Activities

PRESENTATIONS

Geneviève Metson, Jiajia Lin, Jana E. Compton, John A. Harrison. Linking terrestrial phosphorus inputs to riverine export across the United States. Association for Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography, Feb 26-March 3 2017, Honolulu HI USA

Steve M Powers, Arthur Beusen, Alexander Bouwman, Rubel Chowdhury, Graham MacDonald, K Macintosh, Michelle McCrackin,Geneviève Metson, David Viccari, Stephanie Hampton. Global co-distribution of human population density and agricultural lands: Where are the hot spots for phosphorus recycling potential? Association for Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography, Feb 26-March 3 2017, Honolulu HI USA

Graham K. MacDonald, Nathaniel Springer, Geneviève Metson. Applying urban “foodshed” models to land system science. Global Land Project 3rd Open Science Meeting, 24-27 Oct 2016, Beijing China

Geneviève Metson. Food and water security in the face of environmental change through the urban phosphorus lens. Departmental Seminar, October 27 2016, University of California Irvine, Irvine USA

Geneviève Metson. Sustainability and resilience in the face of environmental change through the urban phosphorus lens. Departmental Seminar, October 17 2016, University of Florida, Gainesville USA

Geneviève Metson. Integrating phosphorus into the nitrogen footprint calculator. 3rd Annual Nitrogen Footprint Network Meeting, June 20-22 2016, University of New Hampshire,USA

Geneviève Metson  Sustainability and resilience in the face of environmental change through the urban phosphorus lens. Departmental Seminar, April 11 2016, Rowan University, New Jersey USA

Geneviève Metson. Sustainability and resilience in the face of environmental change through the urban phosphorus lens. Departmental Seminar, March 16 2016, Concordia University, Montreal Canada

Geneviève Metson, Jana E. Compton, Dana Cordell, John A. Harrison, David Iwaniec. Shaping future phosphorus management pathways by understanding the past and present. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Dec 14-18 2015, San Francisco USA

Geneviève Metson. From cities to oceans: How to integrate people into sustainable phosphorus management. Departmental Seminar. Nov 2 2015, Washington State University, Vancouver USA

Geneviève Metson and Elena Bennett. The role of urban agriculture in Montreal phosphorus cycling. 4th Sustainability Phosphorus Summit, Sept 1-3 2014, Montpellier, France

Geneviève Metson.  Using dance to explore and communicate research on sustainable phosphorus management. 10th Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Research Symposium, April 1-2 2014, McGill University, Montreal.

Schulte Moore, L.A., U. Anwar, E. Bennett, C. Chennault, R. Cooley, S. Enloe, L. Hilgemann, A. Jacob, D. Maguire, Josée Méthot, G. Metson, M. Mitchell, T. Nesme, D. Renard, M. Sheikh, I. Sutherland, E. Zimmerman, C. Ziter. 2014. Switch: nine ways to meet Iowa’s nutrient reduction goals. Presented March 3rd at the Iowa Water Conference, Ames, IA.

 Geneviève Metson. L’importance de l’agriculture urbaine sur le cycle urbain du phosphore. Midi-conférence series 2012-2013 put on by l’Universite du Quebec a Montreal Science and Environment Institute, the Collectif en amenagement paysager et agriculture urbaine durable, and the Urban agriculture lab. April 9th, 2013, UQAM, Montreal, Quebec.

 Geneviève Metson, Elena Bennett, James Elser. The role of diet in mined P demand. Third Sustainable Phosphorus Summit. February 29- March 2nd, 2012, UTS, Sydney Australia.

Geneviève Metson, Arijit Guha, Edward Burgess, Lela Preshad.  Comparative Remote Sensing work on Phoenix and London at ASU and visual representation through JEARTH. The Comparative Genetics of Cities: Towards and Integrated Methodology for Pragmatic Urban Decision-making. Workshop at University College London, May 21-23, 2010.

 Geneviève Metson, Anna Krithis, Carissa Taylor The Future of Agriculture and Water in Arizona. Presentation and Discussion of findings to the general public. February 12th 2010. Science Café, Chandler, AZ.

 Members of SOS 594 workshop. The Future of Agriculture and Water in Central Arizona. Workshop presentation to contributing stakeholders. December 11th 2009. Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

Geneviève Metson, Changes in life habits and environments of the Arcidae (Bivalvia, Mollusca) in response to the rise of the Isthmus of Panama”. Undergraduate Research Conference 2009, UCSD, La Jolla, CA

POSTERS

Dana Cordell,Geneviève Metson, David Iwaniec. P-FUTURES Phosphorus: Future Urban Transformations. 3rd International Faecal Sludge Management Conference Jan 18-21 2015, Hanoi Vietnam

Dana Cordell,Geneviève Metson, David Iwaniec. P-FUTURES Phosphorus: Future Urban Transformations .Cities in Future Earth, Third Australian Earth System Outlook Conference Dec 8-9 2014, Canberra Australia

David Iwaniec, Geneviève Metson, Daniel Childers. Phosphoris Cycling in Phoenix and serendipitous recycling. National Science Foundation site review Sept 25-27 2013. Tempe, AZ (Central Arizona- Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research

Geneviève Metson, Elena Bennett, James Elser. Human diet affects phosphorus demand around the world. Fifth McGill Conference on Global Food Security- Food Prices and Political Instability. October 16-18, 2012. McGill, Montreal, Canada. *best poster winner

