Fall 2017 Student Capstone Projects

Northview Pond is a stormwater retension pond built in the rapidly developing Northview neighborhood area of northwestern Manhattan.

Thirteen students – from three colleges and eight different majors – successfully completed the NRES capstone course in Fall 2017.  Faculty advisors were Dr. Trisha Moore (Biological & Agricultural Engineering) and Dr. Douglas Goodin (Geography).

Students worked on two different projects including “Vegetation Impacts of Flooding in Wildcat Creek Watershed” and “Northview Pond Remediation”.  Project reports and scientific poster presentations can be viewed and downloaded from the NRES website.

Congratulations to students Kaden Berry (Agronomy), Monica Disberger (Art), Chelsea Fleming (Biological & Agricultural Engineering), Samantha Grieger (Biology), Jaimie Houser (Biological & Agricultural Engineering), Kristen Jones (Civil Engineering), Gary Koons (Geography), Derek Kvasnicka (Park Management & Conservation), Tyler Peterson (Agricultural Technology & Management), Rory Reichelt (Civil Engineering), Nathan Tolle (Park Management & Conservation), Elena Watson (Civil Engineering), and Benjamin Williams (Park Management & Conservation).

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