2007 PI Research Symposium

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2007 PI Research Symposium

Thursday, April 19, 2007
Seattle, Washington

The Coastal Response Research Center hosted an open research symposium on Center-funded projects in Seattle, Washington on April 19, 2007. Principal Investigators presented their research results to date. Immediately following the Symposium, CRRC's Science Advisory Panel met on April 20 to discuss the project results thus far.

Presentations

Field Verification of SIMAP Oil Spill Fate and Transport Modeling and Linking CODAR Observation Systems Data with SIMAP Predictions - James Payne, Payne Environmental Consultants, Inc.

Dispersant Effectiveness as a Function of Energy Dissipation Rate and Particle Size Distribution - Al Venosa, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Effects of Dispersants on Oil-SPM Aggregation and Fate in US Coastal Waters - Ali Khelifa, Environment Canada

Establishing Performance Metrics for Oil Spill Response, Recovery and Restoration - Seth Tuler, Social & Environmental Research Institute

Monetary Values and Restoration Equivalents for Lost Recreational Services on the Gulf Coast of Texas Due to Oil Spills and Other Environmental Disruptions - George Parsons, University of Delaware

Acute and Chronic Effects of Oil, Dispersant and Dispersed Oil to Symbiotic Cnidarian Species - Carys Mitchelmore, University of Maryland, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Studies Using an Estuarine Turtle (the Diamondback Terrapin) to Assess the Potential Long-Term Effects of Oiling of Nests During Early Embryonic Development - Christopher Rowe, University of Maryland, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Survival Time Models Quantitatively Predict Lethal Effects of Pulsed, Short- and Long-Term Exposure to Water-Soluble Oil Spill Fractions - Michael Newman, College of William & Mary, Virginia Institute of Marine Science

Integrating Demographic and Physiological Parameters in NRDA - Victor Apanius, Wake Forest University

Relationship between Acute and Population Level Effects of Exposure to Dispersed Oil, and the Influence of Exposure Conditions Using Multiple Life History Stages of an Estuarine Copepod, Eurytemora affinis, as Model Planktonic Organisms - Gina Coelho, Ecosystem Management & Associates, Inc.

Delivery and Quality Assurance of Short-Term Trajectory Forecasts from HF Radar Observations - Newell Garfield, San Francisco State University (pending)

Measurements and Modeling of Size Distributions, Settling and Dispersions (Turbulent Diffusion) Rates of Oil Droplets in Turbulent Flows - Joseph Katz, The Johns Hopkins University

Ecology and Economics of Restoration Scaling - Charles Peterson, University of North Carolina

Development of a Numerical Algorithm to Compute the Effects of Breaking Waves on Surface Oil Spilled at Sea: Dispersion and Submergence/Over-Washing as Extremes of a Theoretical Continuum - Mark Reed, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry


Science Advisory Panel Meeting

April 20, 2007
The (University) Silver Cloud Inn - Husky Room
5036 25th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105

To view the agenda for the SAP meeting, click here>>


PI Meeting

April 18, 2007
The (University) Silver Cloud Inn - Husky Room
5036 25th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105

To view the agenda for April 18 - 20, click here>>


Questions? Please contact kathy.mandsager@unh.edu or (603) 862.1545.