Poster Session

Poster Session

NCSE's Poster Session provides the opportunity for research scientists, university faculty, students, and others to share research, innovations, and initiatives relevant to the intersection of security and the environment. It will run from the opening of registration on Tuesday, January 15, to after the closing reception on Thursday, January 17 at the Ronald Reagan and International Trade Center in Washington, DC. 
 

Please fill out the below application to present your poster.   You must be registered for the conference for your poster to be accepted. There is a $70 poster fee in addition to the conference fee.*


Poster should be 36" x 48" and will hang in the Atrium Oculus for the duration of the conference.

Accepted Posters

01. Living on the edge: technology, prediction, and human behaviour in two landslide-prone provinces in South-Western China
Kathleen Conners, Rebecca Elder, Krystal Lomas, Lita O’Halloran
Ecosystem Management Technology Program, Sir Sandford Fleming College

02. Myotislucifugus: Combating the spread of West Nile Virus in Urban Environments
Courtney Allison, IssamHammoud, David Himelfarb, Kelly McLean, SarmelaRamachandranathan
Ecosystem Management Technology Program, Sir Sandford Fleming College

03. Honeybee Decline in North America:  Short-term Mitigations and Long-term Solutions
Sam Brown, Trevor Dezan, Emily Johnston, Josh Logel and Nick Shurben
Ecosystem Management Technology Program, Sir Sandford Fleming College

04. Phytoplankton Decline: Cascading Effects on Global Ecosystem Function
Justin Fujimoto, Jenny Fulton, Jordan McNamara, Katherine Moesker
Ecosystem Management Technology Program, Sir Sandford Fleming College

05. Power to the People: Minimizing Electricity Disruptions in the Face of Natural Disasters
Stefanie Ferri, Jody Marks, Jason Picard, David Ryrie
Ecosystem Management Technology Program, Sir Sandford Fleming College

06. Hazardous Material Contamination in the Great Lakes: Less pollution is the best solution!
Curtis Dunnell, Eric Pade, Greg Meisner, Kim Pollock
Ecosystem Management Technology Program, Sir Sandford Fleming College

07. Another One Bites the Dust: Dust Clouds as Mechanisms of Aquatic Ecosystem Change
Monique Aarts, Brooke Smith, Grace Taurozzi, James Vandevenne
Ecosystem Management Technology Program, Sir Sandford Fleming College

08. Preparing for Environmental Refugees: An Ecological Approach to Urban Design
Emma Bennett, Holli Campbell, Amber Hawkins, Alannah Hunt, Lauren Smith
Ecosystem Management Technology, Sir Sandford Fleming College

09. Sparking a Difference in Adaptive Management: Identifying Fire Risk Communities in Western Canada
Dylan Goutos, Kari Jansen, Macall Robinson, Matthew Walmsley
Ecosystem Management Technology Program, Sir Sandford Fleming College

10. Environmental and Economic Hazards of the 75-year-old, 1936 U.S. Flood Control Program
Peter E. Black
SUNY ESF

11. Resilience without qualms: Mississippi women survivors of Hurricane Katrina – six years later?
Ophera A. Davis
Independent Scholar

12. Weathering Climate Risks: Advancing Corporate and Community Resilience
Steve Winkelman, Kelly Klima
Center for Clean Air Policy

13. Socio-economic vulnerability of African Americans to hurricanes in the Gulf Coast of the United States
Tanveer Islam
Department of Emergency Management, Jacksonville State University

14. Environmental security assessment in the Czech Republic
Blanka Loučková, Eliška Lorencová, David Vačkář, Tomáš Hák, Svatava Janoušková, Simona Losmanová
CzechGlobe, Global Change Research Centre, Czech Republic

15. Social and Economic Benefits from Increased Flood Resilience of Ecologically-Beneficial Stream Crossing Design:  Examining Tropical Storm Irene Impacts in Vermont
Amy Unthank, Nat Gillespie, Lauren Campbell
U.S. Forest Service

16. Modeling the Sensitivity of Tropical Cyclone Yasi to Environmental Factors such as Sea Surface Temperatures and Estimating its Effect on the Great Barrier Reef
Chelsea Parker, Amanda Lynch
Brown University

17. Community Resilience and Hurricane Ida: How Marginalized Salvadorans Lacking NGO and Governmental Support Cope with Climate Shock
Beth Tellman
School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University

