Browse research posters produced by our students.
Advanced Sensing Research: The goal of RFA 1 is to advance existing analytical tools for traditional pollutants, while also developing methods to identify, characterize and quantify previously unknown contaminants of concern, so that we may assess environmental stressors to aquatic organisms and systems.
- Afia Anjuman: Dissolved organic matter percolated from periphyton in the Everglades: Characterization and interaction with mercury
- Lamar Burton: Effects of Moisture Heterogeneity on Analytical Performance of Ppy Based Sensors Used for Assessing Nitrate in South Florida Sandy Soils
- Autumn Henderson: Using Mass Spectrometry and Statistical Tools to Detect Target, Suspect and Unknown Environmental Stressors in Complex Environmental Systems
- Steven Landeweer: The Use of Mass Spectrometry to Elucidate the Behavior of Two Aquatic Contaminants: UV Filters and Microplastics
- Dennys Leyva: Understanding Dissolved Organic Matter at the molecular level
- Brian Ng: Development of a non-target analysis method for the detection of "unknown" contaminants and a simple polydimethysiloxane (PDMS) sponge for the removal of environmental organic contaminants
- Clement Olanrewaju: Screening of crude oil with GC-EI-MS/APLI-TIMS-TOF MS for PAH-like compounds
- Kassidy Troxell: Detecting and Identifying Water Contaminants Unique to Specific Sources in the Environment: Assessing provenance
- Anthony Duruewuru: Development of analytical tools for the study of Aedes aegypti exposure to common pesticides
- Andrea Santiago-Baez: Using Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry to assess physiological stress in fish
- Abigail Sundberg: Development of New Analytical Tools for the Study of Dissolved Organic Matter
- Paolo Benigni: Novel structural MS-based elucidation methods for the analysis of complex environmental samples
- Anthony Castellanos: Development of analytical tools for the study of Aedes aegypti exposure to common pesticides
- Peter Regier: Long-term drivers of dissolved organic matter (DOM) composition in the Everglades