Environmental Science Students, Staff, Faculty & Alumni Attend Annual Wetlands Conference
Several students, staff, faculty, and alumni from the Department of Environmental Science and Ecology attended the New York State Wetlands Forum 2023 Annual Conference and Meeting in Niagara Falls, NY, April 25- 26, 2023.
Lexi Belleville - Assessing Treatments to Increase Establishment of Native Meadow Marsh Species in a Restored Great Lakes Coastal Wetland Invaded by Typha x glauca. Additional authors: Rachel Schultz.
Andie Graham - The Impact of the Emerald Ash Borer (Agrilus planipennis) on Wetland Habitats in Western New York. Additional authors: Grace Dowdall, Michael Chislock, Paul Richards, Courtney McDaniel.
Gregory Lawrence - Application of the Great Lakes Coastal Wetland Monitoring Program to Restoration Projects in Lake Ontario Wetlands. Additional authors: Kathryn Amatangelo, Michael Chislock, Rachel Schultz, Matthew Altenritter, Douglas Wilcox, Valerie Brady, Matthew Cooper, Don Uzarski.
Lydia Sweeney - Using Spatial Analytics to Identify Floodplain Forests and Investigate Their Ecological Condition in Eastern New York. Additional authors: James Zollweg, Kathryn Amatangelo.
Kendall Hastings - The Impact of Brachypodium sylvaticum on Native Tree Seedling Regeneration in Bergen Swamp, Genesee County, New York. Additional authors: Andie Graham.
Ray Marszalek - The Effects of Japanese Knotweed on Arthropod Communities in Western New York. Additional authors: Kathryn Amatangelo.
Brayden Link - Evaluating Internal Phosphorus Loading in Mediating Algal Blooms in Look Lake, Wayland, NY. Additional authors: Michael Chislock, Dan Beers.
Adelia Baker - Wetland Restoration Impacts on Two Grasses in the Wet Meadow Zone in Lake Ontario Coastal Wetlands. Additional authors: Rachel Schultz.
Andie Graham (email@example.com)
Posted: April 27, 2023