302 Paleontology (Posters) III - Sclerochronology: Geoarchaeology, Climate and Environment

Poster Session
General Discipline Sessions
Wednesday, 8 October 2008: 8:00 AM-6:00 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, Exhibit Hall E

Poster #82
Rangia Cuneata Shells as An Environmental Proxy: Variations in Elemental Concentrations within Populations
Robin M. Cobb, University of Alabama; C. Fred T. Andrus, University of Alabama
Poster #83
Freshwater Mussel Shells as a Proxy for Stream Salinization from Road Salt
Matthew J. Winnick, Vassar College; David P. Gillikin, Vassar College; David Goodwin, Denison University; David H. Kesler, Rhodes College
Poster #84
Isotopic Evidence for Climate Change during the Vandal Minimum, Southwest Florida, US
Ting Wang, University of North Carolina; Donna Surge, University of North Carolina; Karen Jo Walker, Univ of Florida
Poster #86
Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction of a Prehistoric Shell Fishing Camp along a North Shore Long Island Estuary
Michael Kennedy Jr, Adelphi University; Beth A. Christensen, Adelphi University; Kenneth Decota, Adelphi University; John Vetter, Adelphi University
Poster #87
Reconstruction of Environmental Condition Based on Stable Oxygen Isotope Records of Tridacna Maxima Shells
Yi-Mei Lin; Horng-sheng Mii, National Taiwan Normal Univ; Kuang-ti Li, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica; George S. Burr, Department of Physics
Poster #88
Tracking Ocean-Atmosphere Conditions in the Eastern Equatorial Pacific: Shell Preservation and the Record
Jennifer L. Cumpston, Northern Illinois University; Paul Loubere, Northern Illinois Univ