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Learn about the staff behind Water on the Web project:

Lindsay Anderson
Rich Axler
Cindy Hagley
George Host
Barbara Liukkonen
Glenn Merrick
Nate Meyer
Kent Montgomery
Bruce Munson
Del Nordman
Chris Owen
Jane Reed
Carl Richards
Scott Robertson
Elaine Ruzycki
Alexander Tokhtuev
Norm Will
  About Us : Presentations

Rich Axler. 2004. Using time-relevant, intensive lake and stream data for training technicians and educating citizens, students, resource agencies and decision-makers . Co-authors are abundant and include: George Host, Norm Will, Elaine Ruzycki, Jane Reed, Jerry Henneck and Gerry Sjerven from NRRI; Cindy Hagley, Jesse Schomberg abnd Carl Richards from Sea Grant; Bruce Munson and Zandy Zwiebel from UMD-Education; Chris Owen from Apprise Technologies, Inc; Marnie Lonsdale, Todd Carlson, Jerry Walker and Al Odean from the City of Duluth; and John Barten, James Johnson and Brian Vlach from Three Rivers (Hennepin) Park District. Presented at the National Science Foundation - Environmental Engineering Directorate sponsored workshop " Sensors for Environmental Observatories (SEO)" on November 30 - December 2, 2004 held at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA.

George Host. 2004. Remote Underwater Sensing Technology and Data Visualization coauthored by Rich Axler, Bruce Munson, Cynthia Hagley, and Carl Richards at the Future of Open Water Observation Technology for the Great Lakes workshop sponsored by NOAA and the International Joint Commission and held in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Host, G., R. Axler. 2003. Internet-based remote sensing and visualizations of water quality information: education applications for specialists and citizens. Frontiers in Assessment Methods for the Environment (FAME), August 10-13, 2003, Minneapolis, MN.

Hagley, C., R. Axler, G. Host, G. Merrick, B. Munson, and C. Richards. Water on the Web: Training Water Science Technicians with an Online, Data-rich Curriculum. Presented at the Society for Conservation Biology Annual Meeting, June 29, 2003, Duluth, MN.

Axler, R. & Meyer,N. Followup to School Water Monitoring Project and Duluth Streams Presentation. Washburn Middle School in Duluth, MN. May 29, 2003.

Munson, B. Training Water Science Technicians. Presentation to the Advisory Board for the Center for Environmental Education in Duluth, MN. April 30, 2003

Meyer, N. & Meyer, B. How Well Do You Know Your Watershed? Presentation at St Louis Riverwatch Congress in Cloquet, MN. March 25, 2003

Munson, B. Using "Live" Data to Teach about Water - Water on the Web
(WOW), Lake Access, and Duluth Streams for the Phi Delta Kappa chapter meeting in Duluth, MN. February 13, 2003.

Munson, B. Water on the Web seminar for graduate students at University of Minnesota-Duluth in Duluth, MN. January 27, 2003

Hagley, C.A. Infusing water quality curriculum with cutting edge technology. Presented at the 16th Annual Minnesota Earth Science Teachers Conference, held at the Science Museum of Minnesota, February 8, 2002.

Hagley, C.A. and B. Liukkonen. Tools for shoreland education. Dec 2-4, 2001, Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts Annual Meeting, Bloomington, MN. 50 attendees.

Hagley, C.A. and B. Liukkonen. Shoreland Volunteer Training. Nov. 17, 2001, Little Falls, MN. 26 attendees

Host, G. E., R. P. Axler, E. Ruzycki, and N. Will. Data Quality in Real Time: Lessons from Lake Access and Water on the Web. EPA EMPACT National Meeting 2001, Philadelphia, PA. August 2001.

Munson, B. Water on the Web:Going beyond the Pond presented at the National Marine Educators Association annual conference in Victoria, BC on July 19, 2001.

Munson, B. Presented summary of the Water on the Web project at the National Science Teachers Association annual conference in St. Louis, Missouri. March 22, 2001.

