Projects 2015 WRI Summary Report Friday, November 11, 2016Water resource infrastructure in New York: assessment, management, & planning – year 4. Software system for downloading, organizing, and analyzing online reviews of water-centric recreation areas in the Hudson River watershed Apr 1, 2015Srinagesh Gavirneni, Cornell University. See here for a Research & Policy Brief related to this project Seasonal variability of projected future climate and its impact on the freshwater discharge to the Hudson River and water residence time of the Hudson estuary Apr 1, 2015Robert Howarth, Cornell University The Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA): Structure and Effects Apr 1, 2015Richard Geddes, Cornell University. Using citizen science to map Hudson Valley waterways for violacein-producing microbes Apr 1, 2015Brooke Jude, Bard College. To learn more, download this presentation, or click on the following link to read the written report. Target and suspect screening for micropollutants in the Hudson River Estuary during a single recreational season Apr 1, 2015Damian Helbling, Cornell University. Temporal changes in spawning of the signature fishes of the Hudson River Estuary Apr 1, 2015Karin Limburg, SUNY Environmental Science & Forestry. For more information please contact the researcher directly. Septic systems, water quality, and greenhouse gas emissions Apr 1, 2015Todd Walter, Cornell University. Report available upon request. Assessment of the effectiveness of green infrastructure at improving water quality and reducing flooding at the watershed-scale Apr 1, 2015Katherine Meierdiercks, Siena College Coupling in-ditch studies and modelling to understand the landscape - wide nitrogen transport and denitrification (N2, N2O) potential of roadside ditch networks across catchments Apr 1, 2015Rebecca Schneider & Roxanne Marino, Cornell University. Analysis of biodiversity in the Sparkill Creek Watershed as a course-based service learning undergraduate experience that will enhance STEM based applications Apr 1, 2015Bernadette Connors, Dominican College. To learn more, see here for a report on the riparian vegetation restoration aspect of the project, or click on the following link to read the aquatic microbial diversity report. Determining Peak Flow Under Different Scenarios and Assessing Organism Passage Potential: Identifying and Prioritizing Undersized and Poorly Passable Culverts Apr 1, 2015Todd Walter, Art DeGaetano, Cornell University. The Importance of Field trips and cultural awareness in education: a case study at the Center for the Urban River at Beczak (CURB) Apr 1, 2015Kathleen Ruen, Sarah Lawrence College. To learn more, watch this short video on the grant program, or click on the following link to read the written report. Assessment of sediment properties in the impoundment of an aged dam in the Hudson River Watershed Apr 1, 2015Weiming Wu, Clarkson University. To learn more, watch this short video on the assessment, or click on the following link to read the written report. Public Education and Outreach on Watershed and Flood Resiliency in the Hudson River Estuary Apr 1, 2015Elizabeth LoGiudice, Cornell Cooperative Extension: collaboration across Columbia and Greene, Dutchess, and Orange Counties. Design for climate-resilient Hudson River communities Apr 1, 2015Joshua Cerra, Cornell University. Visualizing landscape change: public space and CSO's in the Hudson river watershed Apr 1, 2015Brian Davis, Cornell University.