2005 CONFERENCE

Presentations

  • Matthew Beckwith, Keuka College
    Nutrient Addition Effects on Phytoplankton Growth Rates in Keuka Lake
    AbstractPresentation
  • Brent Murry, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
    Hierarchical Stability within a Large River Fish Community in Response to Multiple Ecological Perturbations: Linking Community Theory to Management Application
    AbstractPresentation
  • Richard Durst, Cornell University
    Liposome-Based Biosensing
    Abstract
  • Rolando Raqueno, Rochester Institute of Technology
    RIT Remote Sensing Systems for Finger Lakes Research
    AbstractPresentation
  • John Halfman, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
    Comparative Limnology of Honeoye, Canandaigua, Keuka, Seneca, Cayuga, Owasco, and Skaneateles Lakes -2005
    AbstractPresentation
  • Paul Richards, SUNY Brockport
    Depression Storage in Land Uses Common to the Finger Lakes Region
    AbstractPresentation
  • John Hassett, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
    Gasoline From Motorboats in New York Lakes
    AbstractPresentation
  • Jorge Romeu, Syracuse University
    Simulation Modeling in the Performance Evaluation and Optimal Design of Aquatic Ecosystems
    AbstractPresentation
  • Glenn Jolly, USGS
    Chloride Diffusion In Cayuga Lake
    Abstract
  • Jayanta Saha, Bangladesh Agricultural University
    Plankton Biodiversity in Boro Beel, Pabna, Bangladesh
    Abstract
  • Isaac K'Owino, SUNY Binghamton
    Novel Pd Nanoparticles as Environmental Catalyst for the Conversion of Cr(VI) to Cr(III)
    AbstractPresentation
  • Tim Sellers, Keuka College
    Nutrient Addition Effects on Phytoplankton Growth Rates in Keuka Lake
    AbstractPresentation
  • Samuel Kikandi, SUNY Binghamton
    Electrochemical Sensor for Monitoring Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals in Foods and Water
    AbstractPresentation
  • Peter Smyntek, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
    Seasonal Shifts in Aquatic Food Webs of the Finger Lakes Using Stable Isotope Signatures
    AbstractPresentation
  • Thomas Kraemer, USGS
    Radium Isotopes in Finger Lakes as Tracers of Lacustrine Processes
    Abstract
  • Mark Teece, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
    Seasonal Variations in the Assimilation of Phytoplankton Biomass by Zebra Mussels in Lakes of Different Productivities
    AbstractPresentation
  • Ken Kuai, University at Buffalo
    Modeling Unsteady Sediment Transport Under Floods
    AbstractPresentation
  • Patricia Thompson, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
    Using Artificial Reef to Improve Habitat for Biota in Onondaga Lake, NY
    Abstract
  • Neil Laird, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
    Climatology of Lake-effect Snow Bands in the New York State Finger Lakes Region
    AbstractPresentation
  • Steve Weinbeck, SUNY Brockport
    Orographic Impact on Lake Effect Snow Events in Western NY
    AbstractPresentation
  • Yan Li, Rochester Institute of Technology
    Circulation and Sediment Deposition Modeling in Conesus Lake
    AbstractPresentation
  • Richard Yager, USGS
    Simulating the Effects of Halite Brine Underlying Onondaga Lake on Ground-water Flow In A Glacial Aquifer Near Syracuse, NY
    AbstractPresentation

Poster Presentations

  • Robert Aspinwall, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
    Seismic Stratigraphy and Depositional Architecture of Holocene Sediment in Keuka Lake, NY
    Abstract
  • MaryGail Perkins, Upstate Freshwater Institute
    Light Absorption in the Finger Lakes, NY
    Abstract
  • Kathleen Bush, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
    Water Quality Analysis of the Finger Lakes, New York
    Abstract
  • Peibing Qin, Syracuse University
    The Impact of Dreissena Filtration and Phosphorus Abatement on Pelagic and Benthic Ecosystems: An Experimental Test
    Abstract
  • Megan Crocker, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
    Evidence for Changes in Circulation in Seneca Lake, NY During the Holocene
    Abstract
  • Caitlin Rogers, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
    Mixing it up: A Record of Holocene Climate Change in Non-Annually Laminated Sediment of Seneca Lake, NY
    Abstract
  • Stephen DeGloria, Cornell University
    Finger Lakes National Forest Ecological Mapping Study
    AbstractPoster (PPT)
  • Christian Schmidt, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
    Assessing BMP Effectiveness on the Skaneateles Lake Watershed
    Abstract
  • Jim Hall, Finger Lakes Institute
    Geographic Information Systems at the Finger Lakes Institute
    Abstract
  • Raija Suomela, Hartwick College
    Tracking Down Algal Toxin Imposters
    Abstract
  • Robert Lyons, Syracuse University
    Seismic Stratigraphy of Skaneateles Lake
    Abstract
  • Ian West, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
    When Bacteria Attacks: Keuka Outlet, New York
    Abstract
  • Robert McAfee, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
    Innovative Management Structures for Alternative Septic Systems: An Application of Strategic Niche Management
    Abstract
  • Donald Woodrow, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
    Interactions Between Internal Waves and Bottom Sediments, Seneca Lake, NY: A Research Program
    AbstractPoster
  • David O’Donnell, Upstate Freshwater Institute
    Finger Lakes Water Quality Studies by Upstate Freshwater Institute
    Abstract
  • Taketio Yoshida, Cornell University
    Using Microsatellite-PCR Products to Identify Evolutionary Genetic Changes During Predator-Prey Dynamics
    AbstractPoster

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