Freshwater Colloquium: Animal Feeding Operations and Increased Phosphorus
April 24 @ 4:30 pm - 5:20 pm
Zach Raff will present “Remotely Sensed Imagery Reveals Animal Feeding Operations Increase Downstream Dissolved Reactive Phosphorus” as part of the School of Freshwater Sciences spring colloquium. The theme of this semester’s colloquium is Trends in Aquaculture: Meeting the Challenge of Feeding a Changing World.
This presentation is open to the public.
Attend in person at the Great Lakes Research Facility or virtually via Zoom at https://wisconsin-edu.zoom.us/j/99131172471?pwd=NFV6VGpta2gvUXU3TElZVVlRKzJoUT09.
Raff is an assistant professor of economics at UW-Stout. His research interests include environmental and natural resource economics, water economics and policy, nonmarket valuation, and benefit-cost analysis of regulatory policy. He examines the environmental effects of regulatory policy and land use decisions and also has research projects that examine the labor market and public health. He is on the Freshwater Collaborative of Wisconsin Steering Committee.
For the full colloquium schedule, visit https://uwm.edu/freshwater/spring-2023-freshwater-colloquium-events/