Human-Environmental Interactions

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Day: 4/5/2019
Start / End Time: 3:05 PM / 4:45 PM
Room: Lincoln 2, Marriott, Exhibition Level
Organizers: The American Association of Geographers
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Agenda

ID Title Participant
0088 Student Workers and their Role in Sustainability at a Small Liberal Arts University: A Case Study of Southwestern University Kathryn Caudell
Southwestern University
0089 Maritime Traffic & Marine Protected Areas in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA Drew Smith
0090 What’s Up, (re)Dox? Hydrologic modeling of Arsenic contamination in Boca Raton, Florida Monty Watson
EAC
0091 Sociohydrology: a Paradigm Shift in the Understanding of Complex Human-Water Interactions? Matthew Powell
TAMU
0092 Consumer Waste: Who is Responsible? Layheab Ly
0093 The relationship between industrial structure and carbon intensity under different economic stages: a analysis based on dynamic threshold panel model Lin Zhang
0094 Developing a Campus Sustainability Action Plan: Stage II Cassandra Shields
0095 Residential Green Building for Net-Zero Emissions: Lessons from a Case Study in Western, MA Brian Conz
Westfield State College
0096 A Comparative Sustainability Assessment of Asheville, North Carolina Clifton Cross
Furman University
097 Prospects for Massachusetts Community Supported Fisheries Caroline Sulick
098 Using 360 Degree Video to Show Conservation Efforts Talia Potochny
099 The Effectiveness of Biological Corridors in El Salvador as a Conservation Model Samantha Mathews
Penn State
0100 Learning to Compost: The Efficacy of Experiential Leaning in Participatory Green Spaces to Improve Compost Participation Carly Sheinberg
Pace University
0101 Waste Disposal and Recycling in Rwanda: Challenges and Opportunities John Bodenman
Bloomsburg University
0102 Think Outside the Bulb: Modeling Solar Potential in Keene, New Hampshire Gwendolyn Thayer
0103 Keeping Fort Worth, Texas Clean: Drop-Off Station Locations for the Disposal of Excess Solid Waste Halle Leneghan
0104 Wealth and Renewable Energy: The Growing Division Within the Energy Economy Jesse Lane
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
0105 Simple Classroom Tools for Sophisticated Ideas: Sustainable Agricultural Soils as Renewable Resources John Hintz
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

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