Environmental Science and Policy (ES&P)

Graduate Program Annual Symposium (2013)

Environmental Science and Policy (ES&P) brochure, invitation and poster/program

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List of Student Projects:

Arun Poojary
“The Value of Common Land Ecosystems to Local Communities: An Analysis Using the Contingent Valuation Method of Economic Valuation Approach in Jhadol Block of Udaipur District, India”
Readers: Prof. Timothy Downs and Prof. Sam Ratick
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David Safari
“Impact of Socio-economic Factors and Water Quality on Human Health in Rural Areas of Bufundi Sub County in Uganda: Implications for Policy and Practice”
Readers: Prof. Timothy Downs and Prof. Barbara Goldoftas
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Liudmila Osipova
“Conservation Network Assessment in Bolivia Under Climate and Land Cover Change Scenarios”
Readers: Prof. Florencia Sangermano
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Rachel Sensenig
“Determining the Green Threshold of Reusable Shopping Bags”
Readers: Prof. Rob Goble and Prof. Abigail Mechtenberg
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Ray Beauregard
“The Educational Basis for a Pilot Program of Interpretive Guides on the North Carolina Fort Fisher/Southport Passenger Ferry”
Reader: Prof. Timothy Downs
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Suresh Chandra Kumawat
“The Potential Impact of Farm Ponds Structures on the Socio-economic Condition and Poverty in Sehore Madhya Pradesh, India
Readers: Prof. Barbara Goldoftas and Prof. Steve McCauley
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Tuyen Dinh
”Assessing the Status of Dedrobium Species (Orchidacea) Recorded in The Hoang Lien National Park, Lao Cai Province, Vietnam”
Reader: Prof. Verna DeLauer
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Xiao Chen
“Trends of Field Windbreak in Eastern Nebraska: A GIS-Based Comparative Analysis between 2003 and 2010”
Reader: Prof. Jennie Stephens
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Meghan Helmberger
“Spatial and Temporal Comparison of Chromophoric Dissolved Organic Matter in Lakes Across the North Slope of Alaska”
Readers: Prof. Karen Frey and Prof. Halina Brown

Mary Kozlak Becker
“Implementing a Scientific Decision Based Framework to Support Management of Unconventional Water Quality Pollutants: Phosphorus as a Case Study”
Readers: Prof. Rob Goble and Paul Stacey, Research Coordinator, Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

Holly Jones
“Cattle and the Climate Debate: An Environmental Impact Assessment of Beef in Boston Area Supermarkets”
Reader: Prof. Sam Ratick

Hoang Dao
“Sustainable Solid Waste Management in Danang City, Vietnam: The 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) Approach Focusing on Community Participation”
Readers: Prof. Timothy Downs and Prof. Verna DeLauer

Shi Chen
“The Barriers for the Development of Energy Efficiency Programs in Worcester”
Reader: Prof. Steve McCauley

Latoya Jones
“Smartphone User Replacement Habits, Accelerated Obscelescance, and E-Waste”
Readers: Prof. Rob Goble and Prof. Abigail Mechtenberg

Daines Mgidange
“Climate Change Awareness in Communities Adjacent to Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania”
Readers: Prof. Steve McCauley

Yujuan Chen
“Does Emission Weighted Proximity to Point Source Polluters Influence Mercury Concentration in Surface Water and Mercury Wet Deposition in Texas?”
Reader: Prof. Sam Ratick

Junli Zhang
“Impact of Land Use Change on Water Quality in Dianchi Lake, Yunnan, China”
Reader: Prof. Steven McCauley

Ran Wang
“Power Load Peak Shaving in China: An Optimization for Grid Safety”
Reader: Jennie Stephens

Melissa Joyce
“Organics Management at Sodexo: Case Study at Clark Dining Services and Manager’s Implementation Guide”
Readers: Prof. Halina Brown and Prof. Laura Graves

Subhashree Pradhan
“Relationship between Fluorosis and Socio-economic Status of People in Nuapada District of Odisha, India”
Reader: Prof. Barbara Goldoftas

Chantal Roberts
“Stakeholder Valuation of Post-harvest Technologies in Sub-Saharan Africa with Local Innovation”
Readers: Prof. Abigail Mechtenberg and Prof. Rob Goble

Tara McLaughlin
“Assessing Risk in Southern Peru: Mining, Livelihoods and Hydrological Resources”
Reader: Prof. John Rogan

Ria Langheim
“Smart Grid in US Media”
Readers: Prof. Jennie Stephens and Prof. Halina Brown

Lechuan Wang
“Business Plan of GreenPass Energy Consulting, LLC”
Readers: Prof. Mark Tigan and Prof. Laura Graves

Brad McNamara
“Freight Farms – Allow Anyone to Grow Food Anywhere”
Readers: Prof. Mark Tigan and Prof. Laura Graves

Ashley Howard
“Consulting for Fitchburg Water Division”
Reader: Prof. Laura Graves

Ben Gardner
“Clark University Interactive Green Map”
Readers: Prof. Sam Ratick and Prof. Jenny Isler

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