A poster session on Tuesday evening showcased 123 posters presenting work in the areas of Population Growth and Land Use Change; Climate Variability and Climate Change; Public Health Wildlife Health and Ecosystem Health; Nutrient Enrichment and Emerging Contaminants; Public Perceptions, Values, Attitudes and Socioeconomic Factors; and Water Availability and Allocation (click here to view Abstracts of posters by session).

Posters presented by 51 graduate students from the University of Florida, University of South Florida, Florida State University and North Carolina University participated in student poster competition was sponsored by Frances C. and William P. Smallwood Foundation. The following students won travel awards to present their research at National Conferences.

First Place Graduate Student Poster ($1,500):
Elizabeth Snyder (Soil & Water Science UF)
Environmental transport of biosolids-born triclocarban
Poster (PDF)

Second Place Graduate Student Posters ($500):
Andrea Albertin
(Soil & Water Science UF)
Stable isotope compositions of macroalgae, sediment and nitrate in Florida Springs
Poster (PDF)
Gaby Stocks
(Anthropology UF)
Revering Rivers: Perceptions vs. reality in an Amazonian watershed
Poster (PDF)
Christina Stringer
(Geology USF)
Controls on the chemical hydrology and associated ecological structure and function in mangroves, Indian River Lagoon, Florida Poster (PDF)