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Water Luncheons

Harmful algal bloom research at Stone Lab: Monitoring blooms
and determining drivers of toxin production

Justin Chaffin, Research Coordinator, Senior Researcher, The Ohio State University, Franz Theodore Stone Laboratory, Ohio Sea Grant, https://ohioseagrant.osu.edu/about/people/justin-chaffin

October 12, 2016; 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

This presentation will highlight several ongoing research projects at Stone Lab (Ohio State University and Ohio Sea Grant) aimed at monitoring blooms in Lake Erie and determining drivers of bloom formation and toxin production.

Past Luncheons

Harmful algal bloom research at Stone Lab: Monitoring blooms
and determining drivers of toxin production
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Justin Chaffin, Research Coordinator, Senior Researcher, The Ohio State University, Franz Theodore
Stone Laboratory, Ohio Sea Grant, October 2016

Building Partnerships to Accomplish Flood Mitigation, Miles Hebert, PE, CFM, LEED Green Associate, Director of Water Resources Engineering,
EMHT, Columbus OH, July 2016

Can Sunlight Attenuate Pharmaceutical Compounds Downstream
of Wastewater Treatment Plants?,
Allison MacKay, Professor, Civil, Envir & Geod Eng, The Ohio State University, April 2016

The Use of Water in Ohio’s Oil & Gas Boom, Theodore “Ted” Lozier, P.E., MBA,Chief of conservation and John Watkins, P.E., C.F.M. Conservation Engineer, Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District, February, 2016

Developing a Comprehensive Hydroclimatic Database for the Midwest and Great Lakes Region : 1915-2100, Alan F. Hamlet, Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame, October 2015

The Legion of Bloom: Algae, Remote Sensing and Lake Erie, Aurea Rivera, Imagineering Results Analysis Corporation, Dayton, OH, July 2015

Unpaved rural roads and stream water quality, Elizabeth Toman, Assistant Professor at the Ohio State University, April 2015

Project Groundwork and updates towards an integrated watershed solution: the Lick Run Valley Conveyance System, MaryLynn Lodor, Deputy Director, Greater Cincinnati Water Works, Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati, OH, January 2015

Removing microcystins from our water, a study to identify toxin-degrading bacteria in Ohio lakes, Xiaozhen Mou, Associate Professor; Department of Biological Sciences, Kent State University, OH, October 2014

Ohio River Basin Climate Change Project, James Noel, Service Coordination Hydrologist/Meteorologist, NOAA, National Weather Service, Ohio River Forecast Center, Wilmington, OH, July 2014

Assessing the Impact of Increased Climate Variability and Land Use Change on the Water and Nutrient Budget of the Upper Walnut Creek: Downscaling Climate Models to Drive Watershed Models, Gaj Sivandran, Assistant Professor, Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering, The Ohio State University, April 2014

Green-Gray Decentralized Detention Infrastructure to Control Combined Sewer Overflows, Nestor Alonso Mancipe-Munoz, University of Cincinnati, Department of  Biomedical, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, OH, January 2014