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

The following program is subject to minor changes.

Saturday April 20, 2002

Earth and Space Sciences Building, SUNY Stony Brook

Directions to SUNY Stony Brook and ESS Department

Registration Information

Modified May 29, 2014

Summary of Program

8:30 a.m.

Register and View Posters

9:00 a.m.

Introduction

9:10 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

1:30 p.m.

Oral presentations

2:30 p.m.

Coffee, View Posters, Visit Labs, Field Trips

3:00 p.m.

Oral Presentations

4:00 p.m.

 Field Trips

4:30 p.m.

End of Conference

Field Trips and Lab Tours

 

Leaders

Meet 

12:45 p.m.

2:30 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

Crystallography Lab Tour

Aaron Celestian

 

 

X

 

High Pressure Lab Tour

Donald Weidner

 

X

 

 

Isotope Lab Tour

Jenna Cole

 

 

X

 

Electron Microprobe Lab Tour

Donald Lindsley

 

X

 

 

Tunnel Valley Field Trip

Gil Hanson

 

 

 

X

Boulder Field Trip

Wal Pacholik

 

X

X

 

Loess Field Trip

Jian Zhong

 

X

X

 

Hydrology Field Trip

Ashaki Rouf

 

 

 

X

Program


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 15, 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. Abstracts are due March 1.

 

Title

Authors

Affiliation

8:30 a.m. 

Registration, Coffee and View Posters

 

 

9:00 a.m. 

Introduction

 

 

9:15

Changes in Geomorphology and Backscatter Patterns in Mount Misery Shoal, Long Island Sound, as Revealed Through Multiple Multibeam Surveys 

Laurie Zaleski

Stony Brook Univ.

9:30

Short-term fluctuations in beach volume along the south shore of Long Island: Implications for the sediment budget.

Brian Batten
Henry Bokuniewicz

Stony Brook Univ.

9:45 

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

 

 

10:25

Current studies of the USGS Long Island Subdistrict

Jody Eimers

USGS Coram

10:30

Coffee, View Posters

 

 

11:00

New views of bottom topography of Fire Island Inlet and Great South Bay

Roger Flood

Stony Brook Univ.

11:15

Magnetic Susceptibility Profiles From Lake Ronkonkoma

V.J. DiVenere

C.W. Post

11:30

A Three-Dimensional Model of Saltwater Intrusion in Kings and Queens Counties, New York

Paul E. Misut
Jack Monti Jr.*
Clifford I. Voss 

USGS Coram

11:45

Utilizing Groundwater Models for a Seepage Intercomparison Experiment in West Neck Bay, Shelter Island, NY

Daniel O'Rourke
Ronald Paulsen
Teng-fong Wong

CDM 
Suffolk Co. Health
       Services
Stony Brook Univ.

12:00

Lunch, view posters, 

 

 

12:45 p.m.

view posters, field trips, lab tours

 

 

1:30

Surface sampling bias and clast fabric analysis based on till at Ditch Plains, Long Island

Elliot Klein
Dan Davis

Stony Brook Univ

1:45

The Provenance of Erratics on the Stony Brook Campus Based on Ar-Ar ages of mica and hornblende

Waldemar Pacholik
Sidney Hemming 
Gilbert N. Hanson

Central Islip HS
Columbia Univ.
Stony Brook Univ.

2:00

Grain-size analysis of Cretaceous and Pleistocene sedimentary facies exposed at Caumsett State Park.

J Bret Bennington
Adina Hakimian

Hofstra Univ.

2:15

Evaluation of Ar-Ar ages of Individual Mica Grains for Provenance Studies of Loess, Long Island, NY

Jian Zhong
Sidney R. Hemming
Gilbert N. Hanson

Stony Brook Univ.
Columbia Univ.
Stony Brook Univ.

2:30

Lab Tours - Field Trips - View Posters

 

 

3:00

Tracing of Linear Patterns Visible on Remotely Sensed Imagery of Long Island onto the North American Continent. 

Laura R. Whitaker 

CUNY

3:15

Application of GPR to Long Island Glacial Geology

Daniel Davis

Stony Brook Univ.

3:30

Brittle Faults of the Queens Tunnel Complex, NYC Water Tunnel #3

Charles Merguerian

Hofstra

4:00 

Field Trips

 

 

Poster

Field Guides that Focus on Long Island's Natural Environment

Glenn A. Richard
Linda Springer-Rushia
Pamela G. Stewart

Stony Brook Univ.

Poster

A Petrographic Study of Devonian Fossils from Clinton County, Pennsylvania

Jessica Nienstedt
Kerin Claeson
Troy Rasbury

Stony Brook Univ.

Poster

Adapting a Quasi-3D Nearshore Circulation Model for Complex 
Bathymetry

Charlene Sullivan 

Stony Brook Univ.

Poster

A Petrographic Study of Triassic Caliches in Fluvial Sequences from the Hartford Basin.

Cherri Sookdeo
Glenn Spataro
Troy Rasbury

Stony Brook Univ.

Poster

Are Accurate Sea Level Rise Curves Constructable? Evidence from Micropaleontology and Geochemistry

Alexander S. Kolker
Tamara Kroboth
Steven L.Goodbred
J.Kirk Cochran

Stony Brook Univ.

Poster

Modeling Strain in a Glaciotectonic Lobate Moraine

Patricia Tzakas
Saad S.B. Haq
Dan Davis

Stony Brook Univ.

Poster

The Occurrence of Pesticides in Suffolk County, NY

Ronald Paulsen
Martin Trent 

Suffolk County Health Services 

Poster

The Timing of the Emplacement of the Tourmaline-bearing Two-mica Granites: U-Pb Monazite Dating 

Mya Mya Than1
Troy Rasbury2
Patrick Brock1
Pamela Chase Brock1
Sidney Hemming3

1Queens College, 
2Stony Brook Univ.
3Columbia Univ.

 

Abstract Only

The Fate of Nitrogenous Fertilizer Applied to Differing Turfgrass Systems

Peter Schuchman

Stony Brook Univ.

 


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.

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: www.sunysb.edu/doit/maps.html


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