Ten St. Lawrence University students presented posters at the 44th annual meeting
of the Geological Society of America, Northeastern Section, in Portland, Maine, March 22 through 24.
Presenters, and their topics:
- Adria Bregani '09, Acid Buffering Capacities of St. Lawrence County Rivers: Influence of Bedrock Geology
- Kyle Marvinney '11/Katie Hoskinson '11, Geochemistry of Neoproterozoic Mudrocks from the Windermere Supergroup
- Peterson Maina '10, Geochemistry of Pretoria Group (2.1-2.35 MA) Shales,
- David Mosher '10, Major and Trace Element Geochemistry of the Marcellus Shale, Otsego County, New York
- Michael O'Connor '09, An Investigation of the Inorganic Geochemistry and Drinking Water Quality of Groundwater in St. Lawrence County, New York
- Johanna Palmer '09/Thomas Wright '09, Multi-Element Analysis of Streams, Adirondack High Peaks Region, New York
- Sean Regan '10, Significance of the Antwerp-Rossie Granitoids, Adirondack Lowlands, Northern New York
- Michael Trumbower '09, Adirondack Lake Geochemistry Revisited: What Changes Can We Observe After 25 years?
To view abstracts of each of the presentations, visit the geology department Web site.
Posted: April 2, 2009