Geneviève Metson, Christopher Galletti, Elizabeth Cook, Rebecca Hale, Jessica Corman, David Iwaniec. Phosphorus in Phoenix: a budget and spatial analysis of phosphorus in urban ecosystems. Sustainable Phosphorus Summit, February 3-5, 2011, ASU, Tempe, USA. (International Conference)

Geneviève Metson, Jessica Corman, Elizabeth Cook, Rebecca Hale, David Iwaniec, Christopher Galletti. “Nutrient movements in human environment interactions: Phosphorus in Phoenix”. CAP LTER Thirteenth Annual Poster Symposium and All Scientists Meeting, January 13, 2011, ASU, Tempe, AZ (Central Arizona- Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research)

Geneviève Metson, Arijit Guha, Robin Cleland, Benjamin Jewel. “The different roles of urban agriculture: the response of farmers’ markets, community gardens, and dairy farming to economic recession and “green trends” in central Arizona”. ‘Land Systems, Global Change and Sustainability’, Global Land Project Open Science Meeting, October 17-19 2010, Arizona, USA.

Jessica Corman, Elizabeth Cook, Rebecca Hale, Geneviève Metson, David Iwaniec. “An Elemental Approach to Understanding Human-Environment Interactions”. International Conference on Urbanization and Global Change, October 15-17 2010, ASU, Tempe, AZ

Elizabeth Cook, David Iwaniec, Jessica Corman, Rebecca Hale, Geneviève Metson, Jesse Sayles, Xiaoli Dong. “Urban Stoichiometry: An Elemental Approach to Understanding Human-Environment Interactions”. Urban Ecology and Sustainability Twelfth Annual Poster Symposium, January 14, 2010, ASU, Tempe, AZ (Central Arizona- Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research)

AWARDS

  •  Endeavour Research Fellowship, Australian Government (2015)
  • National Research Council Research Associateship, US National Academies of Science  (2015 renewed 2016)
  • Young Scientist Award, 4th Sustainable Phosphorus Summit, Montpellier, France (2014)
  • Graduate Research Enhancement and Travel Award, McGill University (2014)
  • Graduate Excellence Fellowship, McGill University (2011 3 yr scholarship)
  •   Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship, National Science and Engineering Resource Council of Canada (2011 3 yr scholarship)
  •  Spring 2011 Graduate Grant, Central Arizona Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research Site National Science Foundation grant number DEB-0423704, ASU.
  •    President’s Award for Sustainability, Awarded for a group project: Future of Agriculture and Water in Central Arizona, Arizona State University (2010)
  •  Provost Achievement Award, Graduating senior, Warren College UCSD (2009)
  •  Phi Beta Kappa Honors Society, UCSD Chapter (2009)
  •    Mary Louise and Charlie Robins Endowed Scholarship Fund for Marine Sciences, Undergraduate Research, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD (2008)
  •  Dean of Physical Sciences Undergraduate Award for Excellence, Undergraduate Research, UCSD (2008)
  •  Provost Honors, UCSD (2005-2009)

OTHER SERVICE ACTIVITIES

2017 – Participant. Livable Urban Futures Workshop, Food-Energy-Water System and Extreme Hazard Risks (UNMASK) Project. The Urbanization and Global Environmental Change Project (UGEC). Hunter College – City University of New York, New York, NY USA

2017 – Association for Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography membership

2016 – Participant. 3rd Transformative Knowledge Workshop for the Transformations to Sustainability International Social Science Council Programme. Jawaharlal Nehru University. New Delhi, India

2016 – North America regional committee member. Integrated land ecosystem-atmosphere processes study (iLEAPs) Early Career Scientist Network

2014 – Guest panelist for Vanier Celebrates Women in Science. Vanier College, Montreal, Qc Canada

2014 – Working group facilitator at the 4th Sustainability Phosphorus Summit Montpellier, France

2011-2014 Groupe de Travail en Agriculture Urbaine (GTAU) Montreal member (spokes-person 2012-2013 elected)

2015 – Volunteer session note-taker. World Resource Forum Asia-Pacific 2015. University of Technology Sydney, Australia

2012-2014 – Faculty of 1000 Associate Faculty Member

2012­­­­ – Graduate Student Social Chair, School of Sustainability, ASU. Elected Position

Peer-reviewer of manuscripts for journals including:

  • Agroecology and Food System Transformation
  • Environmental Research Letters
  • Ecological Engineering, Nutrients Cycling in Agroecosystems
  • Journal of Industrial Ecology
  • Resource Conservation and Recycling
  • Food Security
  • Science of the Total Environment
  • Global Change Biology
  • Global Environmental Change
  • Journal of the American Water Resources Association

MEMBERSHIPS

2015 – American Geophysical Union

2012 – Ecology Society of America

2011-2015 –Quebec Center for Biodiversity Science

WORKSHOP PARTICIPATION

2015 – International Geosphere-Biosphere Program and Future Earth Workshop on co design and co-production for early career researchers. San Francisco, CA USA

2012 –Dissipation and Recycling Node. 4th Global transdisciplinary processes for sustainable phosphorus management (Global TraPs) Workshop. El Jadida, Morocco

2010 ­­­­– Participant. Farming and food systems as social-ecological systems: integrated assessment for resilience and adaptive capacity. NOVA University Network. Finland

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