Providing an opportunity for our students to share and our membership to gather.
Welcome to the Virtual Student Poster Symposium hosted by the American Ecological Engineering Society. This online event is held to support our student members as they endeavor into a career that makes an impact to our society and environment.
How this works:
Poster Presentation File Submission Deadline, May 14, 2021
Viewer Engagement & Judging Window, May 17-21
Live Poster Sessions, AEES Annual Meeting, May 25 & 26 2:15pm EDT
Awards Presentation, Annual Business Meeting, May 26 3pm EDT
2021 Poster Presentations
Helpful Viewing & Engagement Tips:
- Presentations are maximum 5 min.
- Each presentation page contains a video link, pdf, and place for Q&A.
- Presenter last name and entry number next to title.
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Virtual Poster Symposium Archive:
|Applied Ecological Engineering Projects and Technology|
- Geospatial and field-based methods for predicting and quantifying stream bank erosion – El-Khoury 
- Nursery Plant Pots Made from Dried Algae – Hirsch 
- Same size, different quality: Evaluating spring-fed versus runoff water sources to enhance cold-water stream habitat in a working landscape – Lukk 
- Extraction and Elution Laboratory Methodology for Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances – Caniglia 
- Ecological Engineering Techniques for on-farm water quality – Aryl 
|Nutrient Management and Resource Recovery|
- Characteristics of depackaged food waste: Challenges and opportunities in circular economies – Porterfield 
- Impacts of Historical Operation Schedules on the Hydrological and Water Quality Trends in Lake Okeechobee – Tarabih 
- Geomorphology effects on nutrient retention in restored floodplains at the Wabash and Tippecanoe confluence – Montoya Lozano 
- Nutrient recovery from aquaponics wastewater using algal turf scrubber lanes and the utilization of filamentous algae for lactic acid fermentation – Burgess 
- Nitrate removal in aerobic sediments of freshwater systems – Risaduzzaman 
- Plant and Rhizosphere Processes That Prevent Groundwater Contamination from Metals and Nitrates – Wood 
|Resiliency of Green Infrastructure|
- Where Does the Water Go? Exploring the Internal Hydraulics of Stormwater Conveyance Structures – DeBell 
- Toxicity and bioconcentration properties of Perfluorosulfonic acids (PFSAs) on the microalgae Scenedesmus obliquus UTEX 393 – Liu 
- Bioretention Cell Performance Under Shifting Precipitation Patterns Across the Contiguous United States – Weathers 
- An Evaluation of the Stormwater Generation Patterns from Rainfall Characteristics and Installation of Green Infrastructure – Boening 
- Longevity of Bioretention Depths for Preventing Acute Toxicity from Urban Stormwater Runoff – Maguire 
- Subsurface horizontal-flow gravel wetlands in Vermont – permitting, performance, and chloride concerns – Nadkarni 
- Developing a High-Frequency Water Quality Data Collection System based on in situ Spectroscopy for the Advancement of Hydrological Science and Water Resource Management – Carter 
- GatorByte – A Low-Cost, Real-Time Water Resource Monitoring Platform – Agade 
- Nitrogen Removal Performance of Bioretention Cells Designed for Phosphorus Control – Betz 
- Removal of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Fecal Indicator Bacteria from stormwater using amended bioretention soils – Mitchell 
|Wetland Dynamics and Climate Change|
- Hydrologic Modeling of a Small Wetland Complex to Inform Estimates of Phosphorus Retention – Augustin 
- Measuring the Impact of Acute Saltwater Intrusion on Methane and CO2 Fluxes from Freshwater Wetland Vegetation Patches – Taj 
- Understanding Plant Selection as a Tool for Managing Trade-offs in Water Quality and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in On-Farm Wetlands – Winter 
- A Pilot Citizen Science Program for Long-Term Wetlands Monitoring in North Carolina – Landon 
- Effects of Individual Source Measurement Chambers on Stomatal Conductance during Methane Flux Observations – Gomez 
- Functional-type modeling approach and data-driven parameterization of methane emissions in wetlands – Yazbeck 
Wishing our graduating student members all the best in the next steps of their careers. Cast a wide net and consider how AEES may continue to serve you in your professional path.
Latest Presentation Comments from Viewers:
Thank you Emine. I will check out the work by Dr. James and Dr. Paul.
WOW! It’s really surprising that the DO and redox were low in the mesocosms. Thank you very much for the…
Great, thanks for the response!
Thank you, Gustavo! Yes! Treatment wetlands are an effective technique to treat wastewaters due to their high rate of biological…