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Evaluating Bioretention Cell and Green Roof Hydrologic Performance in northeastern Ohio

Graduate student Laura Sugano will also be presenting her green infrastructure research at the CUAHSI Biennial Symposium in July. Evaluating Bioretention Cell and Green Roof Hydrologic Performance in northeastern Ohio Laura L. Sugano*, Anne J. Jefferson, Lauren E. Kinsman-Costello, Pedro Avellaneda Kent State University Abstract In urban areas, increased runoff …

CUAHSI cyberseminars on Urban Streams

Green infrastructure, groundwater and the sustainable city Larry Band, Institute for the Environment at University of North Carolina Watershed context and the evolution of urban streams Derek Booth, Bren School of Environmental Management at UC Santa Barbara The Little Stringybark Creek project Tim Fletcher, University of Melbourne Contaminants of emerging …

Quantifying the influences of stormwater control measures on urban headwater streamflow

The Watershed Hydrology Lab will be at the Geological Society of America meeting in November in Baltimore. Anne will be giving an invited talk in the Urban Geochemistry session (T32) on Sunday, November 1st at 9 am in BCC room 308. Here’s what she’ll be talking about: Quantifying the influences …

Abstract: Assessing the Possibilities of the West Creek Watershed Stewardship Center Vegetated Roof

Results of our work on green infrastructure at Cleveland Metroparks Watershed Stewardship Center will make its debut at the CitiesAlive 13th Annual Green Roofs & Walls Conference, in New York, NY from October 5th to October 8th, 2015. Assessing the Possibilities of the West Creek Watershed Stewardship Center Vegetated Roof Jessie Hawkins, Reid …

Post-doc Opportunity in Watershed Modeling at Kent State University

This position has been filled. Thanks for your interest. Post-doctoral Associate in Watershed Modeling A post-doctoral position focusing on hydrologic modeling of urban watersheds is available in the Department of Geology, Kent State University, in the lab of Anne Jefferson (http://all-geo.org/jefferson/research/). The successful candidate will have experience using RHESSys or …

MS student opportunity in urban hydrology and biogeochemistry at Kent State University

We seek a highly motivated masters student to start in June 2015 to study urban hydrology and biogeochemistry with Dr. Anne Jefferson (ajeffer9@kent.edu) in the Watershed Hydrology Lab (http://all-geo.org/jefferson) of the Geology Department at Kent State University. We have available funding for a student to study the hydrologic and biogeochemical …