2010 Lamprey River Symposium

Friday, January 8, 2010

Memorial Union Building - Room 334/336
University of New Hampshire

Some presentations will have live links to a pdf file that you can download directly, while others only have an email address where authors asked that interested persons contact the them directly to request a copy of the presentation. 

8:30 – 9:45 Session I

8:30 - Introduction and Overview of the Lamprey River Hydrologic Observatory Objectives - Bill McDowell, UNH PDF

8:45 - Nitrogen Saturation in the Highly Retentive Lamprey River Watershed? – Michelle Daley, UNH Email

9:00 - Seasonal Nitrate Dynamics in a New Hampshire Agricultural Stream - Kate Dunlap, UNH PDF

9:15 - Assessing the Risk of 100-year Freshwater Floods in the Lamprey River Watershed of New Hampshire Resulting from Changes in Climate and Land Use - Cameron Wake, UNH PDF

9:30 - Lamprey River Geomorphology-based Fluvial Erosion Hazards Project: Field Assessment and Project Goals – Shane Csiki, NH Geological Survey

9:45 – 10:15 Break

10:15 – 11:45 Session II

10:15 - Catchments: Keys to GIS Analysis of Water Resources at the Local and Landscape Scale - Rick Chormann, NH Geological Survey

10:35 - Assessment of Groundwater Resources in the Seacoast Region of New Hampshire – Tom Mack, USGS PDF

10:50 - Modeling Urban to Urban-Green Development Pilot Study using the Vegetated Roof Stormwater Reduction Technique – James Sherrard Jr., UNH PDF

11:05 - Stream Temperature Impacts of Urbanization - Gary Lemay, UNH Email

11:20 - Effects of Forest Fragmentation and Water Chemistry on Vernal Pool-breeding Amphibians: a Preliminary Overview- Adrienne Kovach, UNH PDF

11:30 - A Historical Perspective on Ecosystem Services in Coastal New England Watersheds:  Suburbanization in Context. – Wil Wollheim, UNH Email

11:45 – 1:30 Lunch and Potential Breakout Groups    Lunch - *Bring your own or purchase at Food Court*

1:30 – 3:00 Session III

1:30 - Wetland and Beaver-impacted Pond Contribution to Late Summer Baseflow in the Headwater Reaches of the Lamprey River - Shan Zuidema, UNH Email

1:45 - Hydrologic Monitoring and Modeling of the UNH Organic Dairy Farm - Matt Davis, UNH

2:00 - Can We Influence Lawn Care Practices to Reduce Nitrogen Losses? – Julia Peterson, UNH

2:20 - New Approaches to Guide N Fertilization of Turf - Karl Guillard, Univ. Connecticut Email

3:00 – 4:00 Research Priorities Discussions – Bill McDowell, Moderator PDF