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2007 EMEP Conference Posters

Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation, and Protection in New York:
Linking Science and Policy
November 15-16, 2007
Albany Marriott, 189 Wolf Road, Albany, NY

Please refer to the poster list and the poster abstracts for more information

Ecosystem Response to Sulfur, Nitrogen and Mercury

Conference Posters
Poster Location Poster Title Organization Poster Presenter
E1 Mercury in Fish from New York State Lakes [PDF] New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Howard Simonin
E2 NYSDEC's Program to Monitor Mercury Wet Deposition and Speciated Ambient Mercury in Two Urban Areas [PDF] New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Dirk Felton
E3 Retention, Transformation, and Potential Long-Term Export of Mercury from Wetlands to Surface Waters in the Adirondack Region, New York, USA Cornell University Jason Demers
E4 Assessment of Methylmercury Availability in Bats in New York [PDF] BioDiversity Research Institute David Evers
E5 Songbirds as Indicators of Environmental Mercury Loads in New York [PDF] BioDiversity Research Institute Melissa Duron
E6 Dynamics of Hg in Forest Wetland Ecosystem in the Adirondack Region of NY, USA Syracuse University Ryan Adams
E7 Response of Yellow Perch (Perca flavescens) in Adirondack Lakes to Changes in Atmospheric Deposition of Mercury and Strong Acids [PDF] Syracuse University Ryan Adams
E8 Mercury Accumulation in Seston Across a Range of Lakes in the Adirondack Mountains, New York Syracuse University Ryan Adams
E9 Long-Term Monitoring and Assessment of Mercury Based on Integrated Sampling Efforts Using the Common Loon, Prey Fish, Water, and Sediment [PDF] Wildlife Conservation Society's Adirondack Loon Conservation Program Nina Schoch
E10 A Geospatial Assessment of Mercury Bioaccumulation and Trophic Transfer in Amphibian Populations from the Northeastern United States Harvard University, School of Public Health Mike Bank
E11 Nitrate Isotopes as Tracers of Nitrogen Cycling Processes in Watershed of Varying Land Use in New York [PDF] U.S. Geological Survey Carol Kendall and Doug Burns
E12 Nitrogen Isotopes as Indicators of NOx Source Contributions to Atmospheric Nitrate Deposition across the Midwestern and Northeastern United States U.S. Geological Survey Carol Kendall and Doug Burns
E13 Quantifying Atmospheric Nitrogen Sources with New Stable Isotope Techniques: What Have We Learned? U.S. Geological Survey Carol Kendall and Doug Burns
E14 Why do Different Anthropogenic Sources of Atmospheric Nitrate Have Distinctive Isotopic Signatures? U.S. Geological Survey Carol Kendall and Doug Burns
E15 Representativeness of Adirondack Long-Term Monitoring Lakes and Recovery from Acidification [PDF|3.52 MB] E&S Environmental Chemistry, Inc. Tim Sullivan
E16 Effects of Acid Rain on the Chemistry of Western Adirondack Streams in 2003-2005 [PDF] U.S. Geological Survey Greg Lawrence
E17 Assessment of Nitrogen and Acidic Deposition Impacts to Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystems of Tug Hill [PDF] State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry Greg McGee
E18 Biogeochemistry and Hydrology of an Adirondack Watershed: A Comparative Approach [PDF] State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry Matt Domser
E19 Real-Time Access of Remote Data in the Adirondack Mountains State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry Pat McHale
E20 Evaluating Changes in Water Quality in Adirondack Lakes from Adirondack Long-Term Monitoring (ALTM) Program [PDF] New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Jed Dukett
E21 Unexpected Responses of an Oak Forest to Nitrogen Amendment [PDF] Institute of Ecosystem Studies Gary Lovett
E22 Mineral Sources of Calcium and Phosphorus in Soils of the Northeastern USA [PDF] State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry Ruth Yanai
E23 The Influence of Calcium Addition Upon Forest Floor and Mineral Soil Horizons in a Watershed Impacted by Acidic Deposition [PDF] Syracuse University Youngil Cho
E24 Comparison of Cloud and Rain Chemistry Observations at Whiteface Mountain [PDF|2.82 MB] Adirondack Lakes Survey Corporation Nenad Aleksic
E25 Regional Forest Health and Stream and Soil Chemistry Using a Multi-Scale Approach and New Methods of Remote Sensing Interpretation, Catskill Mountains, NY  [PDF|4.82 MB] U.S. Geological Survey/ U.S. Forest Service Richard Hallett
E26 The Adirondack Effects Assessment Program: Lake Water Chemistry Comparisons Between 1994 and 2006 Darrin Fresh Water Institute Robert Bombard
E27 Amphibian Communities of Brooktrout Lake, a "Recovering" Acidified Lake in the Adirondacks New York State Museum Mary Beth Kolozsvary
E28 Atmospheric Deposition and Stream Water Monitoring in Biscuit Brook Watershed, Catskill Mountains, N.Y. U.S. Geological Survey Michael R. McHale
E29 Recovery of an Acid Lake, Brooktrout Lake. III. Biological and Chemical Interactions New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Jay A. Bloomfield
E30 Response of Phytoplankton Assemblages to Decreasing Acidic Deposition in Adirondack Mountain Lakes Patrick Center for Environmental Research, Academy of Natural Sciences Charles Boylen
E31 Submersed Macrophyte Communities of Adirondack Lakes: Relationships Between Community Structure and pH Darrin Fresh Water Institute Charles Boylen
E32 Acidification Effects and Recovery of Zooplankton in Selected Adirondack Lakes Marist College William H. Shaw
E33 Recovery of an Acid Lake, Brooktrout Lake. I. Chemical Recovery New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Scott O. Quinn
E34 Recovery of an Acid Lake, Brooktrout Lake II. Biological Recovery New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Clifford Siegfried
E35 Investigating Interactions between Carbon, Nitrogen, and Calcium Cycles in the Woods Lake Watershed, Adirondack Park [PDF] Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University April Melvin
E36 Seasonal Variation in Nitrogen Retention Processes in a Coupled Terrestrial-Aquatic Ecosystem: A Tracer Experiment [PDF] Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University Christy Goodale
E37 Expected Changes in Deposition of Sulfur and Nitrogen over New York State Following CAIR [PDF] New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Kevin Civerolo
E38 Organic Contaminant Sources to the Lower Hudson Basin Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University Beizhan Yan
E39 Fish Assemblages of 31 Adirondack Lakes, 1995-2006 New York State Museum Robert A. Daniels
E40 Use of 16S rDNA Sequencing to Elucidate Microbial Communities in Adirondack Lakes of New York State Darrin Fresh Water Institute Sascha F. Percent

