Program for the Twelfth Conference on
"Geology of Long Island and Metropolitan New York"

Saturday April 16, 2005

Earth and Space Sciences Building, Stony Brook University

Link to Call for Papers for information on preparing the abstract. 

Registration is free except for teachers or professionals
desiring 7.5 contact hours toward in-service credit.

 

Those wishing to receive in-service credit for attending the Conference
must register at conference site before 9 a.m. and pay a registration fee of $10.

 

Bring your lunch or buy it at on-campus eateries!
For example, the Student Activities Center Cafeteria near the ESS Building
or the Jasmine Food Court in the Charles B. Wang Center

 

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 12, if you would like to have a display.

Summary of Program

8:30 a.m.

Register and View Posters

9:00 a.m.

Introduction

9:15 a.m.

Oral Presentations

9:45 a.m. 

Two minute oral summaries by Poster Presenters and lab tour leaders
Questions and Comments from Audience

10:30 a.m.

Coffee and View Posters

11:00 a.m.

Oral Presentations

12:00 Noon

Lunch, View Posters

12:45 p.m.

Visit Labs, Field Trips

1:15 p.m.

Oral presentations

2:15 p.m.

Coffee, View Posters, Visit Labs, Field Trips

2:45 p.m.

Oral Presentations

4:00 p.m.

 45 minute Field Trip to Hummocky Terrane South Campus

 

 

Field Trips and Lab Tours

 

Leaders

Meet 

12:45 p.m.

2:15 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

Isotope Lab Tour

Troy Rasbury

317

X

 

 

Long Island DEM Field Trip

Bret Bennington

331

X

 

 

Boulder Field Trip

Wal Pacholik

 001

 

X

 

Soil Water

Valerie Slonecki

001

 

X

 

South Campus Field Trip

Gil Hanson

001

 

 

X

 

Bring an Umbrella for the Field Trips in Case of Rain!

 

There is an e-mail link to the author(s). The link on the title goes to the abstract on the web. Abstracts are due March 1.

There is a link to the abstract on the title.

Oral Presentations will be in the the Lecture Hall (ESS 001) Earth and Space Sciences Building

Poster Presentation will be in the First Floor Lobby of the  Earth and Space Sciences Building

Time

Title

Authors

Affiliation

8:30
 a.m.

Registration, Coffee, View Posters

 

 

9:00

Introduction

G.N. Hanson

 

9:15

Alternative front yard ground cover using native vegetation

J. Potente

The Paumanok Project

9:30

Evaluating nitrate leaching below maintained turfgrass sites, Suffolk County, Long Island, New York

J. Munster
G.N. Hanson
H. Bokuniewicz

Stony Brook Univ.

9:45

Summary of Presentations by Poster Presenters
Descriptions of Lab Tours and Field Trips by leaders

 

 

10:30 

Coffee and View Posters

 

 

11:00

Loading patterns in varved Pleistocene sediment in the NYC area

C. Moss
C. Merguerian

Mueser Rutledge
Hofstra Univ.

11:15

Determining the Direction of Ice Advance Forming the Roanoke Point Moraine From a Survey of Hartford Basin Erratics

J.B. Bennington
T. Young

Hofstra Univ.
Oceanside H.S.

11:30

Further Ground Penetrating Radar Investigations into Hither Hills Glacial Tectonism

K. T. Goetz
D.M. Davis
M. Cangelosi

Stony Brook Univ.

11:45

Newly discovered ophiolite scrap in the Hartland Formation of midtown Manhattan

C. Merguerian
C. Moss

Hofstra Univ.
Mueser Rutledge

12:00

Lunch, View Posters

 

 

12:45
p.m.

View Posters, Field Trips

 

 

1:15

Dating New York - The Last Glacial Maximum of the Laurentide Ice Sheet in the New York area

J.M. Schaefer1
V. Rinterknecht1,
G.N Hanson2
S. Hemming1
S.Ivy-Ochs3
P. Kubik3

1Lamont-Doherty
2 Stony Brook Univ.
3 ETH Zuerich

1:30

History of the Great South Bay estuary: Evidence for a catastrophic origin

S. Goodbred, Jr
P. Locicero
V. Bonvento
S. Kolbe
S. Holsinger

Stony Brook Univ.

