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26th Conference on
"Geology of Long Island and Metropolitan New York"

Saturday April 13, 2019

 

Presentations are in the Lecture Hall (ESS 001) in the 
Earth and Space Sciences Building,
Stony Brook University
Directions to Stony Brook University and the Earth and Space Sciences Building

 

The conference will begin at 9:00 AM and is FREE.

Speakers please note: All presentations will be in Power Point. 
Please bring your presentation on a flash drive. 
You may not use your laptop.

 

No need to register. Just show up.

Geologists may receive contact hours towards professional development.

Teachers: the link for the CTLE registration is  https://forms.gle/y3pEcZ9dxPJ9yqn46

You can attend for any number of hours.

Everyone is welcome. Especially students.


To Long Island Geologists Web Page

Authors, Abstracts and Titles to date (04/05/2019)

 

Title

Authors

Affiliation

Time

Oral Presentations

   
9:00 Introduction and Geoscience Workforce Gap
 
GN Hanson Stony Brook University
9:15 Reversing the Enrollment Trend: GeoPATHS Extra: Geoscience Educational Opportunities & Career Oriented Research Experiences
 
S Tvelia Suffolk County Community College
9:30 An Analysis of Pebbly Loess in the Dwarf Pine Plains, West Hampton Beach, NY E Caulfield
D Garcia
Stony Brook University
9:45 Insights into Evolution of Fire Island at Robert Moses State Park using GPR and OSL V Kundic
DM Davis
 
Stony Brook University
10:00 “Re-Mapping” Harlem’s Glacial Lake, New York City, NY C Moss Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers 
10:15 Emerging Contaminants in Long Island Groundwater  N Valkenburg PG
 
Huntington, NY
10:45 Oral Presentations by Poster presenters
 
   
11:00 Coffee and poster viewing
 
   
11:30 Analysis of Groundwater Quality of Shelter Island, Suffolk County, New York S Chen
I J Fisher
P Zhang
USGS Coram, CCNY
USGS Coram
CCNY
11:45 Behavior of iron and other metals in a lignocellulose-based biofilter for onsite wastewater treatment: Implications for metals cycling in the LI Upper Glacial Aquifer R Price
Z Collins Smith
M Graffam
G Heufelder
SC Nyer
N Volkenborn
H Walker
LM Wehrmann
CJ Gobler
Stony Brook Univ.
Stony Brook Univ
Stony Brook Univ.
Worcester Polytech
Stony Brook Univ.
Stony Brook Univ.
SBU &Worcester Polytech
Stony Brook Univ.
Stony Brook Univ.
12:00 Occurrence of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in shallow groundwater, Long Island, New York IJ Fisher
B A McCarthy
S Chen
PJ Phillips
USGS Coram
USGS Coram
USGS Coram
USGS Troy
12:15 Water Resource Monitoring of the Central Pine Barrens region of Long Island, NY B Bayraktar
IJ Fisher
A Simonson
USGS Coram
12:30 Mapping groundwater salinity and sampling for nitrogen loading in a Phragmites-invaded
coastal wetland in Douglas Manor, Queens, NY
JB Bennington
D Darnaud,
S Dwyer
L Munn
S Dierks
Hofstra
Hofstra
Hofstra
Elmont Memorial High School
GEI Consultants
12:45 Geologic and Hydrogeologic Conditions beneath St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Manhattan, New York City, NY J Rhyner PW Grosser
 

Field Trip

   
1:15 PM Field Trip: Nature of Campus soil (soil profile, soil pH, soil Ca/Al ratio, pebbly loess)

 

GN Hanson  
 

Poster Presentations

   
  Bathymetric Sediment Traps in New York Harbor  abstract  poster G Castro
E Lysakova
New York Harbor School
  Statistical Analysis of Public Awareness of Groundwater Contamination from the Northrop Grumman Plume Affecting Select Communities in Nassau County, New York M Maliszka
C Urrea
DJ. LoMonaco
G Taylor
AE Marsellos
Hofstra University
  Times Series Regression and Spectral Analysis on Nitrate Concentrations
in Long Island, New York
T Plitnick
R Lagattolla
KG Tsakiri
C Petrocheilos
AE Marsellos
Hofstra University
Hofstra University
Rider University
Plymouth Unversity UK
Hofstra University
  Time Series Analysis Comparing Climatic Averages and the Water Levels of aquifers in Albany, NY and Queens, NY A Rienzo
SL Roscoe
L Mahoney
P Weinstein
KG Tsakiri
C Petrocheilos
AE Marsellos
Hofstra University
Hofstra University
Hofstra University
Hofstra University
Rider University
Plymouth Unversity UK
Hofstra University
  Spectral Analysis of the Groundwater Levels in a Suburban versus an Urban Region. An Example from Suffolk and Queens Counties in Long Island, NY J Tran
PL Rodriguez
T Smith
KG Tsakiri
C Petrocheilos
AE Marsellos
Hofstra University
Hofstra University
Hofstra University
Rider University
Plymouth Unversity UK
Hofstra University

 

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