Monday, November 16, 2020

Proceedings From Bucknell University Susquehanna River Symposium Now Available

Bucknell University Center for Sustainability and the Environment held their 15th Susquehanna River Symposium on November 6-7.  Proceedings from the Symposium are now available online.

Despite its name, the interests of this symposium extend well beyond the Susquehanna. It's just that over the years, this symposium has become branded the "Susquehanna River Symposium," because of its roots in the Susquehanna Coalition for Environmental Studies and its strong historical focus on the Susquehanna and the Chesapeake. 

The Keynote was provided by DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn.  Click Here to watch her presentation.

The proceedings webpage also highlights student poster and presentation winners--

-- Shannon Leininger, Penn State University Law, Creating A Better System: Managing Stormwater & Floods In PA

-- Matthew Berzonsky, St. Francis University, Analyzing The Impact Of Mine Drainage Residuals On Phosphorus Sequestration & Agricultural Production

-- Cheyenne More, University of Pittsburgh, Conservation Genomics Of PA-Threatened Baptisia australis var. Australis: An Investigation In Riparian Gene Flow

-- Donathan Hayes, Bucknell University, Genetic Diversity & Connectivity Of Chasmanthium latifolium (Poaceae) In PA & The Effect On Conservation Status

Click Here to view recordings of the proceedings.  Questions should be directed to: Benjamin Hayes by sending email to: or calling 570-577-1830 or Sean Reese by sending email to: or calling 570-577-3699.

Next year's Susquehanna River Symposium will be held November 5-6.

For more information, visit the Susquehanna River Symposium webpage.

[Posted: November 16, 2020]  PA Environment Digest

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