Wednesday, November 13
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Agenda subject to change.
Updated 20 September 2019

 

F1: Source Water Management

Moderator: Joe Duncan
Champlain Water District, South Burlington, Vermont

1:35 The Role of the Planner in Source Water Protection
Chi Ho Sham
1:55 New York City’s Source Water Protection Program: An Overview of Two Decades of Effective Source Water Protection
David Warne
2:15 Building Collaborative Projects Between Agricultural Producers and the Water Sector through Farm Bill Programs
Adam Carpenter
2:35 Land Conservation for Source Water Protection – A Collaborative Model for Water Resource Managers and Land Trusts
Marson Nance

 

F2: Salt IV – Getting Salty

Moderator: TBD

1:35 Effects of Chloride and Nutrients on Freshwater Zooplankton Communities
Danielle Greco
1:55 Salt Tolerance Variability Among Different Ecotypes of Vallisneria americana
Mohsen Tootoonchi
2:15 Spatiotemporal 3D Water Chemistry Modeling of a Coastal Dune Lake
Challen Hyman
2:35 Impact of Salinity and Seasonal Shifts on Macrophytes Among Northwest Florida Coastal Dune Lakes
Richard Gray

 

F3: Harmful Algal Blooms III

Moderator: TBD

1:35 Evaluating Environmental DNA in Lake Assessments: A Potential Early Warning Alert for the Presence of Cyanobacteria Associated With HAB Formation in New England Lakes
Alison Watts
1:55 Comparative Analyses of Cyanobacteria Assemblages Using Microscopy and Metabarcoding From the LakePulse Network
Paul MacKeigan
2:15 Methods to Increase Detection and Characterization of Harmful Algal Blooms Using Traditional Sensor Technology
Vincent Moriarty
2:35 Advanced Water Quality Monitoring to Assess Biogeochemical Processes Related to Harmful Algal Bloom Development, Duration, and Decline in the Finger Lakes, New York
Guy Foster

 

F4: Nutrient Loading

Moderator: David Neils
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Concord, New Hampshire

1:35 Multi-Decadal Assessment of Reservoir Nutrient Dynamics Using Bayesian Mechanistic Modeling
Matthew Aupperle
1:55 Lake and Watershed Management Plan Development for Three Connected Lakes in Westchester County
Michael Martin
2:15 Data for Decision Making: The Lake Winnipeg Community-Based Monitoring Network
Chelsea Lobson
2:35 Management and Restoration of Nippo Lake, Barrington, New Hampshire: A Case Study
Kirsten Nelson

 

F5: Aquatic Invasive Species IV – Prevention and Management

Moderator: Chris Doyle
SOLitude Lake Management, Washington, New Jersey

1:35 Pathways of Invasion: Recreational Boater Activity, Aquatic Invasive Species Distribution, and Landscape Level Connectivity to Inform Management and Prevention Efforts in New York State
Michale Glennon
1:55 The Science of Compliance: Changing Boaters’ Behaviors to Reduce the Spread of AIS
Edgar Rudberg
2:15 Four Years of Aquatic Plant Monitoring and Management in New Jersey’s Delaware & Raritan Canal
Heather Desko
2:35 Delaware and Raritan Canal Hydrilla Control Program Fisherman Perception Survey
Emily Mayer

 

F6: Ethics in the Lake Restoration Community

Moderator: Gertrud Nürnburg
Freshwater Research, Baysville, Ontario, Canada

1:35 Paving the Road to Hell
Dick Osgood
1:55 Ignorance Is Not an Excuse
Miquel Lurling
2:15 Ethical Conduct in NALMS’ Activities
Gertrud Nürnberg
2:35 Panel Discussion chaired by Perry Thomas