Publications and Presentations

Recent LimnoTech newsletters
Solving Water Challenges for Energy Producers (Fall 2016)
Managing Urban Stormwater (Spring 2016)
LimnoTech's 40th Anniversary (Special Issue 2015)
"Observing" the Great Lakes (Fall 2014)
Climate Change and Water Resource Management (Summer 2014)
Nutrient Management (Fall 2013)
Environmental Data Management (Spring 2013)
Chesapeake Bay Issues (Spring 2012)
Advancing Great Lakes Science (Fall 2011)
Water Resources Sustainability (Spring 2011)

Publications & Presentations by LimnoTech Staff

2017
Lofton, D.D., C. Taylor. “Improving Ecosystem Function While Balancing Societal Needs: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Stream Restoration in Dense Urban Environments.” Presented at the Upper Midwest Stream Restoration Symposium, La Crosse, WI. February 27, 2017. pdf

Weintraub, L.H.Z., H. Tao, and T.M. Redder. "Water Prism: A Tool to Assess Water Availability Risk and Investigate Water Management Strategies." Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) 1-21. DOI: 10.1111/1752-1688.12519. 2017. Link

2016
Bass, L., and W. Larson. 2016. Water Balance Targets: Exploring the role of volumetric goals in water stewardship. World Wildlife Fund and LimnoTech. Washington, DC. pdf

Blodgett, David, Emily Read, Jessica Lucido, Tad Slawecki, and Dwane Young. 2016. "An Analysis of Water Data Systems to Inform the Open Water Data Initiative." Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) 1-14. DOI: 10.1111/1752-1688.12417. Link

Boles, C.M.W., T.M. Redder, G.W. Peterson, J.F. Bratton. “Wetland Treatment in the Maumee Watershed.” Presented at Great Lakes Sedimentation Workshop. Ann Arbor, MI. June 22, 2016. Link

Boles, C.M.W., T.M. Redder, J.V. DePinto.  “BMP Evaluations in the Maumee River Using SWAT.” Presented at the ASABE 2016 Annual International Meeting, Orlando, Florida. July 18, 2016. pdf

Bratton, J.F., Verhamme, E.M., and Bridgeman, T.B. 2016. Just-in-time data delivery: Adaptation of HABs researchers to changing data sharing expectations, International Association for Great Lakes Research, 59th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, Abstracts, 6-10, June 2016, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada, p. 30. Link

Bratton, J., E. Verhamme, and P. Freedman. “Lessons from Toledo’s water crisis about dealing with algal blooms.” Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation, WEFTEC 2016, Session 411: Public Health in the Headlines, 24-28 September 2016, New Orleans, Louisiana. pdf

Dilks, D.W. “Examining Alternative TMDL Loading Scenarios with CE-QUAL-W2.” Presented at the Spokane Dissolved Oxygen TMDL Advisory Meeting, Spokane, WA. December 6, 2016. pdf

Dilks, D.W. “Spokane River Regional Toxics Task Force: What’s Been Learned, Challenges and Planning for the Future” invited presentation at the Spokane River Forum Conference, Coeur d’Alene, ID.  March 24, 2016. pdf

Crary, B., J. Champion. “Building and Applying a Modeling Tool to Develop and Inform the District of Columbia’s Consolidated MS4 TMDL Implementation Plan.” Presented at NCR AWRA Water Resources Symposium, Washington, DC. April 8, 2016. pdf

Jacobson, N., D. Bradley, S. Bell, and D. Henry. “Aquatic Invasive Species Passage Project Screening Tool.” Presented at 76th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Grand Rapids, MI. January 25-27, 2016. Link

Jacobson, N., J. Daley, and D. Bradley. 2016. “Cheaper, Easier, Better Tools for Characterizing the Thermal Plume Environment.” Pages 24.1–24.21 in Proceedings: The Fourth Thermal Ecology and Regulation Workshop. EPRI, Palo Alto, CA: 2016. 3002008550. Link

Kerr, J.M., J.V. DePinto, D. McGrath, S.P. Sowa, S.M. Swinton. “Sustainable management of Great Lakes watersheds dominated by agricultural land use.” Journal of Great Lakes Research, Volume 42, Issue 6, December 2016, pp. 1252–1259. Link

Lofton, D.D., C. Taylor, T.J. Dekker and M. Scoggins. Reintegrating Nature in a Dense Urban Environment: Restoration of Waller Creek. Oral Presentation. National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration. Coral Springs, Florida. April 19, 2016. pdf

Mykleby, P.M., J.D. Lenters, G.J. Cutrell, et al. “Energy and water balance response of a vegetated wetland to herbicide treatment of invasive Phragmites australis.” Journal of Hydrology 539 (2016) 290–303. pdf

Padilla, J.A., D.L. Bradley. “Cheaper, Easier, and Better Tools for Characterizing Receiving Water Environments.” Presented at Michigan Water Environment Association Annual 2016 Conference. Boyne City, MI. June 2016.

Palm-Forster, L.H., S.M. Swinton, T.M. Redder, J.V. DePinto, C.M.W. Boles. “Using conservation auctions informed by environmental performance models to reduce agricultural nutrient flows into Lake Erie.” Journal of Great Lakes Research, Volume 42, Issue 6, December 2016, pp. 1357–1371. Link

Rucinski, D.K., Joseph V. DePinto, D. Beletsky, D. Scavia. “Modeling hypoxia in the central basin of Lake Erie under potential phosphorus load reduction scenarios.” Journal of Great Lakes Research, Volume 42, Issue 6, December 2016, pp. 1206–1211. Link

Rucinski, D. K., E. Verhamme, J.V. Depinto, T.M. Redder, D.A. Schlea. “Modeling Ecosystem Responses to Nutrient Load Reductions using the Saginaw Bay Ecosystem Model.” Presented at IAGLR 2016 Annual Conference. Guelph, Ontario. June 2016. pdf

Scavia, D., J.V. DePinto, I. Bertani. “A multi-model approach to evaluating target phosphorus loads for Lake Erie.” Journal of Great Lakes Research, Volume 42, Issue 6, December 2016. pp. 1139–1150. Link

Selvendiran, P., T.M. Redder, W.M. Larson, P. Hicks, M. Barbee, W. Garde. “Blue Harvest Water Benefits Calculator: Quantifying Management Interventions on Coffee Farms in Central America.” Poster presentation at Specialty Coffee Association of American conference, Atlanta, Georgia. April 14-17, 2016. pdf

Slawecki, T.A.D., C. McMaster, M. Lodhi, E. Horvath, C. Hornback, B. Nakamura. “Preparing for the future of ‘smart water’ and ‘big data.’” WE&T. September 2016. pp. 88-91.

Smith, J.P., T.S. Hunter, A.H. Clites, C.A. Stow, T.A.D. Slawecki, G.C. Muhr, A.D. Gronewold.  “An expandable web-based platform for visually analyzing basin-scale hydro-climate time series data.” Environmental Modelling & Software 78 (2016) 97-105. Link

Turner, C.L., J.R. Wolfe, G.A. Burton, J. Daley, D. McAvoy. “Development of Indicators for Emerging Trace Organic Compounds.” Presented at Wayne State University Conservation Symposium, Belle Isle Aquarium, Detroit, MI. April, 2016. pdf

Turner, C.L., J.R. Wolfe, J. Daley, A. Burton, D. McAvoy. “Validation of a Framework for Evaluating the Potential Effects and Risks of Trace Organic Compounds (TOrCs) to Aquatic Life.” Presented at WEFTEC 2016 Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA. September 27, 2016. pdf

Udvardy, B.K., S. Saari. “RiverSmart Pre- and Post-Construction Monitoring of Green Infrastructure.” Presented at Virginia Water Environment Association 2016 WaterJam. Virginia Beach, VA. September 14, 2016. pdf

Verhamme, E.M., T.M. Redder, D.A. Schlea, J. Grush, J.F. Bratton, J.V. DePinto. “Development of the Western Lake Erie Ecosystem Model (WLEEM): Application to connect phosphorus loads to cyanobacteria biomass.” Journal of Great Lakes Research, Volume 42, Issue 6, December 2016, pp. 1193–1205. Link

Weintraub, L.H. “Water Resource Sustainability Metrics and Tools for the Energy Sector.” Presented at Environmental Vision - An International Electricity Sector Conference, Washington, DC, May 10 -11, 2016. pdf

Weintraub, L.H. and W. Larson. "Evaluation of Water Management Metrics for the Electric Power Sector." EPRI, Palo Alto, CA: 2015. 3002006245. Link

2015
Boles, C.M.W., J.R. Frankenberger, D.N. Moriasi. “Tile Drainage Simulation in SWAT2012: Parameterization and Evaluation in an Indiana Watershed.” Transactions of the ASABE, Vol. 58(5): pp. 1201-1213. 2015. pdf

Bradley, D., K.R. Koch, and N. Auer. “Great Lakes Larval Fish and Egg Key: New Interactive Tool for Identifying Fish Species.” Presented at IAGLR 2015 Annual Conference, Burlington, VT. May 25-29, 2015. pdf

Bratton, J.F. “Connections between Algal Blooms, Land Use History, and Glacial Lake Plains in the Great Lakes.” Presented at IAGLR 2015 Annual Conference, Burlington, VT. May 25-29, 2015. pdf

DePinto, J.V., D. Scavia.  “A Multiple Model Approach to Setting Target Phosphorus Loads for Lake Erie.” Presented at IAGLR 2015 Annual Conference, Burlington, VT. May 25-29, 2015. pdf

Foley, C.J., D.L. Bradley, T.O. Höök. "A review and assessment of the potential use of RNA:DNA ratios to assess the condition of entrained fish larvae." Ecological Indicators, Vol. 60, January 2016, pp. 346–357. doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2015.07.005. Link

Gaulke, G.L., J.R. Wolfe, D.L. Bradley, P.E. Moskus, D.H. Wahl, C.D. Suski. Behavioral and Physiological Responses of Largemouth Bass to Rain-Induced Reductions in Dissolved Oxygen in an Urban System. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Volume 144, Issue 5, 2015. DOI: 10.1080/00028487.2015.1054517. Link

Gronewold, A.D., E.J. Anderson, B.M. Lofgren, P.D. Blanken, J. Wang, J.P. Smith, T.S. Hunter, G.A. Lang, C.A. Stow, D. Beletsky, and J.F. Bratton. 2015. “Impacts of extreme 2013-2014 winter conditions on Lake Michigan's fall heat content, surface temperature, and evaporation.” Geophysical Research Letters 42, 7 pp., DOI:10.1002/2015GL063799. pdf

Klaver, P., J. Wolfe, D. Crawford, J.G. Vasconcelos. “Modeling trapped air pockets in a combined sewage storage tunnel.” Presented at the 12th International Conference of Pressure Surges: Pressure Surges, Fluid Transients & Water Hammer. Dublin, Ireland. November 18, 2015.

Koch, K.R., K. Knee, B. Adams, C. Galvarino, T.A.D. Slawecki. “GEO-Great Lakes: Gathering Momentum.” Presented at IAGLR 2015 Annual Conference, Burlington, VT. May 25-29, 2015.

Lambert, R.S., J.V. DePinto, M.T. Auer. “Managing Great Lakes Eutrophication on the Basis of Bioavailable Phosphorus.” Presented at IAGLR 2015 Annual Conference, Burlington, VT. May 25-29, 2015. pdf

Lambert, R.S., M.T. Auer, S.W. Effler, M.R. Greene, B.E. Downer, A. Kuczynski. “Onondaga to Ontario: Management of Bioavailable Phosphorus in Municipal Wastewaters for Control of Cladophora.” Journal of Great Lakes Research. Vol. 41, Issue 4. December 2015. pp. 1106–1113.Link

Lenters, J.D., J.S. Read, S. Sharma, C.M. O’Reilly, S. Hampton, D. Gray, P.B. McIntyre, S.J. Hook, P. Schneider, and GLTC Contributors. “Global Records of Lake Surface Temperature Reveal a Century of Warming.” Presented at IAGLR 2015 Annual Conference, Burlington, VT. May 25-29, 2015.

LeRose, G., R.M. O’Banion. “How to Group Watersheds in an Urban Area for Integrated Planning and Watershed-Based Permitting.” Presented at 3 Rivers Wet Weather Sewer Conference. October 7-8, 2015. pdf

Lofton, D.D., J. Walgrave, S. Choy and M. Steiger. “Pickle Pond – Remediation to Restoration in the St. Louis River Area of Concern.” Presented at the Minnesota Water Resources Conference, St. Paul, Minnesota. October 2015. pdf

Lofton, D.D., S.C. Whalen and A.E. Hershey. 2015. Vertical Sediment Distribution of Methanogenic Pathways in Two Shallow Arctic Alaskan lakes. Polar Biology 38(6): 815-827.

O’Banion, R.M. “Integrated Implementation of TMDLs for Multiple Subwatersheds and Pollutants.” Presented at SoCal SETAC Annual Meeting, San Pedro, CA. April 21, 2015.

