Wednesday, November 13
10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Agenda subject to change.
Updated 19 September 2019

 

E1: Source Water Protection II

Moderator: Liz Royer
Vermont Rural Water Association, Essex Junction, Vermont

10:35 Holistic Response to Water Quality Changes Due to Lake Recovery in Drinking Water Reservoirs
Josh Weiss
10:55 Tackling Taste and Odor Issues: CCWA’s Approach to Proactively Manage Phosphorus and Improve Water Quality in an Integrated Water and Wastewater Treatment System
Roger Scharf
11:15 Leveraging Source Water Protection Funds for Large-Scale Projects
James McCarty
11:35 Reservoir Sediment Studies to Support Increasing Drinking Water Storage in a Flood Control Reservoir, Littleton Colorado
Craig Wolf

 

E2: Salt III – Salinization of Surface Waters

Moderator: TBD

10:35 Water Softening and Road Salt Impacts on Chloride in Minnesota’s Water Resources
Greg Wilson
10:55 Twenty-Five Years of Lake Monitoring Data in the Adirondacks Reveals the Emergence of Multiple Environmental Stressors and the Need for Adaptive Monitoring
Corey Laxson
11:15 Salinization and Alkalinization of a Large Mid-South Hydroelectric Reservoir (Kentucky Lake, USA) as a Result of Human Activity
Susan Hendricks
11:35 How Much Is Too Much? Lethal Chloride Concentrations Determined for Daphniids in Soft Water Can Help Support Watershed and Lake Management Actions
Martha Celis-Selgaod

 

E3: Phosphorus Inactivation III – Aluminum

Moderator: Ken Wagner
Water Resource Services, Wilbraham, Massachusetts

10:35 Assessing the Fate of Alum 12 Years After Application in Lake McCarrons (Roseville, Minnesota)
Bob Fossum
10:55 The East Pond (Maine) Alum Treatment Part 1: Establishing an Alum Dose
Whitney King
11:15 The East Pond (Maine) Alum Treatment Part 2: Monitoring and Evaluation
Danielle Wain
11:35 Incorporating Internal Nutrient Loading Into TMDL Recommendations at Lake Wister, Oklahoma
Steven Patterson

 

E4: Paleolimnology II – Eutrophication

Moderator: Andrew Paterson
Queen’s University, Dorset, Ontario, Canada

10:35 Using Paleolimnology to Assess Whether Nutrient Enrichment From Nova Scotia Mink Farms Are Affecting Eutrophication Patterns of Local Lakes
Nell Libera
10:55 Using Subfossil Midges to Assess the Impacts of Mink Farming on Hypolimnetic Oxygen in Lakes From Southwestern Nova Scotia
Julia Campbell
11:15 A Paleolimnological Study Suggesting That Climate Change Can Be a More Important Driver of Lake Ecosystems Than Cultural Eutrophication
Frances Pick
11:35 Paleolimnological Assessment of Six Lakes on the Kissimmee Chain, With Implications for Restoration of the Kissimmee-Okeechobee-Everglades System, Florida USA
Thomas J. Whitmore

 

E5: Aquatic Invasive Species III – Survey and Mapping

Moderator: Meg Modley
Lake Champlain Basin Program, Grand Isle, Vermont

10:35 Drone Mapping of Water Chestnuts
Jarlath O’Neil-Dunne
10:55 Invasive Species Detection in Northeast Regional Lakes Using Environmental DNA (eDNA)
Denise Blanchette
11:15 Starry Stonewort – Two Decades in Michigan
G. Douglas Pullman
11:35 TBD
Meg Modley

 

E6: Lake Restoration IV

Moderator: Erich Marzolf
St. Johns River Water Management District, Palatka, Florida

10:35 Assessment of Phosphorus Loads From Tile Drainage in the Jewett Brook Watershed of St. Albans Bay
Dave Braun
10:55 Potential of Long-Term Fish Removal in Eutrophic Lakes
Ilkka Sammalkorpi
11:15 Development and Validation of a Regional Lake Water Quality Vulnerability Screening Tool
Lindsay Johnston
11:35 Green Stormwater Infrastructure Research: Bioretention, Water Quality, and Nutrient Dynamics in Urban and Agricultural Settings
Stephanie Hurley