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Titles for the conference on
"Geology of Long Island and Metropolitan New York"

Saturday April 21, 2001

Earth and Space Sciences Building, SUNY Stony Brook


To Long Island Geologists Web Page

Companies, agencies, schools, universities and colleges are encouraged to display promotional or informational material at the conference at no cost.
Inform us by April 16, if you would like to have a display.

There is an e-mail link to the author(s). The link on the title goes to the abstract on the web. Abstracts are due March 1.

Some of the abstracts have extensive graphics. Be patient while they download.

Presen-
tation

Title

Authors

Affiliation

Abstract Only

Temporal changes of the salt marshes of a north shore Long Island pocket bay

Gregg Cademartori
Larry Swanson

SUSB

Oral

The Queens Tunnel Complex: A newly discovered granulite facies Fordham orthogneiss complex that dominates the subsurface of western Queens

Pamela C Brock.1
Patrick W.G. Brock
Charles Merguerian2

1Queens College
2Hofstra

Oral

Young rhyodacite dikes found in the Queens Tunnel beneath Woodside, Queens

Charles Merguerian

Hofstra

Oral

Grain-Size Analysis and Provenance of Long Island Loess

Jian Zhong1
Sidney Hemming2
Gilbert N. Hanson1

1SUSB
2
Lamont Doherty

Oral

Boulders on Stony Brook Campus reveal geology of Long Island Sound basement

Waldemar Pacholik
Gilbert N. Hanson

Central Islip HS
SUSB

Oral

Long Island Clast Orientations and what they till us

Elliot C. Klein
Dan M. Davis

SUSB

Oral

Nitrogen Cycling in the Pore Waters and Sediment of a Standing Recharge Basin

Ashaki Rouff
Gilbert N. Hanson

SUSB

Oral

An International Perspective of Submarine Groundwater Discharge

Ronald J. Paulsen1
Christopher F.Smith2
Daniel O'Rourke2
Teng-fong Wong3
Henry Bokuniewicz3

1Suffolk Co. Health
2Cornell Coop Ext
3SUSB

Oral

Shell color and predation in the Cretaceous oyster Pycnodonte convexa from New Jersey

J Bret Bennington

Hofstra

Oral

Is there a connection between groundwater seepage and Brown Tide Blooms in Long Island embayments?

Christopher Gobler
Sergio Sanudo-Wilhelmy

Southampton College
SUSB

Oral

Dinoflagellate diversity at the KT boundary, Bass River section, NJ - Sea level change or methan burp? or both?

Farnoosh Saeedi
Daniel Habib

Queens College

Oral

The Geologic History of Rockaway Barrier Beach, NY

Lillian Hess Tanguay

CW Post

Oral

Proterozoic tectonic history of the Hudson Highlands, Orange & Rockland
Counties, New York

David Valentino1 
Alexander Gates2 
Jeffrey Chiarenzelli1
Michael Hamilton3
JoAnn Thomas1
Timothy Allers1

1SUNY Oswego
2Rutgers Newark
3Geol. Surv. Canada

Oral Erosion in Jamaica Bay: Causes, Questions and Sea Level Rise Alexander Kolker1
Ellen K. Hartig2 
Vivien Gornitz2 
1SUSB
2Goddard Institute for Space Studies
Oral BNL Source Water Assessment for Drinking Water Supply Wells. Drew Bennett
Doug Paquette
Keith Klaus
William Dorsch
Brookhaven National Laboratory

 Poster

Radioactive "black sand" deposits on the North Shore of Long Island

 

Garman Harbottle
Elena Eritta

SUSB
SUNY Farmingdale

Poster

A petrographic comparison of Triassic caliches from the Gettysburg and Hartford Basins

Jessica Nienstedt
Glenn Spataro
Cherri Sookdeo
Troy Rasbury
Carol de Vet

SUSB

Poster

Analysis of Data from Staten Island NY for Tropical Storm Floyd

Alan I. Benimoff

College of 
Staten Island

Poster

The selection and enhancement of a topographical study site

Lee Ann Rafferty

Smithtown HS

Poster

The factors involved in the formation of the moving dune system: Napeague 

Rahal Kahanda

Ward Melville HS

Poster

Changes in bottom morphology of Long Island Sound near Mount Misery Shoal as observed through repeated multibeam surveys

Laurie Zaleski
Roger Flood

SUSB

Poster

Morphologic analysis of Shinnecock Inlet using multibeam sonar

Yutao Guan
Roger Flood

SUSB

Poster

Arsenic in bedrock wells in Connecticut

C.J. Brown
S.K. Chute

USGS Hartford
Conn. Public Health

Poster

Flax Pond: A Historical Perspective of  Geomorphic Development

Danielle Tomasso

Mount Sinai HS

Poster

Shallow stratigraphy of Great South Bay: Implications for the evolution of Long Island's South Shore

Steven Goodbred

Z. Usher 

SUSB

Washington & Lee

Poster

Numerical Investigation of Sediment Bypassing at Shinnecock Inlet, NY

Charlene Sullivan1
Roger Flood1
Daniel Conley2

1SUSB
2
NATO Saclant Undersea Research Centre, La Spezia, Italy

Poster Applications of Constructivism in Earth Science Mary Griffin Longwood Central SD
Poster Delta progradation within a transgression of sea level: Examples from the New Jersey continental margin  Cecilia M. G. McHugh1
Gregory S. Mountain
2
John E. Damuth2
Wuchang Wei3
1Queens College
2Univ. Texas Arlington
3Scripps Institute

Please submit the following information when submitting titles:
title, 
authors and affiliation, 
address, e-mail, and  telephone and fax numbers for the corresponding author,
whether the requested presentation is oral, poster or abstract only.
All presentations require an abstract!

You may submit title by e-mail to gilbert.hanson@sunysb.edu

Submit to:
Long Island Geologists
Earth and Space Sciences Building
S.U.N.Y.
Stony Brook, New York 11794-2100

Tel.: 516 632 8535; Fax: 516 632 8240

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