Seminars at SCCWRP

SCCWRP hosts researchers and policy experts from all around the world who come to SCCWRP to give seminars. Seminars cover a range of topics related to the stewardship of water and the environment, and are open to the public.

Seminars begin at 11:00 a.m. on Fridays in SCCWRP’s main conference room and last for one hour, unless otherwise noted.

Seminars are recorded and archived. To view a video recording of a past seminar, click on the presentation titles below. For older seminars, go to the Seminars Archive page. Seminar recordings are available dating back to 2008.

Spring 2020 Seminar Series

View Spring 2020 seminar flier (PDF)

Speaker(s) Title Date
Dr. Hefa Cheng
Peking University

Dr. Yuanan Hu
China University of Geosciences
Agricultural practices in China

  • Environmental pollution and public health risk from the use of phenylarsonic feed additives in swine and chicken farming

  • Identification and apportionment of the sources of heavy metals in agricultural soils using qualitative and quantitative statistical methods

Friday, January 24
Dr. Julia Lowndes
University of California, Santa Barbara

R and teamwork for better science in less time
Friday, February 7
Dr. Heiko Schoenfuss
St. Cloud State University
Assessing the load reduction of endocrine active compounds after disinfection upgrades at two 250 MGD treatment plantsFriday, March 13
Dr. Gretchen Hofmann
University of California, Santa Barbara
Marine heatwaves, deoxygenation and OA, oh my! Using long-term data to examine climate-change related impacts on marine organismsFriday, March 27
Dr. Dawn Wright
Ease leads to exposure, exposure leads to adoptionFriday, April 10
Dr. Phillip Gedalanga
California State University, Fullerton
Investigating the role of cell viability in genetic markers for microbial source tracking of fecal contamination in a southern California watershedFriday, May 8