Pia, N., M.F. Winchell, D. Dilks, M. Watzin, J. Moore, D. Sekovski. “An Evaluation of Phosphorus Critical Source Areas and Management Alternative Impacts on the Water Quality of Lake Prespa, Macedonia.” Presented at the 2015 American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) Annual International Meeting in New Orleans, LA. July 28, 2015.

Paige, K., T.A.D. Slawecki. “GLOS as an On-Ramp to the Information Superhighway.” Presented at IAGLR 2015 Annual Conference, Burlington, VT. May 25-29, 2015.

Peterson, G.P., E.M. Verhamme, A. McClure, and B. Snyder. “A real-time HABs monitoring system to support the Toledo Water Treatment Plant.” Presented at IAGLR 2015 Annual Conference, Burlington, VT. May 25-29, 2015.

Redder, T.M., J.V. DePinto, C. Boles. “Maumee Basin SWAT Modeling.” Presented at the University of Michigan Water Center WBLE Scenario Workshop. Ann Arbor, MI. June 23, 2015. pdf

Redder, T.M., J.V. DePinto, D.K. Rucinski, J.O. Grush, E.M. Verhamme. “What We Need Is an Operational Integrated Model for Lake Ontario.” Presented at IAGLR 2015 Annual Conference, Burlington, VT. May 25-29, 2015. pdf

Rucinski, D.K., J.V. DePinto, D. Beletsky, D. Scavia. “Lake Erie Central Basin Hypoxia – Modeling Response to Phosphorus Load Reduction Scenarios.” Presented at IAGLR 2015 Annual Conference, Burlington, VT. May 25-29, 2015. pdf

Schlea, D.A., E.M. Verhamme, T.M Redder, J.V. DePinto. “Assessing harmful algal bloom production in Lake Erie using linked watershed and coastal ecosystem models.” Presented at the 2015 American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) Annual International Meeting in New Orleans, LA. July 28, 2015. pdf

Schlea, D.A., J.V. DePinto, D.K. Rucinski, C.M.W. Boles, E.M. Verhamme. “Linking Watershed and Bay Models to support the Saginaw Bay Optimization Decision Model.” Presented at the 11th Annual Great Lakes Restoration Conference, Chicago, IL. September 30, 2015. pdf

Scmitt, T. “Integrating Local TMDLs with the Chesapeake Bay TMDL – The District of Columbia’s Consolidated TMDL Implementation Plan.” Presneted at the Tri-Association Conference of the Chesapeake Water Environment Association in Ocean City, MD, September 2, 2015. pdf

Slawecki, T.A.D. “Virtuous Data Management: Ensuring the Availability and Quality of Environmental Data.” Water Resources IMPACT, Vol. 17, No. 6. November 2015. pdf

Slawecki, T.A.D., D. Young, P. McClellan, B. Perez. “Sensor Data Sharing Approaches in Support of an OWDI Future.” Presented at the 2015 AWRA Annual Water Resource Conference, Denver, CO. November 18, 2015. Abstract

Spence, C.D., J.D. Lenters, P.D. Blanken, A.D. Gronewold, B. Kerkez, N.J. Froelich, W.P. Leger. “The Great Lakes Evaporation Network (GLEN): More than just evaporation.” Presented at IAGLR 2015 Annual Conference, Burlington, VT. May 25-29, 2015. pdf

Verhamme, E.M., J.V. DePinto, T.M. Redder, D.A. Schlea. “Western Lake Erie Ecosystem Model - Connecting Phosphorus Loads to HAB Biomass.” Presented at IAGLR 2015 Annual Conference, Burlington, VT. May 25-29, 2015. pdf

Weintraub, L.H. “Electric Power Sector Engagement in Water Stewardship: Drivers, Benefits, and Challenges.” Presented at “ENV•VISION Environmental Vision - An International Electricity Sector Conference.” Crystal City, VA. May 12-14, 2015. Presentation

Winchell, M., N. Pai, D.W. Dilks, N. Zdraveski, O. Cukaliev, C. Popovska, M. Watzin. Application of a coupled SWAT-BATHTUB model to evaluate phosphorus critical source areas and land management alternatives on the water quality of Lake Prespa, Macedonia. Presented at 2015 International Soil & Water Assessment Tool Conference, Pula, Sardinia, Italy. June 24-26, 2015.

2014
DePinto, J.V., A.M. Flynn, D. Karpovich, T.M. Redder, D.A. Schlea. “Development & Application of SWAT Models to Support the Saginaw Bay Optimization Decision Model.” Great Lakes SWAT Modeling Workshop, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. March 18‐19, 2014. pdf

DePinto, J.V., D. Dilks. “Load-Response Models for Establishing Site-Specific Nutrient Goals Based on Water Quality and Biological Response Variables: Model Selection Decision Tool.” Presented to U.S. EPA’s National Water Quality Monitoring Workgroup. June 18, 2014. pdf

DePinto, J.V., S.C. Chapra, C. Bell, D.W. Dilks, V.J. Bierman, Jr., K. Flynn, T.A.D. Slawecki, P.E. Moskus. “A Review of the Research and Data Needs for Improving Load-Response Models in the WERF Nutrient Modeling Toolbox.” Presented at 2014 WEFTEC Conference, New Orleans, LA. October 2014. pdf

Dilks, D.W. “Filling the Data Gaps: Looking for PCB Sources in the Spokane River.” Presented at the Spokane River Forum Conference, Coeur d’Alene, ID, November 20, 2014. pdf

Dilks, D.W. “ Saginaw Bay, Lake Erie & Truckee River: Adapting to Changing Ecosystems, Watersheds, and Economics.” Presented at the San Francisco Bay Nutrients Symposium Series. October 6, 2014. pdf

Dilks, D.W., J.V. DePinto, S.C. Chapra, C. Bell, V.J. Bierman Jr., K. Flynn, T.A.D. Slawecki, P. Moskus. “Application of Load-Response Models for Establishing Site-Specific Nutrient Goals Based on Water Quality and Biological Response Variables.” Presented at EPRI Environment Sector Winter Advisory Meeting, P53 Water Quality and Watershed Protection. February 24, 2014. pdf

Dolan, D.M. (deceased), J.V. DePinto, E.M. Verhamme, R.P. Richards, R.G. Kreis. “Trends in Phosphorus Loading to the Western Basin of Lake Erie.” Presented at IAGLR 2014 Conference, Hamilton, Ontario. May 2014. Presentation

Fakhraei, H., C.T. Driscoll, P. Selvendiran, J.V. DePinto, J. Bloomfield, S. Quinn, H.C. Rowell. 2014. “Development of a total maximum daily load (TMDL) for acid-impaired lakes in the Adirondack region of New York.” Atmospheric Environment 95 (2014) 277-287. pdf

Flynn, Kyle F., Michael W. Suplee, Steven C. Chapra, and Hua Tao. 2014. Model-Based Nitrogen and Phosphorus (Nutrient) Criteria for Large Temperate Rivers: 1. Model Development and Application. Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) 1-26. DOI: 10.1111/jawr.12253. pdf

Freedman, P.L. “Business Values Water and Is Investing to Protect It.” In The Value of Water: A Compendium of Essays by Smart CEOs, edited by Donna Vincent Roa & The Value of Water Coalition (pp. 21-27). Vincent Roa Group, LLC. 2014.

Hayter, Earl, Karl Gustavson, Steve Ells, Joseph Gailani, John Wolfe, Tim Dekker, and Todd Redder. Technical Guidelines on Performing a Sediment Erosion and Deposition Assessment (SEDA) at Superfund Sites. Prepared for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center. September 2014. pdf

Koch, K., G.R. Faveri, N.G. Granneman, K. Paige, and T.A.D. Slawecki. “GEO Great Lakes: A Framework for Bi-national Data Sharing.” Presented at IAGLR 2014 Conference, Hamilton, Ontario. May 2014. Abstract

Mericas, D., P. Sturman, M. Lutz, S. Corsi, C. Cieciek, J. Boltz, E. Morgenroth. 2014. Airport Cooperative Research Program Report 115: Understanding Microbial Biofilms in Receiving Waters Impacted by Airport Deicing Activities. Washington DC, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies.

Redder, T.M., A.M. Flynn, D.A. Schlea, J.V. DePinto. “Application of an Enhanced, Fine-Scale SWAT Model to Target Land Management Practices for Maximizing Pollutant Load Reductions in the Tiffin River Watershed.” Presented at IAGLR 2014 Conference, Hamilton, Ontario. May 2014. Presentation

Rucinski, D.K., D. Scavia, J.V. DePinto, D. Beletsky. Modeling Lake Erie’s hypoxia response to nutrient loads and meteorological variability. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 2014. pdf

Rucinski, D.K., T.M. Redder, J.V. DePinto, and H. Tao. “Assessing the Impact of Potential Climate Change on Shoreline Ecosystems of the Upper Great Lakes with an "Integrated Ecological Response Model." Presented at IAGLR 2014 Conference, Hamilton, Ontario. May 2014. Presentation

Scavia, D., J. D. Allan, K. K. Arend, S. Bartell, D. Beletsky, N. S. Bosch, S. B. Brandt, R. D. Briland, I. Daloğlu, J. V. DePinto, D. M. Dolan, M. A. Evans, T. M. Farmer,D. Goto, H. Han, T. O. Höök, R. Knight, S. A. Ludsin, D. Mason, A. M. Michalak, R. P. Richards, J. J. Roberts, D. K. Rucinski, E. Rutherford, D. J. Schwab, T. Sesterhenn, H. Zhang, Y. Zhou. 2014. Assessing and addressing the re-eutrophication of Lake Erie: Central Basin Hypoxia. Journal of Great Lakes Research. Volume 40, Issue 2, June 2014, Pages 226–246. Link

Schlea, D.A., A.M. Flynn, T.M. Redder, J.V. DePinto, B.D. Lord. “Development, calibration, and application of an enhanced, fine-scale SWAT model to target land management practices for maximizing pollutant reduction in the Tiffin River watershed.” Presented at the 2014 American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) Annual International Meeting in Montreal, Quebec. July 14, 2014. Poster.

Schlea, D.A., J. Martin, A. Ward, L. Brown, S. Suter. “Performance and Water Table Responses of Retrofit Rain Gardens.” Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 19(8). 2014.

Schmitt, T., J. Champion. “The District of Columbia's Consolidated TMDL Implementation Plan - A Methodology for Addressing Multiple MS4 WLAs.” Presented at WEFTEC 2014, New Orleans, LA. September 2014. pdf

Slawecki, T.A.D., J.P. Smith, A.D. Gronewold, G. Wang, K. Paige, and D.K. Rucinski. “Web interface to assist with the periodic assessment of withdrawals, consumptive uses, and diversions per the Great Lakes - St. Lawrence River Basin Sustainable Water Resources Agreement." Presented at IAGLR 2014 Conference, Hamilton, Ontario. May 2014. Abstract

Van Cleave, K., J.D. Lenters, J. Wang, and E.M. Verhamme. “A regime shift in Lake Superior ice cover, evaporation, and water temperature following the warm El Niño winter of 1997–1998.” Limnology and Oceanography, 59(6), 2014, 1889–1898. pdf

Verhamme, E.M., J.V. DePinto, T.M. Redder, J. Grush. “Western Lake Erie Ecosystem Model (WLEEM):  Insights from 2011, 2012, and 2013.” Presented at IAGLR 2014 Conference, Hamilton, Ontario. May 2014. Presentation

Weintraub, L.H. "Application of Water Prism, a Decision Support System for Examining Strategies to Address Water, Energy, Food and
Ecosystem Security Challenges." Presented at World Water Week, Stockholm, Aug. 31- Sep. 5, 2014. Presentation Abstract

Weintraub, L.H. Water Prism Volume 3: Enhancements and Western U. S. Prototype Application. EPRI, Palo Alto, CA: 2014. 3002003755. Link

Walgrave, J., and N.B. Grewe. “Mission Creek: Flood Risk Reduction and Streambank Restoration.” Land and Water Magazine. September/October 2014. pp. 29-33. Link

Wolfe, J.R. “Application of Site Screening Tools to Evaluate Ecological Effects from Trace Organics in the Aquatic Environment.” Presented to the Consortium for Research and Education on Emerging Contaminants as a webinar. March 13, 2014. pdf

Wolfe, J.R., C.L. Turner, and D.L. Bradley, A. Burton, D. McAvoy. “Are Trace Organic Compounds (TOrCs) a Risk to Your Aquatic Life? A Framework for Evaluating the Potential Effects of Trace Organics.” Presented at 2014 WEFTEC Conference, New Orleans, LA. October 1, 2014. pdf

Wolfe, J.R., J.V. DePinto, D.W. Dilks, and T.A.D. Slawecki. “Operational Ecosystem Modeling to Support Adaptive Management – Lessons from 40 Years of Decision Support in the Great Lakes.” Presented at the Bay Delta Science Conference, Sacramento, CA. October 30, 2014. pdf

