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Its presence and quality defines the success of every individual, community, and society.

“Water systems...can act as a powerfully unifying resource, so it is ironic to the point of absurdity that water education, management, and discourse are so fragmented. To truly assess water resources in their most holistic sense, one needs to include the many aspects of the hydrologic cycle, from meteorology to surface hydrology to soil sciences to groundwater to limnology to aquatic ecosystems. And that is just the physical system. One should also have an integral sense of the human dimensions, from economics to law to ethics to aesthetics to sociology and anthropology. Universities and management institutions are simply not organized along these lines; often they are fragmented to the point where even surface water and groundwater, quality and quantity, are separated out as if they were not inextricably inter-related.”

Aaron Wolf, Associate Professor, Department of Geosciences, Oregon State University

Events-

Monday, October 31, 2011
Jianqiu Zheng, Ph.D. student, CEE
"Nitrous Oxide Emissions from a Soybean/Maize Rotation Following a Precipitation Event"
Eric Wesseldyke, M.S. student, CEE
"Two-dimensional Modeling of DNAPL Dissolution"
Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar
M&M U113 3:00 pm

Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Dave Dempsey, International Joint Commission

"New Directions on Great Lakes Water Resources Policy"
Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar
M&M U113 3:00 pm
Reception in Dow 872 at 4:00 pm

Friday, October 21, 2011
Stan Temple, emeritus professor of forest and wildlife ecology and senior fellow
Aldo Leopold Foundation
Aldo Leopold, Phenology and Climate Change
U. J. Noblet Forestry Bldg, room 146 11:00a.m. (the wildlife teaching lab)

Things I've learned: Insights from a 40-year Career in Conservation
U. J. Noblet Forestry Bldg, room 146 4:00p.m. (the wildlife teaching lab)
Distinguished Ecology Series

Thursday, October 20, 2011
Green Fire
Documentary film about legendary environmentalist Aldo Leopold
Distinguished Ecology Series
G002 U. J. Noblet Forestry Bldg 7:00 pm
http://www.greenfiremovie.com/

Monday, October 17, 2011
Bill Leder, CEE
Pilgrim River Watershed Conservation Project

Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar
M&M U113 3:00 pm

Monday, October 10, 2011
Yan Liu, Department of Chemistry
Northern Michigan University
Environmental Applications of Lab-on-a-Chip Technology
EPSSI Seminar
M&M U113 4:00 pm

Monday, October 10, 2011
Ron Falta, Clemson University
Subsurface Thermal Energy Storage for Improved Heating and Air Conditioning Efficiency
Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar
M&M U113 3:00 pm

Monday, October 17, 2011
Bill Leder, CEE
Pilgrim River Watershed Conservation Project

Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar
M&M U113 3:00 pm

Monday, October 10, 2011
Yan Liu, Department of Chemistry
Northern Michigan University
Environmental Applications of Lab-on-a-Chip Technology
EPSSI Seminar
M&M U113 4:00 pm

Monday, October 10, 2011
Ron Falta, Clemson University
Subsurface Thermal Energy Storage for Improved Heating and Air Conditioning Efficiency
Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar
M&M U113 3:00 pm


Friday, October 7, 2011
MTRI Poster Session
Dow Atrium – campus-side 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
contact: Lisa Phillips at lisa.phillips@mtu.edu, or visit the MTRI website.

Thursday, October 6, 2011
Harry Vassander, Professor in Peatland Forestry
Department of Forest Sciences, University of Helsinki
Dr. Vasander is broadly interested in peatland classification, production, and C dynamics of boreal and tropical peatlands.
Distinguished Ecologist Series
U. J. Noblet forestry bldg, G002 12:30 pm

Monday, October 3, 2011
Michael Hoffman, the James Irvine Professor of Environmental Science at Caltech
"Chemical Reactions at the Air-Water Interface of Aqueous Microdroplets."
Richard E. Honrath Memorial Lecture
Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar
EPSSI Seminar
M&M U113 4:00 pm

Friday, September 30, 2011
Dr. Nora Savage, Environmental Protection Agency
Environmental Engineer and Nanotechnology Team Lead
Nurture the Environment and Promote Well Being of Public
Chem Sci 101 3:00PM
Dr. Savage will also be available to meet with students in the Chemistry Learning Center
(Chem Sci 208 9:00 – 10:00 am) to talk about various EPA opportunities.

