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July Quarterly Meeting

July 1 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

 

Topic: Synthesis

Preliminary Agenda
Date: 

07.01.2020

Remote Access:

See meeting announcement email for connection details

Time: 

10 am – 12 pm

Location: remote access only.

Notes

  • We have included  a large number of presentations into a short time-frame. 
  • We have built in three discussion times. 
  • Everyone but the speaker and the host will be muted except for the discussion times. 
  • Please use the chat box liberally throughout the talks to share any comments or questions that you may have.
  • We have not built in any breaks,  so feel free to step away from zoom if you need a break during the meeting. 
Time Agenda Item Details
10:00 a Welcome to the meeting and Zoom intro. Emma Rosi, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, BES Project Director
10:10 Change in the Trees: evaluating canopy and diversity changes using iTree data. Elsa Anderson, Cary Institute
10:15 Paired-watershed comparisons to assess effectiveness of traditional stormwater management.  Andy Miller, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)
10:20 Earthworm diversity in the urban landscape: Combining data from different sampling campaigns.  Kathy Szlavecz, Johns Hopkins University
10:25 Resilience and memory of watershed discharge and nutrient loading to hydroclimate extremes. Larry Band, University of Virginia
10:30 Watershed-scale mapping of channel incision across drainage network scales using Geomorphon and airborne LiDAR. Matt Baker, UMBC
10:35 Moderated questions for the first round of speakers. Emma Rosi
10:45 Long-term data on riparian water tables yields insight into the local land use and climate controls on terrestrial and stream interactions. Amanda Suchy, Cary Institute
10:50 Long-term patterns in nitrate leaching and nitrous oxide fluxes from lawns and urban and rural forests. Peter Groffman, City University of New York (CUNY) and Cary Institute
10:55 BES Bird Monitoring Project: Populations and Community Change Over Time. Charlie Nilon and Ela-Sita Carpenter, University of Missouri
11:00 Variations in stream metabolic regimes along a rural-urban gradient reflect surrounding land-use. A.J. Reisinger and Emily Taylor, University of Florida
11:05 Moderated questions for the second round of speakers. Emma Rosi
11:15 Teaching in and of the City. Progress towards a paper summarizing our teacher research.    Alan Berkowitz, Cary Institute
11:20 Using land cover signatures to track long-term change in Baltimore’s heterogeneity. Mary Cadenasso, University of California, Davis
11:30 Little leaks deliver large loads: Mass balance of pharmaceuticals in the Gwynns Falls watershed. Megan Fork, Cary Institute
11:35 Know your watershed and know your neighbor: paths to supporting urban watershed management in Baltimore and Phoenix. Dexter Locke, USFS
11:40 Curriculum for BES science in the City. Update on Comp Hydro and Investigating Urban Ecosystems curricula.  Bess Caplan, Cary Institute

 

11:45 Moderated questions for the third round of speakers. Emma Rosi
11:55 Final remarks. Emma Rosi
12:00 p Adjourn

 

Details

Date:
July 1
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Venue

REMOTE ACCESS ONLY

Details

Date:
July 1
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Venue

REMOTE ACCESS ONLY