208 Lakes, Playas, and Soils

Oral Session
Topical Sessions


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Monday, 6 October 2008: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, 320F

Elizabeth H. Gierlowski-Kordesch
1:45 PM
2:00 PM
Response of Early Jurassic Paleosols to Environmental Changes in the Hartford Basin, Connecticut
Peter Drzewiecki, Eastern Connecticut State University; Elizabeth Gierlowski-Kordesch, Ohio University
2:15 PM
Pedofacies in a Fluvial/deltaic Succession, Wilkins Peak Member in the Green River Formation, Wyoming
Kuwanna Dyer Pietras, BP America Inc; Alan R. Carroll, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Cynthia Stiles, USDA - NRCS
2:30 PM
Terminal Infill of Eocene Lake Gosiute, Wyoming
Lauren Chetel, University of Wisconsin; Alan R. Carroll, University of Wisconsin
3:00 PM
Discrimination of Multiple Authigenic Clay Phases: Coupled Mineralogy and Geochemistry In Pliocene Paleolake Olduvai, Tanzania
Daniel Deocampo, Georgia State University; J. Cuadros, Natural History Museum; T. Wing-Dudek, Natural History Museum; J. Olives, CINaM-CNRS; M. Amouric, CINaM-CNRS
3:15 PM
An 8900-Year-Old Spruce Forest Buried by Lake Superior: Paleoecological and Lake-Level Implications
Matthew Boyd, Lakehead University; James T. Teller, University of Manitoba
3:30 PM
Carbon Concentrations and Stable Carbon Isotopes as Indicators for Wet and Dry Phases of Paleo-Lake Mababe, Botswana: Providing International Research Experience for Students
Kristi Teter, Oklahoma State University; Eliot Atekwana, Oklahoma State University; Anna Cruse, Oklahoma State University; Estella Atekwana, Oklahoma State University; Jennifer Gamrod, Oklahoma State University
3:45 PM
Soil Development, Pluvial Lakes, Alluvial Fans, and Quaternary Faults in Newark Valley, Central Nevada
Joanna L. Redwine, University of Nevada Reno; Bud Burke, Humboldt State University
4:00 PM
Holocene Non-Deposition In Bristol Dry Lake, California, Inferred from Adjacent Alluvial Fan Sequences
Michael Rosen, US Geological Survey; David M. Miller, U.S. Geological Survey
4:15 PM
Inferring Vegetation and Climate from Playa Phytolith Assemblages
Alan F. Halfen, Univ. of Kansas; Glen Fredlund, Univ of Wisconsin Milwaukee; Jame H. Mayer, University of Arizona; Vance Holliday, University of Arizona
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