Thursday, September 29, 2011
Erik Lilleskov, a research ecologist at US Forest Service
Janet Marr, a biologist from the Houghton-Keweenaw Conservation District
"Invasive Species as Agents of Global Change"
Forestry Atrium 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.,
For more information, see WUP Center Announcement.
This event is sponsored by the Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative, Michigan Tech Center for Water and Society, Keweenaw Land Trust and the Keweenaw Unitarian Fellowship.

Thursday, September 29, 2011
Peter Hogberg, Professor in Soil Science
Head of the Forest Ecology and Management Department
SLU, Umeå, Sweden
Dr. Högberg’s research concerns the cycles of nitrogen and carbon through forests, especially interactions among trees, mycorrhizal fungi, and soils.
Distinguished Ecologist Series
U. J. Noblet forestry bldg, G002 12:30 pm

Monday, September 26, 2011
Tim Garrett, University of Utah
How will aerosol-cloud-precipitation-radiation interactions evolve in a warming Arctic?
EPSSI Seminar
M&M U113 4:00 pm

Monday, September 26, 2011
Marty Auer (CEE) and grad students
Ongoing Water Quality Research in Lakes Erie, Michigan and Superior
Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar
M&M U113 3:00 pm

Friday, September 23, 2011
Katelyn Watson, MS Defense
Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences
Alex Mayer, Advisor
A Regional Assessment of Groundwater Availability as Constrained by Local Hydrogeology and Environmental Limits to Streamflow Depletion
Dow 875 2:00 pm

Monday, September 19, 2011
Codirector Bob Shuchman (MTRI)
"The Role of Satellite Derived Information in the Restoration of the Great Lakes,"
EPSSI seminar
M&M U113 4 p.m
For the abstract, see Great Lakes

Monday, September 19, 2011
Kelly McFarlin '05, PhD candidate
Department of Biology and Wildlife
University of Alaska Fairbanks
"Biodegradation of Dispersed Oil in Arctic Marine Environments"
Biological Sciences Seminar
Chem Sci 215 10:00 am

Monday, September 19, 2011
Matt Van Grinsven, Forest Science, MTU
Estimation of Streambed Groundwater Fluxes Associated with Coaster Brook Trout Spawning Habitat
Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar
M&M U113 3:00 pm


Thursday, September 15, 2011
Christine Manninen, Communications and web programming director
Great Lakes Commission
"State of the Great Lakes 2011: Successes and Continued Challenges"
Biological Sciences Seminar
Rekhi G009 3:00 pm

Monday, September 12, 2011
Rick Donovan, Chemical Engineering
"Bioenergy Sustainablity Programs at the Sustainable Futures Institute"
Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar
M&M U113 3:00 pm

Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Engielle Paguican Doctoral Candidate
Universite Blaise Pascal Clermont Ferrand, France
Iriga Volcano (Philippines): 1 Mother, 2 DADs (debris avalanche deposits)
U113 Minerals & Materials Engineering (Building #12) 4:00 pm
REFRESHMENTS!!!

Monday, Aug. 29, 2011
Associate Professor Brian Barkdoll (CEE)
"Optimal BMP Placement On A Watershed For Sediment Yield Reduction"
CEE Graduate Seminar Series
EERC 313, 3 to 4 p.m.

