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The width of the poster must fit within 36 inches; however, the height can range from 48 inches (four feet) and 70 inches (six feet). Poster text can be printed directly on white paper or on thin, lightweight colored poster paper or cardboard. Do not use heavy board or foam core, as these materials can be difficult to display.

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PresenterAffiliationPoster Title
David AlvarezUSGSMonitoring of Legacy and Emerging Organic Contaminants in Tributaries of the Great Lakes
Helena Avila
Purdue University
Assessing the Impact of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles on Soil Microbial Communities
Kevin Bisceglia

Hofstra University
Transformations of Cocaine (and Other Drugs) in Bodies and Sewers – Pros and Cons of Biomarker Consolidation in Sewage Epidemiology
Paul Bradley

U.S. Geological Survey
Effects of Treated Wastewater Effluent on Water-quality, Sediment-quality, and Biological Condition in Spirit Creek, Fort Gordon, Georgia, USA
Younjeong Choi

Purdue University
Sorption Behavior of BPS (4,4'-Sulfonyldiphenol) and BPAF (4-[1,1,1,3,3,3-Hexafluoro-2-(4-hydroxyphenyl)propan-2-yl]phenol) on Agricultural Soils
Irmarie Cotto

University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus
Detection and Monitoring of Phthalates in Source Groundwater
Meghan O'Connor

University of Iowa
Product-to-parent Reversion of Dienogest
Kavitha Dasu

NRC Post Doctoral Fellow, U.S. EPA
Occurrence and Fate of Emerging Contaminants in Wastewater Discharges
Sushil Dixit

Environment Canada
Canadian Federal Environmental Quality Guidelines
Lisa Durso

USDA-ARS
Assessment of Antibiotic Drugs, Resistant Bacteria, and Resistance Genes in Runoff from Cattle Feedlots
Kathy Echols

USGS, CERC
Seasonal and Site Comparison of Legacy and Emerging Contaminants in Common Carp (Cyprinus carpio) from Lake Mead Nevada USA
Kathy EcholsUSGS, CERCComprehensive and Flexible Analytical Methods for Determinations of Legacy and Emerging Contaminants in Tissues and Sediments
Bill Foreman

USGS
Methods Comparison of Water Samples Collected with Discrete Methods, POCIS Passive Samplers, and CLAM Continuous Samplers for Trace Organic Compounds
Ed Furlong

U.S. Geological Survey
Pharmaceuticals and other Contaminants of Emerging Concern (CECs) in Source and Treated Drinking Waters from 25 Drinking Water Treatment Plants: Compositions, Concentrations, and Reductions
Madison Gibler

Missouri. U. S&T.
Comprehensive Benefits of Green Roofs
Carrie Givens

USGS MI-WSC
Influence of Wastewater Effluent on Proximal Microbial Community Structure and Function
Susan Glassmeyer

US Environmental Protection Agency
Chemical and Microbial Contaminants of Emerging Concern in Source Water and Treated Drinking Water of the United States
Helen Goeden

Minnesota Department of Health
Minnesota Contaminants of Emerging Concern Special Project: Screening and Prioritization of Pharmaceuticals in Water for Monitoring and Assessment
Claire Hruby

Iowa Dept. of Natural Resources
Survey of Viruses, Pharmaceuticals, and Pesticides in Iowa Groundwater
Nathan Janechek

University of Iowa
North American Measurement and Modeling of Cyclic Siloxanes
Zachary Jorgenson

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Detection and Identification of Contaminants of Emerging Concern and Their Effects to Fish and Wildlife
Laura Kammin

University of Illinois
PPCPs in the Great Lakes States and Beyond: Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant’s Five- Pronged Approach to Pollution Prevention
Wen Xin Koh

University of Iowa
Non-Aroclor PCBs in Human Sera from Populations Living in Northwest Indiana and Rural Iowa
Michal Kołtowski

Maria Curie-Skłodowska University In Lublin, Poland
Application of Biochars for Reduction of PAHs Bioavailability and Ecotoxicity in Different Soils
Rai Kookana

CSIRO
Uptake of Environmental Organic Contaminants in Ryegrass (Lolium perenne); Assessment of their Bioavailability in the Presence of Biochar
Philip Larese-Casanova

Northeastern University
Selenium Oxyanion Transformations Revealed by Oxygen Isotope Signatures and Tracing
Xhu Li

