Spring 2013 Seminars around Cornell
- Monday February 18, 2013. 3.30pm Riley Robb Hall Room 400. Amy Galford of Cornell Cooperative Extension will share a presentation titled An introduction to Cornell Cooperative Extension and its outreach on private water supplies and other water resources. Please join us for a happy hour immediately following the seminar.
- Monday February 4, 2013. 1pm. Bradfield Hall Room 1105. Professor David Barclay from the Department of Geology at SUNY Cortland will present "Groundwater-Induced Flooding from the Otter Creek Aquifer in Cortland, New York" to the BEE/EAS hydrometeorology research group.
- October 15, 2012. 3:30pm. Room 205, Riley Robb Hall. Dr. Jim Zollweg, Soil and Water Alumnus and Associate Professor at SUNY Brockport will give a seminar titled "Crowdsourcing Watershed Models: A New Paradigm for Collaboration".
- September 24, 2012. 3:30pm. Room 205, Riley Robb Hall. Dr. Cliff Voss, Soil and Water Lab Alumnus and Researcher at the US Geological Survey will give a seminar lecture titled "Arsenic Contamination of Shallow Groundwater in Bangladesh."
- September 21, 2012. 4pm. Morison Room, Corson Hall. Dr. Casey Brown, assistant professor at University of Massachusetts Amherst, will give a presentation titled "Robust Adaptation to Climate Change in Human Hydrologic Systems."
- September 10, 2012. Dr. Richard Yager, Soil and Water Lab alumnus and Research Hydrologist at the US Geological Survey gave a seminar lecture titled "Comparison of groundwater age distributions estimated from environmental tracer concentrations and numerical simulation in fractured and folded karst: Shenandoah Valley USA." For more information on this complex and fascinating research, check out his work and publications.
- May 14 & 15, 2012. Cornell University hosted a symposium to honor Professor Emeritus Jean-
Yves Parlange of the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering and Professor Wilfried
Brutsaert of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Please see the
event website for program information.
- April 21, 2012. Led by Lauren McPhillips, Sheila Saia, and Kyle Delwiche, the Soil and Water Lab
hosted an educational workshop for middle school girls during the annual Expanding Your Horizons Conference. During the workshop girls participated
in a hands-on project using watershed models, simulated land-use changes, and "pollutants" to experience for themselves how watersheds behave in response to
- March 2, 2012. The Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering hosted the annual
BEE Research Symposium. This symposium gives graduate students within the department an
opportunity to share their research with oral presentations or posters. Symposium abstract from 2011 is
- December 5-9, 2011. R's Emerging Environmental Modeling Community, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
Josephine Archibald, Dan Fuka,
Michael Walter, and Zachary Easton convened a session regarding the open-source
programming language R and it's benefits for community modeling projects.
- December 3rd, 2011. The Cutting Edge of Temperature Measurement in Earth Sciences: Principles, Applications, Operational
Factors, and Demonstrations of Distributed Temperature Sensing for Environmental Sensing. Presented at Stanford University, more
information can be found here.
- November 4-6, 2011. Water Scarcity and Policy in the Middle East and Mediterranean. International
Conference at Cornell Law School. Abstracts are due August 21.