Monday, August 15, 2011
MS Defense: Carla Alonso Contes, Geology
John Gierke, Advisor
Lineament Mapping for Groundwater Exploration Using Remotely Sensed Imagery in a Karst Terrain: Rio Tanama and Rio de Arecibo Basins in the Northern Karst of Puerto Rico Catchment, Puerto Rico
DOW 610 3:00pm

Friday, August 12, 2011
MS Defense: Robert Hegemann, Geology
John Gierke, Advisor
An Investigation of Surface Water/Groundwater Relationships in a Rural Watershed in Southern Honduras
DOW 610 2:00pm

Friday, August 12, 2011
MS Defense: Christopher P. Johnson, Forest Ecology & Management
Thomas Pypker & Rodney Chimner, Advisors
Open Top Chambers and Infrared Lamps: A Comparison of Heating Efficacy and CO2/CH4 Dynamics in a Lake Superior Coastal Peatland
Forestry G002 8:00am

Thursday, August 11, 2011
MS Defense: Matthew Seib, Environmental Engineering
Kurtis Paterson, Advisor
Assessing Drinking Water Quality at Source and Point-of-Use: A Case Study of Koila Bamana, Mali, West Africa
DOW 875 3:00pm

Monday, August 8, 2011
MS Defense: Nawaf Blaisi, Environmental Engineering
Christopher Wojick, Advisor
Life Cycle Assessment of Trayless Dining
DOW 873 8:00 am

Thursday, August 4, 2011
MS Defense: Fletcher McKenzie, Civil Engineering
David Watkins & Brian Barkdoll, Advisors
Study of Water Use and Supply in the District of Independencia, Peru
DOW 875 1:00 pm

Wednesday, August 3, 2011
PhD Defense: Fredline Ilorme, Civil Engineering
Veronica Griffis, Advisor
Development of a Physically-Based Method for Delineation of Hydrologically Homogeneous Regions and Flood Quantile Estimation in Ungauged Basins via the Index Flood Method
DOW 875 9:00 am

Monday, August 1, 2011
MS Defense: Danielle Haak, Biological Sciences
Nancy Auer, Advisor
Impact of Copper Mine Tailings (Stamp Sand) on Survival and Early Development of Aquatic Organisms Near Gay, Michigan
Admin 404 9:00am

Friday, July 29, 2011
MS Defense: Ted Champagne, Civil Engineering
Brian Barkdoll, Advisor
Physical Modeling of Air Injection as a Scour Remediation Technique Near Gated Weir Stilling Basins
DOW 875 1:00 pm

Friday, July 22, 2011
PhD Defense: Sinan Abood, Environmental Engineering
Ann Maclean, Advisor
Modeling & Classifying Variable Width Riparian Zones Utilizing Dem's, Flood Height Data, Digital Soil Data, & National Wetland Inventory: A New Approach for Riparian Zones Delineation “
Forestry G002 10:00 am

Friday, July 15, 2011
MS Defense: Ellis Adams, Environmental Policy
Kathleen Halvorsen, Advisor
"Nongovernmental Organization Staff Views of Global Water Privatization"
Academic Offices 201 1:00 pm

Saturday, July 9, 2011
"How do scientists assess the health of Lake Superior"
Excursions on the Michigan Tech Agassiz research vessel during Strawberry Festival
Call 487-3341 to reserve a spot
More Information at Tech Today

This event is coordinated by the Western UP Center for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education, in partnership with the Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative. The outings are funded by the Michigan Tech Center for Water and Society and the Chassell Lions Club.

Friday, June 17, 2011
MS Defense: Lijun Chen, Environmental Engineering
Brian Barkdoll, Advisor
Cost-Effective Allocation of Best Management Practices in an Agricultural Watershed to Reduce Sediment Yield: Targeting Versus a Genetic Alorithm
DOW 873 10:00 am

Thursday, June 16, 2011
Green Film Showing
Thirst:
Efforts by powerful corporations to commodify the world’s water supplies have catalyzed community resistance to globalization in Bolivia, India and the U.S.
Discussion facilitator:
Ellis Adams, M.S. student, MTU Dept. of Social Sciences, and native of Ghana, W. Africa.
MTU Foresty Building, G002 7:00 – 8:30 pm

Friday, April 22, 2011
MS Defense: Valoree Gagnon, Environmental Policy
Carol MacLennan, Advisor
"Fish Contaminants through the Tribal Perspective: An Ethnography of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community's Tribal Fish Harvest"
Academic Offices 201 10:30 am

