The UF Water Institute is hosting Dr. David Kaplan, UF Water Institute 2017 Faculty Fellow, as the Distinguished Scholar Seminar speaker this month. Dr. Kaplan’s research focuses on linkages among the hydrological cycle, ecosystem processes, and human activities, with the goal of advancing natural resource conservation and management. He has worked extensively with water and environmental management agencies to tie hydrological modeling to ecological outcomes, predict restoration effects, and guide water management decision-making. Dr. Kaplan also the leads the Water Institute Graduate Fellows (WIGF) cohort focused on Hydrologic transformation in the Amazon basin. Please join us as Dr. Kaplan presents Socio-Ecohydrology of a Dammed Amazon. The seminar will take place on Wednesday, March 21, from 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM in the J. Wayne Reitz Union Room 3320. For additional details, please contact UF Water Institute’s Carol Lippincott at firstname.lastname@example.org. More information on the presentation can be found below.