Thursday, November 14
8:30 am – 10:00 am

Agenda subject to change.
Updated 20 September 2019

 

H1: Monitoring I – Long Term

Moderator: TBD

8:35 Evaluating Synergistic Effects of Climate Change and Trophic Dynamics on Thermocline Depth (2000–2018)
Holly Waterfield
8:55 Increasing Productivity Amid Stable Nutrient Regimes in Rhode Island Lakes and Reservoirs
Jeffrey Hollister
9:15 The Value of Long-Term Watershed Research to Science and Society
Jamie Shanley
9:35 Markermeer: A Tell-Tale Story of the Wax and Wane of Ecological Quality in a Large Dutch Reservoir
Lisette deSenerpont Domis

 

H2: Water Quality

Moderator: Steve Lundt
Metro Wastewater Reclamation District, Denver, Colorado

8:35 Variation in Trophic State Parameters Within the Photic Zone of Reservoirs
Jack Jones
8:55 Lake Photic Zone Temperature Across the Conterminous United States
Stephen Shivers
9:15 Horizontal Variability in Oligotrophic Lake Metabolism to Prioritize Watershed Locations for Nutrient Runoff Reduction
Nicole Ward
9:35 A Preview of Results From the 2017 US National Lakes Assessment
Amina Pollard

 

H3: Harmful Algal Blooms V

Moderator: Michelle Balmer
Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Des Moines, Iowa

8:35 Going Beneath the Surface: The Ecology of Metalimnetic Cyanobacteria Layers in Three New Hampshire Lakes
Sabina Perkins
8:55 Potential for Cyanotoxin Occurrence in the Nation’s Large Rivers
Jennifer Graham
9:15 Microcystin Accumulation in Recreational Beach Sediments and Porewater
Ellen Preece
9:35 New York State Harmful Algal Bloom Initiative: An Initial Summary of Mitigation Pilot Outcomes
Stephanie June

 

H4: Oxygenation II

Moderator: Chris Holdren
Environmental Consultant, Littleton, Colorado

8:35 Changes to the Culver Lake Aeration System: Why, How and Results
Stephen Souza
8:55 Hypolimnetic Oxygenation and Aeration in Two Midwestern USA Reservoirs
David Austin
9:15 Hypolimnetic Oxygenation of Water Supply Reservoirs Using Bubble Plume Diffusers
Mark Mobley
9:35 Decreased Oxygenation Demand Following Hypolimnetic Oxygenation Operation
Paul Gantzer

 

H5: Aquatic Invasive Species VI – Herbicide Use

Moderator: Mark Heilman
SePRO Corporation, Carmel, Indiana

8:35 Successful Eradication of Hydrilla verticillata From Seven Waterbodies Within the Great Lakes Basin
Carter Bailey
8:55 Developing an Operational Control Plan for Hybrid Milfoil
Terry McNabb
9:15 Integrated Controls for Recalcitrant Aquatic Invasive Plants
G. Douglas Pullman
9:35 Empirical Analyses of Long-Term Water Quality, Fish and Aquatic Plant Data in Relation to Aquatic Plant Management Actions
Mark Hoyer