Tuesday, October 29 at 4:10pm to 5:30pm
Sinclair Laboratory, Auditorium
7 Asa Dr, Bethlehem, PA 18015
Linking Animal and Human Sources of Water Pollution to the Landscape
In this inaugural event of a new Lehigh lecture series, preeminent water scholar and researcher Dr. Joan B. Rose of Michigan State University will present water as one of the most critical of all the world’s life support systems. Water quantity and quality issues are interlinked with our global biohealth, supporting a sustainable plant, animal and human network. The lecture will discuss interplay of different variables in regard to water quality, water access and water management of various interconnected water resources with particular emphasis on contamination from human and animal sources. Advanced microbial detection techniques and their role in water management and water restoration will be presented.