Wednesday, November 13
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Agenda subject to change.
Updated 20 September 2019


G1: Oxygenation I

Moderator: Craig Wolf
GEI Consultants, Inc., Denver, Colorado

3:35 A “Toolbox” Approach to Managing the Water Quality of a Southern California Reservoir
Stephen Reynold
3:55 The Effects of Surface Mixer Operation in a Drinking Water Supply Reservoir
Danielle Wain
4:15 A Decade of Inversion Oxygenation: Analysis of Trends in Nutrient Reductions in Michigan Lakes
Jennifer Jermalowicz-Jones
4:35 TBD


G2: High Quality Lakes

Moderator: Perry Thomas
Kentucky Division of Water, Frankfort, Kentucky

3:35 A Ten Year Retrospective of Minnesota’s Sentinel Lakes Long-Term Monitoring Program
Jesse Anderson
3:55 Saving the Best of What’s Left: Vermont’s Strategy for Turning Significantly Increasing Phosphorus Trends Around on Vermont’s Clearest Lakes
Kellie Merrell
4:15 Revisiting Stratification: Effects of Climate Change in All Seasons
Lisa Doner
4:35 Integrated Critical Watershed Analysis: Prioritizing Lake Subwatersheds at Risk Using Co-Occurrence Analysis at Several Spatial Scales
Jeff Schloss


G3: Harmful Algal Blooms IV

Moderator: Todd Tietjen
Southern Nevada Water Authority, Las Vegas, Nevada

3:35 Cyanobacteria Bloom Assessment in Lakes of the Contiguous United States Using Satellite Observations
Sachidananda Mishra
3:55 Monitoring Changes in Lake Eutrophication Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)
James Killarney
4:15 An Integrated and High-Speed Approach to Monitor Cyanotoxins
Frances Buerkens
4:35 30 Years of Phytoplankton in a Drinking Water Reservoir
Joy Trahan-Liptak


G4: Large-Scale Events

Moderator: TBD

3:35 Twenty-One Year Storm Flow Analysis on The South Platte River in Denver, Colorado
Nathan Jahns
3:55 Testing the Role of Lake Browning in a Greening World by Comparing Responses of Three Lakes to a Simulated Storm Event
Lauren Knose
4:15 Scales of Influence: Indications of High Intensity Precipitation Events in New Hampshire Lakes Using a Multi-Proxy Method
William Tifft
4:35 Implementation of a Multi-Partner, Collaborative Effort to Manage and Monitor Post-fire Water Quality in a Large Northern California Lake
Angela De Palma-Dow


G5: Aquatic Invasive Species V – Prevention and Management

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

3:35 Adirondack Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Management Tracker Program: A Citizen Science-Based Monitoring Program to Track the Effectiveness of AIS Management
Erin Vennie-Vollrath
3:55 The Starry Stonewort Collaborative for the Great Lakes Basin
David Carr
4:15 Lessons Learned: Perspectives on Managing Quagga Mussels in the Lower Colorado River
Heidi McMaster
4:35 Trends in Beach Closures, E. coli, and a Shift in Dominance From Zebra to Quagga Mussels on a Large Canadian Lake
Melissa Moos


G6: Non-Algal Toxins

Moderator: Victoria Chraibi
Tarleton State University, Stephenville, Texas

3:35 Use of Geological Approaches in Determining the Source, Transportation Pathways and Food Chain Impacts of Recent DDT Contamination in Squam Lake, New Hampshire
Amanda May
3:55 Natural Recovery of Lead Contamination in Sediments at Lewis Lake, Yellowstone National Park
Stephen Klein
4:15 PFAS – How Is It Entering Lakes and Reservoirs
Richard Desrosiers
4:35 Mercury Increase in Lake Champlain Fish May Be Linked to Extreme Climatic Events
Mark Swinton