Ecohydrology Research Group Attended GWF 2022

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Members of Ecohydrology Research Group attended the Global Water Futures 2022 Annual Open Science Meeting (GWF ASM) virtual conference on May 16th – 18th 2022! 

Day 2 Parallel Scientific Sessions:

Water quality – General

Presentation from:

Tia Jenkins: Where are the Microplastics Data to Support Water Quality Management and Environmental Policy?

Featuring a lightning talk from Serghei Bocaniov

Water Quality – Nutrients

Presentations from:

Mahyar Shafii: Phosphorus dynamics in urban sewersheds: speciation, bioavailability, and export

Sarah Kaykhosravi: A novel approach for regionalization of SWMM to data poor regions for the estimation of urban phosphorus loads

Serghei Bocaniov: Long-term (20032016) phosphorus net mass-balance analysis: Can in-lake processes explain the re-eutrophication of Lake Erie?

Featuring a lightning talk from Ali Reza Shahvaran

Hydrology & Terrestrial EcosystemsModel techniques

Featuring a lightning talk from Ariel Lisogorksy

Check out the abstracts here: https://www.gwf2022.com/scientific-abstracts

Day 3 Poster Session:

Hydrology & Terrestrial Ecosystems

Ariel Lisogorksy: A detailed look at Phosphorous accumulation in a 12-year old multi-cell bioretention system using sequential extractions

Danielle Green: The Effects of Winter Pulsed Warming and Snowmelt on Nitrogen Cycling in Agricultural Soils: A Lysimeter Study

Clement Alibert: Standardize experiments for microplastics migration in soils

Saraswati Saraswati: Comparing soil organic matter hydrolysis under variable temperature and moisture levels with isothermal calorimetry

Mehdi Ramezanzadeh: Impacts of Freeze-Thaw Cycles on Methanogenic Toluene Biodegradation: Experiment and Numerical Simulation

Christina Lam: Identifying methanogenic pathways using isothermal microcalorimetry

Bowen Zhou: Do bioretention cells reduce urban stormwater phosphorus and nitrogen loads? Insights from International Stormwater Best Management Practices Database

Check them out here: https://www.gwf2022.com/posters-hydrology

Water Quality & Aquatic Ecosystems

Serghei Bocaniov: Sensitivity of Lake Hypoxia to Atmospheric Physical Forcing: Exploring the First- and Second-order Effects of Air Temperature and Wind Speed Changes

Riley Mills: Flow-Through Reactor Experiments to Inform Modelling of Transport and Retention Processes for Particulate Organic Matter in Riverbeds

Zahra Akbarzadeh: Nearshore-offshore phosphorus mass balance modelling for large lakes: The Lake Erie case study

Jovana Radosavljevic: Effects of Salinization on lake stratification and nutrient cycling: a case study on Lake Wilcox, a cold temperate urban lake

Ali Reza Shahvaran: Long-term monitoring of algal biomass in Western Lake Ontario using remote sensing and in situ data

Check them out here: https://www.gwf2022.com/posters-water-quality

Day 3 Panel:

Featuring Philippe Van Cappellen as a panelist – ‘High-level panel on advancing water management with science, and models’

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