Please be sure to attend the Poster Sessions on April 14, 2021, Wednesday
INFORMATION FOR POSTER PRESENTERS
Poster presentations are an opportunity for students, from high school to doctoral candidate, to get involved and show some of the work that they have been doing.
DETAILS FOR PRESENTERS:
· Due to space limitations, the poster session will be limited to 40 student posters. Selection of poster presentations will be based on the quality and content of the abstracts submitted.
· Posters will be presented virtually.
· Poster must include an abstract.
· Upon acceptance, poster presenters will be required to submit a .pdf of their poster and a YouTube video of the poster presenter presenting their poster. There’s a 5 minute limitation on the YouTube video.
· Presenters must be present during the poster session on April 14 from 1:30pm - 5:00pm
JUDGING: The YouTube videos and .pdf of your poster will be posted online about a week before the Symposium for Judges to review. Posters will be judged by 3 to 5 professionals from various backgrounds. They are given scores for each of the following categories: Abstract, presentation of the material, technical content of the poster, topic originality, and format/style.
AWARDS: Awards and certificates are given to the best student poster in these categories: High School, Undergraduate, Graduate, and Doctoral Candidate. Symposium attendees will also vote for a “People’s Choice Poster Award”. Awards will be presented at the virtual Tennessee Chapter Annual Business Meeting on April 15 at 5:30pm.
Comparison of Water Quality Between Richland Creek and the Little Harpeth River in Nashville, TN. Joseph A. Elbon
Impact of Water pH on Fate and Transport of Carbon Nanotubes. Astha Sinha
Watershed-wide Stormwater Management in an Underserved Community of Tennessee through Community-University Partnership. Maci M. Arms
Towards Smart Cities: Retrofit of Urban Infrastructure for Sustainable Operation. Harvey Carmen
Flash Flooding Prediction at Cummins Falls State Park. Jason R. Gentry
Adaptation of Cave Algae to Reduced Light . Nakana'ela Morton
Operation CLEAN; Capacity Enhancement with Landscape Modification Using an Ecological Approach for Absorption and Natural Recharge. Beau Neidich
The Invasive Alga Didymosphenia Geminata Alters Larval Chironomid Diversity and Feeding Structure Wear. Peter W. Blum, IV
Dissolved Organic Carbon within Stream Waters of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Jason Brown
Factors Affecting Denitrification Estimates Within Restored Floodplain Habitats. Robert Brown
Correlations between Microcystin Toxin and Environmental Variables in the Tennessee State University Wetland. Champagne Cunningham
Automated Flood Forecasting System for Window Cliffs State Natural Area, TN. George Kwabena Darkwah
The Relation of Microbial Biomass Carbon with Denitrification and Nutrient Retention in Restored Floodplain Wetlands. Shrijana Duwadi
Water Quality Assessment of Karst Springwater as a Private Water Supply Source in Northeast Tennessee. Lukman O. Fashina
Characterizing Lampenflora from Mammoth Cave, KY, using qPCR . Brittaney Hogan
Priority Areas for Managed Aquifer Recharge by Infiltration Galleries in Eastern Arkansas. Sarah Houston
Effectively Accounting for the Effects of Urbanization in Stream Quantification Tools. Grace Long
Reconstructing Historical Wetland Surface Water Hydrographs Through Remote Sensing, Machine Learning and Cloud Computing. Collins Owusu
Smart Cities: Using Location-Based IOT and GIS Dashboards to Monitor Flooding. Chelsie D. Perkins
Evaluation of Tropical Cyclone Flood Discharges Estimated with Rainfall from Parametric Models for Flood Risk Studies. John T. Brackins