Air Quality and Related Health Research

A1 Monitoring the Impact of Title IV (EPA Acid Rain Program) at Whiteface Mountain: An Exercise in "Accountability" in Air Quality Management Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Kenneth L. Demerjian
A2 Traffic Impacts on Air Quality: The Missing Link in Pollution Exposure? Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Kenneth L. Demerjian
A3 Fast Time Response Measurements of Gaseous Nitrous Acid (HONO) Using a Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectrometer: HONO Emission Source from Vehicle Exhausts Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Yongquan Li
A4 HONO Emissions from Vehicle Exhaust as a Function of Vehicle Operating Conditions Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Yongquan Li
A5 Photoelectric Charging Characteristics of Particles from Mobile Emissions: Applications to Source-Selective Measurements Clarkson University Suresh Dhaniyala
A6 Miniature Instruments for Particle Sizing and Compositional Analysis Clarkson University Suresh Dhaniyala
A7 A New Conception for Environmental Measurement of Ultrafine Particles Topas GmbH/ TSI Incorporated Bob Anderson
A8 Modeling Formation and Evolution of Size-Resolved Soot Particles in Diesel Engine Modeling Formation and Evolution of Size-resolved Soot Particles in Diesel Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Chowdhury G. Moniruzzaman
A9 Characterization of Ultrafine Particle Emissions from a Gasoline Vehicle Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Fangqun Yu
A10 Nanoparticle Formation in the Exhaust of Vehicles Running on Ultra-low Sulfur Fuel [PDF] Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Hua Du
A11 Applications of Passive and Active Remote Sensing for Monitoring of Aerosols City College of the City University of New York Fred Moshary
A12 Ultrafine Particles and Cardiac Responses: Evaluation in a Cardiac Rehabilitation Center [PDF] University of Rochester Medical Center and Clarkson University David Chalupa
A13 New York State Air Pollution and Health Studies Inventory Data Base Department of Epidemiology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Ronald H. White
A14 Seasonal Abundance of Wood Smoke Markers and Cholesterol in Fine Particles from the New York Metropolitan Area [PDF] Rutgers University Monica A. Mazurek
A15 Organic Speciation of Vehicle Exhaust Particulates: Gasoline and Diesel Light-Duty Vehicles [PDF] Rutgers University Monica A. Mazurek
A16 A Quantitative Protocol for Highly Polar Organic Compounds in PM2.5 from the New York City Airshed [PDF] Rutgers University Monica A. Mazurek
A17 Characterization of Oxygenated Organic Compounds Using a High-Resolution Time-of-Flight Aerosol Mass Spectrometer [PDF] Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Brian Frank
A18 Characterization of Laboratory-Generated Secondary Organic Aerosols Using a High Resolution Time-of-Flight Aerosol Mass Spectrometer [PDF] Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Brian Frank
A19 Emissions Characteristics of Residential Gas, Oil and Wood Pellet Fueled Heating Systems [PDF] Brookhaven National Laboratory Roger J. McDonald
A20 Characterization of Nitrogen Containing Organic Species in Fog/Cloud Waters Using a High-Resolution Time-of-Flight Aerosol Mass Spectrometer Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Yele Sun
A21 Impacts of Clean Diesel Strategies/Technologies on Air Quality and Exposure in New York Cornell University K. Max Zhang
A22 A Comprehensive Evaluation of the NYS Clean Air School Bus Program Cornell University H. Oliver Gao
A23 Predicting near real-time PM2.5 FRM Concentrations from Continuous Mass and Species Measurements in New York City [PDF] New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Dirk Felton
