Coastal Water Resources Center
Institute for Coastal Science and Policy
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The Coastal Water Resources Center will host a Water Resources Seminar in Spring 2014. 

CLICK HERE to view the schedule.


2014 Southeast Stream Restoration Conference, EcoStream

November 17-20, 2014 | Charlotte, NC

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Field Event of Hurricane Isabel

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Coastal Water Resources Center


East Carolina University



The Coastal Water Resources Center (CWRC), within the Institute for Coastal Science and Policy at East Carolina University (ECU), is an interdisciplinary team committed to maintaining and improving the quantity and quality of water resources of the Coastal Plain of Eastern North Carolina.  Working with ECU researchers and water professionals, the center supports applied research to develop usable strategies that address scientific, economic, social and political issues specific to water resources in the North Carolina Coastal Plain.

Seminars


SPRING 2014 

CLICK HERE to download the seminar schedule with full titles (PDF).

DATESPEAKERTITLEFILES
Jan. 17 (G)Dave Genereux
Groundwater Age, Coupled Water and Nitrogen Fluxes from Aquifers to Streams
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Feb. 12Bob Christian
Ecological Flows and the Complications of Being on the Coast
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Feb. 19Richard SpruillSaltwater Intrusion on Hilton Head Island, SC: Aquifer Management Strategies 
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Mar. 5Rosanna FerreiraPrecipitation in a Changing Climate: Observations and ModelingDOWNLOAD
Mar. 26Scott LecceDispersal and Storage of Mining Sediment in River Systems
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Apr. 4 (G)Reide Corbett
Significance of Meltwater in Antarctica... Beyond the Rising Seas
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Apr. 9Sid Mitra
Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products (PPCPs) in Water
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Apr. 23David Griffith
The Pfiesteria Farce: Bad Science, Worse Journalism, and the Little Killer Algae That Couldn't
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Seminars will take place Wednesdays at 11AM in 309 Graham Building.

Seminars indicated by (G) are hosted by the Dept. of Geological Sciences and will take place on Fridays at noon in 309 Graham Building. 

 


FALL 2013

CLICK HERE to download the seminar schedule (PDF).

DATESPEAKERTITLEFILES
Sept. 3
Mike O'Driscoll
What is percolating in the backyard? Wastewater nitrogen exports to coastal waters
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Sept. 17
Burrell Montz
Coastal flooding: Management challenges and choices 
DOWNLOAD
Oct. 1
Eban Bean
Future stormwater management: Challenges, policy, and innovation
DOWNLOAD
Oct. 15
Edu Leorri
Coastal sediments: Sink or source for pollutants
DOWNLOAD
Oct. 29
Marcelo Ardon
Sink of swim: Effects of saltwater incursion on carbon and nutrient export from coastal wetlands
DOWNLOAD
Nov. 12
Alex Manda
Assessing the water footprint of Marcellus shale gas development in the Susquehanna River Basin
DOWNLOAD
Nov. 19
Jamie DeWitt
Contaminated drinking water: A case study of perfluorinated compounds
DOWNLOAD
Dec. 3
Charles Humphrey
Groundwater transport of phosphate from on-site wastewater systems in coastal NC
DOWNLOAD


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