Water Sector NGOs  
Aqua Terra Tech In Situ Air Sparging of Fruit Processing Waste Spread by Spray Irrigation  
Lijun Chen Optimizing the placement of filter strips in a watershed level using SWAT  
Alex Collins Effects of Experimental Warming and Irrigation on Water-Use and Growth of Sugar Maple (Acer saccharam).  
Aaron Dayton Mass Transport and the Nearshore Phosphorus Shunt  
Marcel Dijkstra GLOS – Ranger III Monitoring of Lake Superior – Insights Regarding Thermal Structure and the Spring Phytoplankton Bloom  
Marcel Dijkstra Formation, maintenance and dissipation of the Deep Chlorophyll Maximum (DCM)  
Rasika Gawde Modeling particulate organic matter diagenesis with SED2K  
Renn Lambert Particulate Phase Phosphorus Bioavailability in the METRO Effluent  
Sue Larson Parameterization of a Sediment Phosphorus Model  
Karl Romanowicz Plant Species Composition in Northern Peatland Ecosystems may have Significant Effects on Carbon Cycling  
Eric Wesseldyke Modeling Bioenhanced Dissolution of Tetrachloroethene at the Micromodel Scale  
Foad Yousef Remote Sensing Caputers Primary Production Collapse  
Coursework / Informational Posters
Aleta Daniels A non-biased look at drilling for natural gas 1st Place - $250
Ellis Adams The Ramsar Convention on Wetlands: Is it Effective in Sub-Saharan Africa? 2nd Place - $150
Mariah Maggio The Policy Path to Human Rights Status: Water and Sanitation 3rd Place Tie - $100
Jon Bontrager Natural Resource Damage Assessments and Damages Owed Following Large Oil Spills in Marine Environments
3rd Place Tie - $100
Jessica Billings The Value of Dam Removal on the Elwha River 3rd Place Tie - $100
Ted Champagne Estimating the Cost of Improved Water Supply Using Willingness to Pay  
Andrew Kozich Using Measurements of Human Values, Beliefs, and Attitudes as Predictors for Water-Impacting Behaviors in the Great Lakes Watershed  
Alicia Sherrin Desalination: A Panacea for California's Water Scarcity?  

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