UCF's Research Cluster of Excellence for Interdisciplinary Studies on the Coastal Dynamics of Sea Level Rise

2016 EWRI Presentations


Sunday, May 22
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Monday, May 23
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8:30 am Planning and Management Posters 130795 Erin Reed (UCF), Dingbao Wang (UCF), and Steven Duranceau (UCF) Modeling Anthropogenic Boron Transport in Groundwater Flow and Discharge to the Volusia Blue Spring
2:00 pm Surface Water and Groundwater Interaction and Conjunctive Management 130470 Han Xiao (UCF) Assessing Sea-Level Rise and Precipitation Change Impacts on the Surficial Aquifer in the Low-lying Coastal Alluvial Plains and Barrier Islands, East Central Florida
2:00 pm Surface Water and Groundwater Interaction and Conjunctive Management 130481 Yin Tang (UCF) Estimating Long-term Groundwater Depletion in the High Plains Aquifer Through Seasonal Water Balance Modeling

Tuesday, May 24
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8:30 am Sustainability Posters 130615 Tonmoy Sarker (UCF) Concept Mapping of Food Waste Management Alternatives Within the Food-Energy-Water Nexus
4:00 pm South Florida Restoration Projects 131261 Dingbao Wang (UCF) A Simple Socio-Hydrologic Model for the Kissimmee River Basin in Florida
4:00 pm South Florida Restoration Projects 131291 Daljit Sandhu (UCF) Investigating Anthropogenic and Climate Change Effects on the Evolving Everglades Landscape

Wednesday, May 25
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2:00 pm Coastal Sediment Transport 130562 Kelly Kibler (UCF) Red Mangrove (Rhizophora Mangle) Recruitment into Restored Shorelines: An Investigation of Dynamic Three-dimentional Flow Hydraulics and Benthic Substrate Texture
4:00 pm Graduate Presentations 130631 Subrina Tahsin (UCF) Resilience of Coastal Wetlands to Extreme Natural Events in Apalachicola Bay

Thursday, May 26
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10:30 am Advances in Hydrologic Data Assimilation and Uncertainty Analysis 131401 Milad Hooshyar (UCF) Data Assimilation for Estimating Bottom Roughness and Bathymetry in near Shore Hydrodynamic Models

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