2016 UMSRS Poster Presentations

Congratulations to the 2016 Student Poster Award Winner: Kathryn Vall from North Dakota State University for her poster presentation, "Field Observations and Remote Sensing of Bluff Erosion in the Minnesota River Watershed"


The following posters were presented at the 2016 UMSRS. Links to some posters are provided below.  Access the poster abstract guide HERE.

P-01 (student): Field Observations and Remote Sensing of Bluff Erosion in the Minnesota River Watershed
Kathryn Vall, Stephanie Day, North Dakota State University

P-02 (student): Downstream variations in channel sediment and mining-lead storage in Flat River Creek, Old Lead Belt, Missouri
Ralph Hill, Robert T. Pavlowsky, Missouri State University

P-03 (student): Distribution and storage of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in detention basin sediment and impact of coal-tar sealants
Holly Duff, Robert T. Pavlowsky, Missouri State University

P-04: Culvert retrofits to enable passage through smooth bottomed culverts
Jessica Kozarek, Lydia Salus, Matt Hernick, St. Anthony Falls Laboratory, University of Minnesota

P-05: Artificial reef placement as a method for removing a beneficial use impairment within the St. Clair-Detroit River System
Ed Roseman, USGS Great Lakes Science Center, James Boase, USFWS; Jaquelyn Craig, USGS GLSC; Justin Chiotti, USFWS; Robin DeBruyne, USGS GLSC; Richard Drouin, OMNR; Jason Fischer, USGS GLSC; Stacey Ireland, USGS GLSC; Greg Kennedy, USGS GLSC; Jennifer Read, Michigan Sea Grant; USGS GLSC; Lynn Vaccaro,  Michigan Sea Grant

P-06 (student): Channel geomorphology and railroad bed disturbance along an Ozark headwater stream, Mark Twain National Forest, Missouri
Nickolas Bradley, Robert Pavlowsky, Ozarks Environmental and Water Resources Institute, Missouri State University

P-07: Multi-scale Fluvial Geomorphic Assessment Approach for Central Lowland watersheds: Two Rivers National Wildlife Refuge Case Study
Laura Keefer, Erin Bauer, Illinois State Water Survey

P-08 (student): Geomorphic analysis of headwater streams in Big Barren Creek watershed, Mark Twain National Forest, Southeast Missouri
Mathew Thies, Robert T. Pavlowsky, Missouri State University

P-09 (student): Climate-change and increased rainfall as a cause of recent channel instability in Big Barren Creek, Mark Twain National Forest
Rachel Bradley, Robert T. Pavlowsky, Marc Owen, Ozarks Environmental and Water Resources Institute, Missouri State University

P-10: Stream Restoration Toolbox: Tools, Experiments, and Future Design
Colin Phillips, St. Anthony Falls Laboratory, University of Minnesota

P-11: Urban Corridor Restoration – Adapting Creek Form to an Altered Hydrology
Craig Taylor, Limnotech

P-12 (student): Lead contamination in roadside soils and road sediment in Springfield, Missouri
Kelly Rose, Robert T. Pavlowsky, Ozarks Environmental and Water Resources Institute, Missouri State University

P-13 (student): HEC-RAS modeling to assess contaminated sediment deposition behind a riffle remediation structure in Big River, Bonne Terre, MO
Nichole Weedman, Matthew Pierson, Robert Pavlowsky, Missouri State University

P-14 (student): Spatial Analysis of Reach-Scale Factors Controlling Floodplain Contamination by Lead Mining in the Big River, Southeast Missouri
David Huggins, Robert T Pavlowsky, Ozarks Environmental and Water Resources Institute, Missouri State University

P-15 (student): Sedimentation and lead storage within an off-line floodplain basin system at the Big River Lead Remediation Structure Site
Josh Voss, Robert Pavlowsky, Ozarks Environmental and Water Resources Institute, Missouri State University