28th Conference on
"Geology of Long Island and Metropolitan New York"

Saturday April 10, 2021

 

The online conference will begin at 9:00 AM

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Time

Title

Authors

Affiliation

9:00

Introduction and Diversity in the Geosciences

 
Hanson, GN Stony Brook University
9:15

Supporting Transfer, Growing Programs, and Creating Communities at 2YC Colleges: A legacy of collaboration between SCCC and Stony Brook University
 

Tvelia, S Suffolk County Community College
9:30

IGNEOUS ROCKS OF NEW YORK CITY

Jaret, S
Tailby, ND
Hammond, KG
Rasbury, ET
Wooten, K
 
American Museum of Natural History
American Museum of Natural History
American Museum of Natural History
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook University
9:45

Radar Velocity Analysis in Studying the Barrier Island Sediments of Robert Moses State Park
 

Grandfield,T
Davis, DM
Stony Brook University
10:00

SENSITIVITY OF COASTAL MORPHOLOGY TO CLIMATIC VARIABLES
 

Wrobel, M Stony Brook University
10:15

Geographic Information System (GIS) studies of the Geology of Staten Island New York 
 

Benimoff, AI College of Staten Island/CUNY
10:30

GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS) APPLICATION ON A DESCRIPTIVE SOIL COMPOSITION ANALYSIS OF NASSAU COUNTY, NEW YORK 
 

Maliszka.A
Johnson, A
Marsellos, AE
Hofstra University
10:45

WHAT CAN THE LOCAL GPS NETWORK TELL US ABOUT THE GLACIAL ISOSTATIC ADJUSTMENT OF LONG ISLAND, NY?

Moore, M
Brown, R.
Thomas, M.
Santella, K.
Ballato, B.
Marsellos, A.E.
Tsakiri, K.G.
 
Hofstra University
Hofstra University
Hofstra University
Hofstra University
Hofstra University
Hofstra University
Rider University
11:00


Break with time for Questions and Comments
 

   
11:30

LUMINESCENCE DATING: APPLICATIONS IN EARTH SCIENCES AND GEOARCHEOLOGY
 

Frouin, M Stony Brook University
11:45

Delineation of the Freshwater-Saltwater Interface on Southwestern Long Island, New York, Through Use of Surface and Borehole Geophysical Methods

 

Stumm, F
Como,MD
Zuck, MA

USGS Coram
12:00

AN APPROACH TO STUDY THE COVID-19 STAY-AT-HOME EFFECT ON WATER CONSUMPTION IN LONG ISLAND, NY USING TIME SERIES ANALYSIS OF GROUNDWATER LEVELS

Buchbinder, B.
Phan, E.
Renner, F.
Liebowitz, A.
Achek, M.
Marsellos, A.E.
Tsakiri, K.G
 
Hofstra University
Hofstra University
Hofstra University
Hofstra University
Hofstra University
Hofstra University
Rider University
12:15

The influence of plants on nitrogen biogeochemical cycling in constructed wetlands

Nyer, SC
Price, RE
Volkenborn, N
Aller, RC
Graffam, M
Zhu, Q
Gobler, CJ
 
Stony Brook University
12:30

EVALUATING THE EFFECTS OF ANTIBIOTICS ON THE BIOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATION OF NITROGEN AND PPCP REMOVAL FROM ONSITE WASTEWATER IN NITRIFYING SAND COLUMNS

Clyde, P
Smolinskia, R
Price, R
Venkatesan, A
Brownawell, B
 
Stony Brook University
12:45

THE EFFECT OF ROAD SALT ON TRACE METAL DETECTIONS AND CONCENTRATIONS IN A LONG ISLAND SANDY AQUIFER

Dong, N
Byrne, D
Tonjes, DJ
 
Stony Brook University
1:00 Boron in Soils, Fertilizers and Plants in a Pilot Garden Study  Peritore,B
Downs, D
Wright, C
Wooton,K
Doall,M
Rasbury, ET 
 
Stony Brook University
1:15

Boron Isotope Analysis of Long Island Precipitation

 

Downs, D

Peritore,B
Wooton,K

Wright, C
Rasbury, ET
 

Stony Brook University

1:30

Conclusion with Time for Questions and Comments

   

 

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