Water & Biogeochemical Cycles

Coffee Hour with Alfred Kalyanapu: Flood Modeling in the 21st Century: Dealing with Challenges and Making Advances

Alfred Kalyanapu is an assistant professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at Tennessee Technological University (TTU) since 2011. At TTU, he leads the Tennessee Tech Water Resources Modeling and Simulation (TechWARMS) research group focusing on understanding water and its interaction with urban areas through modeling & simulations. He holds Ph.D. and M.S in Civil Engineering degrees from the University of Utah and B.Tech degree from the National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India.

Chasing Water in a Rapidly Changing World

Brian Richter
President at Sustainable Waters and Global Water Director at The Nature Conservancy

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NSF Funding INFEWS Collaboration Meeting

Faculty and researchers are invited to meet, network, and build research partnerships around the NSF's funding opportunity on Innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy and Water Systems (INFEWS). The overarching goal of INFEWS is to catalyze well-integrated interdisciplinary and convergent research to transform scientific understanding of the FEW nexus.

Keeping Pesticides Out of Groundwater

During 2016, Penn State Extension Personnel delivered 19 “Keeping Pesticides out of Groundwater” presentations, reaching 14 separate Pennsylvania counties. A total of 1,178 pesticide applicators, representing 16,418 acres of land where pesticides are applied, attended the extension trainings. Penn State Extension Water Resources Educator, Jim Clark, will share the contents of this groundwater protection presentation. Applicators were taught, and the webinar will discuss, the characteristics of groundwater, how contamination can happen, and what steps can be taken to protect groundwater.

The Need for, and Implications of Geoengineering Research

Jane Long, Environmental Defense Fund

SCRiM Seminar – Sustainable Climate Risk Management Center

Multifunctional Riparian Buffers: Synergies with Bioenergy Crops and Ecosystem Service Provision

The NEWBio webinar series features monthly presentations that feature fascinating and important topics related to bioenergy and the broader bioeconomy in the Northeast U

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