Spring 2014

Montclair State University's Sustainability Seminar Series

DatePresenterTitle
Jan 21 Dr. Mark Chopping
Montclair State University
Multi-angle Remote Sensing of Canopy Structure and Aboveground Biomass
Jan 28 Kevin Olsen
Environmental Management PhD Candidate
Just What is an Urban Sediment?
Held in ML-155
Feb 4 Dr. Huan Feng
Montclair State University
Investigation of Metal Translocation and Accumulation in Coastal Wetland Plants
Held in ML-155
Feb 11 Dr. Nurdan Aydin
New Jersey City University
Urban Environmental Quality in Jersey City: Global Issues- Local Consequences
Held in ML-155 
Feb 18 Naz Onel
Environmental Management PhD Candidate
Antecedents of Environmentally Sensitive Consumer Behaviors: An Investigation of Goal Framing Theory
Held in ML-155 
Feb 25 Benjamin Witherell
Environmental Management PhD Candidate
Non-point Source Water Pollution Control: Social Benefit or Social Cost?
Held in ML-155
Mar 4 Luke Diglio
Environmental Management PhD Candidate
The Influence of Land Use and Land Cover On New Jersey’s Trout Production Waters
Held in ML-155
Mar 18 Dr. Urs Jans
City College of New York, CUNY
“How long do sediments stay contaminated” - Persistent chlordane concentrations in Long Island Sound sediment: Implications from chlordane, 210Pb, and 137Cs depth profiles
Held in ML-155
Mar 25 Dr. Paul Bologna
Montclair State University
Restoration, Recovery, and Mitigation of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation
Held in ML-155
Apr 1 Dr. Alexei Khalizov
New Jersey Institute of Technology
Sources and Impacts of Atmospheric Nanoparticles
Will be held in ML-155 
Apr 8 Dr. Mary DeFlaun
Geosyntec Consultants
In Situ Biosequestration of Arsenic in Groundwater
Will be held in ML-155 
Apr 15 Dr. Michael Miller
CDM Smith
Sustainable Remediation: Definitions, Methods, and Case Studies
Will be held in ML-155 
Apr 22 Dr. C.J. Liu
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Biosynthesis and Metabolic Regulation of Plant Phenolics
Will be held in ML-155 
Apr 29 William Mates
NJ Dept of Environmental Protection
The Economics of Radon Mitigation for Public Wells in New Jersey
Will be held in ML-155 

Organized by the PhD Program in Environmental Management
Venue: Science Hall Rm 102 (unless noted otherwise) at 4:00pm