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ERIE Research Papers and Presentations

2008-2009 Academic Year

Faculty Peer-Reviewed Publications, Faculty Conference and Meeting Presentations and Trainee Conference and Meeting Presentations

Faculty Peer-Reviewed Publications:

Bandilla, Karl, Rabideau, Alan J., and Jankovic, Igor. (2009). A parallel mesh-free multi-solute reactive contaminant transport model based on the Analytic Element Method and the Streamline Method. Adv. Water Res. doi: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2008.08.009 (in press).
Bennett, Sean J., Wu, W., Alonso, C.V., and Wang, S.S.Y. (2008). Modeling fluvial response to in-stream woody vegetation: Implications for stream corridor restoration.  Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 33, 890-909.

Mary A. Bisson, M. J. Beilby.  2008.  Transport Systems of Ventricaria ventricosa: Asymmetry of the hyper- and hypotonic regulation mechanisms.  J. Membrane Biology 225:  13-25.

Matott, L. S., and Rabideau, Alan J. (2008). Calibration of complex subsurface reactive transport models using a surrogate model approach. Adv. Water Res., 31(12), 1697 – 1707, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2008.08.006.

Faculty Conference and Meeting Presentations:

Atkinson, J. (2008, May) Ecological forecasting for the Great Lakes. Presented at the Regional Data Exchange Workshop, Buffalo, New York.
Atkinson, J. (2008, October). The role of engineering in ecosystem restoration.  Invited lecture, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI.
Atkinson, J. (2009, February). Ecosystem (stream) restoration in western New York. Presented at the Stream Naturalization Workshop, Department of Civil and Structural Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China.
Atkinson, J. (2009, March). Ecosystem restoration, modeling and management in the Great Lakes. Invited lecture, Graduate Environmental Institute, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.
Atkinson, J. (2009, April). Particle based sediment transport modeling - A tool for contaminated stream remediation. Presented at the Hong Kong IAHR Annual Meeting, Hong Kong, China.
Bandilla, K.W., Jankovic, I., Rabideau, A.J. (2008, July). Computational efficiency of contaminant transport modeling using the Analytic Element Method in combination with the deterministic Streamline Method.  Presented at the International Conference on Computational Methods in Water Resources, XVII, San Francisco, CA.
Bennett, S.J., and F.E. Rhoton. (2008, September). Linking downstream sediment quality to upstream channel erosion and degradation: The Yalobusha River Basin and Grenada Lake, MS. Paper presented in The National Sedimentation Laboratory: 50 Years of Soil and Water Research in a Changing Agricultural Environment, Oxford, MS.
Bennett, S.J. (2009, May). Geomorphic and hydrodynamic responses of experimental alluvial channels to rigid vegetation. To be presented at the American Geophysical Union-Canadian Geophysical Union Joint Assembly, The Meeting of the Americas, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Blersch, D., and Rabideau, A. (2008, October). A new interdisciplinary doctoral program in ecosystem restoration at the University at Buffalo. Poster session presented at the 4th Annual Finger Lakes Region Research Conference, Geneva, NY.
Blersch, D. (2009, March). Aquatic ecosystem development for wastewater treatment plants. Paper presented at the Greater Buffalo Environmental Conference, Buffalo, New York.
Blersch, D., and Rabideau, A. (2009, April). A new interdisciplinary doctoral program in ecosystem restoration at the University at Buffalo. Poster session presented at the Society for Ecological Restoration Midwest-Great Lakes Chapter Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN.
Bronner, C. E., Newham, M., Fellows, C. S., and Rabideau, A. J. (2009, May). Determining the effectiveness of riparian revegetation projects in Maroochy Catchment, Quensland Austrailia. To be presented at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Spring Meeting, Toronto, CN.

*Clabeaux, B. and Bisson, M.A. (2008, September). Cadmium uptake in Charophytes: Role in phytoremediation. Poster session presented at the 5th International Symposium on Fossil and Extant Charophytes (Bisson), Rostock, Germany. Submitted to Proceedings Issue of Charophytes.
Grinde, D. (2008, November). Challenges to teaching stream restoration and environmental ethics in the Native and Western Ways. Invited paper presented at the Conversations on the Land Symposium: Indigenous and Scientific Principles for Sustainable Communities, Syracuse, NY.
Rabideau, A. J. (2008, November).  Performance assessment of natural zeolites for restoring groundwater at nuclear facilities. Invited seminar, University of Windsor.

