Fort Lewis Geology at the Geological Society of America annual meeting

By , October 29, 2010 10:37 pm

The Geological Society of America annual meeting starts in Denver this weekend, and Fort Lewis students and faculty are already on their way there. David Gonzales, Gary Gianniny, Cynthia Dott (Biology), and I will all be there, as will several junior and senior geology majors. If you want to find us, here’s a schedule of our presentations (bold = FLC faculty; italics = FLC students and recent alums):

Sunday, October 31

8:45 am, Room 201: ASYNCHRONOUS, ON-LINE RESOURCES TO REMEDIATE MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: FIVE INSTITUTIONS’ SUCCESSES WITH THE MATH YOU NEED, WHEN YOU NEED IT: WENNER, Jennifer M.,BAER, Eric M.D., BURN, Helen, BENSON, R.G., HANNULA, Kimberly A., and KRAMER, Kate.

2:15 pm, Room 103/105: HYDROGEOLOGIC, ISOTOPIC, AND GEOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF GROUNDWATER-SURFACE WATER INTERACTIONS ALONG THE FRUITLAND OUTCROP: THE BACKDROP FOR COALBED METHANE DEVELOPMENT: KROEPSCH, Adrianne, WILLIAMS, Mark, NYDICK, Koren, GIANNINY, Gary L., and VANSICKLE, Jordan.

3:15 pm, Room 708: THE TALES OF LATE CRETACEOUS TO TERTIARY GRAVELS IN SOUTHWESTERN COLORADO: GONZALES, David A. and GIANNINY, Gary L.

4:40 pm, Room 110/112: A GEOARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION on THE ORIGIN OF SANIDINE-BEARING VOLCANIC TEMPER IN POTTERY SHERDS FROM THE FOUR CORNERS AREA: ARAKAWA, Fumiyasu, and GONZALES, David A.

Poster: INSIGHT INTO TRENDS OF FLUORINE AND CHLORINE IN MAFIC VOLCANIC ROCKS OF THE NAVAJO VOLCANIC FIELD: POTENTIAL IMPLICATIONS FOR MAGMA-VOLATILE SOURCES: GONZALES, David A., CAMMACK, Jacob N., DALBEY, Jacob M., and ZBROZEK, Michael C.

Poster: NEW INSIGHT INTO THE GEOCHEMICAL SIGNATURES OF ULTRAMAFIC TO MAFIC ROCKS OF THE NAVAJO VOLCANIC ROCK: IMPLICATIONS FOR MAGMA SOURCES: GONZALES, David A., ZBROZEK, Michael C., DALBEY, Jacob M., CAMMACK, Jacob N., and KOENIG, Alan E.

Monday, November 1

Poster: IMPACTS OF EARLIER SNOWMELT ON PATTERNS OF STREAMFLOW IN SOUTHWEST COLORADO RIVERS: DOTT, Cynthia E.

Wednesday, November 3

10:15 am, Room 705/707L SYNCHRONOUS MAXIMUM FLOODING ACROSS THE PARADOX BASIN, PENNSYLVANIAN HERMOSA GROUP, SOUTHEASTERN UTAH AND SOUTHWESTERN COLORADO: GIANNINY, Gary L., MISKELL-GERHARDT, Kimberlee J., and RITTER, Scott.

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