A24 Highlights of PM2.5 Continuous Speciation Measurements in New York [PDF] New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Oliver V. Rattigan
A25 Characteristics of Aerosol Growth Events at Urban and Rural Locations in New York [PDF] Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Min-Suk Bae
A26 A Method for Extracting Additional Information on the Organic, Elemental and Pyrolyzed Carbon from Real Time Measurements with the Sunset Carbon Aerosol Analyzer [PDF] Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Min-Suk Bae
A27 Investigation of Secondary Organic Signals in Nitrate Measurements by Aerosol Mass Spectrometer [PDF] Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Min-Suk Bae
A28 A Case Study of Urban Particle Acidity and Its Influence on Secondary Organic Aerosol Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Qi Zhang
A29 A High-Resolution Time-of-Flight Aerosol Mass Spectrometer Study on Size Resolved Aerosol Composition at the Peak of Whistler Mountain during INTEX-B Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Qi Zhang
A30 Component Analysis of Organic Aerosols in Urban, Rural, and Remote Atmospheres Based on Aerosol Mass Spectrometry Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Qi Zhang
A31 Ozone, Trace Gas, Particulate Matter, and Key Indicator Measurements at ASRC's Rural Field Site in Addison, NY: 1995-2005 [PDF] Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York James J. Schwab
A32 Continuous Measurements of Nitric Acid and Ammonia at a Rural New York Site [PDF|3.92 MB] Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York James J. Schwab
A33 Relationships Between Aerosol Scattering and Fine Particulates at Whiteface Mountain in Upstate New York [PDF] Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Utpal K. Roychowdhury
A34 Use of CMAQ Modeling System in Forecasting PM2.5 Air Quality over New York State [PDF] Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Christian Hogrefe
A35 Long-Term Air Quality Simulations Over the Northeast: Model Performance and Potential Applications for Health Impact Analyses [PDF] Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Christian Hogrefe

Alternative Energy and Emerging Technologies

ALT 1 Mitigation of Ecosystem Degradation by Bio-energy using Biochar [PDF] Cornell University Johannes Lehmann
ALT 2 Ethanol/Biodiesel - Challenges and Opportunities NYSERDA Carl Mas

Climate Change

C1 Permanent Carbon Dioxide Storage in Deep Ocean Sediments Along the U.S. NE Coast [PDF] Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory David Goldberg
C2 Modeling the Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Air Quality and Deposition Over the Northeastern U.S. [PDF] Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York Christian Hogrefe
C3 Carbon Sequestration Utilizing the Wollastonite Resources of New York State Columbia University Sam Krevor
C4 Carbon Sequestration in New York [PDF] New York State Museum Alexa Stolorow
C5 PlanNYC 2030 Mayor's Office of Long Term Planning and Sustainability Carter Strickland, Jr.

Environmental Technology: Power Generation

P1 Modeling Advanced Designs for Zero Emission Power Plant Technologies [PDF] Columbia University Xinxin Li
P2 Using LIBS Measurements for Coal Quality Monitoring and Upgraded Power Plant Control [PDF] Lehigh University Ricardo X. Moreno
P3 Case Study: Using Milling Technology and CFD Modeling to Improve Trona Utilization for SO3 Control at AES Somerset [PDF|3.12 MB] O'Brien & Gere Jonathon Norman
P4 Substratum Intake System: An Alternate Power Plant Cooling Technology EEA:Energy & Environmental Analysts, Inc. Roy Stoecker, James E. McAleer, Michelle K. Nannen

For additional information please contact
Amanda Stevens – 1-866-NYSERDA, ext. 3325; emep@nyserda.ny.gov

Last Updated: 07/01/2014