These sessions, taking place in Poster Hall A-C on the Exhibition Level, South, are centered around cutting-edge research and innovative approaches to critical water-related issues affecting both local and global communities.
Key Sessions and Their Significance:
- H31U-1770: Small Ephemeral Wetlands - Frederick Y Cheng highlights the critical role of small, often overlooked wetlands in nutrient retention, shedding light on their importance in maintaining landscape-scale ecological balance.
- H31U-1771: Soluble Phosphorus in Great Lakes - Nitin Singh presents alarming findings on the rising soluble phosphorus levels in the Great Lakes Drainage Basin, emphasizing the need for transboundary water management strategies.
- H31U-1772: Karst Springs Study - Lindsey Aman Cromwell explores the unique solute variability in karst springs, contributing vital knowledge to the understanding of these complex groundwater systems.
- H31U-1773: Watershed Properties and Sediment Timing - Arlex Marin-Ramirez discusses how structural properties of watersheds influence sediment timing and hysteresis patterns, offering insights for regional water management.
- H31U-1774: Environmental Flow Conditions - Sarah Ariano introduces a novel approach to understanding concentration-discharge relationships, crucial for managing water resources more effectively.
- H31U-1775: Agricultural Drainage Monitoring - Christina Richardson’s work on dynamic patterns in agricultural drainage waters provides new perspectives on land use impacts.
- H31U-1776: Water Quality Decline Post-Drought - Hongzheng Zhu addresses the critical decline in water quality following extreme weather events, underlining the urgency of climate resilience in water management.
- H31U-1777: Water Quality in Agricultural Basins - Chris Wellen’s integrated catchment science approach sheds light on the impairment of water quality in agricultural headwaters.
- H31U-1778: Sustainable Water Resource Development in Egypt - Mohamed Hamdy Eid Hemida employs an innovative combination of geochemical modeling and machine learning to support sustainable water resource development in Egypt's Western Desert.
- Other notable sessions include Jessica Ayers’ work on dissolved oxygen in California, Elijah Hall’s study of Chlorophyll-a dynamics, Jongmin Park’s assessment of Chlorophyll estimates in Korea, and many more.
This series of sessions is not just an academic exercise but a call to action for policymakers, environmentalists, and communities to collaborate in addressing the pressing water-related challenges of our time. The research presented here is a testament to the innovative spirit and dedication of scientists committed to protecting our most precious resource - water.
Poster Hall A-C - South, Exhibition Level, South, Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA