Lunch by the Water Graduate Student Seminars

Date(s) - 10/27/2023
11:45 AM - 12:45 PM

210 Pugh Hall


The UF Water Institute Lunch by the Water is a monthly seminar series that allows graduate students to present their ongoing research to a broad and diverse audience of water scientists. While enjoying lunch, attendees have a chance to network with Water Institute faculty and other graduate students, fostering an interdisciplinary exchange of ideas among colleagues with a mutual interest in water-related issues.
This month’s speakers are Nick Chin discussing “Connecting red tide (Karenia brevis) bloom timing and severity to environmental conditions and across southwest Florida” and Abhishek Rajan discussing “Evaluating Stakeholder Preferences for Aquatic Invasive Plant Management: Evidence from a Choice Experiment in Florida”