2013
Barabás, N., T. Redder, J.V. DePinto, J.R. Wolfe, P. Adriaens, S. Wright, and C. Gruden. "Gas Ebullition in Sediments – An Overview." Invited presentation.  Battelle 7th International Conference on Remediation of Contaminated Sediments, Dallas, TX. February 2013. pdf

Bierman, V.J. Jr., D. Scavia. “Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico: Benefits and Challenges of Using Multiple Models to Inform Management Decisions.” Presented at Multiple Models for Management (M3.2) in the Chesapeake Bay. Annapolis, MD. February 25, 2013. pdf

Bourne, H., P. Bradley, D. Herrema, and J. Wolfe. “Sediment Sites, Water Quality Standards, and the Regulation of CSOs. Presented at the Seventh International Conference on Remediation of Contaminated Sediment, Dallas, Texas. February 5, 2013. pdf

Cerco, C.F., T. Threadgill, M.R. Noel, S.C. Hinz. “Modeling the pH in the tidal fresh Potomac River under conditions of varying hydrology and loads.” Ecological Modelling, Volume 257, May 24, 2013, pp. 101–112. pdf

DePinto, Joseph V., Steven C. Chapra, Clifton Bell, David W. Dilks, Kyle Flynn, Victor J. Bierman Jr., Tad Slawecki, Penelope Moskus. 2013. Load-Response Models for Establishing Site-Specific Nutrient Goals based on Water Quality and Biological Response Indicators. Proceedings paper for WEFTEC 2013, Chicago, IL. pdf

DePinto, J.V., V.J. Bierman Jr., D.W. Dilks, P.E. Moskus, T.A.D. Slawecki, C.F. Bell, W.C. Chapra, K.F. Flynn. 2013.  Modeling Guidance for Developing Site-Specific Nutrient Goals. Final Technical Report of Project #LINK1T11 prepared for Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF), Alexandria, VA. 326 pp. pdf

Dilks, D.W. (Presenter). WERF Nutrient Modeling Toolbox: Briefing for States. Webinar. June 18, 2013. WERF. pdf

Flynn, A. Tiffin River Great Lakes Tributary Modeling Program. Great Lakes Sedimentation Workshop. Ann Arbor, Michigan. May 15, 2013. pdf

Flynn, A. and T. Redder. Agricultural Watershed Modeling Zumbro & Maumee. Midwest Watershed Modeling User Group Meeting. St. Paul, Minnesota. March 1, 2013. pdf

Flynn, A.M., T. Redder, J.V. DePinto, D.A. Schlea, B.D. Lord, L.H. Weintraub. “Application of an Enhanced, Fine-Scale SWAT Model to Target Land Management Practices for Maximizing Pollutant Reduction and Conservation Benefits.” 5th National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration. Schaumburg, Illinois. July 30, 2013. pdf

Greenfield, B.K., A.R. Melwani, R.M. Allen, D.G. Slotton, S.M. Ayers, K.H. Harrold, K.C. Ridolfi, A. Jahn, J.L. Grenier, M.B. Sandheinrich. “Seasonal and annual trends in forage fish mercury concentrations, San Francisco Bay.” Science of the Total Environment 444 (2013) 591–601. February 2013. pdf

Lenters, J.D., J.B. Anderton, P. Blanken, C. Spence, and A.E. Suyker, 2013: Assessing the Impacts of Climate Variability and Change on Great Lakes Evaporation. In: 2011 Project Reports. D. Brown, D. Bidwell, and L. Briley, eds. Available from the Great Lakes Integrated Sciences and Assessments (GLISA) Center: http://glisaclimate.org/media/GLISA_Lake_Evaporation.pdf

LimnoTech, 2013. Tiffin River Great Lakes Tributary Modeling Program Development and Application of the Tiffin River Watershed Soil and  Water Assessment Tool (TRSWAT). Technical Report prepared for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Buffalo District under contract to Ecology & Environment, Inc. 151 pp. pdf

LimnoTech, 2013. Development of an Integrated Modeling Approach for Quantifying the GLRI Deposition Metric: Pilot Application to Toledo Harbor. Final Technical Report prepared for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Buffalo District under contract to Ecology & Environment, Inc.
125 pp. pdf

Lofton, D.D., S.C. Whalen A.E. Hershey. 2013. Effect of temperature on methane dynamics and evaluation of methane oxidation kinetics in shallow Arctic Alaskan lakes. Hydrobiologia.  DOI 10.1007/s10750-013-1663-x.

Redder, T.M., J.V. DePinto, R.D. McCulloch, J. Grush, J. Ibershoff. “Development, Calibration, and Application of Integrated Modeling Tools for Assessing Current and Future Sedimentation Conditions in Great Lakes River Mouth Systems.” Presented at IAGLR 2013 Conference, West Lafayette, IN. June 6, 2013. pdf

Redder, T.M., R.D. McCulloch, J.O. Grush, J.N. Ibershoff, J.V. DePinto. Development of Sediment Transport Tools for Assessing Current and Future Sedimentation in Great Lakes River Mouth Systems. Presented at Battelle Sediments Conference, Dallas, TX. February 4, 2013. pdf

Rozza, J.P., B.D. Richter, W.M. Larson, T.M. Redder, K. Vigerstol , P. Bowen. “Corporate Water Stewardship: Achieving a Sustainable Balance.” Journal of Management and Sustainability; Vol. 3, No. 4; 2013. November 18, 2013. website. pdf

Schlea, D.A., T.M. Redder, J.V. DePinto, P. Selvendiran. “Quantifying Relationships between Agricultural Management Practices in the Maumee Watershed and Coastal Ecological Endpoints in Western Lake Erie Using SWAT.” Presented at the 2013 American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) Annual International Meeting in Kansas City, MO. July 23, 2013. pdf

Skripnik, S. and E. Woldemariam. “Bloomingdale Neighborhood Flooding Mitigation in Washington, DC.” Presented at the Federal Water Quality Association meeting. Washington, DC. December 12, 2013. pdf

Verhamme, E.M. Overview of Nearshore Buoys in Lake Michigan. NWS Webinar, Tuesday, August 13, 2013. pdf

Weintraub, L.H. Water Prism Volume 2: Prototype Applications. EPRI, Palo Alto, CA: 2013. 3002002120. report

Whalen, S.C., D.D. Lofton, G.E. McGowan, and A. Strohm. 2013. Microphytobenthos in Shallow Arctic Lakes: Fine-Scale Depth Distribution of Chlorophyll a, Radiocarbon Assimilation, Irradiance, and Dissolved O2. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 45(2): 285-295.

Wolfe, J.R. “National Trends and Big Picture Issues.” Presented at Source Control/Environmental Quality/Laws ~ Science ~ Implementation.” Seattle, Washington. December 16, 2013. pdf

Wolfe, J., D. Bradley, P. Moskus, C.D. Suski, G.L. Gaulke, D.H. Wahl. “The Effect of Wet Weather Driven Dissolved Oxygen Sags on Fishes in Urban Systems.” Presented at Water Environment Research Federation 2013 Research Forum. Chicago, IL. January 30, 2013. pdf

2012
Bierman, V.J. Jr., S.C. Hinz, A.M. Flynn, C.F. Cerco, T.L. Threadgill. “Blue-Green Algal Group Dynamics in the Tidal Fresh Potomac River.” Presented at the Chesapeake Modeling Symposium 2012, Annapolis, MD. May 21-22, 2011. pdf

Denkenberger, J.S., C.T. Driscoll, B.A. Branfireun, C.S. Eckley, M. Cohen, P. Selvendiran. 2012. “A synthesis of rates and controls on elemental mercury evasion in the Great Lakes Basin.” Environmental Pollution 161 (2012) 291-298. pdf

DePinto, J.V., A.M. Flynn, L.H. Weintraub, T.M. Redder, E.M. Verhamme. “Maumee River Basin Modeling.” Presented as part of a Great Lakes Tributary Modeling Program Informational Webinar for NRCS Partners (OH, PA, and NY). November 30, 2012. pdf

Dilks, D.W.”Water Quality Modeling CE-QUAL-W2, TMDLs and Bioavailability.” Presented at the Biologically Available Phosphorus (BAP) Workshop, Spokane County Resource Center. May 3, 2012. pdf

Dunkin, J.S. “2009 & 2011 Geotechnical Feasibility Studies, Offshore & Onshore AEP Cook Nuclear Power Plant, Bridgman, Michigan.” Presented at the MSPE Engineers Week meeting with ASCE and AACE. February 23, 2012.

Dunkin, J.S. "2009 & 2011 Geotechnical Feasibility Studies, Offshore & Onshore AEP Cook Nuclear Power Plant, Bridgman, Michigan.”  Presented at the AIPG Annual Meeting. November 29, 2012.

Flores, H.E., S. Hornor, R.M. O'Banion, K. Neidhardt. “Volunteer Post-Construction Monitoring of Stormwater Attenuation in a Regenerative Step Pool Storm Conveyance System Retrofit.” Presented at WEF Stormwater Symposium 2012, Baltimore, MD. July 18 – 20, 2012. pdf

Larson, W.M., P.L. Freedman, V. Passinsky, E. Grubb and P. Adriaens. “Mitigating corporate water risk: Financial market tools and supply management.” Water Alternatives 5(3): 582-602. October 2012. pdf

Lautenbach, D.J., P.R. Klaver, J.G. Vasconcelos, S.J. Wright. “Numerical and Experimental Analysis of Surge, Transient, and Trapped Air Phenomena in Two Large Wastewater Storage Tunnels,” in 2012 Proceedings: North American Tunneling, edited by Matthew Fowler, Robert Palermo, Robert Pintabona and Michael Smithson Jr. Englewood, CO; Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration. 2012.

Moskus, P.E. “Applicability of Water Stewardship Tools to Large Industries: Great Lakes Case Studies.” Presented at the Sustainable Water Resources Roundtable Meeting, Washington DC, May 2012. pdf

Nemura, A.D., J.M. Rutyna. “Enforcement: Why You Should Do Your Own Reporting.” Presented at the MWEA Wastewater Administrators’ Conference, Frankenmuth, MI. January 20, 2012. pdf

Redder, T.M., A.M. Flynn, J.V. DePinto, P. Selvendiran. “Representing Ephemeral Gully Erosion in SWAT: Implications for Modeling Agricultural Management Practices in the Maumee River Watershed.” Presented at IAGLR 2012 Conference, Cornwall, ON. May 16, 2012. pdf

Schmitt, T., H. Bourne. “Integrating Local Priorities into Planning for the Chesapeake Bay TMDL Phase II Watershed Implementation Plan.” Presented at WEFTEC 2012, New Orleans, LA. October 2012. pdf

Towey, T.P., N. Barabás, A. Demond, A. Franzblau, D.H. Garabrant, B.W. Gillespie, J. Lepkowski, P. Adriaens. “Polytopic vector analysis of soil, dust, and serum samples to evaluate exposure sources of PCDD/Fs.”Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Vol. 31, No. 10, October 2012, pp. 2191–2200.

Weintraub, L.H. “Improving Watershed Models through Stakeholder Involvement.” Presented at 50 Years of Watershed Modeling: Past, Present, and Future, an Engineering Conferences International conference, Boulder, CO. September 25, 2012. pdf

Weintraub, L.H. Water Prism Volume 1: Tool Development. EPRI, Palo Alto, CA: 2012. 1023771. pdf

Weintraub, L.H., T.M. Redder, H. Tao, and R. Goldstein. “Water Prism: A Decision Support System for Examining Benefits of Multi-Sector Water-Saving Strategies.” Presented at the AWRA 2012 Annual Conference, Jacksonville, FL. November 13, 2012. pdf

2011
Arend, K.K., D. Beletsky, J.V. DePinto, S.A. Ludsin, J.J. Roberts, D.K. Rucinski, D. Scavia, D.J. Schwab, and T.O. Höök. Seasonal and interannual effects of hypoxia on fish habitat quality in central Lake Erie. Freshwater Biology, 56:366-383. 2011. pdf

Bierman, V.J. Jr., A.M. Flynn, S.C. Hinz, C.F. Cerco, T.L. Threadgill. “Modeling Algal Dynamics in the Tidal Fresh Potomac River.” Presented at the Metropolitan Council of Governments, Washington, D.C., July 11, 2011. pdf

Bierman, V.J. Jr., A.M. Flynn, S.C. Hinz, J.V. DePinto, C.F. Cerco, T.L. Threadgill. “Revised Algal Model Calibration for the Potomac River Estuary.” Presented to EPA/Chesapeake Bay Program Modeling Subcommittee, Annapolis, MD. April 5, 2011. pdf

Bourne, H.L. “Chesapeake Bay TMDL: Development of a Comprehensive Implementation Program.” Maryland Water Monitoring Council Conference. North Linthicum , MD. December 1, 2011. pdf

Characklis , Gregory, Peter Adriaens, John Braden, Jennifer Davis, Bruce Hamilton, Joseph Hughes, Mitchell Small, John Wolfe. "Increasing the Role of Economics in Environmental Research (or Moving Beyond the Mindset that Economics = Accounting)." Environmental Science & Technology. 2011.

