Projects 2017 WRI Summary Report Friday, April 3, 2020Water resource infrastructure in New York: assessment, management, & planning – 2017 Summary. Using multivariate analysis and USGS stream gage data to improve source tracking of micropollutants in the Hudson River Estuary Apr 1, 2017Damian Helbling, Cornell University. For a publication based on this work, read here. Hudson Tributary Dam Removal Apr 1, 2017Patrick Sullivan, Cornell University. For more information please contact the researcher directly. Tracking Molecular Transformations of Organic Matter in Water Treatment Processes Apr 1, 2017Ludmilla Aristilde, Cornell University. For more information please contact the researcher directly. Linking land use and climate dynamics to ecological responses of amphibians and reptiles within New York State watersheds: An integrative approach using citizen science Apr 1, 2017James Gibbs, SUNY Environmental Science & Forestry. For more on this project, visit the NY Herp Atlas. Identifying sources of pollution and risks of waterborne pathogens in the Hudson River Watershed Apr 1, 2017Ruth Richardson, Cornell University. For more information please contact the researcher directly. Community engagement through water quality monitoring along the Mohawk River 2017: Year three of a longitudinal study Apr 1, 2017Neil Law, SUNY Cobleskill. For more information please contact the researcher directly. Assessing the effectiveness of green infrastructure (2017) Apr 1, 2017Emily Vail, Cornell University. Bacterial and viral source tracking in the Pocantico and Sparkill watersheds Apr 1, 2017Bernadette Connors, Dominican College. For more information please contact the researcher directly. Quantification and Source Identification of Microplastic Pollution in the Hudson River Apr 1, 2017Lisa Watkins, Cornell University. Geospatial assessment of riparian zones: A case study in the Hudson River Estuary – Stockport Creek Watershed Apr 1, 2017Lindi Quackenbush, SUNY Environmental Science & Forestry. Hudson Estuary Accessibility Project Apr 1, 2017Nordica Holochuck and LaWanda Cook, Cornell University. For more information please contact the researchers directly. Design for Climate-resilient Hudson River Communities Apr 1, 2017Josh Cerra, Cornell University. Support for Land Use/Environmental Planning Field Workshop Apr 1, 2017George Frantz, Cornell University. Hudson Estuary Watershed Resiliency Project Apr 1, 2017Cornell Cooperative Extension: collaboration across Columbia and Greene, Dutchess, and Rockland Counties. The Socioeconomic Implications of Changing Flood Risk in the Hudson/Mohawk Watersheds Apr 1, 2017The Community and Regional Development Institute, Cornell University.