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    • PARTIAL LIST OF RECENT INVITED SEMINARS : July 2007 - Ripple effects of fish passage restoration: Multiple secondary changes in fish habitats and river environments. National Academy of Sciences Transportation Res. Board Committee AFB60 (Water resources and the highway environment), Sanibel Island Florida
    • July 2007 - Linking ecological responses to hydrologic characteristics of rivers: Examples from studies of dam removals and PHABSIM modeling for minimum flow standards. US Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station. Vicksburg MS
    • February 2007 - Field Experiments in Large Rivers: Insights into Invertebrate Ecology & Adaptations Dept. of Biology and Environmental Science, U of Tenn. at Chattanooga, TN.
    • December 2006 - Emerging Environmental Issues in Water Resources: Dam Removals and Ocean-Climate Influence on River Resources. Water Resources/Environmental Studies Program, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY.
    • January 2006 - Field Experiments in Large Rivers Provide Insights into the Role of Biotic Interactions and Adaptations in Abiotically Dominated Ecosystems. Center for Aquatic Ecology, Illinois Natural History Survey, Champaign IL
    • January 2006 - Potential uncertainties in interpretation of Great River biocriteria: An example from the rehabilitation of the Kennebec River (Maine). USEPA Great Rivers EMAP Workshop, Cincinnati OH
    • September 2005 - Contraintes ├ęcophysiologiques de la distribution d'une esp├Ęce : Divergence parmi les populations sympatriques de Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas) et de D. bugensis dans l'estuaire et du fleuve du Saint-Laurent Quebec-Ocean, Universite Laval, Quebec
    • March 2005 - Incorporation of exported carbon by zooplankton across the waters of the Mackenzie River/Delta-coastal zone. Arctic River Delta Experiment Workshop, Quebec
    • February 2005 - From the river to the sea: Foodweb Ecology of the St. Lawrence River system. Dept. of Biology University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
    • October 2004 - Initial responses of the lower food web of the Kennebec River to dam removal and some implications for the Penobscot River-Estuary . Penobscot Dam Removal/River Restoration Science Workshop. U. of Maine, Orono
    • August 2008  Three Examples of Ecohydrology: Linking Local Fish Habitats to Landscape Patterns, Climate Change, & Dam Removals. Annis Water Resources Institute, Grand Valley State University, Muskegon MI.
    • June 2008 - A surrogate model for future regional climate change: The current affects of the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation and its influence on the ecohydrology of Great Lakes and New England rivers. 56th Annual North American Benthological Society International Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah. June 2008 - High Resolution Mapping of Spatial and Seasonal Water Quality Variability in Urban Rivers: An example from the Hillsborough River, Tampa Florida. 2nd Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology. Salt Lake Plaza Hotel, Salt Lake City, Utah. March 2008 - Hi-resolution mapping of the spatial variability in CO2/O2/N2 cdom, & chlorophyll florescence in coastal rivers. American Society of Limnology & Oceanography International Conference, Orlando FL. January 2007 - EPA supported project exploring GIS-based modeling of ungauged streams: Does topographic resolution affects hydrograph & habitat, independent of watershed & in-stream characteristics. Center for Science & Policy Applications for the Coastal Environment Workshop, USF St. Petersburg FL. January 2006 - Patterns of microevolution and displacement in a rapidly expanding species: Insights from comparative physiological ecology of zebra and quagga mussels. Annual Meeting, Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology, Orlando FL. June 2005 - Linking species distributions to the abiotic template of running waters: Contrasting physiologies underlie displacement of zebra mussels by quagga mussels in a large river-estuary. 53nd Annual North American Benthological Society Conference, New Orleans, LA. June 2004 - Poster Life on the edge: Growth and ecophysiology of Dreissena in the estuarine transition zone of the St. Lawrence river. 52nd Annual North American Benthological Society International Conference, Vancouver BC. May 2004 - Life on the edge: Growth and ecophysiology of Dreissena in the estuarine transition zone of the St. Lawrence river. 11th Annual St. Lawrence River Environmental Institute Conference, Cornwall Ontario. March 2004 - Life on the edge: Growth and ecophysiology of Dreissena in the estuarine transition zone of the St. Lawrence river. Annual Meeting of the New England Estuarine Research Society, Burlington VT. March 2004 - Poster How Does Environmental Heterogeneity Influence Widespread Populations? Evidence from St. Lawrence System. Groupe de Researche Interuniversitaire Limnologie, Montreal, QC.

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