Spring 2010

DatePresenterTitle
19th
Jan
Introduction  
26th
Jan
Dr. Robin Nagle
New York University
Gotham and it’s garbage:
History of the New York City Department of Sanitation
2nd
Feb
Dr. Lee Newman
Brookhaven National Lab
Using plants to address environmental issues
9th
Feb
Dr. Mahmood Barbooti
University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq
Environmental site assessment:
Basic considerations and case studies from Iraq
16th
Feb
Dr. Yang Deng
University of Puerto Rico
Explore zero-valent Iron (ZVI)/ Dioxygen (O2) Oxidative
system for environmental remediation
23rd
Feb
Mr. Lawrence Malizzi
Matrix New World Engineering, Inc.
The use of prospective restoration in the
settlement of natural resource damage (NRD) caims
2nd March Dr. Dingfei Hu
University of Iowa
Environmental source and phytoremediation
of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs)
9th March Mr. James Rossi
NYC Department of Environmental Protection
The Staten Island Bluebelt: An overview
of a unique urban storm water management system
23rd  March Dr. Dan Van
Abs New Jersey Highlands Council
Applying Science through Policy in the New Jersey Highlands
30th March Dr. Tait Chirenje
Richard Stockton College
A greenhouse gas inventory and other sustainability projects
at the Richard Stockton college campus
6th
April
Mr. Michael Nwachwukwu
PhD Candidate, Environmental Management
Assessment of heavy metals contamination in soil and the management of occupational wastes in automobile mechanic villages, Imo River basin, Nigeria
13th  April Mr. Seth Xeflide
PhD Candidate, Environmental Management
An assessment of the surface water resources potential
of New Jersey
20th
April
Mr. Ben Witherell
PhD Candidate, Environmental Management
Protecting New Jersey Water Quality: Analysis of recent changes to how the Clean Water Act is implemented in New Jersey
27th  April Dr. Mahmood M. Barbooti Recovering from the Iraqi War:
The Impact on the Environment and Health

Organized by the PhD Program in Environmental Management

Contact Dr. Dibs Sarkar (sarkard@mail.montclair.edu; 973-655-7273) for inquiries related to the seminar series