DePinto, J.V., T.J. Dekker, S. Ruberg, M. Colton, D. Schwab, J. Read. “Near-Term Design of the Great Lakes Observing System Enterprise Architecture.” Presented at Coast Zone 2011 Conference. July 2011. pdf 

DePinto, J.V., T. Dekker, S. Ruberg, M. Colton, J. Read. “Near-Term Design of the Great Lakes Observing System Enterprise Architecture.”  54th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research. Duluth, MN. May 30, 2011. pdf

DePinto, J.V., T. Redder, D. Rucinski, H. Tao, S. Mackey. “Assessing the Ecological Impact of Basin Supplies and Regulation on the Upper Great Lakes System with an Integrated Ecological Response Model (IERM2).” 54th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research. Duluth, MN. May 30, 2011. pdf

DePinto, J.V., T.M. Redder, E.M. Verhamme. “Development and Application of an Integrated Modeling Framework (A2EM) to the Lower Maumee River – Lake Erie Western Basin System.” Presented at Coast Zone 2011 Conference. July 2011. pdf

DePinto, J.V., T.M. Redder, E.M. Verhamme, J.O. Grush, R.D. McCulloch. “Development of a Linked Hydrodynamic – Sediment Transport – Water Quality Model for the Lower Maumee River and Western Lake Erie Basin.” Invited presentation at Annual USACE 516e PI meeting. Ann Arbor, MI. May 18, 2011. pdf

Dilks, D. W. “Evolution of U.S. Water Pollution Control.” Invited presentation at University of Michigan 2011 Global Sustainability Conference: Developing Global Sustainability - U.S./China Partnerships, Ann Arbor, MI. May 2011. pdf

Dilks, D.W. and R. Thomas James. “Parameter uncertainty in a highly parameterized model of Lake Okeechobee.” Lake and Reservoir Management. Volume 27, Issue 4, 2011. DOI:10.1080/07438141.2011.632706.

Larson, Wendy. Briefing on Water Stewardship for U.S. Congressional Briefing Series. Sponsored by the International Conservation Caucus Foundation (ICCF). April 2011. website

LimnoTech, Applied Science Associates, Clarkson University, Michigan Tech Research Institute, University of Minnesota – Duluth. Design Report: Near-Term Design of the Great Lakes Observing System Enterprise Architecture. Prepared for NOAA-GLERL, Contract Number: WC133R-10-CN-0350. June 30, 2011. Overview Executive Summary Final Report

McCulloch, R., D.J. Lautenbach, T.J. Dekker, B. Dick, I. Jewel, I. Peszlen and P. Simon. “ Evaluation of Bank Stability and Entrainment Rate using Multiple Assessment Tools.” Paper presented at the Battelle 6th International Conference on Remediation of Contaminated Sediments, New Orleans, LA. February 2011.

Redder, T.M., J.V. DePinto, R.D. McCulloch, J.O. Grush. “Calibration and Application of a Fine-Scale Model to Evaluate Sediment Dynamics in Toledo Harbor and the Western Basin of Lake Erie.” Presented at IAGLR 2011 Conference, Duluth, MN. June 1, 2011. pdf

Reutter, J.M., J. Ciborowski, J.V. DePinto, D. Bade, D. Baker, T.B. Bridgeman, D.A. Culver, S. Davis, E. Dayton, D. Kane, R.W. Mullen, C.M. Pennuto. “Lake Erie Nutrient Loading and Harmful Algal Blooms: Research Findings and Management Implications.” Final Report of the Lake Erie Millennium Network Synthesis Team Ohio Sea Grant College Program, The Ohio State University, Technical Summary Number: OHSU‐TS‐060. June 14, 2011. pdf 

Rucinski, D.K., J.V. DePinto, D. Beletsky, D. Scavia. “Application and Comparison of 3D Eutrophication Models for Lake Erie.”  54th Annual Conference on Great Lakes research. Duluth, MN. May 30, 2011. pdf

Towey, T.P., N. Barabás, P, Adriaens, A. Demond, X. Jiang, A. Franzblau, D. Garabrant, B. Gillespie, J. Lepkowski. “Multiple Linear Regression of PCDD/F Patterns in UMDES Serum Samples.” Presented at Battelle Sediments Conference, New Orleans, LA. February 2011. pdf

Vanderploeg, H.A., J.V. DePinto, and T.H. Johengen. “Development of an Ecosystem Management Model for Lake Michigan – Balancing Nearshore Water Quality and Offshore Fisheries Interests in a Dreissenid Dominated Ecosystem.” Presented at Coast Zone 2011 Conference. July 2011. pdf

Verhamme, E., J.V. DePinto, T.M. Redder. “Development of a fine-scale ecosystem model of Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron.”  54th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research. Duluth, MN. May 30, 2011. pdf

Weintraub, L.H., A.M. Flynn, P. Selvendiran, J. V. DePinto. “Evaluation of Blanchard River Watershed sediment and nutrient loading under baseline and improved management conditions.” 54th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research. Duluth, MN. May 30, 2011. pdf

Wolfe, J.W., G. Characklis, P. Adriaens, J. Braden, J. Davis, B. Hamilton, J. Hughes, and M. Small, "Increasing the Role of Economics in Environmental Research (or moving beyond the mindset that Economics = Accounting)." Environmental Science and Technology, 45 (15), pp 6235–6236. 2011. pdf

Wolfe, J.W., N. Barabas, J. Kern, and T. Thornburg. “Evolution of Spatial Mapping of the Lower Fox River, Operable Units 3 &4.” Presented at Battelle Sediments Conference, New Orleans, LA, February 10, 2011. pdf

Wolfe, J.W., T.J. Dekker, T.M. Redder, and E. Hayter. “Preview of Forthcoming Guidance Document: ‘Performing a Sediment Erosion and Deposition Assessment (SEDA) at Superfund Sites’” Presented at the Sediment Management Workgroup Sponsor Forum, Philadelphia, PA. October 6, 2011. pdf

2010
Barabás, N., J.R. Wolfe and J. Kern. “Improvement in Estimated Deposit Boundaries and Depths Using Optimized Infill Sampling of PCB Contaminated Sediments of the Lower Fox River.” Presented at the SETAC North America 31st Annual Meeting, Portland, OR. November 2010. pdf

Barabás, N., J.S. Helfand, J.S. Dunkin, P. Turnham, and J. Griffin. “A tiered approach to fingerprinting dioxins: Distinguishing between an HCP manufacturing source and a barrel reconditioning facility.” Presented at the SETAC North America 31st Annual Meeting, Portland, OR. November 2010. pdf

Bierman, V.J. Jr., A.M. Flynn, S.C. Hinz, J.V. DePinto, C.F. Cerco, T.L. Threadgill. “Revised Algal Speciation Model for the Potomac River Estuary.” Presented at the Chesapeake Modeling Symposium 2010, Annapolis, MD, May 10-11, 2010. pdf

Canale, R.P., T.M. Redder; W. Swiecki; and G. Whelan. “Phosphorus Budget and Remediation Plan for Big Platte Lake, Michigan.” ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. September/October 2010, Vol. 136, No. 5. pp. 576-586. pdf

Clark, C., B.E. Busiek, P. Adriaens. “Quantifying Thermal Impacts of Green Infrastructure: Review and Gaps.” Presented at WEF 2010 Cities of the Future/Urban River Restoration Conference, Cambridge, MA. March 8, 2010. pdf

Dekker, T.J., D.J. Lautenbach, P. Selvendiran, J.O. Grush, S.I. Apfelbaum, G. Shepard and B. Webster. “Evaluating Hydrology, Flooding, Sediment Transport and Ecology within the Lower Don Lands Naturalization Project”. Paper presented at 53rd Annual Conference of International Association of Great Lakes Research, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON. May 17-21, 2010.

DePinto, J.V., E.M. Verhamme. Synthesis of Science and Monitoring in Lake Huron from 2007-2010. LimnoTech report prepared for the Lake Huron Binational Partnership under contract to the International Joint Commission. September 30, 2010. pdf

DePinto, J.V., R.D. McCulloch, T.M. Redder, J.R. Wolfe and T.J. Dekker. “Deposition and Resuspension of Particles and the Associated Chemical Transport across the Sediment-Water Interface.” Chapter 10 in Handbook of Chemical Mass Transport in the Environment, edited by L.J. Thibodeaux and D. Mackay. New York, CRC Press/Taylor and Francis Group. October 2010.

DePinto, J.V., T.M. Redder, H. Tao, C.L. Turner, D.L. Swackhamer, D.L. Carlson. “Development and Application of a Multi-media Screening Model for Chemicals of Emerging Concern in the Great Lakes Basin (GLMOD).” Presented as part of the Atmospheric Toxics Webinar Series, Great Lakes Air Deposition Program. November 30, 2010. pdf

Dilks, D.W. “Multi-Party Negotiations to Resolve Water Quality Issues.” Invited presentation at University of Michigan School of Law, Ann Arbor, MI. November 17, 2010. pdf

Dilks, D.W. “Navigating Clean Water Act Regulations.” Presentation at Nutrient Removal Seminar. Canton, OH.  December 9, 2010. pdf

Dittman, J. A., J. B. Shanley, C. T. Driscoll, G. R. Aiken, A. T. Chalmers, J. E. Towse, and P. Selvendiran. "Mercury dynamics in relation to dissolved organic carbon concentration and quality during high flow events in three northeastern U.S. streams." Water Resour. Res., 46, W07522, doi:10.1029/2009WR008351. 2010. pdf

Klaver, P.R. “Modeling Helps Tame Surges in Rapidly Filling Storage Tunnels.” Tunneling & Underground Construction. Vol. 4, No. 1, March 2010. pp. 36-42. pdf

Larson, W.M., B. Richter, S. Birner, and P. Selvendiran. Water Footprint Assessments: Dehydrated Onion Products and Micro-Irrigation Systems. Prepared in collaboration with The Nature Conservancy for Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd. and International Finance Corporation. September 2010. pdf

Lautenbach, D.H., J.K. Marr, P.R. Klaver, J.F. Cassidy, and D. Crawford. “A Tale of Two Capitals: Modeling Helps Designers Manage Strong Surge and Pneumatic Forces in Deep Combined Sewer Storage Tunnels.” North American Tunneling: 2010 Proceedings, edited by L. R. Eckert, M.E. Fowler, M.F. Smithson Jr., and B.F. Townsend. Littleton, CO, Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration. 2010. pp. 483-501. pdf

Nemura, A.D., J. Grush, J.M. Rutyna. “Enforcement: Why You Should Do Your Own Reporting.” Presented at the Joint MI-AWWA/MWEA conference in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. August 12, 2010. pdf

Niu, Hao, C. Clark, M. Connelly, B.E. Busiek, and P. Adriaens. “Quantitative Assessment of Green Roof Benefits for Vancouver.” Presented at Cities Alive: 8th Annual Green Roof and Wall Conference. Vancouver, British Columbia. November 30 to December 3, 2010. pdf

Redder T.M., R.D. McCulloch, J.V. DePinto, J. Grush. “Development of a Sediment Transport Model for Maumee Bay and the Western Lake Erie Basin.” Presented at IAGLR 2010 Conference, Toronto, Ontario. May 2010. pdf

Rucinski, D.K., D. Beletsky, J.V. DePinto, D.J. Schwab, and D. Scavia. “A simple 1-dimensional, climate based dissolved oxygen model for the central basin of Lake Erie.”  Journal of Great Lakes Research. 36(3):465-476. 2010. pdf 

Schmitt, T.M., M.P. Sullivan, B.E. Busiek. “EPA’s Response to the Current Status of CSO Control Efforts:  Development of New Tools and Guidance.” Presented at WEFTEC 2010, October 2010. pdf

Sullivan, M.P., H. Bourne, B.E. Busiek, S.B. Bell. “Green Infrastructure and NPDES Permits: One Step at a Time.” Presented at WEFTEC 2010, October 2010. pdf

Thibodeaux, L.J., J.R. Wolfe, T.J. Dekker. “Advective Porewater Flux and Chemical Transport in Bed Sediment.” Chapter 11 in Handbook of Chemical Mass Transport in the Environment, edited by L.J. Thibodeaux and D. Mackay. New York, CRC Press/Taylor and Francis Group. October 2010.

