CEE 919 Fall 2007
 Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Water Resources Engineering Seminar

    Time:   Thursday 3:30 PM,     Location:  2625 Engineering Hall


Jan. 25

Feb. 1
Prof. John Young
Regional patterns of change in a chaotic climate    

Feb. 8
Eric Booth
Flood Regime Characterization: a method to classify streamflow variability of the Cosumnes River floodplain
Feb. 15
Prof. Kamini Singha
Tracking solute transport with electrical resistivity: Resolution-dependent limitations
Feb. 22
Dave Huwe
Development of methods for rating the performace of bioretention facility

March 1
Matt Boyington
Wetland Inundation: methods for determining the available fraction of streamflow

March 8
Phil Gaebler
Sediment tracking in agricultural fields using rare earth element oxide tracers
March 15       Nobuaki Kimura Field experiments in unique dynamics of a small, deep lake (Trout Bog)
March 22
Laura Rozumalski
 Effective shear stresses in Wisconsin River

March 29
Yvonne Hsieh
 Modeling of circulaiton and temperature structure in Lake Mendota
April 12           Travis Scot
Gully erosion and control on tributary to Bark River                                                               

April 19
Henry Yuan
Numerical simulations of vegetated flows

April 26
Alex  Dogaru
Kevin Lin
 Non-hydrostatic modeling of estuarine environment
 Geophysical methods to survey lake bottom Sediments   

May 3           Jennifer William  Wetland restoration opportunities in drained agricultural areas
May 10
         Dr. Nathan Hawley   Sediment Transport in the Great Lakes