Thursday, April 21, 2011
Green Film Festival: Issues & Dialogue
Homeland: Four Portraits of Native Action (57 min.)
Discussion facilitator:
Chuck Brumleve, Environmental Mining Specialist, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community
Time:
7:00 – 8:30 pm, movie followed by coffee/tea, dessert and facilitated discussion
Location:
G002 Hesterberg Hall in Michigan Tech’s Forestry Building
Cost:
FREE! $3 donation welcome

A hard look at the realities of the Indian nations and the efforts of four remarkable Native American activists leading the charge to save their land, preserve their sovereignty and ensure the cultural survival of their people.
(co-sponsored by CWS)

Thursday, April 21, 2011
MS Defense: Randall Fish, Geology
John Gierke, Advisor
"Using Water Balance Models to Approximate the Affects of Climate Change on Spring Catchment Discharge: Mt. Hanang, Tanzania"
DOW 610 10:00 am

Tuesday, April 19, 2011
CWS Colloquium Course, UN5100, “The Value of Water”
Topic:
Privatization
Readings: Budds, J. and G. McGranahan. 2003. Are the debates on water privatization missing the point? Experiences from Africa, Asia and Latin America, Environment and Urbanization, 15; 87-114.
Jaglin, S. 2002. The right to water versus cost recovery: Participation, urban water supply and the poor in sub-Saharan Africa, Environment and Urbanization, 14: 231-245.
Dow Building 8th floor atrium 3:30-4:30 pm

Tuesday, April 19, 2011
MS Defense: Gwynneth Smith, Civil Engineering
John Gierke, Advisor
"Rural Water System Sustainability: A Case Study of Community-Managed Water Systems in Saramaka Communities"
DOW 873 11:00 am

Monday, April 18, 2011
Tristan Beaster, Meral Jackson, Seth Johnson
“Huron Creek Stormwater Management”
Erica Jones and Renn Lambert
“Bioavailability of Phosphorus Entering the Great Lakes”
Kenan C. Pomeroy
“Construction of Appropriate Biomimetic Wastewater Treatment Lagoon Amendments”
SSTEM Colloquium/Environmental Engineering Seminar Series
Dow 642 3:00 pm

Monday, April 18, 2011
MS Defense: Lisa Gillis, Industrial Archaeology
Samuel Sweitz, Advisor
"Lighthouses as an Overlapping Boundary Between Maritime and Terrestrial Landscapes: How Contractors Constructed Lighthouses to Connect the Growing Industries of the Keweenaw Peninsula with the World Market"
Academic Offices 101 2:00 pm

Friday, April 15, 2011
Assistant Professor Joseph Bump (SFRES)
"Moose Herbivore in Aquatic Ecosystems"
ChemSci 101 at 2:00 p.m.

Friday, April 15, 2011

MS Defense: Jessica Billings, Environmental Engineering Science
Neil J Hutzler, Advisor
"Incorporating Environmental Engineering and Science Topics into Elementary Education"
DOW 875 10:00 am

Monday, April 11, 2011
Rosa Flores, PhD student (CEE)
"Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation from Biogenic Sources in the Midwestern, United States"
Advisors: Associate Professor Judith Perlinger (CEE) and Professor Paul Doskey (CEE).
M&M U113 4:00 PM

Tuesday, April 12, 2011
MS Defense: Margus Paesalu, Forest Ecology & Management
Thomas Pypker & Eric Agestam, Advisors
"Tracing the Source of Groundwater for Three Different Coastal Peatlands Along Lake Superior"
Van Pelt Library 243 9:30am

Wednesday, April 13, 2011
MS Defense: Fangming Liu, Applied Natural Resource Economics
William Breffle, Advisor
"Assessing the Carrying Capacity of the Great Lakes Environment: A Lake Michigan Pilot Study"
Academic Offices 101 1:00 pm

Thursday, April 14, 2011
MS Defense: Rasika Gawde, Environmental Engineering
Marty Auer, Advisor
"Modeling Particulate Organic Matter Diagenesis with SED2K"
Dow 743 9:00 am

Thursday, April 21, 2011
Green Film Festival: Issues & Dialogue
Homeland: Four Portraits of Native Action (57 min.)