Towey, T.P., S.C. Chang, A. Demond, D. Wright, N. Barabas, A. Franzblau, D.H. Garabrant, B.W. Gillespie, J. Lepkowski, W. Luksemburg, and
P. Adriaens
. “Hierarchical Cluster Analysis of Polychlorinated Dioxins and Furans in Michigan, USA, Soils: Evaluation of Industrial and Background Congener Profiles.” Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Vol. 29, No. 1, pp. 64–72, 2010. pdf

Weintraub, L.H., P.E. Moskus, R.S. Wade, J.R. Wolfe. “Evaluating Water Resources Risk in the Context of Historical Trends.” Presented at Energy & Environment Conference and Exposition 2010, Phoenix, AZ. February 3, 2010. pdf

Wolfe, J.R. “Effective Use of Models: Streamlined & Innovative Approaches.” The Alpha and the Omega, U.S. EPA/U.S. ACOE/SMWG, Chicago, Illinois. April 13-14, 2010. pdf

2009
Bierman, V.J. Jr., A.M. Flynn, S.C. Hinz, J.V. DePinto, C.F. Cerco, T.L. Threadgill.Algal Speciation Model for the Potomac River Estuary.” Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation 20th Biennial Conference, Portland, OR. November 1-5, 2009. pdf

Bierman, V.J. Jr., G.H. Grubbs, K.J. Linn, M. Connor and M.M. Pla. “Dioxin in San Francisco Bay: From a Point Source Problem to an Adaptive Watershed-Based Solution.” Fifth International Conference on Remediation of Contaminated Sediments. Jacksonville, Florida. February 2-5, 2009. pdf

Bierman, V.J. Jr., S.C. Hinz, D.K. Rucinski, C. Haywood, C. Buchanan, and A. Nagel. “Transport and Fate Model for PCB TMDLs in the Potomac River Estuary”. Presented at TMDL 2009: Combining Science and Management to Restore Impaired Waters. Minneapolis, MN. August 9-12, 2009. pdf

DePinto, J.V., H.P. Holmberg, T.M. Redder, E.M. Verhamme, W.M. Larson, N.J. Senjem, H. Munir. “Linked Hydrodynamic-Sediment Transport-Water Quality Model For Support Of The Upper Mississippi River – Lake Pepin TMDL.” Presented at TMDL 2009: Combining Science and Management to Restore Impaired Waters. August 2009. pdf

DePinto, J.V. “Nearshore Phosphorus Cycling and Algal Growth in the Western Basin of Lake Erie."  Invited talk at the Western Lake Erie Basin Conference, Oregon, OH. March 10-11, 2009. pdf

Dilks, D.W. “Use of Models to Identify Critical Source Areas.” Workshop on Approaches to Identifying Critical Source Areas in the Missisquoi Bay Basin. Burlington, VT. March 12, 2009. pdf

Larson, W.L. and B. Richter. “The Role of ‘Water Offsets’ in Water Stewardship Certification.” Journal of the American Water Works Association. February 2009. pp. 40-44. pdf

Lautenbach, D.J., J. Grush, J.R. Wolfe, P. Klaver, B. Lord, P. Simon, and B. Baker. “Development and Application of a Two-Dimensional Hydrodynamic Model of the Tittabawassee River and Floodplain.” Battelle 2009 Meeting, Jacksonville Florida, February 2009. pdf

O’Banion, R.M., S.B. Bell, J.P. Gibson. “Examining Watershed Control Bacteria Removal Efficiencies in Support of Watershed Plans.” Presented at WEFTEC 2009. October 14, 2009. pdf

Redder, T.M., J.V. DePinto, H. Tao, C.L. Turner, D.L. Swackhamer, D.L. Carlson. “Development and Application of a Multi-media Screening Model for Chemicals of Emerging Concern in the Great Lakes Basin (GLMOD).” Paper presented at the 52nd Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, Toledo, OH. May 18-22, 2009. pdf

Selvendiran, P., C.T. Driscoll, M.R. Montesdeoca, H.D. Choi, and T.M. Holsen. “Mercury Dynamics and Transport in Two Adirondack Lakes.” Limnol. Oceanogr., 54(2), 2009. pp. 413–427. pdf

Turner, C.L. “Optimizing Utility Investment in Models—How Their Versatility Can Support CSO Planning in Innovative Ways.” Presented at the Indiana Water Environment Association Annual Conference. November 17, 2009. pdf

Verhamme, E.M.; J.V. DePinto; T.R. Redder.  “Development of the Three-Dimensional Advanced Aquatic Ecosystem Model (A2EM-3D) to Address Multiple Stressors in Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron.” Presented at the 52nd Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research. Toledo, OH.  May 18-22, 2009. pdf

Weintraub, L.H., A.M. Flynn, S. Skripnik, D.W. Dilks, P.L. Freedman, G. Dennis. “Linkage of River Operations, Watershed, and Water Quality Modeling to Support a Truckee River Third-Party Nutrient TMDL Review and Revision.” Presented at WEFTEC 2009, Orlando, FL. October 12, 2009. pdf

Weintraub, L.H., D. Ceppos, P.L. Freedman, D.W. Dilks, G. Dennis “Third-Party Nutrient TMDL Review and Revision for the Truckee River, Nevada.”  Presented at WEF TMDL Conference, Minneapolis, MN. August 10, 2009. pdf

Weintraub, L.H., “Truckee River Water Quality Modeling: Linkage of TROM, WARMF, and TRHSPF.” Presented at the Truckee River Symposium. November 3-5, 2009. pdf

Wolfe, J.R., L.J. Thibodeaux, T.J. Dekker. “Advective Pore Water Flux and Chemical Transport in Bed-Sediment.” Fifth International Conference on Remediation of Contaminated Sediments, Jacksonville, FL. February 4, 2009. pdf

Wolfe, J.R., Robert A. Goldstein, John S. Maulbetsch, and Charles R. McGowin. “An Electric Power Industry Perspective on Water Use Efficiency.” Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education 143, December 2009. pp. 30-34. pdf

Wolfe, J.R. and T.J. Dekker. “Understanding the Use of Models in Predicting the Effectiveness of Proposed Remedial Actions at Superfund Sediment Sites.” Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Annual Meetings, New Orleans, LA. November 20, 2009. pdf

2008
Bierman, V.J.  Jr., A.M. Flynn, S.C. Hinz and J.V. DePinto. “Algal Speciation Model and Calibration of Potomac Portion of Chesapeake Bay Water Quality Model: Proposed Algal Groups in Revised Algal Speciation Model.” Presented at the Chesapeake Bay Program Modeling Subcommittee Quarterly Review, Annapolis, MD. April 29, 2008. pdf

Bierman, V.J. Jr., S.C. Hinz. "Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia: Landside Nutrient Loads and a Growing Sediment Legacy." Presented at the Gordon Research Conference on Environmental Sciences: Water. Holderness School, Holderness, NH. June 22-27, 2008. pdf

Bierman, V.J., Jr., S.C. Hinz, D. Justić, D. Scavia, J.A. Veil, K. Satterlee III, M.E. Parker and S. Wilson. "Predicted Impacts from Offshore Produced Water Discharges on Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico." Society of Petroleum Engineers Projects, Facilities & Construction. 3(2):1-10. 2008. pdf

Bierman, V.J., Jr., S.C. Hinz, D.K. Rucinski, Carlton Haywood, Claire Buchanan, Andrea Nagel. "Transport and Fate Model for PCB TMDLs in the Potomac River Estuary." Presented at the Chesapeake Modeling Symposium, Chesapeake Community Modeling Program (CCMP), Annapolis, MD. May 12-14, 2008. pdf

Bierman, V. J. Jr., S.C. Hinz, D.K. Rucinski, Carlton Haywood, Claire Buchanan and Andrea Nagel. “Transport and Fate Model for PCBs in the Potomac River Estuary.” Presented at SETAC North America 29th Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. November 16-20, 2008. pdf

Bierman, V.J. Jr., S.C. Hinz, J.V. DePinto, and A.M. Flynn. “Algal Speciation Model and Calibration of Potomac Portion of Chesapeake Bay Water Quality Model: Progress Report and Preliminary Data Analysis.” Presented at the Chesapeake Bay Program Modeling Subcommittee Quarterly Review, Annapolis, MD. January 9, 2008. pdf

Bushey, J.T., C.T. Driscoll, M.J. Mitchell, P. Selvendiran, and M.R. Montesdeoca. “Mercury transport in response to storm events from a northern forest landscape.” Hydrol. Process. 22, July 17, 2008. pp. 4813–4826. pdf

Dekker, T.J., D.J. Lautenbach, G.W. Peterson, and L. Silver. “Integrating Hydrology, Ecology, and River Geomorphology into Urban landscape Design: The Lower Don Lands Naturalization Project.” Paper presented at 51st Annual Conference of International Association of Great Lakes Research, Trent University, Peterborough, ON. May 19-23, 2008.

DePinto, J.V., H.P. Holmberg, T.M. Redder, E.M. Verhamme, N. Senjem, H. Munir. “Water Quality Model for Support of the Upper Mississippi River – Lake Pepin TMDL: Results of Load Reduction Scenarios.” Minnesota Water Resources Conference, St. Paul, MN. October 27-28, 2008. pdf

DePinto, J.V. "How does Lake Erie process the phosphorus loading it receives, and has the Dreissenid invasion changed things?" Presented to the Lake Erie Phosphorus Task Force, Columbus, OH. October 1, 2008. pdf

DePinto, J.V. “Modeling Frameworks for Environmental Observatories: Data Needs.” Presented at GESI Conference, Ann Arbor, MI, March 17-26, 2008. pdf

DePinto, J.V., E.M. Verhamme, V.J. Bierman Jr., C. Demarchi, C. Stow, J. Dyble, C. He. “Phosphorus Dynamics in the Saginaw Bay Ecosystem.” Presentation to the Phosphorus Committee of the Saginaw Bay Coastal Initiative, April 11, 2008. pdf

DePinto, J.V., T.M. Redder, H. Tao, C.L. Turner, D.L. Swackhamer, D.L. Carlson. “Development of a Multi-media Screening Model for Chemicals of Emerging Concern in the Great Lakes Basin (GLMOD).” Presented at SETAC North America 29th Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. November 16-20, 2008. pdf

DePinto, J.V., H.A. Vanderploeg, and M.T. Auer. “Cladophora and open-water ‘desertification’: Do Dreissenids play a role?” Paper presented at the 51th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, Trent University, Peterborough, ON. May 19-23, 2008. pdf

Dilks, D.W. “Multi-Party Negotiations to Resolve Truckee River Water Quality Issues.” Presented to University of Michigan Law School class on Environmental Alternative Dispute Resolution, Ann Arbor, MI, November 19, 2008. pdf

Dilks, D.W. “Total Maximum Daily Load Determination and Responsibilities.” Presented at Michigan Water Environment Seminar “Communicating Technical Issues,” E. Lansing, MI, October 30, 2008. pdf

Flynn, A.M. "Organic matter and nutrient cycling in a coastal plain estuary: carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus distributions, budgets, and fluxes.”  Journal of Coastal Research, Vol. 55(SI), 2008, pp. 76-94. pdf

Flynn, A.M., V.J. Bierman Jr., J.V. DePinto, S.C. Hinz, and R.C. Jones. “Algal Speciation Model and Calibration of Potomac Portion of Chesapeake Bay Water Quality Model: Synthesis of Gunston Cove and Chesapeake Bay Program Algal Speciation Data Analysis.” Presented at the Chesapeake Bay Program Modeling Subcommittee Quarterly Review, Annapolis, MD. September 8, 2008. pdf

Freedman, P.L., Tom Dupuis, H.P. Holmberg, Patricia McGovern, Lori Terry, Margaret Stewart. "Factors for Success in Developing Use Attainability Analysis." Water Practice, Volume 2, Number 1, January 2008.

Freedman, P.L., Leonard Shabman, Kenneth H. Reckhow. "Don't Debate: Adapt." Water Environment & Technology. August 2008. pp. 65-71. pdf

Freedman, P.L., Kenneth H. Reckhow, Leonard Shabman, Jennifer Benjamin, Richard Schwer, Thomas Stiles.  "A New Approach to Adaptive Implementation in the TMDL Program." Water Practice, Volume 2, Number 1, January 2008. pdf

Grush, J., D.J. Lautenbach, J. Wolfe, and T. Dekker. “Development and Application of a Two-Dimensional Hydrodynamic Model of the Tittabawassee River and Floodplain to Support Conceptual Site Model Development and Remedial Investigations.” SETAC 29th Annual Meeting, Tampa, Florida. November 2008.

