Florida Water Environmental Student Chapter



The seminar series if designed to provide a forum in which visiting professors, environmental professionals, and former UM engineering graduates could interact with the students and faculty of the Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering Department in order to share research findings, provide networking opportunities, discuss environmental issues and concerns, and learn about what is going on in the environmental industry. The following lectures have been given:

Upcoming Speakers

Dr. Jayantha Obeysekera Division Director for Hydrologic Systems Modeling at the South Florida Water Management District. Will present a discussion on the various types of hydrologic models the district uses (regional and sub-regional) & Walter Wilcox Engineer Water Supply Division, South Florida Water Management Division Will provide applications of their models to help in the planning of both daily operations and long term projects (e.g. CERP).

March 22, 2002- MCA 202 - 3:15pm


January 23 1997, Dr. Philip L. Keating, Department of Geography, UM

February 6 1997, Dr. Hector R. Fuentes, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, FIU

February 20 1997, Dr. Shonali Laha, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, FIU

March 6 1997, Dr. Iver W. Duedall, Division of Marine & Environmental Systems, Florida Tech

March 27 1997, Dr. James D. Englehardt, Department of Environmental Engineering, UM

April 3 1997, Dr. Thomas D. Fontaine, Everglades Systems Research, SFWMD

April 10 1997, Dr. John H. Trefry, Division of Marine & Environmental Systems, Florida Tech

April 17 1997, Mr. Jorge Rodriguez, Deputy Director Miami-Dade Water & Sewer Authority

October 1999, Dr. Steven C. McCutcheon, P.E. of the Environmental Protection Agency on hydrodynamics and transport for water quality modeling.

November 1999, Dr. Steven C. McCutcheon, P.E. of the Environmental Protection Agency on use of bioaccumulating plants for groundwater cleanup

January 26, 2001 - Presentation on Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP)by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

 


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