Munson, B. Presented water quality training program as part of the Minnesota/Wisconsin Science Teachers' Association annual conference in Duluth, MN. March 15, 2001.

Hagley, C.A. Model Program Presentation: Water on the Web and the Lake Access Project. Invited Presentation. February 13, 2001. System Wide Monitoring Program (SWMP) Workshop. Sponsored by the National Estuarine Research Reservce Program. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.

Hagley, C.A., R.P. Axler, G.E. Host, B.H. Munson, G.W. Merrick, J.M. Barten, and C.J. Owen. Using "Live" Data to Teach about Water - Water on the Web (WOW) and Lake Access. Invited Presentation for a Special Session entitled "Innovative Approaches for Linking Science and Society through Education (Science and Society)" Presented at the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography national meeting, Feb 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM.

Axler, R., C. Hagley, G. Host, and B. Munson. Biology Department Seminar, Univ. MN-Duluth, November 2, 2000.

Axler, R., B. Munson, G. Host, C. Hagley, G. Merrick, C. Owen, B. Liukkonen, and J. Barten. Water on the Web and Lake Access: Students and Community Members. 2000.

Axler, R.P. Monitoring Minnesota Lakes over the Internet. 62nd Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, 2000, 3-6 December 2000, Minneapolis, MN.

Axler, R. and G. Host. Water on the Web. Seminar presented at the Natural Resources Research Institute, University of Minnesota, Duluth, MN, January 5, 1999.

Host, G. Axler, R. , B. Munson, and C. Hagley. Water on the web (WOW): Monitoring Minnesota's lakes on the Internet. Presented at TechFest, University of Minnesota, Duluth, MN, March 19-20, 1999 and March 10, 2000.

Axler, R., B. Munson, C. Hagley, G. Host, G. Merrick , K. Montgomery, and C. Owen. Water on the web (WOW): Monitoring Minnesota's lakes on the Internet. Annual meeting of the North American Benthological Society (NABS), Duluth, MN. May 1999.

Axler, R., B. Munson, C. Hagley, G. Host, G. Merrick and C. Owen. Water on the Web (WOW): Monitoring Minnesota's Lakes on the Internet. Annual Meeting of the North American Lake Management Society, Reno, NV, Dec 1-5, 1999.

Host, G.E., R.P. Axler, J. Barten, C.A. Hagley, B. Liukkonen, B. Munson, C. J. Owen and G. Spiotta. The Lake Access EMPACT project: Advanced remote sampling and data visualization tools for delivering and interpreting real-time water quality information on urban lake systems EPA National Environmental Monitoring Technology Conference, Sept 19-20,2000 Boston, MA.

Hagley, C.A., R.P. Axler, G. Host, B.H. Munson, G. Merrick, C.J. Owen, B.L. Liukkonen, and J. Barten. Water On The Web and Lake Access: Students and Community Members Monitoring Minnesota Rivers And Lakes Over The Internet. Presented at Second National Extension Natural Resources Conference, sponsored by the USDA Cooperative Research, Education, and Extension Service Natural Resources and Environment and the Association of Natural Resources Extension Professionals. May 16-18, 2000, Stateline, NV.

Owen, C.J.,R. Race, G. Host, R. Axler, B. Munson, C. Hagley. Low-Cost Profiling Systems for Marine and Freshwater Applications. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution/Office of Naval Research / Marine Technology Society sponsored Oceanographic Buoy Workshop 2000 seminar. May 9-11, 2000.

Ruzycki, E. and L. Anderson. Water on the Web: Students Monitoring Minnesota Lakes on the Internet . poster presentation at Minnesota Water 2000: A Watershed Year, Looking Back, Planning Ahead, April 25-26, 2000, Minneapolis, MN.

Hagley, C. Water on the Web: Students Monitoring Minnesota Lakes on the Internet. Invited speaker, Great Lakes Commission Annual Meeting in Duluth, MN, May 11, 2000.

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