Rabideau, A. J. (2009, May). Interdisciplinary education, research, and training for ecosystem restoration. Invited speaker at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Spring Meeting, Toronto, CN.

Shockley, K. (2008, September). Adaptive Management and Institutional Agency: Adaptability, Stability, and Accountability. Refereed paper presented as part of “Human Flourishing and Restoration in the Age of Global Warming,” Clemson University.
Shockley, K. (2008, December). Salvaging Consequentialism for Environmental Values. Presented as part of author meets critics session for Andrew Light, John O’Neill, and Alan Holland, Environmental Values, Eastern meetings of the American Philosophical Association, Group meeting sponsored by the International Society for Environmental Ethics, Philadelphia.
Shockley, K. (2008, December).Session Chair, Group Meeting of the International Society for Environmental Ethics, “Metaethics and Environmental Policy,” Eastern meetings of the American Philosophical Association, Philadelphia.
Shockley, K. (2009, January). Conundrum of Changing Values. Three invited lectures for the Garret Club, Buffalo, NY. January 16th, “Where do our values come from,” January 23rd, “Changing Values and Changing Interpretations,” January 30th, “Value and the Environment”.
Shockley, K. (2009, May). Finding Value in the Environment.  Invited to be presented at the Inland Northwest Philosophy Conference, Pullman, Washington and Moscow, Idaho.

Trainee Conference and Meeting Presentations:

*Blersch, S.S. and Rabideau, A. J. (2009, May)“A Conceptual Model for Stream Restoration in Western New York: A Developing Case Study in the Elton Creek Watershed.” Poster presented at the 2009 AGU Joint Assembly, Toronto, ON.

*Clabeaux, B. and Bisson, M.A. (2008, September). Cadmium uptake in Charophytes: Role in phytoremediation. Poster session presented at the 5th International Symposium on Fossil and Extant Charophytes (Bisson), Rostock, Germany. Submitted to Proceedings Issue of Charophytes.
*Clabeaux, B. (2009, March). Cd uptake and tolerance: Role of Charophytes in phytoremediation.  Paper presented at the Biological Sciences Symposium, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY.
*Clabeaux, B. and Bisson, M.A. (2009, April).  Cd uptake and tolerance: The role of Charophytes in phytoremediation. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Northeast Algal Symposium, Amherst, Massachusetts.

*Drag, N. (2009, March). Great Lakes Diplomacy: A Case Study in the Evolution of Binational Environmental Diplomacy and Governance. Poster session presented at the annual Great Lakes Research Consortium Student/Faculty Conference, Syracuse, NY.
*Drag, N. (2009, March). Great Lakes Diplomacy: A Case Study in the Evolution of Binational Environmental Diplomacy and Governance. Paper presented at the annual Crossing Borders Conference, Brock University, St. Catherines, ON.
*Drag, N. (2009, April). Great Lakes Diplomacy: A Case Study in the Evolution of Binational Environmental Diplomacy and Governance. Poster session presented at the annual Great Lakes Research Consortium's Great Lakes Day, Albany, NY

*Earle, R.  (2008, May).  Commentator to Benjamin Mitchell Yellin's (University of California, Riverside) paper "Disambiguating All-Things-Considered-'Ought'-Statements".  Ohio State University Graduate Conference on Ethics, Columbus, Ohio.
*Earle, R. (2009, April).  Nature and Illusion: Ecological Restoration as Representative Style.  Paper presented at the Tenth Annual Michigan State Graduate Philosophy Conference, East Lansing, MI.
*Earle, R. (2009, April).  Theistic Incentives to Kantian Morality.  Paper presented at Gonzaga University Graduate Philosophy Conference, Spokane, WA.

*Seneca, S. M., Bronner, C.E., Ross, E., and Rabideau, A. J. (2009, May). Evaluation of zeolite permeable treatment wall for the removal of Strontium-90 from groundwater. To be presented at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Spring Meeting, Toronto, CN.

*Seneca, S. M. (2009, February). Removal of Sr-90 from groundwater using a permeable treatment wall. Presented at the University at Buffalo AGEP Research Seminar, Buffalo, NY.

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