This session will livestream into YouTube. Click the “Join Session” link and you’ll be connected to this livestream (note: the link won’t work until 5 minutes before the scheduled start of the session). Use the “Ask a Question” for the presenter Q&A. (You can also ask a question via YouTube comments, however, you must be signed in to YouTube to be able to do this.)
Before and after the lightning round presentations, socialize and network with attendees and exhibitors. See Agenda for details.
Coastal wetland plant community responses to record-high Lake Superior water levels: An Allouez Bay case study
European frogbit (Hydrocharis morus-ranae L.) discovered in a coastal wetland with declining floristic quality
Q&A with presenters
*indicates participant in student presentation competition
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