Gustavson, Karl, G. Allen Burton, Norman Francingues, Danny Reible, J.R. Wolfe, and Donna Vorhees. forthcoming. "Evaluating the Effectiveness of Contaminated Sediment Dredging." Environmental Science and Technology. July 15, 2008. pdf

Herrema, D.A., R. Galloway. “Developing a Unified Physical Conceptual Site Model Through Multiple Lines of Evidence, Ackermans Creek, East Rutherford, NJ.”  Sediment Management Work Group, Fall Sponsor Forum, Houston, Texas. September 28-October 2, 2008. pdf

Herrema, D.A., T.P. Towey, Bunton, J. “Remedy Development for DDT-Impacted Floodplain Sediments” Sediment Management Work Group, 2008 Spring Sponsor Forum, Kalamazoo, Michigan. April 29-May 1, 2008. pdf

Holmberg, H.P., Hafiz Munir, P. Selvendiran, Norman Senjem, E.M. Verhamme. “Development of a Water Quality Model of the Upper Mississippi River: Brainerd to Ford Dam.” Presented at the Minnesota Water Resources Conference, St. Paul, MN, October 27-28, 2008. pdf

Lautenbach, D.J., J.G. Vasconcelos, S.J. Wright, J.R.Wolfe, J.F. Cassidy, P.R. Klaver, and L.R. Benson. “Analysis of Transient Surge in the Proposed District of Colombia Water and Sewer Authority Deep Tunnel System.” Paper presented at 72nd Annual Conference of the Indiana Water Environment Association, Indianapolis, IN. November 2008.

Lautenbach, D.J., J.G. Vasconcelos, S.J. Wright, J.R.Wolfe, J.F. Cassidy, P.R. Klaver, and L.R. Benson. “Analysis of Transient Surge in the Proposed District of Colombia Water and Sewer Authority Deep Tunnel System”. WEF Collections Systems 2008, Pittsburgh, PA. May 2008.

Nemura, A.D., C.L. Turner, J.P. Gibson, Jr., J. Turner, B. Vatter, D. Zettler, G.M. Grant, S. Fitzgerald, J. Lyons. Chicago, IL. "Implementing a Sewer Overflow Consent Decree through Watershed Management." WEFTEC 2008. Oct. 18-22, 2008.

Ram, Jeffrey L., Brooke Thompson, C.L. Turner, Jordan M. Nechvatal, Harry Sheehan, Janis Bobrin. "Identification of pets and raccoons as sources of bacterial contamination of urban storm sewers using a sequence-based bacterial source tracking method." Water Research, Volume 41, Issue 16, August 2007. pp. 3605-3614.

Redder, T.M. “‘WinModel’ – a Model Integration, Management, and Visualization Toolbox.” Poster presentation at EPA Integrated Modeling Workshop 2008 – Collaborated Approaches to Integrated Modeling: Better Integration for Better Decision Making, Phoenix, AZ. December 10-12, 2008. pdf

Selvendiran, P., C.T. Driscoll, J.T. Bushey, M.R. Montesdeoca. “Wetland influence on mercury fate and transport in a temperate forested watershed.” Environmental Pollution 154, 2008. pp. 46-55. pdf

Selvendiran, P., C. T. Driscoll, M. R. Montesdeoca, and J. T. Bushey. 2008. “Inputs, storage, and transport of total and methyl mercury in two temperate forest wetlands.” J. Geophys. Res., 113, G00C01, doi:10.10/29/2008JG000739. pdf

Turner, C.L.. "The Role of Receiving Water Models in CSO Long-Term Control Plan Decision-Making and Water Quality Standard Revisions." WEFTEC 2008 with C.L. Turner. Chicago, IL. Oct. 18-22, 2008.

Wolfe, J.R. "Can Water Be Allocated Using Price?" Presented at Hydrovision 2008, Sacramento, CA. July 16, 2008. pdf

Wolfe, J.R., P.L. Freedman, M.C. Whiting. "Costlier, scarcer supplies dictate making thermal plants less thirsty." POWER. January 2008. pdf

2007
Atkinson, J.F., J.N. Jensen, and J.V. DePinto. “Implementing a Long Term Plan to Improve Modeling Capabilities for Toxic Chemicals in Lake Ontario: Refinements to LOTOX2 Atmospheric Deposition Processes and Mercury Submodel.”  Final Technical Report for EPA Agreement No. x-98269900-0. Submitted to EPA-Region 2, September 2007.

Atkinson, J.F., S. Brown, and J.V. DePinto. “Development and Application of LOTOX3 – A Mass Balance and Bioaccumulation Model for Lake Ontario.” White paper prepared for the Lake Ontario Contaminant Monitoring and Research Workshop, Grand Island, NY, March 27-8, 2007.

Bierman, V.J., Jr., D. Justić, D. Scavia and R. Hetland. Forecasting Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico: From Lessons Learned to the Next 50 Years. The 2nd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Kansas City, Missouri, April 23-27, 2007.

Bierman, V.J., Jr., J.R. Yagecic, N.S. Suk, S.C. Hinz, T.J. Fikslin and S. Liao. Linkage Between Land-Based Contaminated Sites and an Estuarine TMDL: PCBs in the Delaware River Watershed. The 28th Annual Meeting, Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, November 11-15, 2007. pdf

Bierman, V.J., Jr., S.C. Hinz, D. Justić, D. Scavia, J.A. Veil, K. Satterlee III, M.E. Parker and S. Wilson. Predicted Impacts from Offshore Produced Water Discharges on Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico. Society of Petroleum Engineers, E&P Environmental and Safety Conference, Galveston, Texas, March 5-7, 2007. pdf

Bierman, V.J., Jr., S.C. Hinz, D. Justić, D. Scavia, J.A. Veil, K. Satterlee III, M.E. Parker and S. Wilson. “Predicted Impacts from Offshore Produced Water Discharges on Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico.” Accepted for publication in Society of Petroleum Engineers Projects, Facilities & Construction. 2007.

Bierman, V.J., Jr., N.S. Suk, J.R. Yagecic, S.C. Hinz, T.J. Fikslin and S. Liao. Linkage between Land-Based Contaminated Sites and an Estuarine TMDL. Fourth International Conference on Remediation of Contaminated Sediments, Savannah, Georgia, January 22-25, 2007. pdf

Bierman, V.J., Jr., S.C. Hinz and D.K. Rucinski. Potomac PCB TMDL Model: Approach, Progress and Future Possibilities. U.S. EPA Chesapeake Bay Program, Modeling Subcommittee Quarterly Review, Annapolis, Maryland, July 11, 2007.

Bierman, V.J., Jr., S.C. Hinz, D.K. Rucinski, C. Haywood, C. Buchanan and A. Nagel. Transport and Fate Model for PCBs in the Potomac River Estuary. Estuarine Research Federation Annual Meeting, Providence, Rhode Island, November 4-8, 2007. pdf

DePinto, J.V. 21st Century Approaches to CSO & Water Quality Restoration. Wet Weather Partnership & NACWA. Chicago, IL. April 26-27, 2007.

DePinto, J.V. 21st Century Future for the Water Professional. NACWA Annual Conference, Cleveland, OH. July 19, 2007.

DePinto, J.V. “Development of a Linked Hydrodynamic-Sediment Transport-Eutrophication Model to Address the Turbidity-Nutrient TMDL in the Upper Mississippi River - Lake Pepin System.” Invited seminar to the Water Resources Science Program, University of Minnesota. February 23, 2007.

DePinto, J.V. “Eutrophication Management in the Great Lakes: From Past Successes to Current Challenges.” Invited presentation to International Joint Commission, Science Advisory  Board. Windsor, ON. September 28, 2007.

DePinto, J.V. Source Water Protection Research Planning Workshop. AwwaRF/WERF joint workshop. Denver CO. August 1-2, 2007.

DePinto, J.V. “Water Quality Model for the Support of the Upper Mississippi River – Lake Pepin TMDL: An Update.” Invited presentation at Minnesota Water Resources Conference, Minneapolis, MN. October 23, 2007.

DePinto, J.V., et al. Upper Mississippi River – Lake Pepin Water Quality Model: Development, Provisional Calibration, and Preliminary Application. Prepared for Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, St. Paul, MN. July 2007. pdf

DePinto, J.V., D.L. Swackhamer, T.M. Redder, C. Turner, D.L. Carlson, W.M. Larson. "Development of a multi-media model for screening emerging chemicals in the Great Lakes basin." Proceedings of AWRA Summer Specialty Conference entitled “Emerging Contaminants of Concern in the Environment: Issues, Investigations, and Solutions.”  Vail, CO. June 25-27, 2007.

DePinto, J.V., D.L. Swackhamer, T.M. Redder, C.M. Turner, D.L. Carlson, W.M. Larson. “Development of a multi-media model for screening emerging chemicals in the Great Lakes basin.” Extended abstract for AWRA Summer Specialty Conference entitled “Emerging Contaminants of Concern in the Environment: Issues, Investigations, and Solutions.”  Vail, CO. June 25-27, 2007.

DePinto, J.V. and R.G. Kreis. “Mass Balance Models of Persistent, Bioaccumulative, Toxic Chemicals (PBTs) in the Great Lakes: Application to Lake Ontario.”  Invited talk at  233rd ACS National Meeting, session entitled: Great Lakes Research: Environmental Issues for a Freshwater Ecosystem. Chicago, IL. March 28, 2007.

DePinto, J.V., S. Chapra, D.C.L. Lam, D. Rockwell. “Eutrophication Management in the Great Lakes: Summary of Status and Recommendations.” Paper presented at the 50th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, Pennsylvania State University. May 28-June 1, 2007.

DePinto, J.V., S. Chapra, V.J.  Bierman, Jr. “Eutrophication Management in the Great Lakes: Models Were Successful in Establishing Target Phosphorus Loads.” Paper presented at the 50th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, Pennsylvania State. May 28-June 1, 2007.

DePinto, J.V., T. Dupuis, P. McGovern, L. Terry, and M. Stewart. 2007. Factors for Success In Developing Use Attainability Analysis. WEF TMDL Specialty Conference Session 3B, Bellevue, WA, June 24, 2007.

DePinto, J.V., T.M. Redder, C.L. Turner, W.M. Larson, D.L. Swackhamer, D.L. Carlson. “Development of a Great Lakes Basin Multi-media Screening Model for Emerging Chemicals (GLMOD).” Paper presented at the 50th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, Pennsylvania State University. May 28-June 1, 2007.

DePinto, J.V., T.M. Redder, C.L. Turner, W.M. Larson, D.L. Swackhamer, D.L. Carlson. “Development of a Multi-media Model for Screening Emerging Chemicals in the Great Lakes (GLMOD).” Invited presentation at U.S. EPA Workshop on “Building an Integrated Surveillance System for Emerging Chemicals in the Great Lakes and Nationwide.”Chicago, IL. July 16-18, 2007.

DePinto, J.V., T.M.Redder, W.M. Larson, H.P. Holmberg, N. Senjem, H. Munir, J. Sullivan. “Linking Submersed Aquatic Vegetation Restoration to a TMDL for the Upper Mississippi River – Lake Pepin System.” Presentation at the 2nd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Kansas City, MO. April 23-27, 2007.

Dilks, D.W.. “Anacostia Example: Conversion of an Existing ‘Long Term’ TMDL into a Daily TMDL.”  Presented at EPA’s Joint Monitoring and 303(d) Program National Training Workshop. Washington, D.C.  March 14, 2007. 

Dilks, D.W.. “Linking Targets and Sources.” Presented at WEF Nutrient TMDL Development Workshop. Alexandria, VA. September 4, 2007. Also presented at WEF Nutrient TMDL Development Workshop. TMDL 2007 Pre-Conference Workshop. Bellevue, WA. June 23, 2007.

Dilks, D.W.. “Wastewater Discharge Issues.” Presented at Water Law Seminar. Grand Rapids, MI. February 27, 2007.

Flynn, A.M. Nutrient cycling in a coastal plain estuary:  Carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus distributions, fluxes and budgets. Journal of Coastal Research, (submitted). 2007.

Freedman, P.L. “21st Century Approaches to CSO & Water Quality Restoration.” Presented at Wet Weather Partnership & NACWA. Chicago, IL. April 26-27, 2007. pdf

Freedman, P.L. “21st Century Future for the Water Professional.” Presented at NACWA Annual Conference, Cleveland, OH. July 19, 2007. pdf

Freedman, P.L. “An Energy/Water Sustainability Research Program for the Electric Power Industry.” EPRI Project 062994, May 2007.

Freedman, P.L. Groundwater Sustainability Expert Workshop. Michigan Groundwater Conservation Advisory Council and Grand Valley State University. Grand Rapids, MI. March 26, 2007.

Freedman, P.L. National TMDL Program: Status and Future Directions, Hawaii TMDL Conference October 2007.

Freedman, P.L. “New Approaches to Water Quality Restoration.” Presented at Clean Water, Clean Lakes. Milwaukee, WI. April 24, 2007.

Freedman, P.L. Practical Guidance for Navigating the UAA Process, an Overview, TMDL Sciences 2007 Conference, Workshop Presenter, Bellevue, WA, June 24, 2007.

Freedman, P.L. “Source Water Protection Research Planning Workshop.” Presented at AwwaRF/WERF Joint Workshop. Denver CO. August 1-2, 2007.

Freedman, P.L. Sustainable Water Resources Roundtable. Sustainable Water Resources Roundtable Workshop. Washington, D.C. January 25, 2007.

