NY State Hudson River Estuary Program

The following projects were supported by funding made available by the Hudson River Estuary Program at the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation:

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Identifying sources of pollution and risks of waterborne pathogens in the Hudson River Watershed

Published: 
Apr 1, 2017
Ruth Richardson, Cornell University

Linking land use and climate dynamics to ecological responses of amphibians and reptiles within New York State watersheds: An integrative approach using citizen science

Published: 
Apr 1, 2017
James Gibbs, SUNY Environmental Science & Forestry

Assessing the effectiveness of green infrastructure

Published: 
Apr 1, 2017
Emily Vail, Cornell University

Community engagement through water quality monitoring along the Mohawk River 2017: Year three of a longitudinal study

Published: 
Apr 1, 2017
Neil Law, SUNY Cobleskill

Quantification and Source Identification of Microplastic Pollution in the Hudson River

Published: 
Apr 1, 2017
Lisa Watkins, Cornell University

Bacterial and viral source tracking in the Pocantico and Sparkill watersheds

Published: 
Apr 1, 2017
Bernadette Connors, Dominican College

Geospatial assessment of riparian zones: A case study in the Hudson River Estuary – Stockport Creek Watershed

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Apr 1, 2017
Lindi Quackenbush, SUNY Environmental Science & Forestry

Design for Climate-resilient Hudson River Communities

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Apr 1, 2017
Josh Cerra, Cornell University

Identifying and Prioritizing Undersized and Poorly Passable Culverts for Assessing Organism passage and flooding potential under different storm scenarios

Published: 
Apr 1, 2017
Todd Walter, Cornell University. 

Hudson Estuary Watershed Resiliency Project

Published: 
Apr 1, 2017
Cornell Cooperative Extension: collaboration across Columbia and Greene, Dutchess, and Rockland Counties. 

Support for Land Use/Environmental Planning Field Workshop

Published: 
Apr 1, 2017
George Frantz, Cornell University

Using multivariate analysis and USGS stream gage data to improve source tracking of micropollutants in the Hudson River Estuary

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Apr 1, 2017
Damian Helbling, Cornell University. 

The Socioeconomic Implications of Changing Flood Risk in the Hudson/Mohawk Watersheds

Published: 
Apr 1, 2017
The Community and Regional Development Institute, Cornell University. 

Tracking Molecular Transformations of Organic Matter in Water Treatment Processes

Published: 
Apr 1, 2017
Ludmilla Aristilde, Cornell University

Hudson Tributary Dam Removal

Published: 
Apr 1, 2017
Patrick Sullivan, Cornell University