2016 Poster Presentations
Please be sure to attend the Poster Sessions on April 14, 2016, Thursday (10:00 a.m-12:00pm and 5:15 p.m.-5:45 p.m.) in the Mezzanine where a maximum of 20 student and 5 professional posters will be presented.
Information for Poster Presenters:
Judging of Student Posters: Posters will be judged by 3 to 5 professionals from various backgrounds who are attending the Symposium. Posters are given scores for each of the following categories: Abstract, presentation of the material, technical content of the poster, topic originality and format/style. If you are not affiliated with a university or a student poster presenter and would like to be a judge, please send email to Regan McGahen or Daniel Saint.
Awards for Student Posters:To encourage student participation, TN Section AWRA gives awards and certificates for best student poster in each category of High School, Undergraduate & Graduate. The Attendees will also vote for a "People's Choice Poster Award".
Stimulation and Inhibition of Seedling Growth by Groundwater Rich in Sulfide. M. Kirtland
A Comparative Analysis of the Development Trajectory of Mitigation Wetlands in the Piedmont Region. Anna M. Ledeczi
Using AD-CIRC and HEC-FIA Modeling to Predict Storm Surge Impact on Coastal Infrastructure. John T. Brackins
Driving Forces of Bioretention Effluent Nutrient Variability. Brandy N. Manka
Accurately Predicting Botanical Nitrate Concentration to Reduce Nitrogen Leaching Caused by Over-fertilization. Todd Pirtle
Reclaiming Floridas Freshwater Supply. Jana Archer
Groundwater Flow in a Karst Watershed: Structural Controls of the Stoney Creek Syncline. Aaron Doyka
Assessing Groundwater Geochemistry and Flow Path using GIS in Karst Aquifer. Hung-Wai (Wayman) Ho
Evaluating Methods for the Comprehensive Characterization of Feedstocks for Anaerobic Codigestion. Juliet Ohemeng-Ntiamoah
Flood Hazard Zone Development in India. Joseph C. Thornton, III
Suspended Sediment Source Tracking: Review of the Method and Future Developments. Benjamin Huangfu