203 Environmental Geoscience I - Natural Hazard Assessment, 3D Modeling, and Site Characterization

Oral Session
General Discipline Sessions
Monday, 6 October 2008: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, 310BE

Stanley Church and Jennifer M. Smith-Engle
1:30 PM
South Texas Gulf Beach Maintenance as a Geological Process
Jennifer M. Smith-Engle, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
1:45 PM
Interregional Comparison of Karst Disturbance: West-Central Florida and Southeast Italy
Leslie North, University of South Florida; Philip van beynen, University of South Florida; Mario Parise, National Research Council of Italy - CERST
2:15 PM
A Plant-Based Approach to Remediating a Nitrate-Contaminated Soil/aquifer System IN a Desert Environment
Fiona Jordan; Jody Waugh, S. M. Stoller Corporation; Edward P. Glenn, University of Arizona; Mark Brusseau, University of Arizona; K.C. Carroll, University of Arizona
2:45 PM
3:00 PM
Wetlands in Coastal Settings: Water Contaminant Treatment and Restoration as a Function of Elevation and Hydroperiod
Timothy T. Eaton, Queens College CUNY; Chuixiang Yi, Queens College CUNY; Rebecca Boger, Brooklyn College
3:45 PM
The Role of Soil Components Such as Charge Characteristics on the Mobility of Contaminants Leached down Gradient of the Ordot Landfill Area In Central Guam
Mohammad Golabi, College of Natural and Applied Sciences; Gary R.W. Denton, College of Natural and Applied Sciences
4:00 PM
Stimulated Release of Natural Arsenic from Organic Matter Decomposition in Unlined Landfills
Benjamin C. Bostick, Dartmouth College; Carl Renshaw, Dartmouth College; Jamie L. deLemos, Dartmouth College
4:15 PM
Soil Properties In the Urban Core of New York City
Richard K. Shaw, NRCS; Nick Azzolina, ENSR Corporation; Yelena Skorobogatov, Consolidated Edison Company of New York; Thomas Nelhls, Technical University of Berlin; Lindsay Reinhardt, NRCS