Discussion facilitator: Chuck Brumleve, Environmental Mining Specialist, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community
Time: 7:00 – 8:30 pm, movie followed by coffee/tea, dessert and facilitated discussion
Location: G002 Hesterberg Hall in Michigan Tech’s Forestry Building
Cost: FREE! $3 donation welcome
A hard look at the realities of the Indian nations and the efforts of four remarkable Native American activists leading the charge to save their land, preserve their sovereignty and ensure the cultural survival of their people. (sponsored by Center for Water & Society)

Thursday, March 24, 2011
Nancy Langston, Environmental Historian
Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology
Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Toxic Bodies"
Academic Offices Bldg, Room 201 1:00 p.m.


2011 World Water Day Events

Sponsored by The Center for Water and Society
Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Center for Water & Society Reception and Poster Display: 4:00 - 7:00 pm
Rosza Center Lobby
Poster Session Flyer
Poster Registration Form

World Water Day Lecture: 7:30 pm
Dr. Nancy Langston, Environmental Historian
University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Sustaining Lake Superior"
Minerals & Materials Engineering Bldg, U115
http://www.sustaininglakesuperior.com/

Nancy Langston FLyer

Sponsors:
Visiting Women & Minorities Lecture Series
Center for Water & Society
Student Organization Global City
Student Chapter of Society of Wetland Scientists
Dept. of Social Sciences
Dept. of Biological Sciences
School of Forest Resources & Env. Science


Monday, March 21, 2011
Steve Silliman, University of Notre Dame
Henry Darcy Distinguished Lectures on Dr. Silliman’s long-term involvement in water resource research in West Africa
"Reliable Data in Difficult Environments"
Dow 875 10:00 a.m.
"Study of Salt-water Intrusion in Coastal Benin"
Dow 642 3:00 p.m.

Monday, February 28, 2011
Dr. Purnima Bandyopadhyay,Department of Biochemistry
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Bronx, New York
"Association of Bacteria with Free-Living Amoebae: Implication in Water Quality"
Environmental Engineering Seminar Series
642 Dow Building 3-4 PM

Friday, February 25, 2011
Kenneth M. Hinkel
Department of Geography, University of Cincinnati
Arctic Lake Water Temperature Patterns as Impacted by Climatic and Geomorphic Controls
Dow 610 3:05 pm

Tuesday, February 22, 2011
CWS Colloquium Course, UN5100, “The Value of Water”
Topic: Valuation of aquatic resources
Readings:
Breffle, W.S. and K.K. Maroney, 2009. The restoration of fishing services and conveyance of risk information in the Southern California Bight, Marine Policy, 33:561-70.
Dow 872 3:30-4:30

Monday, February 21, 2011
Mr. Mark Stehly, Assistant VP for Environmental and Research & Development
BNSF Railway Company
"Railroads and the Environment"
Environmental Engineering Seminar Series
Dow 642 3:00 PM

Tuesday, February 15, 2011
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CWS Colloquium Course, UN5100, “The Value of Water”
Topic: Common pool resources
Readings: Hardin, G. 1968. The tragedy of the commons, Science, 162: 1243-1248.
Dow 872 3:30-4:30

Monday, February 14, 2011
CEE Hosts 2010 Kappe Lecture
Morton Barlaz, professor of civil, construction and environmental engineering at North Carolina State University
"Development of a Carbon Footprint Model for Landfill Disposal of Solid Waste"
"The Use of Life Cycle Analysis for the Study of Alternatives for End of Life Materials Management"

Dow 642 3:00 PM

Tuesday, February 8, 2011
CWS Colloquium Course, UN5100, “The Value of Water”
Topic: Municipal water supply valuation
Readings:
Griffin, R.C. and J.W. Mjelde. 2000. Valuing water supply reliability, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 82:414-426.
Dow 872 3:30-4:30


Tuesday, February 1, 2011
CWS Colloquium Course, UN5100, “The Value of Water”
Topic: Municipal water valuation
Readings:
Young, R. 2005. Valuing water in municipal uses, In Determining the Economic Value of Water- Concepts and Methods, pp.246-270.
Dow 872 3:30-4:30