1:45

Drainage systems associated with the latest Pleistocene-Holocene paleoshoreline on the New York-New Jersey continental margin  

C.A. Hartin1,
C.M.G.McHugh1&2,
H. Gould1,
D. Gurung1

1Queens College
2Lamont-Doherty

2:00

Marsh Loss on Long Island: Does Biogeochemistry Trump Climate Change?

A. Kolker,
S.L. Goodbred,
J.K. Cochran,
R. Aller

Stony Brook Univ.

2:15

View Posters, Field Trips, Lab Tours

 

 

2:45

Sediment transport patterns on the ebb-tidal delta at Shinnecock Inlet, NY.

L. Huang, R.D. Flood

Stony Brook Univ.

3:00

Groundwater Discharge to Long Island Salt Marshes:
Theory, Inferences, and Data.

D. J. Tonjes,
E. O'Brien
K. Somers

Cashin Associates, P.C.

3:15

Impact of environmental remediation of a superfund site: metal levels in water, sediments and crabs from Foundry Cove, NY

S.M. Natali,
A.J. Grabman,
S.A. Sanudo-Wilhelmy,
J.S.Levinton

Stony Brook Univ.

3:30

Submarine groundwater discharge at Fire Island, NY

K. Collier,
H. Bokuniewicz
R. Coffey

Stony Brook Univ.

3:45

End of Conference

 

 

4:00

Field Trip

 

 

 

 

 

 

Poster

Post-Alleghenian deformation of the Shawangunk ridge in NY and NJ

J. Wills, J.N. Bigolski,
C. Merguerian,

Hofstra Univ.

Poster

A Study of the New Outcrop of Sediments in Charleston, Staten Island, New York

A.I. Benimoff, B. Aziz
I. Bandoo,S. Berman
B. Gilmartin, A. Jain
E. Krason, A. Jarvis.

Staten Island College

Poster

Is there denitrification in Long Island's groundwater?

Sunny Xu
G.N. Hanson

Stony Brook Univ.

Poster

2D and 3D GPR imaging of the complex internal structure of modern migrating parabolic dunes, Napeague, NY

J. D. Girardi,
D.M. Davis

Stony Brook Univ.

Poster

Subsurface Object Delineation at the SCWA Dune Road Wellfield, Westhampton, Using GPR.

T. T. Fuller1
K. T. Goetz2
R.G. Bova1

1Suffolk Co. Water Auth.
2Stony Brook Univ.

Poster

Boulder Distribution at Wildwood State Park: Implications for Glacial Processes

J.L. McEachern
D.M. Davis

MC Environmental
Stony Brook Univ.

Poster

"Using the Manicouagan Impact Crater to Calibrate the Cyclostratigraphy of the Newark Basin"

F.D. Winslow III1
E.T. Rasbury1,
S. Hemming2

1Stony Brook Univ
2Columbia Univ..

Poster

Modeling Cations in a Contaminant Plume in Groundwater

Qi (Linda) Liu
Gilbert N. Hanson

Stony Brook
Univ.

Poster

Multiple geochemical tracers of submarine groundwater discharge
into Jamaica Bay, NY

A. Beck, J. Rapaglia

Stony Brook Univ.

Poster

A Retrospective Study of Salt Marsh Response to Historical Anthropogenic Modifications at Seatuck and Wertheim National Wildlife Refuges

K.M. McLetchie
S. Goodbred, Jr.

Stony Brook Univ.

Poster

The Sedimentary History of Great South Bay, N.Y.

P. Locicero
S. Goodbred, Jr.

Stony Brook Univ.

Abstract only

Origin of the Port Jefferson tunnel valley

D. DiBartolomeo
G.N. Hanson

Stony Brook Univ

For further information e-mail to mailto:gilbert.hanson@sunysb.edu

Tel.: 631 632 8210

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