Freedman, P.L. “Watershed Implementation Strategies. Emerging Policies and Programs.” Presented at Clean Water, Clean Lakes. Milwaukee, WI. April 24, 2007. pdf

Freedman, P.L., J. A. Eger, J. P. Gibson Jr., N. Clements, A. D. Nemura. “The Role of Adaptive Watershed Management Concepts in Wet Weather Consent Decrees.” Presented at Water Environment Federation Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference. San Diego, CA. October 2007. pdf

Freedman, P.L., J.R. Wolfe. “Thermal Electric Power Plant Water Uses; Improvements Promote Sustainability and Increase Profits.” Presented at Canadian/US Water Policy Workshop, Washington, D.C. October 2, 2007.

Freedman, P.L., L. Shabman, K. Reckhow, M. Beck, J. Benaman, S. Chapra, M. Nellor, J. Rudek, D. Schwer, T. Stiles, and C. Stow. Adaptive Implementation of Water Quality Improvement Plans: Opportunities and Challenges. Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences. 2007.

Freedman, P.L., Tom Dupuis. Factors for Success in Developing Use Attainability Analyses. Water Environment Research Foundation 04-WEM-1, 2007. pdf

Freedman, P.L., T. Dupuis, P. McGovern, L. Terry, and M. Stewart. “Factors for Success in Developing Use Attainability Analysis.” Presented at WEF TMDL Specialty Conference Session 3B, Bellevue, WA, June 24, 2007.

Freedman, Paul, V.J. Bierman Jr. and J.V. DePinto. Hard Lessons, Simple Truths. Water Environment & Technology, Vol. 19(6). 2007. pdf

Gao, Y., M. Kennish, A.M. Flynn. Atmospheric Deposition of Nitrogen to New Jersey Coastal Waters and Its Implication for Nutrient Enrichment and Biotic Impacts. Ecological Applications, Vol. 17 (Supplement 5), 2007. pp. S31-S41.

Graff, C.D., N. Barabas, D.A. Herrema, T.J. Dekker, R. Galloway. Forensic analysis of PCB fingerprinting in sediments using congener data and multiple statistical evaluation methods. Soils, Sediments, and Water. Amherst, MA. 2007.

Justić, D., V.J. Bierman, Jr., D. Scavia and R. Hetland. Forecasting Gulf’s Hypoxia: The Next 50 Years?  Estuaries and Coasts. 30(5):791-801. 2007. pdf

Klaver. P.R. Disinfecting Peak Wet Weather Flows: Maximizing the Effectiveness of Biological Processes. Poster (and alternate paper) presented at WEF Disinfection 2007 Current Practice and Future Trends in Disinfection: Water, Wastewater, Stormwater, Water Reuse and Biosolids, Pittsburgh, PA, February 4-7, 2007.

Kreis, R.G., Jr. and J.V. DePinto. “Contaminant Mass Balance Modeling Applications in the Great Lakes: Lower Fox river/Green Bay and Lake Michigan.” Invited talk at 233rd ACS National Meeting, session entitled: Great Lakes Research: Environmental Issues for a Freshwater Ecosystem, Chicago, IL. March 28, 2007.

Lautenbach, D.J., T. Dekker, V. Magar, J. Pekala, and R.J. Wenning. “A Data-based and Modeling Assessment of Hydrodynamics, Sedimentation, and Sediment Stability at the Mouth of the Hackensack River, Hudson County, NJ.” Battelle 4th International Conference on Remediation of Contaminated Sediments, Savannah, GA. January 2007.

Moskus, P.E. "Phosphorus Loading Model for Lake Bellaire, Clam Lake and Torch Lake Watersheds. Presented at Michigan Lake and Stream Association Conference. Boyne Mountain, Michigan. April 20-22, 2007.

Nemura, A.D., F.P. Andes and L.H. Weintraub. How to Address Daily Load Issues in TMDLs. Barnes & Thornburg Clean Water Workshop. Chicago, IL. Sep. 26-28, 2007.

Nemura, A.D., J.P. Gibson, Jr., T.A.D. Slawecki, and D.K. Rucinski. A Spatial Tool for Watershed Characterization and Assessment in Northern Kentucky. WEFTEC 2007. San Diego, CA. Scheduled for Oct. 13-17, 2007.

Nemura, A.D., J.V. DePinto. 21st Century Approaches to CSO & Water Quality Restoration. Wet Weather Partnership & NACWA. Chicago, IL. April 26-27, 2007.

Rucinski, D.K., D. Beletsky, J.V. Depinto, D.J. Schwab, D. Scavia. A Climate-Driven Dissolved Oxygen Model for the Central Basin of Lake Erie. International Associated for Great Lakes Research Conference, University Park, PA. June 1, 2007.

Rucinski, D.K., D. Beletsky, J.V. DePinto, D. Schwab, and D. Scavia. “A Climate-Driven Dissolved Oxygen Model for the Central Basin of Lake Erie.” Paper presented at the 50th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, Pennsylvania State University. May 28-June 1, 2007.

Rucinski, D.K., M.T. Auer, D.W. Watkins Jr., S.W. Effler, S.M. Doerr, D.M. O’Donnell, and R.K. Gelda. Accessing Assimilative Capacity Through A Dual Discharge Approach. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 133(6):474-485. 2007.

Schmitt, T.M. “Keeping Water Out”: A Simple, Innovative Tool to Evaluate Management Scenarios for Reducing Flows to Sewer Systems." Presented at workshop on Managing Water Quantity for Water Quality Benefits at WEFTEC 2007, San Diego, CA, October 2007. pdf

Verhamme, E.M. and M.T. Auer. "Comparison of Carbon Flux and Indicators of Bioavailability at Nearshore and Offshore Locations in Lake Superior, USA."  Presented at the 30th Congress of the International Society of Limnology. Montreal, Quebec. August 12-18, 2007.

Wolfe, J.R.  Dredging at Superfund Megasites: Assessing the Effectiveness.  National Research Council of the National Academies, as Member of NRC Committee on Sediment Dredging at Superfund Megasites, June 2007.

Wolfe, J.R. “Electric Power and Water Resource Sustainability.” Presented at the First Western Forum and Energy and Water Sustainability, Santa Barbara, CA, March 23, 2007.

Wolfe, J.R. Methodologies for Cross-Pollutant Trading, Electric Power Research Institute Water & Ecosystems Area Council Meeting, Cleveland, OH, September 25, 2007.

Wolfe, J.R. Program on Technology Innovation:  An Energy/Water Sustainability Research Program for the Electric Power Industry. EPRI, Palo Alto CA: 2007. 1015371.

Wolfe, J.R. Thermal Electric Power Plant Water Uses; Improvements Promote Sustainability and Increase Profits. Canadian/US Water Policy Workshop, Washington, D.C. October 2, 2007.

Wolfe, J.R. Cyndee Gruden, R.D. McCulloch, T.P. Towey, and P. Adriaens. Hydrogen-Based Activity Enhancement in Sediment Cultures and Intact Sediments. Environmental Engineering Science 24:5. 2007.

2006
Beletsky, D., Schwab, D.J., DePinto, J.V., and Dolan, D.M. “Hydrodynamic and Phosphorus Transport in Lake Erie.” Paper presented at Lake Erie Millennium Network Conference, Windsor, ON. February 28, 2006.

Bell, S.B. “Evaluating the Potential of Wetland Restoration as a Method of Improving Water Quality in Eutrophic Lakes.” Presented at the Association of State Wetland Managers Conference, Traverse City, Michigan. August 2006.

Bell, S.B. “Evaluation of Assimilative Capacity For Developing Water Quality-Based Effluent Limits For Petroleum Refinery Discharges.” In Publication by the American Petroleum Institute. 2006.

Bell, S.B. Inventorying Sreambank Erosion Conditions: The Rouge Main 1-2 Project. Pipeline (Journal of the Michigan Association of County Drain Commissioners). v15 n1. First Quarter, 2006.

Bell, S.B. “Urban Stream Restoration: Challenges and Strategies.” Presented at the North Carolina Stream Restoration Institute Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina, October 2006.

Bell, S.B. Where Do We Put It? Challenges and Strategies for Finding Sites for BMP Implementation and Retrofits. Watershed and Wet Weather Bulletin of the Water Environment Federation. March/April 2006.

Bierman, V.J., Jr., D. Scavia, D. Justić and S.C. Hinz. 2006. Large-Scale Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico: History, Nutrient Load Reduction Goals, and Significance of Produced Water Discharges. Texas Water 2006, Austin, Texas, April 4-7, 2006.

DePinto, J.V. “Can Models Better Support Great Lakes Management?” Paper presented at the 49th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON. May 22-26, 2006.

DePinto, J.V. “Ecosystem Forecasting in GLOS.” Invited presentation at First Annual Meeting of the Great Lakes Observing System. Ann Arbor, MI. June 19-20, 2006.

DePinto, J.V. “Modeling the Lake Ontario Ecosystem: A Proposal.” Invited talk at the Lake Ontario 2008 Intensive Monitoring Workshop, Kingston, ON. October 23-24, 2006.

DePinto, J.V. “The History of Modeling in Support of Great Lakes Management.” Invited talk at the Water Quality Engineering Symposium in Honor of Professor James K. Edzwald, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. September 22, 2006.

DePinto, J.V. “The Use of Models to Support Management Decisions in the Great Lakes.” Invited seminar at 2006 Stone Lab Lecture Series, Stone Lab, Gibraltar Island, Lake Erie. July 6, 2006.

DePinto, J.V. and D.W. Dilks. “TMDL Water Quality Modeling for PBTs.” Presentation at Seminar entitled: Managing Liabilities for Persistent Bioaccumulative and Toxic Chemicals  (PBTs) in Sediments and Surface Waters, hosted by Malcom Pirnie, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, and Limno-Tech, Inc. Chicago, IL. September 13-14,2006.

DePinto, J.V., P.L. Freedman, V.J. Bierman, Jr. “Restoring Water Quality in Large Aquatic Ecosystems: Hard Lessons, Simple Truths.” Paper presented at Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration Conference, Lake Buena Vista, FL. June 5-9, 2006.

DePinto, J.V., J. Kaur, V.J. Bierman, Jr. “Aquatic Ecosystem Models for Indentifying Multi-Stressor Interactions” Paper presented at the 49th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON. May 22-26, 2006.

DePinto, J.V. and T.J. Stewart. “Modeling the Lake Ontario Ecosystem: Next Steps.” White paper prepared for the Lake Ontario 2008 Intensive Monitoring Workshop, Kingston, ON. October 23-24, 2006.

Dilks, D.W. Total Maximum Daily Load Regulation. Michigan Water Law Seminar. Grand Rapids, MI. February 21, 2006.

Dunkin, J.S. “Hydrogeological Investigations of a Glacial Outwash Plain to Locate An Alternative Municipal Water Supply for a Village in Northwestern Ohio.” Presentation at NGWA Summit, San Antonio, TX. April 25, 2006.

Freedman, P.L.Duke University and Resources for the Future, NRC/NAS Expert Panel follow-on to “Use of Adaptive Management in TMDL’s.” 2004-2006.

Freedman, P.L. “Future Improvements to the TMDL Program: UAA & Adaptive Management.” Faculty Member – Speaker, Clean Water in the Midwest. Law Seminars International. Chicago, IL. September 13, 2006.

Freedman, P.L. Model Evaluation of Management Options for Improving Truckee River Dissolved Oxygen. Nevada Water Environment Association Annual Conference, Reno, NV, March 23, 2006. San Antonio, TX. April 25, 2006.

Freedman, P.L. The Future of the TMDL Program: New Developments & Research Needs. Speaker, Electrical Power Research Institute (EPRI), Clean Water Act Workshop. Bar Harbor, ME, June 2006.

Freedman, P.L., Jennifer Benaman. “Adaptive Implementation for Improved Water Quality Management: When Does it Make Sense? A Follow Up to the 2001 National Research Council TMDL Report” AWRA Adaptive Management of Water Resources, Missoula, MT, June 27, 2006.

Freedman, P.L., W.M. Larson, J. Rosen and J. Sobrinho. The Need for Involvement by Drinking Water Utilities in the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Process. Watershed & Wet Weather Technical Bulletin. Water Environment Federation. Sept./Oct. 2006.

Herrema, D.A. Presenter: Water Quality and Stormwater Detention, Watershed Technical Committee Meeting, Macatawa Area Coordinating Council, Holland, Michigan, April 11, 2006.

Holmberg, H.P., J.V. DePinto, M. Green, W.M. Larson, T.M. Redder, N. Senjum, and H. Munir. The Lake Pepin TMDL Water Quality Modeling Project. Minnesota Water 2006 and Annual Water Resources Joint Conference, Brooklyn Center, MN. October 24-25, 2006.

Holmberg, H.P., R.D. McCulloch, T.M. Redder, C.L. Turner, and J. Mellem. Understanding Wet Weather Impacts on Water Quality: Kansas City, Missouri. ASCE EWRI World Environmental and Water Resources Conference, Omaha, NE. May 25, 2006.

