178 Geomorphology

Oral Session
General Discipline Sessions
Monday, 6 October 2008: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, 350DEF

Todd Caldwell and doug clark
8:30 AM
A New Interpretation for Latest Pleistocene Ice Dynamics of the Puget Lobe, Northwest Washington
Douglas H. Clark, Western Washington Univ; Eric J. Steig, University of Washington
8:45 AM
Glacial Lake Missoula: The Montana Sedimentary Record of Multiple Drainings
Larry N. Smith, Montana Tech of The Univ of Montana
9:00 AM
Evidence for Late Pleistocene Megafloods in Southcentral Alaska, USA
Michael Wiedmer, University of Washington; David Montgomery, University of Washington; Alan R. Gillespie, University of Washington; Harvey Greenberg, University of Washington
9:15 AM
Late Pleistocene Glacio-Lacustrine Systems in the Central Ohio RIVER Valley
Kenneth Bevis, Hanover College; Joseph Goshorn-Maroney, Hanover College; Mark Otto, Hanover College
9:30 AM
Alaskan Tidewater Glacier Response to Climate Change during the Medieval Climate Anomaly
Gregory C. Wiles, The College of Wooster; Lawson Daniel; David Barclay, SUNY - Cortland; Thomas Lowell, Univ of Cincinnati
9:45 AM
10:30 AM
Cenozoic Incision of the North American High Plains: Topographic Re-Analysis and the Possible Role of Climate Change
Cameron Wobus, University of Colorado at Boulder; Gregory E. Tucker, University of Colorado; Robert S. Anderson, University of Colorado
10:45 AM
Abandonment of Unaweep Canyon ~1 Ma and the Effects of Transient Knickpoint Migration, Western Colorado
Andres Aslan, Mesa State College; William Hood; Karl Karlstrom, University of New Mexico; Eric Kirby, Penn State Univ; Darryl Granger, Purdue Univ; Charles Betton; Andrew Darling, Mesa State College; Mary Benage, Mesa State College; Shane D. Schoepfer, Brown University
11:45 AM
Late Pleistocene Environmental Change in the Northeast of Peninsula De Yucatán, Mexico: Based on Sedimentological and Paleopedological Proxies
Héctor Cabadas, UNAM; Elizabeth Solleiro-Rebolledo, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México