This session will be held in a “Wonder Room.” A few key Wonder details:
- Wonder is designed for use on desktop and laptop computers (no mobile devices, tablets).
- Wonder must be used on Google Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge. (If your default browser is something else, copy and paste the URL in the window that automatically opens up in your default browser and paste it into Chrome, Firefox, or Edge.)
- Wonder can be accessed without a camera (however, you will need a microphone).
- You'll want to close out of Zoom or other video conferencing software before joining (so your camera and mic are available to Wonder).
- For more information about Wonder: https://tinyurl.com/WWAWonderRoom
Cole, Stephanie*: Early discovery and management of the invasive European Frog-Bit (Hydrocharis morsus-ranae) in Wisconsin
Connor, Nick: Restoration of the Honey Creek headwaters
Green, Erin; Bog-associated vegetation enhances plant species diversity in southeastern Wisconsin calcareous fens
Janssen, Erik: Little Plover River Headwaters Wetland Restoration Remnant Seedbank Study, Plover, Wisconsin
Kolb, Liam: Reference wetland hydrologic regime monitoring
Leach, Alexis*: The use of benthic wetland algae for tertiary wastewater treatment in Chicago, Illinois
Pearson, Robert: 34 Years of WisDOT wetland mitigation: Past, present, future, and did you know?
Schiedermayer, Lydia*: Reconnecting a riverine wetland: Constructing a hydrologic budget for a restored wetland
Wagner-Lueck, Nicole*: Wetland connections: The correlation of parasites between ducks and snails collected from Mead Wildlife Area
Wefferling, Keir: Using bryophytes as wetland indicator species for peatland integrity.
*indicates participant in the student poster presentation competition
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