Justić, D., V.J. Bierman, Jr., D. Scavia and R. Hetland. Forecasting Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia: The Next 50 Years?  Hypoxia in the Northern Gulf of Mexico: Assessing the State of the Science, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 25-27, 2006.

Kaur, J., G. Jaligama, J.F. Atkinson, J.V. DePinto, A.D. Nemura. Modeling Dissolved Oxygen in a Dredged Lake Erie Tributary. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 32:62-82. pdf

McCone, M., T.A. Endreny, J. Atkinson, J.V. DePinto, and J. Manno. Role of International Policy and Science in Addressing Great Lakes Management and Lake Erie Eutrophication, in Hydrology and Water Law – Bridging the Gap, Edited by J. S. Wallace and P. Wouters, Title in the Water Law and Policy Series, Edited by P. Wouters and S. Vinogradov, International Water Association Publishing, London UK, pp. 78-107. 2006.

Nemura, A.D., J.V. DePinto and V.J. Bierman. Challenges Associated with Developing Nutrient and Sediment TMDLs for Impoundments in the Southeastern United States. NALMS: 15th Annual Southeastern Lake and Watershed Management Conference. Columbus, GA. Mar. 8-11, 2006.

Nemura, A.D., J.V. DePinto, E.M. Verhamme. “Challenges Associated with Developing Nutrient and Sediment TMDLs for Impoundments in the Southeastern United States.” Paper presented at the 15th Annual Southeastern Lake and Watershed Management Conference, Columbus, GA. March 9, 2006.

Sweet, K.A. Lessons Learned from Toledo’s MS4 Audit. StormCon, Denver, Colorado. July 2006.

Turner, C.L., J. Bobrin. “The Application of Bacteria Source Tracking Methods in a Municipal Storm Sewer System to Support TMDL Implementation,” StormCon 2006 Conference Proceedings. July 2006.

Verhamme, E.M., J.V. DePinto, W. Larson, A.M. Flynn. The True Cost of Aquatic Nuisance Species in Freshwaters: A Literature Review. International Association of Great Lakes Research, 49th Annual Conference. Windsor, Ontario. May 2006.

Wheeler, James F., Kevin DeBell, and T.M. Schmitt. If the Grids Go Down. Water Environment and Technology. August 2006.

Wolfe, J.R. Water Resources Sustainability: Economic and Business Issues, Electric Power Research Institute Environment Sector and Area Council Advisory Meetings, Multimedia Workshop, Atlanta, GA, September 25, 2006 and at Western Fuels Conference, Denver, CO, October 25, 2006.

Wolfe, J.R. Water Resources Sustainability Workshop, Electric Power Research Institute Water and Ecosystems Advisory Council Meetings, Bar Harbor, ME, June 20, 2006

2005

Barabas, N., T.J. Dekker, and J.V. DePinto. The relative impact of sediment-water mass transfer processes on contaminant fluxes and remediation uncertainties. Paper presented at 48th Annual Conference of International Association of Great Lakes Research, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. May 23-27, 2005.

Bell, S.B. “Identifying and Prioritizing Water Resource Improvement Projects: Challenges, Tools and Strategies.” Presented at the Michigan Association of Counties Summer Conference, August 2005.

Bell, S.B. “Large Scale Groundwater Withdrawals in the Great Lakes – Is There a Need for Regulation…or is Something Else Needed?” Presented at the Michigan Chamber of Commerce Environmental Issues Forum. 2005.

Bierman, V.J., Jr., D. Scavia and D. Justić. Large-Scale Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico: When Did It Begin? How Much Nitrogen Reduction is Needed? Mississippi River Basin Nutrients Science Workshop, St. Louis, Missouri, October 4-6, 2005.

Bierman, V.J., Jr., J. Kaur, J.V. DePinto, T.J. Feist and D.W. Dilks. Modeling the Role of Zebra Mussels in the Proliferation of Blue-green Algae in Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 31(1):32-55. 2005. pdf

Bierman, V.J., Jr. and R.T. James. Lake Okeechobee Water Quality Modeling: Nutrient Budgets, Sediment-Water Interactions, and Phosphorus Load Reductions. 14th Annual Southeastern Lakes Management Conference, Asheville, North Carolina. April 14, 2005.

Bierman, V.J., Jr., S.C. Hinz, N.S. Suk, S. Liao, J.R. Yagecic and T.J. Fikslin. Dynamics of PCBs and Organic Carbon in the Delaware River Estuary. SETAC North America, 26th Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, November 13-17, 2005.

Bierman, V.J., Jr., S.C. Hinz, N.S. Suk, S. Liao, J.R. Yagecic and T.J. Fikslin. Dynamics of PCBs in the Delaware River Estuary: Existing Conditions and Loading Reductions Required for Achievement of Water Quality Standards. TMDL 2005, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 26-29, 2005.

Chernikoff, Rochelle, and T.M. Schmitt. Bridging the Security Gap. Water Environment and Technology, February 2005.

Dekker, T.J., J.S. Helfand, T.M. Redder, and D.J. Lautenbach, Forecasting Short- and Long-Term Remedy Effectiveness within an Uncertainty Context.  SETAC 26th Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD. November 2005.

Dekker, T.J., J.V. DePinto, N. Barabas, Sediment and Floodplain Remediation: Methods and Tools for Site Characterization. Batelle 3rd International Conference on Contaminated Sediments, New Orleans, LA. February 2005.

DePinto, J.V. “Chemical Integrity of Naturally Occurring Substances in the Great Lakes. Invited plenary presentation at the Pre-SOLEC Workshop on Chemical Integrity in the Great Lakes, Windsor, ON. November 29-30, 2005.

DePinto, J.V.   “Models Support Management Decisions in the Great Lakes.” Invited seminar at SUNY-ESF, Syracuse, NY. November 7, 2005.

DePinto, J.V.. The role of modeling in Lake Erie eutrophication management.  Invited presentation at conference entitled “Large Lake Ecosystem: Balancing Human Needs and Ecosystem Services.”  Kent State University Water Resources Research Institute, Kent, OH. April 26, 2005.

DePinto, J.V., J. Kaur, and V.J. Bierman, Jr. The impact of nutrient recycling on the re-emergence of blue-green algae in Saginaw Bay. Paper presented at 48th Annual Conference of International Association of Great Lakes Research, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. May 23-27, 2005.

Erickson, M.J, Turner, C.L., Thibodeaux, L.J. Field Observation and Modeling of Dissolved Fraction Sediment-Water Exchange Coefficients for PCBs in the Hudson River. Environmental Science and Technology. January 2005.

Flynn, A.M. Presenter, “Carbon, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus Cycling in the Mullica River-Great Bay Estuary, New Jersey.” IMCS Thesis Defense. 2005.

Freedman, P.L. The Need for Involvement by the Drinking Water Utilities in the TMDL Process, Philadelphia, PA. WEF TMDL, June 27-29, 2005.

Freedman, P.L. “Truckee River HSPF Model, History, Calibration, and Application.” AWRA 2005 Annual Conference. Seattle WA, November 7-10, 2005.

Freedman, P.L., and T.A.D. Slawecki. Adaptive Management and TMDL: Future Urban and Rural Solutions, with T. Slawecki. ASAE Third Conference on Watershed Management to Meet Emerging TMDL Environmental Regulations, Atlanta, GA, March 2005.

Freedman, P.L., J. Rosen, J. Sobrinho and W.M. Larson. “Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) and Drinking Water Utilities.” Awwa Research Foundation. 2005.

Freedman, P.L., V.J. Bierman, Jr., J.V. DePinto. “Protection of Water Quality in Large Systems: Hard Lessons, Simple Truths.”  Paper presented at the Mississippi River Basin Nutrients Science Workshop, St. Louis, MO. October 4-6, 2005.

Holmberg, H.P. How Low Should You Go? The TMDL/Water Quality Standards Limbo. Minnesota Water 2005 and Annual Water Resources Joint Conference, Brooklyn Center, MN. October 25-26, 2005.

Ingram, J., B. Drolet, J.L. DesGranges, N. Patterson, J. Morin and T.M. Redder. “Lake Ontario - St. Lawrence River Water Level Regulation Review: Use of Wetland Breeding Bird Evaluation Criteria within an Environmental Response Model.” 48th Annual IAGLR Conference on Great Lakes Research, Ann Arbor, MI. May 2005.

James, R.T., V.J. Bierman, Jr., M.J. Erickson and S.C. Hinz. The Lake Okeechobee Water Quality Model (LOWQM): Enhancements, Calibration, Validation and Analysis. Lake and Reservoir Management. 21(3):231-260. 2005.

Kaur, J., H.A. Vanderploeg, J.V. DePinto, J.R. Liebig, and G.L. Fahnenstiel. “Trends in phytoplankton functional groups of Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron, following the zebra mussel invasion.” Paper presented at 48th Annual Conference of International Association of Great Lakes Research, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. May 23-27, 2005.

Klaver, P.R. and J.S. Moore. “Disinfection of Blended Effluents: Is Biological Treatment Essential for Effective Pathogen Inactivation?” Paper presented at WEF Disinfection 2005 Sharing Disinfection Technologies: Water, Wastewater and Biosolids, Phoenix, AZ, February 6-9, 2005.

Molloy, Jenny, Betsy (CPE) Valente, Joel Wolf, and M.P. Sullivan. Concept For the Integration of Wet Weather Programs. WEFTEC Conference. Washington, DC. October 30-November 2, 2005.

Nemura, A.D., and H.P. Holmberg. Making a Case for Site-Specific, Performance-Based Water Quality Standards for Pathogens. 2005 TMDL Conference. WEF Specialty Conference, Philadelphia, PA, Jun. 26-29, 2005.

Redder, T.M., J.V. DePinto, and D.K. Rucinski. “Assessing the impact of water level management on the Lake Ontario – St. Lawrence River system with an Integrated Ecological Response Model.” Paper presented at 48th Annual Conference of International Association of Great Lakes Research, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. May 23-27, 2005.

Redder, T.M., J.V. DePinto, H.P. Holmberg, J.R. Wolfe. Role of upper mixed layer depth in forecasting contaminated sediment recovery rates. Journal of Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management. 8(1):53-62.

Scavia, D. and J.V. DePinto. “Ecosystem forecasting: Steps toward a new future.” Paper presented at 48th Annual Conference of International Association of Great Lakes Research, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. May 23-27, 2005.

Schmitt, T.M., T.A.D. Slawecki, and James Wheeler. “Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in New Orleans: a Primer on the Handling of Billions and Billions of Gallons of Floodwater.” Presented at the Federal Water Quality Association, November 2005.

Schwab, D.J., J.V. DePinto, D.M. Dolan, and D. Beletsky. “High resolution model study of phosphorus loading and transport in Lake Erie.” Paper presented at 48th Annual Conference of International Association of Great Lakes Research, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. May 23-27, 2005.

Slawecki, T.A.D., T. Bondelid, A. Stoddard. Balancing Point Source and Agricultural Controls in the Mississippi River Basin. ASAE Third Conference on Watershed Management to Meet Emerging TMDL Environmental Regulations, March 2005. Atlanta, GA. 2005.

Slawecki, T.A.D., T.M. Schmitt, P.R. Klaver, M.P. Sullivan. Speaking Volumes: Some Observations on New Orleans Floodwater Quantity and Quality. Poster presentation at WEFTEC, October 2005.Washington, DC. 2005.

Turner, C.L., M. Salee, A.D. Nemura, and T.M. Redder. “Application of Modeling Tools for the St. Joseph River to Evaluate Bacteria Source Impacts on Water Quality.” Indiana Water Environment Association Conference, Indianapolis, IN. November 2005.

Turner, C.L., A.D. Nemura, T.M. Redder, M. Salee, and A. Umble. “A Tool for Forecasting Changes in E. coli Levels in Great Lakes Rivers: The St. Joseph River Watershed Model.” 48th Annual IAGLR Conference on Great Lakes Research, Ann Arbor, MI. May 2005.

Verhamme, E.M. Comparing Indicators of Bacterial Metabolic Activity at Slope and Profundal Sites in Lake Superior Sediments. Thesis. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Michigan Technological University. Houghton, MI. 2005.

Verhamme, E.M., M.T. Auer. Comparing Indicators of Bacterial Metabolic Activity at Slope and Profundal Sites in Lake Superior Sediments. International Association of Great Lakes Research, 49th Annual Conference. Ann Arbor, MI. May 2005.

Wheeler, James F., Kevin DeBell, and T.M. Schmitt. Overview of Viable Auxiliary Power Options for Water and Wastewater Utilities. Poster presented at WEFTEC 2005 in Washington, DC, October 2005.

Wolfe, J.R., T.J. Dekker, J.S. Helfand, and D.J. Lautenbach. Modeling Upstream Loads for Evaluation of Combined Sewer Overflow Control. Paper presented at 48th Annual Conference of International Association of Great Lakes Research, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. May 23-27, 2005.


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