Projects 2016 WRI Summary Report Wednesday, November 29, 2017Water resource infrastructure in New York: assessment, management, & planning – year 5. Assessing the effectiveness of green infrastructure Apr 1, 2016Emily Vail, Cornell University. Mohawk River Water Quality: Risk Evaluation of Combined Sewer Overflow and Runoff Events Apr 1, 2016Carolyn Rodak, SUNY IT. Detection and characterization of microplastics in Hudson valley surface waters Apr 1, 2016Lisa Watkins, 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, 2016Kathleen Ruen, Sarah Lawrence College. Read their article, "The Best Field Trip Ever: An Artistic and Scientific Analysis of the Value of Field Trips to an Environmental Center." You can also see their project report at the following link. Culvert assessment and modeling to aid aquatic organism passage and flood mitigation Apr 1, 2016Karin Teuffer, Cornell University Empirical Validation of the Use of Genetic Tags to Determine the Population Origin of Acoustically Tagged Atlantic Sturgeon in the Hudson River and Coastwide Apr 1, 2016Isaac Wirgin, New York University Medical Center. Public Education and Outreach on Watershed and Flood Resiliency in the Hudson River Estuary Apr 1, 2016Cornell Cooperative Extension: collaboration across Columbia and Greene, Dutchess, and Orange Counties. For a summary of outreach: Prediction of Sediment Remobilized by Removal of an Aged Dam in the Hudson River Watershed Apr 1, 2016Weiming Wu, Clarkson University. To learn more, watch a short video. Contact Brian Rahm (WRI) or Weiming Wu (Clarkson University) for the full report, or click on the following link for a summary: Land Use/Environmental Planning Field Workshop Activities, Fall 2016 Semester Apr 1, 2016George Frantz, Department of City & Regional Planning, Cornell University. Hudson Estuary Accessibility Project Apr 1, 2016Nordica Holochuck and LaWanda Cook, Cornell University. Design for Climate-resilient Hudson River Communities Apr 1, 2016Josh Cerra, Cornell University. Report available upon request. Green Infrastructure Scenarios for communities in Troy Apr 1, 2016Brian Davis, Cornell University Tributaries and sewage outfalls: Identifying the relative contribution of sources of micropollutants in the Hudson River Estuary Apr 1, 2016Damian Helbling, Cornell University. Report available upon request. Tracking Molecular Transformations of Organic Matter in Water Treatment Processes Apr 1, 2016Ludmilla Aristilde, Cornell University. For more information on results of this project, please contact the researcher. Septic systems and surface water quality Apr 1, 2016Ruth Richardson, Cornell University.