University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Biotransformation of Sulfadiazine by a Mixed Community Enriched from the Surface Soil in a Feedlot
Matthew Limmer

Missouri S&T
Phytoforensics: Analytical Techniques for Assessing Plant Contamination
Geoffrey Manani

Missouri State University
Accelerated Aging and Characterization of Carbon Nanotubes and their Composites
Andres Martinez

University of Iowa
Presence of Hydroxylated Polychlorinated Biphenyls (OH-PCBs) in Environmental Matrices
Kayleigh Millerick

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Transformation of Insensitive Munitions using Photosynthetic Bacteria and Ferrous Iron
Kellen Mobilia

University of Illinois
Mining Biological Diversity to Optimize Chlorite Dismutase for Large-Scale Water Treatment
Nicole Mohapp

University of Minnesota
Perfluorochemical Impact on Co-contaminant Toxicity
Cassiana Montagner

University of Campinas, Faculty of Technology
Occurrence of 19 Pesticides in River and Drinking Waters in Brazil
Thomas Moorman

USDA-ARS
Antibiotic-Resistance Genes in Soil and Drainage Water After Fall Application of Swine Manure in Iowa
Dagmawi Mulugeta

Addis Ababa University (Ethiopia)Chromium Removal from Wastewater Using Moringa stenopetala Seed Powder as an Adsorbent
Amanda Nienow

Gustavus Adolphus College
Photolysis on Plant Surfaces: Imazethapyr on Corn and Soybean Waxes
Jacob R. Prater

University of Wisconsin-Stevens PointImpacts of Environmental Colloids on the Transport of 17 β-Estradiol in Intact Soil Cores
S.Bl Ranneklev

Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA)
Conventional and Non-target Analysis of Tunnel Wash Water in Combination with an Inventory of Hazardous Substances Related to Road/traffic Activities
Timothy Reilly

USGS
Occurrence and Non-target Effects of Fungicides in Three Agricultural Areas in the United States
Nora Sadik

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Identifying Rotaviruses in Environmental Samples and Genomic Implications for Solar Inactivation Susceptibility
Heiko Schoenfuss

St. Cloud State University
The Behavioral and Reproductive Effects of Larval Estrogenic Exposures across Successive Generations
Heiko Schoenfuss
St. Cloud State University
Does Estrogenic Exposure Alter Swimming Behavior and Increase Vulnerability of Larval Fathead Minnows?
Heiko Schoenfuss
St. Cloud State University
Exposure To Treated Wastewater Has Subtle Effects On Fathead Minnows And Pronounced Effects On Carp
Heiko Schoenfuss
St. Cloud State University
Anatomical, Behavioral, and Molecular Responses of Minnows Exposed to Pharmaceuticals Using Field and Laboratory Approaches
Yun Shen

University of Illinois
Detachment of Legionella pneumophila from Groundwater Biofilms Grown on PVC Coupons
Naresh SinghalUniversity of AucklandRaw Water Quality: Quantitative Prediction of Hepatotoxin Production in Cyanobacteria
Magdalena Stefaniuk

University of Maria Curie-Skłodowska in Lublin
Ecotoxicological Characterization of Digestate Residues (DR) from Biogas Plant
Bailey Sullivan

Iowa State University
Effects of Chlorination and Ultraviolet Light on Tetracycline-Resistant Bacteria and tet(W) in Water
Daniel Tush

US Geological Survey
Transport Potential of Polyoxyethylene Tallow Amines Associated with the Application of Glyphosate Formulations
Pia Välitalo

Finnish Environment Institute
Feasibility of Sum Parameter Based Bioassays in Monitoring of Endocrine Disruptors in Wastewaters
Adam Ward
Indiana UniversityField Predictions of the Fate and Transport of a Photolytic Contaminant of Emerging Concern at Fourmile Creek in Ankeny, Iowa
Maurice Washington

Iowa State University
Evaluation of Agricultural Emerging Contaminants (AECs) in the South Fork Watershed of the Iowa River using POCIS
Lilan Zhang

Purdue
Aerobic Soil Biotransformation of N-ethyl Perfluorooctane Sulfonamidoethanol (N-EtFOSE) and EtFOSE-Based Phosphate Diester (SAmPAP Diester)

Last modified on July 17th, 2014
Posted on July 15th, 2014