Monday, January 24, 2011
Rasika Gawde, CEE
Phil DePetro, CEE
Dr. Marty Auer, CEE
Seeking Redemption for the Sins of the Mothers and Fathers
Organic Carbon Diagenesis and the Restoration of Onondaga Lake

Environmental Engineering Seminar Series
642 Dow Building 3-4 PM

Thursday, January 20, 2011
Tapped
- Is access to clean drinking water a basic human right, or a commodity that should be bought and sold? Examines the big business of bottled water.
Discussion facilitator: Dr. Alex Mayer, CEE
Green Film Festival
G002 Hesterberg Hall in the Michigan Tech Forestry Building 7:00-8:30 pm
More info about the Green Film Festival...

Green Film Festival Schedule...

Tuesday, January 18, 2011
CWS Colloquium Course, UN5100, “The Value of Water”
Topic:
Introduction to water valuation
Reading:
Hanemann, W.H. 2006. The economic conception of water, In: Water Crisis: Myth or Reality? Eds. P.P. Rogers, M.R. Llamas, L. Martinez-Cortina, Taylor & Francis, London.
Course Organizers:
Alex Mayer and Bill Breffle

Friday, January 14, 2011
Dr. Molly Cavaleri, SFRES
Ecohydrology in tropical and temperate forests:
the impacts of invasive species and climate change on the water use of trees

Biological Sciences Seminar Series
Chem. Sci. 101 2:00 PM
Abstract…

Monday, January 10, 2011
Dr. Marty Auer, CEE
The Elephant in the IPAT Living Room
Environmental Engineering Seminar Series
DOW 642 3:00 pm

Friday, December 3, 2010
MS Defense: Matthew Kucharski, Environmental Engineering
John Gierke, Advisor
A Conceptual Model of Groundwater Flow for Springs in Ban-utod and Cagnonoc Watersheds, Baybay, Leyte, Philippines
DOW 875 8:00 am

Friday, December 3, 2010
MS Defense: Joshua Johnson, Environmental Engineering
Brian Barkdoll, Advisor
Flow-Sequential Sector-Specific Lumped Algorithm for Water Network Calibration
DOW 873 3:00 pm

Thursday, December 2, 2010
MS Defense: Matthew Van Grinsven, Geology
Alex Mayer, Advisor
Estimation of Vertical Groundwater Fluxes into a Streambed through Continuous Temperature Profile Monitoring and the Relationship of Groundwater Fluxes to Coaster Brook Trout Spawning Habitat
DOW 610 2:00 pm

Wednesday, November 17, 2010
PhD Defense: Agustin Robles-Morua, Environmental Engineering
Alex Mayer & Kathleen Halvorsen, Advisors
Integrated Water and Sanitation Solutions for the Upper Sonora River Basin (Northwest Mexico)
DOW 875 11:00 am

Monday, November 15, 2010
MS Defense: Lindsey Brown, Environmental Engineering
Kurtis Paterson, Advisor
Appropriate Design of Integrated Solid Waste Management Systems
DOW 875 2:00 pm

Monday, November 8, 2010
Dr. Andrew Gronewold,P.E., Physical Scientist/Hydrologist
Department of Commerce (DOC),
Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory(GLERL), NOAA, Ann Arbor, MI
"Addressing uncertainty and variability in hydrological and water quality models"
Environmental Engineering Seminar Series
DOW 642 3:00 pm

Friday, November 5, 2010
New School of Business and Economics Faculty Present Research
Daya Muralidharan, CWS Advisory Committee member from School of Business & Economics
"Sustainability Economics of Groundwater Usage and Management."
Academic Office Building 101 3:00 – 4:30 pm

Dr. Mualidharan, along with 4 other new School of Business & Economics faculty will each give a 10-minute presentation, based on recent research. View their research titles at Tech Today, http://www.admin.mtu.edu/urel/ttoday/previous.php?issue=20101029&utm_source=email&utm_content=20101029




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