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Video Links from the 2007 Forum as provided by Brookhaven National Laboratory
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Thursday, October 11, 2007  

12th Annual Pine Barrens Research Forum Program Click Here for .pdf

Part 1 Time: 1:38:33


Watersheds, Water Quality and Land Use: Science to Policy
Larry Liggett, Director of Land Use and Technology Programs, New Jersey Pinelands Commission www.state.nj.us/pinelands/

Source Water Protection in Suffolk County
Steven R. Colabufo, Lead Hydrogeologist, Suffolk County Water Authority

Part 2 Time: 1:17:53

In-situ Bio-remediation of a High Mass Discharge Plume of Dissolved Fuel Oxygenates Impacting the Carmans River

Joseph E. Haas III, Engineering Geologist II, Remediation Section Supervisor, Division of Environmental Remediation, Bureau of Spill Prevention & Response, Dept. of Environmental Conservation

 Suffolk County Stormwater Management Program
Angel Dybas, Stormwater Specialist, Marine Program, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County

Present Hydrologic Conditions on Long Island
Jack Monti, Hydrologist, Hydrologic Surveillance & Analysis Work Group, U.S. Geological Survey, New York Water Science Center

Part 3 Time: 1:28:04

 Protecting Scenic Resources Through Regional Planning in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area

Brian Litt, Planning Manager, Columbia River Gorge Commission

The Forge River: A River in Trouble?
Larry Swanson, Director, Waste Reduction and Management Institute, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, SUNY at Stony Brook

Part 4 Time: 29:16

Acid Rain and Its Effect on Long Island Soil

Gilbert N. Hanson, Distinguished Service Professor, Dept. of Geosciences, SUNY at Stony Brook

Part 5 Time: 1:02:20

 Variations in Water Quality and Ca/Al ratios in sediment of Coastal Plain Ponds of Eastern Long Island

Murty Kambhampati, Shakera Pinder, LaTonya Stemley, Ha’Wanna St. Cyr (SUNO), and Timothy Green (BNL), Southern University at New Orleans and Brookhaven National Laboratory
www.suno.edu www.bnl.gov

 Quantitative and Qualitative Microbial Fingerprint of Pine Barren Forests of Long Island, NY
Vishal Shah, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Dowling College www.dowling.edu




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