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Department Forestry and Environmental Conservation

Jillian Newman
Green Salamander Distribution, Abundance, and Physiology in the Southern Blue Ridge Mountains

11-27-2017
10:00 AM
P&A E142
Adam Coates
Forest Management in Coastal Pine Forests: An Investigation of Prescribed Fire Behavior, Detrital Chemical Composition, and Potential Water Quality Impacts

03-03-2017
01:00 PM
Lehotsky 113
Kayla Lee Wardlaw
Laboratory and Field Measurements of Copper-based Algaecide Exposures and Consequent Responses of Putative Taste and Odor Producing Benthic Algae

04-12-2017
09:00 AM
P&A E142
Roxanne Stiglitz
Application of low-cost color sensor technology in soil data collection and soil science education

05-02-2017
11:00 AM
113 Lehotsky
Kuo Pei Tsai
ALTERATIONS OF DISINFECTION BYPRODUCT PRECURSORS FOLLOWING EXPOSURES OF ALGAE TO WILDFIRE ASH SOLUTIONS AND COPPER ALGAECIDE

04-14-2017
09:00 AM
Rich Laboratory
Nic McMillan
PLANT COMMUNITY RESPONSES TO BISON REINTRODUCTION WITHIN MONTANA'S NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS

04-14-2017
01:00 PM
G-22 Lehotsky Hall
Austin Harris
MFR. Non-Thesis

04-25-2017
02:00 PM
Lehotsky Conference Room 111
Seth Mycko
Abundance modeling and diurnal movement of smallmouth bass in a regulated section of the Broad River, SC

07-30-2017
02:00 PM
Lehotsky Hall - G22
Alec Nelson
Locating Stable Sites: Climate Refugia in the Southern Appalachians

06-21-2017
09:00 AM
Lehotsky Hall 113
Garth Groshans
Accounting for soil inorganic carbon in the ecosystem services framework for United Nations sustainable development goals

09-22-2017
12:00 PM
111 Lehotsky Hall
Alyssa Calomeni
A Scaled Approach to Model Copper Pulse Exposures from Algaecides and Their Effects on the Noxious Cyanobacterium Lyngbya wollei and the Non-Target Fish Pimephales Promelas

10-26-2017
01:30 PM
Lehotsky Rm. 257
Wenbo Zhang
Effect of prescribed fire management on general water quality and aquatic biota

11-22-2017
01:00 PM
Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Sci
Snehal Mhatre
WATER-ELECTRICITY NEXUS: ASSESSING IMPACTS OF HABITAT LOSS ON FRESHWATER MUSSEL ASSEMBLAGES IN THE SAVANNAH RIVER BASIN, SOUTH CAROLINA

11-02-2017
01:00 PM
257 Lehotsky
Ben Neece
North American Bat Monitoring Program (NABat) in South Carolina: Acoustic Detection and Site-Occupancy of Bats at the Landscape Scale

11-21-2017
09:00 AM
E142 P&A
Kyla Iwinski
Kyla Iwinski

09-21-2016
02:00 PM
E142 Poole Agricultural Center
Lindsay Hill
Investigation into the Ecological and Toxicological Constraints on a Population of Lesser Flamingos at Kamfers Dam in Kimberley, South Africa

10-21-2016
09:00 AM
Room 114 Lehotsky Hall
Fumika Takahashi
Shorebird utilization of horseshoe crab eggs at Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, SC

11-09-2016
01:00 PM
P&A E-142
Leanne Burns
SEASONAL BAT HABITAT USE AND ACTIVITY IN RELATION TO PRESCRIBED FIRE AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

11-18-2016
09:00 AM
113 Lehotsky Hall
Slayton Hazard Daniel
Establishing Early Successional Habitat Management Regimes for Enhancing Endangered Wildlife Species: An Incremental Economic Analysis Approach

11-15-2016
10:30 AM
Lehotsky Hall room 111
Andrew McQueen
Mitigating Risks of Oil Sands Process Affected Water Using Hybrid Constructed Wetland Treatment Systems

09-20-2016
02:30 PM
Lehotsky Hall - Room 257
Rebecca Chandler
Soil organic carbon distribution with depth and ecosystem services

09-30-2016
01:00 PM
111 Lehotsky Hall
Juliet Lamb
Ecological drivers of Brown Pelican movement patterns and reproductive success in the Gulf of Mexico

04-12-2016
01:00 PM
E-142 P&AS
Tim Shearman
Impacts of Laurel Wilt Disease on native Persea of the southeastern United States

04-18-2016
01:00 PM
E142 P&A
Jonathan Brooks
Effect of Forest Opening Landscape Characteristics, Prey Abundance, Vegetation, and Environment on Bat Activity in Forest Openings

07-18-2016
08:30 AM
Lehotsky 113
Shefali Azad
Population Dynamics of Black Bear in Northwestern South Carolina

07-11-2016
10:00 AM
Room 113 Lehotsky Hall
Tyler Geer
Responses of Aquatic Organisms to Exposures of a Sodium Carbonate Peroxyhydrate Algaecide

07-08-2016
01:30 PM
Lehotsky Hall, room 113
Reid Heaton
Twenty-four Year Response of Forests Disturbed by Hurricane Hugo in the Coastal Plains of South Carolina, USA

07-18-2016
09:00 AM
The Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest
Brandon Stoots
State-Level Forestry Cost-Share Programs and Economic Impact of Increased Timber Outputs

08-15-2016
01:00 PM
Lehotsky, Room 111
Kristina Dunn
USE OF DIAZACON™ TO REDUCE EASTERN GRAY SQUIRREL (SCIURUS CAROLINENSIS) REPRODUCTION: A POSSIBLE NON-LETHAL ALTERNATIVE TO HUMAN-SQUIRREL CONFLICT

04-14-2015
10:00 AM
Poole e142
Susan Guynn
Exploring and measuring the benefits of hunting

04-22-2015
10:00 AM
113 Lehotsky Hall
Allen Solomons
Field Validation of LIDAR-Based Predictions of Riparian Buffer Zones

06-30-2015
11:00 AM
251 Lehotsky
Kylie Burdette
The Use of 3D Models in Forestry and Natural Resources

07-02-2015
09:00 AM
Lehotsky 251
Paul Leonard
Solutions to Spatial and Computational Challenges for Large Landscape Conservation Planning

07-23-2015
10:00 AM
113 Lehotsky Hall
Ciera Kinley
Comparative aquatic toxicity of a commercial naphthenic acid and processes for mitigating risks

08-26-2015
09:00 AM
Lehotsky Hall Room 113
Nathaniel Weaver
The influence of exurban neighborhood age on salamander assemblages and riparian plant communities in the Southern Appalachian Mountains

11-20-2015
10:00 AM
Lehotsky 113
Lauren Pile
Chinese tallow invasion in Maritime forests: understand invasion mechanism and develop ecologically based management

12-01-2015
01:00 PM
P&A E142
William Heaton
Evaluation of Blue Tilapia (Oreochromis aureus) for Duckweed (Lemna minor) Control in South Carolina

11-09-2015
01:30 PM
109 Barre Hall, Conference Room
Susan Sullivan
Management and Impacts of Wild Hogs (Sus scrofa) in South Carolina

11-19-2015
09:00 AM
Life Sciences Facility Room 242
Samantha Hart
Spatio-temporal patterns of flowering around Lake Issaqueena, SC

04-07-2015
09:00 AM
251 Lehotsky Hall