Conferences, Presentations, and Published Works (listed by project):
[updated Nov 2010]
Adelman, M, A. D. Kney, M. Rothenberger, B. Peacock*. (In Review) Rethinking the Value of Municipal Waste Compost through Improved Nitrogen Management. Journal of Environmental Management.
Adelman, M.J. and Kney, A.D. (2010). Techniques for nitrogen management in municipal solid waste composting. Proceedings of the ASCE World Environmental & Water Resources Congress, May 2010, Providence, RI.
Adelman, M.J., Griesbach, H.H., Caserta, M., and Kney, A.D. (2010). Nitrogen mass balance in an in-vessel compost batch. Environmental Chemistry Student Symposium, March 2010, State College, PA.
Adelman, M.J., Griesbach, H.H., Caserta, M., and Kney, A.D. (2010). Nitrogen mass balance in an in-vessel compost batch. Lafayette College Sustainability Conference, Easton, PA, April 2010.
Adelman, M.J. (2009). Reducing watershed nutrient loading through compost nitrogen management. Pennsylvania Water Environment Association PennTec Conference, June 2009, Lancaster, PA.
COMPOSTING – GENERAL
Peacock, B.C., Moore, B., “Campus Composting.” Lehigh Valley Association of Colleges Sustainability Conference, Center Valley, PA, February 2009.
Peacock, B.C., Moore, B., “Campus Composting.” Lehigh Valley Ecology and Evolution Seminar, Allentown, PA, April, 2009.
Clark, E., Lovering, J. (2010). “Composting: A question of money, education, or stewardship?” Lafayette College Sustainability Conference, Easton, PA, April 2010
*A demonstration and poster presentation was done at the Easton Farmer’s Market Composting Day, June 2010.
Peacock, B.C., Kney, A.D., “Development of a Constructed Wetland System Integrating Agricultural Production with Runoff Treatment.” ASCE World Environmental & Water Resources Congress, Providence, RI, May 2010.
SURFACTANT-LOADED ION EXCHANGE FIBERS
Dorn, S.E., Adelman, M.J., and Greenleaf, J.E. (2010). Surfactant-loaded ion exchange fibers for organics remediation. Pennsylvania AWWA Annual Conference, May 2010, Lancaster, PA.
Adelman, M.J., Dorn, S.E., and Greenleaf, J.E. (2010). Surfactant-loaded ion exchange fibers: a novel pollution-control technology. Proceedings of the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, April 2010, Missoula, MT.
Clinton Global Initiative University- Austin, TX Feb. 2009
Auburn University Hunger Summit–Feb 2009
Bell, J., Clark, E. “Creating a Sustainable Food Loop at Academic Institutions through Food Waste Composting and Organic Vegetable Production” CBLR Expo, Lafayette College, Easton, Pa, April 2010
Colon, Daniella, “Campus Sustainability Through Vegetated Roofs” LVAIC, PA, February 2009
Colon, D., Elliot R., Gold, D. “Campus Sustainability Through Vegetated Roofs” Lafayette College Sustainability Conference, Easton, PA, April 2010
Shoemaker, Jeffrey. “Perchlorate Remediation and Resin Regeneration Using Metal-Loaded Polymeric Ligand Exchangers” LVAIC, PA, Feb 2009
Shoemaker, Jeffrey. “Direct Reduction Using Stabilized, Zero-Valent Iron Nanoparticles; An Improved Approach to Perchlorate Remediation.” [Powerpoint presentation] EWRI, Providence, Rhode Island. May 2010.
Shoemaker, Jeffery, Mylon, Steven. “Rapid Destruction of Perchlorate on Ion Exchange Resin Using Stabilized, Zero-Valent Iron Nanoparticles (nZVI).” [Paper submission] EWRI, Providence, Rhode Island. May 2010.
Shoemaker, Jeffery. “Direct Reduction of Perchlorate on Ion Exchange Resin using Stabilized, Zero-Valent Iron Nanoparticles.” [poster presentation] National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR), Missoula, Montana. April 2010.
Adelman, M., Griesbach, H. “Environmental Education for After-school Programs” CBLR Expo, Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania, April 2010.
Peacock, B.C. Naval Academy Science and Engineering Conference. Annapolis, Maryland, November 2010.
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