181 Estuarine and Fjord Sedimentary Processes in Modern and Holocene Systems

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Monday, 6 October 2008: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, 320DE

Timothy Dellapenna and Julia Wellner
8:00 AM
MUDBED: Multi-Disciplinary Benthic Exchange Dynamics
Carl T. Friedrichs, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary; Robert J. Diaz, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary; Courtney K. Harris, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary; Steven A. Kuehl, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary; Jesse E. McNinch, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary; Lawrence P. Sanford, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Horn Point Lab; Linda C. Schaffner, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary
8:15 AM
Natural Geological Responses to Anthropogenic Alterations of the Naples Bay Estuarine System, Florida, USA
Bryan R. Fielder, Texas A&M University; Timothy M. Dellapenna, Texas A&M University at Galveston; Michael Savarese, Florida Gulf Coast University; Christian J. Noll IV, Texas A&M University
8:30 AM
Benthic Foraminiferal Assemblages as Bio-Indicators of Potentially Toxic Elements in Puerto Rico
Michael Martínez-Colón, University of South Florida; Pamela Hallock, University of South Florida; Carlos Green-Ruiz, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
8:45 AM
The Effect of Coastal Storms on Tidal Flooding and Turbidity in a Mid-Atlantic Salt Marsh
Susanne M. Moskalski, University of Delaware; Christopher K. Sommerfield, University of Delaware
9:00 AM
Affect of Seabed Density and Sediment Pelletization on Erosion/Deposition Processes at Clay Bank, York River, Chesapeake Bay, Virginia
Cielomar Rodríguez-Calderón, Virginia Institute of Marine Science; Steven A. Kuehl, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
9:15 AM
An Estuarine Pockmark Field in Previously Glaciated Belfast Bay, Maine: Vibracoring and Seismic Reflection Results
Laura L. Brothers, Univ of Maine; Joseph T. Kelley, University Of Maine; Daniel F. Belknap, University of Maine
9:30 AM
Comparing Holocene Sediment Flux of Coastal Plain Rivers to Low Relief Glaciers, Northwestern Gulf of Mexico and South Shetland Islands, Antarctica
K.T. Milliken, Rice University; J.B. Anderson, Rice University; Julia Wellner, University of Houston
9:45 AM
10:15 AM
Modern Sediment Yields from Tidewater Glaciers: Coupling Climate and Erosion
Michele N. Koppes, University of British Columbia
10:30 AM
Pleistocene-Holocene Fjord Sedimentation Associated with Temperate Tidewater Glaciers in Western Patagonia, South America
Rodrigo A. Fernández, Rice University; John B. Anderson, Rice University; Julia S. Wellner, University of Houston
10:45 AM
Retreat Sequences from the Last Glacial Maximum and Little Ice Age Preserved in Muir Inlet, Glacier Bay National Park, Southeastern Alaska
Ellen A. Cowan, Appalachian State University; Keith C. Seramur, Appalachian State University; Bryce A. Willems, Northern Illinois University; Ross D. Powell, Northern Illinois University; Sean P.S. Gulick, Univ of Texas at Austin; John M. Jaeger, University of Florida
11:00 AM
A Multi-Proxy Sedimentary Record of Hubbard Glacier Meltwater Production, Disenchantment Bay, Alaska
John Jaeger, University of Florida; Ellen Cowan, Appalachian State University; Ross D. Powell, Northern Illinois University; Gillian Chapman, University of Florida
11:15 AM
Physical and Biological Controls on Post Depositional Alteration and Strata Formation In a Temperate, Turbid Outwash Fjord: Simpson Bay, Alaska
Christian Noll, Texas A&M University at Galveston; Timothy Dellapenna, Texas A&M Univ. at Galveston; Randall Davis, Texas A&M University at Galveston
11:30 AM
Sedimentary Trace Metal and Stable Isotope Trends in Fjord & Shelf Environments along the Southeast Alaska Margin
Jason Addison, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Walter E. Dean; Bruce P. Finney, Idaho State University
11:45 AM
Depositional Zonation and Hypertidal Sedimentation within Turnagain Arm, Cook Inlet, Alaska, USA
Allen W. Archer, Kansas State University; S.F. Greb, Kentucky Geological Survey; Darron DeBoer, Kansas State University
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