Saturday April 10, 2010
Earth and Space Sciences Building, Stony Brook University
Link to Call for Papers for information on preparing the abstract.
Speakers please note: All presentations will be in Power Point.
Please bring your presentation on a flash drive or a CD.
You may not use your laptop.
Attendance is Free. Registration is not necessary.
Those wishing to receive hours toward in-service
can attend for any number of hours.
You may attend only the field trip.
There is no charge.
Directions to Stony Brook University
and the Earth and Space Sciences Building
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 6th, 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.
There is a link to the abstract on the title.
Oral Presentations will be in room 123 Earth and Space Sciences Building
Recharge and Head: Preliminary Findings Using a Long-Term Data Set
Katherine Schwarting Deanne Rogers
11:50 Newly Mapped Walloomsac Formation in Lower Manhattan and New York Harbor and the Implications for Engineers Cheryl Moss 12:10 Sediment Analysis of a Stratigraphic Sequence across the K-T Boundary, Manasquan River Basin, NJ J. Bret Bennington
12:30 Rachel Guryn
12:50 End of Presentations and Time for Lunch 2:00
Field Trip on "Runoff Hydrology of Stony Brook Campus"
Gilbert N. Hanson
For further information e-mail to mailto:email@example.com
Tel.: 631 632 8210
DIRECTIONS TO SUNY Stony Brook and ESS BUILDING
From exit 62 of the Long Island Expressway (LIE, I-495) follow Nicolls Road (Route 97) north for nine miles. Pass the South and Main entrances to the University.
· Enter the North entrance which will be on your left.
· At the top of the small hill, turn right on North Loop Road.
· Proceed about 1 mile.
· Turn left onto Campus Drive and then immediately turn left again onto John S. Toll Drive.
· Proceed about 50 yards then turn right into the large paved parking lot.
· The Earth and Space Sciences building is the large concrete building at the northeast end of the parking lot.
Map of campus is on the web at:
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