Field Trip Announcements and Guides

“Geology of Wildwood State Park”
Gil Hanson and Glenn Richard

link to information relevant to the park geology

Saturday October 29, 2011
9:00 a.m. to 12 noon

"Geology of the Flax Pond Salt Marsh,
and the Adjacent Gravel Beach"

Glenn Richard

Saturday June 18, 2011

Groundwater Remediation Program at Brookhaven National Laboratory

Douglas Paquette and Robert Howe

Saturday October 23, 2010
9 AM to 12 noon

Brookhaven Town Landfill
David Tonjes
Saturday June 19, 2010
9 AM to 1 PM

Reading the Beach
Michael Slattery
Saturday October 31, 2009
9 AM to 12 Noon

Selden Hill-Hole Pair
Sean Tvelia
Suffolk Community College
9 AM to 12 Noon Saturday June 27, 2009

Is the Carmans River Occupying a Tributary
in a  Large Tunnel Valley?

Gil Hanson
Saturday November 1, 2008
9 AM to 12 Noon

Geology of Port Jefferson
Gil Hanson
Saturday June 28, 2008
9 AM to 12 noon

Geology of the David Weld Sanctuary
Saturday November 17, 2007
Led by Gilbert N. Hanson

Long Island'sCentral Pine Barrens

Sunday June 24, 2007
Led by Glenn Richard and Gil Hanson
 

 Geology of Central Park:  From Rocks to Ice
Charles Merguerian
Hofstra University
Saturday June 24, 2006
Field Guide is same as for June 26, 2004
Photo of field trip participants

"Glacial Tectonics and Walking Dunes
Hither Hills State Park"

Dan Davis and Mitchell Cangelosi
Saturday October 29, 2005

"Geology of the
Stony Brook University Campus"

Gil Hanson
Saturday June 25, 2005
Newsday Article about geology of SBU campus

Sea Level Rise and Flooding History
of Long Island's South Shore

 Steven Goodbred
Saturday October 30, 2004
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Geology of Central Park: From Rocks to Ice
Charles Merguerian
Saturday June 26, 2004


Paleontology and Sequence Stratigraphy 
of the Upper Cretaceous Navesink Formation, New Jersey
J. Bret Bennington

Saturday October 18, 2003


Photos, field guide and PowerPoint presentations 
Field Trip "Glacial Geology of Caumsett State Park and Huntington-Northport Area" 
Bret Bennington and Gil Hanson
 Sunday November 3, 2002


Photos and Guide for the Field Trip
"Evidence for the Supercontinent Rodinia in the Western Hudson Highlands, NY"
 Alec Gates
Saturday June 28, 2003


"Hartford Basin, Connecticut"
Gil Hanson
Thursday June 27, 2002
Guide to and Photos from the Field Trip: 


"Bedrock Geology of NYC:  
More than 600 m.y. of geologic history"  
Pam and Pat Brock 
Saturday October 27, 2001
The field guide with maps and photos for this field trip can be found at this link.

Field Trip to Connecticut   
"The Source of Long Islandís Boulders?"
Gilbert N. Hanson and Waldemar Pacholik
Wednesday June 27, 2001

Field Trip October 27, 2000  
"The Origin of Long Islandís Boulders?"
Waldemar Pacholik, Gilbert N. Hanson and Janet Kaczmarek

Field Trip 
Geology of the SUNY Stony Brook Campus
Gil Hanson
Saturday June 19, 1999

Field Trip
"The Nature Conservancy's  David Weld Sanctuary, Nissequoque, NY"

Glenn Richard, Linda Selvaggio and Diane Donner
SUNY Stony Brook
Saturday October 31, 1998

Field Trip
Brookhaven National Laboratory
John Black (GSI)
Paul Boyce and Frank Castellano
(PW Grosser Consulting)
Saturday June 27, 1998

Walking tour of
Brookhaven Waste Management Facility: 
Waste Management in the 1990's
 
David Tonjes
Waste Management Institute, SUNY Stony Brook
Saturday September 20, 1997. 

"Field trip on Geology of the Flax Pond Salt Marsh and the Adjacent Gravel Beach and Coastal Headlands" 
Glenn Richard
SUNY Stony Brook
Saturday June 14, 1997

 
During this field trip we will examine the morphology and substrate of a salt marsh, the composition and morphology of a gravel beach, and the Pleistocene stratigraphy and geomorphology of a coastal headland. The processes that created these features will be considered, and where possible, at Flax Pond they will be observed and measured as well. The trip will start at the Marine Sciences Research Center laboratory at Flax Pond where we will enter the marsh and examine the salt peat on its surface and the subsurface fresh peat. From there, we will walk along the gravel beach to the inlet and then back to the laboratory for lunch. Afterwards, a walk along a road that follows the western boundary of the marsh will take us to the coastal bluffs. At Crane Neck Point, we will examine Pleistocene till and outwash as well as Holocene conglomerate. From there, we will proceed along a gravel beach to the University's Sunwood Estate, and then along the road back to our starting point.

"A Transect through the Terminal Moraine and the Recessional Moraines of Eastern Long Island"
Les Sirkin,
Adelphi University
 Saturday October 14, 1995

"Geology and Biota of the Long Island Pine Barrens"
Glenn A. Richard and Steven C. Englebright,
SUNY Stony Brook
Saturday September 24, 1994


"Pleistocene Geology of Long Island's North Shore: Sands Point and Garvies Point to Target Rock"
John E. Sanders and Charles Merguerian
Saturday June 29, 1991