148 Coastal and Aeolian Geomorphology Processes and Landforms (Posters)

Poster Session
Topical Sessions
Sunday, 5 October 2008: 8:00 AM-4:45 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, Exhibit Hall E

Chris Houser
Poster #177
Contemporary Geomorphology of a Large Parabolic Dune on the East Shore of Lake Michigan, USA
Luke A. Pettinga, Calvin College; Deanna van Dijk, Calvin College
Poster #178
Deposition and Preservation of Estuarine Sediment, Turnagain Arm, Cook Inlet, Alaska
Darron G. deBoer, Kansas State University; Allen W. Archer, Kansas State University
Poster #179
Evidence of Hydrothermal Venting Recorded in Sediment Cores along the Fonualei Rift and Spreading Center in the NE Lau Basin
Kiseong Hyeong, Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute; Jonguk Kim, Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute; Chanmin Yoo, Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute; Kyeong-Yong Lee, Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute; Hyun Sub Kim, Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute
Poster #180
Geological Controls on the Distribution of Oyster Reefs and Substrates in Copano Bay, Texas
Erin Weaver, Texas A&M University; Marie Herbort, Texas A&M University; Tim Dellapenna, Texas A&M Univ at Galveston; James Simons, Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife
Poster #181
Morphological Variation of a Swash Zone
Gemma Barrett, Texas A&M University
Poster #182
Multi-Proxy Ostracode Analyses of Paleosalinity in Two Bays, Vieques, Puerto Rico
Satrio A. Wicaksono, Wesleyan University; Suzanne O'Connell, Wesleyan University; Laura R. Robertson, Vanderbilt University; Jennifer A. Bourdeau, Mount Holyoke College; Tim C. Ku, Wesleyan University; Anna M. Martini, Amherst College
Poster #183
NEPTUNE Canada Regional Cabled Observatory: Transforming Ocean Science
M.M.R. Best, University of Victoria; B.D. Bornhold, University of Victoria; C.R. Barnes, University of Victoria
Poster #184
Nutrient Chemistry of Chukchi Sea Sediments
Nicholas Reed, Arkansas State University; Nate Bickford, University of Alaska; Robyn Hannigan
Poster #185
Optical Dating of Paleoshoreline Features in Northeastern Florida, USA
Kevin Burdette, McMaster University; W. Jack Rink, McMaster University; David Mallinson, East Carolina University
Poster #186
Redefining the Model of Barrier Island Formation along a Paraglacial Coast: Plum Island, Massachusetts
Emily A. Carruthers, Boston University; Christopher J. Hein, Boston University; Duncan M. FitzGerald, Boston University; Byron D. Stone, U.S. Geological Survey; Mary S. Ellison, Boston University
Poster #187
Salt Marsh Erosion at Fort Pulaski, Georgia
Tim Brunk, Texas A&M University
Poster #188
Seasonal and Long-Term Variations of Particle Fluxes Induced by Shifting ITCZ Location in the Northeast Pacific
Hyung Jeek Kim, KORDI; Kiseong Hyeong, KORDI; Dongseon Kim, KORDI; Sang-Bum Chi, KORDI; Cheong-Kee Park, KORDI; Ki-Hyune Kim, KORDI; B.K. Khim, Pusan National University
Poster #189
Sedimentology, Stratigraphy and Geophysics of An Inner Shelf Shoal off Choctawhatchee Bay, Florida, USA
Amy L. Spaziani, Louisiana State University; Gregory W. Stone, Louisiana State University; Baozhu Liu, Louisiana State University; Felix Jose, Louisiana State University
Poster #191
The Foraminiferal Signature of Hurricanes: Mississippi Delta, Shelf, and Canyon, Northern Gulf of Mexico, USA
David M. VanDeVelde, East Carolina University; Stephen J. Culver, East Carolina University; Reide Corbett, East Carolina University; J.P. Walsh, East Carolina University
Poster #192
Transport of Fine-Grained Estuarine Sediment by Gravity-Driven Movement of the Nepheloid Layer, Long Island Sound
L.J. Poppe, USGS; K.Y. McMullen, USGS; S.J. Williams, USGS; J.M. Crocker, NOAA; E.F. Doran, CT-DEP
Poster #193
Underlying Paleochannels Facilitate Barrier Progradation: Bogue Banks, North Carolina
Emily A. Timmons, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; E. Lynne Harden, University of California Santa Cruz; Christopher Freeman, Geodynamics, LLC; Gregory Rudolph, Carteret County Shore Protection Office; Antonio B. Rodriguez, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Poster #194
Using a Quality-Controlled Database of Holocene Relative Sea-Level Data from Louisiana to Assess Conflicting Hypotheses of Gulf Coast Sea-Level Change
Ping Hu, Tulane University; Torbjörn E. Törnqvist, Tulane University; Shiyong Yu, Tulane University; Juan L. González, Tulane University
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