Nwadike, B.A., Harner, B.T. and L.G. Adams. 2018. The Effect of Surface Runoff on the Water Quality of a Creek on the campus of Kennesaw State University. KSU Equinox Week’s Lecture Series on Water. Kennesaw State University’s Equinox Week, Kennesaw, GA.
Adams, L.G., Mwaniki, J.N., Dabdoub, S.J., Adams, M.G., and B. A. Nwadike. 2018. SPLASSH (Student Programs Like Aquatic Science Sampling Headquarters), a Collaborative Real-time Crowdsourcing Platform for Watershed Studies. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR.
Adams, L.G., Dabdoub, S., Hamadeh, S., Ereddia, D., and M. Adams. 2016. SPLASSH: A Platform to Showcase Data Collected by Students. Ocean Sciences Meeting – American Geophysical Union’s Youth Symposium. New Orleans, LA.
Adams, L.G. 2015. What’s the Catch? A Fishing Identification App. Kennesaw State University’s Shark Tank Competition. Kennesaw State University. Kennesaw, GA
Adams, L.G. 2014 and 2015. SPLASSH (Student Programs Like Aquatic Science Sampling Headquarters), an Information Exchange Network About Water. Georgia Institute of Technology’s Computing For Good Senior Capstone Course. Atlanta, GA.
Adams, L.G., Persaud, R., Adams, D., and S. Hamadeh. Student Programs Like Aquatic Science Sampling Headquarters (SPLASSH), a Social Platform about Water. MTS/IEEE Oceans’13. San Diego, CA.
Adams, L. G. and T. Howick. 2013. Monitoring the Chattahoochee River Using the Basic Observation Buoy (BOB), A Partnership Between a University and Nature Center. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO). New Orleans, LA.
Matsumoto, G.I., Johnson, K. and L.G. Adams. 2013. Sensor Networks Used for both Research and Education, What Is Needed to Make Research Sensors Suitable for the Classroom. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO). New Orleans, LA.
Adams, L. G. 2012. Student Monitoring Programs. Marine Science Program Seminar Series. University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.
Adams, L. G. and A. Taylor. 2012. Coastal Monitoring Partnership Between a University Scientist, A Local High School and a Museum, Using the Basic Observation Buoy (BOB). Ocean Sciences Meeting. Salt Lake City, UT.
Spence, L. and L.G. Adams. 2011. Basic Observation Buoy Technology Overview. The Centers for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence – Technology and Engineering for Knowledge (COSEE-TEK) Professional Development Workshop for Formal and Informal Educators. University of Connecticut, CT.
Adams, L.G., Spence, L., Levin, D., Bliss, A., and E.V. Bell. 2011. Coastal Monitoring Using the Student Friendly Basic Observation Buoy (BOB). Southeast Tidal Creeks Summit. Charleston, SC.
Adams, L.G. and G. Matsumoto. 2011. Engaging our Students Using Real-time Data. Co-Chaired a Workshop at the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography Conference (ASLO). San Juan, Puerto Rico.