18. Studies of Decision Making, Education and Social Aspects of Community Response to Accelerating Sea Level Rise
Larry Atkinson, Jenifer Alonzo, Rafael Diaz, PoornimaMadhavan, Michael Robinson, Burton St. John, Elizabeth Smith
Old Dominion University

19. The Role of Applied Public Health Epidemiology in Disasters
Josephine Malilay, Michael Heumann, Rachel Roisman
US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

20. The Growth of Vulnerabilities: Development in the 100 Year Floodplain
Jaimie Hicks Masterson
Texas A&M University

21. Post-Disaster Applications of an Automated Rapid Damage Assessment Approach with a Combination of Laser Scanning Technologies and the Computational Geometry
Alireza Geranmayeh Kashani, David Grau
University of Alabama

22. Modeling Scenarios of Human Migration from the Republic of the Marshall Islands due to Sea-Level Rise
Donna Davis, Frank Farmer, Stephen Boss
University of Arkansas

23. Cumulative Regional Integrated Operability Score (CRIOS): To Assess Risks and Achieve Emergency Management Integration within Tribally Inclusive Geographic Areas
Anne Garland, Lloyd Mitchell, ARIES Student Participant Team
Applied Research in Environmental Sciences Nonprofit, Inc. (ARIES) and University of Maryland, College Park

24. USGS Seismic Risk Web Application: A Tool for Preliminary Risk Assessment
Anna Olsen, Sean McGowan, Nicolas Luco
U.S. Geological Survey

25. Analysis and Comparison of Geohazard Management in Diverse Geographic Locations Inhabited by Indigenous Communities
Kurt Swalander, Lloyd Mitchell, Anne Garland
Applied Research in Environmental Sciences Nonprofit, Inc. (ARIES) and University of Maryland, College Park

26. Local GIS Capacity in Northeast Coastal States, A Policy Analysis
Hannah Dean, John Duff
University of Massachusetts, Boston

27. Adapting to Wildfire: Rebuilding After Home Loss
Miranda H. Mockrin, Susan I. Stewart, Patricia Alexandre, Garry Sanfaçon, Volker Radeloff, Roger Hammer
USDA Forest Service, Colorado State University, University of Wisconsin, Boulder County, Oregon State University

28. Tweeting Sandy: Observed Climate Risk Amplification Before, During, and After Hurricane Sandy
Peter Jacques, Gita Sukthankar, Claire Knox
University of Central Florida

29. The Vulnerabilities of the Gullah/Geechee Peoples in the Sea Islands, South Carolina
Sarah Meyers, Nicole Machuca, Annette Watson
College of Charleston

30. Acidification of Earth:  An Assessment Across Mechanisms and Scales
Karen C. Rice, Janet S. Herman
U.S. Geological Survey, University of Virginia

31. Why Renewable Energy Matters
Gary Oram
University of Montana

32. Carbon Capital as a Mechanism to Fund Landscape-scale Wildfire Mitigation Projects in the West
Katharyn Woods, Jason Langer, Spencer Plumb, Erik Nielsen, Deborah Huntzinger
Northern Arizona University

33. Using Real-Life Events to Increase Students’ Scientific Literacy
James A. Brey, Ira W. Geer, Robert S. Weinbeck, Elizabeth W. Mills, Kira A. Nugnes, Maureen N. Moses
National Science Foundation, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

34. Strategies for Working with Place Memory in Community Disaster Recovery
Julia Badenhope
Iowa State University

35. ArkNow.net: How to Prepare Population to Counter Natural Disasters Independently
Elchin Khalilov
Scientific Research Institute for Prognosis and Studying of Earthquakes (Baku, Azerbaijan), International Committee GEOCHANGE on Global Geological and Environmental Change (Munich, Germany)

36. The Peace Corps Master’s International (PCMI) Program at the College of Charleston: A Tool for Addressing the Challenges of a Dynamic Environment
Nicole Machuca, Sarah Meyers, Cheryl Carmack, Benjamin Weiss, Tyler Hassig, Ashley Schnitker, Laura Mudge, Andrew Wynne, Tim Callahan, and David Owens
College of Charleston

37. Watershed Investment Programs to Help Support Evidence-Based Ecological Restoration in Fire Adapted Forests
Abraham E. Springer, Sharon Masek Lopez, Diane Vosick, Wallace Covington
School of Earth Sciences and Environmental Sustainability, Ecological Restoration Institute, Northern Arizona University

Please contact conference@ncseonline.org with any questions.
*Information on payment will be given upon acceptance.