2013 Poster Presentations
Please be sure to attend the Poster Sessions on Tuesday (10:00 a.m-12:00pm and 3:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m.) in the Mezzanine where about 20 posters will be presented.
To encourage student participation, TN Section AWRA awards two student posters with a certificate for their university. Attendees will also vote for a "People's Choice Poster Award". If you are not affiliated with a university or a student poster presenter and would like to be a judge, please send email to Vena Jones or Daniel Saint.
Information for Poster Presenters: The poster session will be limited to 20 student posters and 10 professional posters due to space limitations. Selection of poster presentations will be based on the quality and content of the abstracts. Posters should be mounted on poster board no larger than 3’x 5’. All posters must be displayed by 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, November 5. Presenters of student posters are required to be with their posters during all poster session times and give a brief synopsis (5 minutes or less) of their poster to the Poster Judges and attendess. An award for the best student poster will be presented at the annual TN Chapter Meeting at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, November 5.
Measuring Lag Times and Suspended Sediment Concentration in an Urbanized Karst Watershed. Kolbe D. Andrzejewski
Perception Studies to Determine Receiving-Stream Color Objectionability Due to Effluent Discharge. Sarah Girdner
The Effect of Impervious Surfaces on Surface Water Hydrology in East Tennessee. Jessica Johnson
Characteristics of Bedload in a Karst Stream System. Kyle Long
Determination of Sources of Organic Pollution in Natural Water by Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry. Sreedharan Lakshmi Narayanan
Current Trends in Stream Water Quality. Tim Pobst
Development of a Stormwater/Lid Master Plan for the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. Paul Simmons
Using USGS Gaged Stations to Estimate E.coli and Fecal Loads of the Little River Watershed. Derek Street
Artificial Sweeteners as Chemical Markers of Organic Water Pollution. Meka Sushma
Biodegradation of Quaternary Ammonia Compounds by Biofilm and Free-Living Bacteria. Zheer Ahmed
Antibiotic Resistance and Substrate Utilization by Bacteria Affiliated with Cave Streams at Different Levels of Mammoth Cave. Petra Byl
Fate and Transport of Chemicals at Mammoth Cave, KY. Ashley West
Re-Designing the RV Waste-Transfer Station at MACA to Avoid Spills. Sean McMillan
Regression Analysis to Determine Correlations between Environment and Storm Runoff Water Quality. David Solomon
The Development and Use of Sorption Isotherms to Optimize Storm-Filter Design. Hung-wai Ho
Aquifer Tests to Characterize the Hydraulic Connection between the Cumberland River and Groundwater in Nashville, TN. Aras Barzanji
Groundwater Seepage "Hotspots" Along the Harpeth River, Central TN. Scott C. Worland
Hexagenia Response to Synthetic Sediment Properties. Adrian M. Gonzalez
Water Use Studies in Tennessee, 2013 to 2015. John A. Robinson