"Geology of Long Island and Metropolitan New York"(1995)

April 22, 1995 - Earth and Space Sciences Building - SUNY Stony Brook


TimeTitle AuthorsAffiliation
8:45Pick up registration materials, View posters
9:30Introductory remarks Gilbert N. Hanson SUNY Stony Brook
9:40Provenance of Neoproterozoic to Early Paleozoic sedimentary rocks of southwestern New England Barbara Bock

S.M. McLennan

G.N. Hanson

SUNY Stony Brook
10:20NE-, not SE-, directed paleoflow of the Palisades magma north of Staten Island, New York - new evidence from xenoliths and contact relationships Charles Merguerian,

John E. Sanders

Hofstra University
10:40Late syn-intrusive clastic dikes at the base of the Palisades intrusive sheet, Fort Lee, NJ, imply a shallow (about 3 to 4 km) depth of intrusion Charles Merguerian

John E. Sanders

Hofstra University
10:40Break, View posters
11:00 Recumbent fold in displaced slab of Upper Cretaceous sediments, Princes Bay, Staten Island, New York: Further evidence that ice flowing southeastward deposited the Harbor Hill Moraine John E. Sanders, Charles Merguerian, Hofstra University
Steven C. Okulewicz College of Staten Island
11:20 Evaluation of superimposed drift sheets, Port Jefferson, NY - Stratigraphic and ground-water flow implications Kurtis W. Stokes Law Environmental, Inc.
Les Sirkin Adelphi University
11:40REE chemistry of Pleistocene silt and sand, Setauket, Long Island Steven M LevSUNY Stony Brook
12:00Lunch, View posters
1:00Evidence for pre-Woodfordian ages of Long Island's terminal moraines John E. Sanders,

Charles Merguerian

Hofstra University
1:20 The computer morphology and geomorphology of the natural opening and artificial closing of Little Pike's Inlet at Westhampton Beach, Long Island Fred Mushacke New York State DEC
Fred Wolff Hofstra University
1:40Seismic stratigraphy in southern Long Island Sound: the role of lateral tranport in clinoform development Roger D. FloodSUNY Stony Brook
2:00 Deglaciation of Eastern Long Island: The terminal moraine, recessional moraines, outwash, proglacial lakes and meltwater channels Les SirkinAdelphi University
2:20 Evaluation of background metal concentrations Richard J. Baldwin H2M Group
2:40Break, View posters
3:00Applications of ground-water modeling in Kings and Queens Counties, New York Paul E. Misut

E. R. McNew Cartwright

Christopher E. Schubert

Jack Monti Jr.

Anthony Chu

USGS Coram
3:20 Delineation of the saltwater-freshwater interface at selected locations in Kings and Queens Counties, Long Island, New York, through use of borehole geophysical techniques Anthony Chu,

Frederick Stumm

USGS Coram
3:40Bromide in Long Island groundwaters and surface waters Martin A. A. Schoonen,

Vikki Devoe

Craig J. Brown

SUNY Stony Brook
4:00Effects of road salting on stormwater and ground-water quality at the East Meadow Brook headwaters area, Nassau County, Long Island, NY Craig J. Brown

Michael P. Scorca

USGS Coram
4:20View posters
5:00End of conference
PosterUtilizing analog groundwater flow models to illustrate and experiment with principles of groundwater Andrew LeonardWest Islip School District
Poster Long Island: A learning laboratory for earth and environmental sciences Glenn RichardSUNY Stony Brook
Poster A particle tracking study of the Peconic River watershed, Long Island, NY Pawel Dziedzic SUNY Stony Brook
Stanislaw Stasko Wroclaw University
Martin Schoonen SUNY Stony Brook