2016 GSA Annual Meeting

MEETING/CONFERENCE

Denver, Colorado

The GSA conference is September 25th - 28th in Denver, Colorado. Below is a list of presentations and posters related to CZ science. Please visit http://community.geosociety.org/gsa2016/home for more information and a comprehensive list of presentations. 

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Presentations

T55. Heterogeneity in Geomorphic Systems: Driving Forces and Landscape Response
Sunday, 25 September 2016: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Room 405 (Colorado Convention Center)

SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE CHARACTERISTICS OF PERIGLACIAL LANDSCAPE MODIFICATION IN CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA
    DEL VECCHIO, Joanmarie, MARTIN, Connor, MOUNT, Gregory J., HAYES, Jorden and DIBIASE, Roman
    Presentation Time: 9:50 AM

Posters
Sunday, 25 September 2016: 9:00 AM-5:30 PM
Exhibit Hall E/F (Colorado Convention Center)

T52: Deep Weatheing, Ancient Landscapes and Regolith- Dominated Terrains 

PYRITE DISSOLUTION LEADS WATERSHED GEOMORPHOLOGICAL EVOLUTION
   SULLIVAN, Pamela L., HYNECK, Scott, GU, X. and BRANTLEY, Susan L
   61-4, Booth #64

POROSITY AND DEEP WEATHERING OF CRYSTALLINE ROCKS
    NAVARRE-SITCHLER, Alexis K., and BRANTLEY, Susan L.
    61-7, Booth #67

T76. Digital Poster Session: Training Preservice Teachers to Apply Digital Technology across the Geoscience Curriculum (Posters)

THE SHALE HILLS CRITICAL ZONE OBSERVATORY VIRTUAL FIELDWORK EXPERIENCE: USING VIRTUAL FIELDWORK TO CATALYZE  ACTUAL FIELDWORK IN K16 CLASSES (Invited Presentation)
    DUGGAN-HAAS, Don; SMITH, Lauren; WHITE, Tim; ROSS, Robert M., and DERRY, Louis A.
    67-3, Booth #143


Monday, September 26, 2016

Presentations 

T116: Karst Critical Zone Evolution: The Rapid Responses of Carbonate Systems to Changes in Climate, Sea Level, Groundwater Pumping and Land Cover/Land-Use
Monday, 26 September 2016: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM
Room 504 (Colorado Convention Center)

Karst Critical Zones--the zone stretching from the top of the canopy to the interface where groundwater is chemically equilibrated with the bedrock-- are governed by rapid carbonate mineral reaction rates; as such, climatic or anthropogenic disturbances that change salinity, vegetation, precipitation, temperature, residence time and/or flow patterns can significantly alter their structure and function.

Session Chairs: Pamela L Sullivan | Gwen L Macpherson | Jonathan B. Martin | René M Price

The list of talks for this session can be found at: https://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2016AM/webprogram/Session40503.html

T86. Supporting Geoscience Student Transfer Between Institutions and Transitions into the Workforce: Pathways for Success I
Monday, 26 September 2016: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM
Mile High Ballroom 4EF (Colorado Convention Center)

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS IN COLORADO: INSIGHTS ON IMPROVING THE PIPELINE OF 2YC STUDENTS INTO THE GEOSCIENCES
    SMITH, Lesley, GOLD, Anne, ANDERSON, Suzanne P., TAYLOR, Jennifer L. and BATCHELOR, Rebecca,
    Presentation Time: 3:35 PM

DEVELOPMENT OF A FIELD-BASED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR ESTEM UNDERGRADUATES
   WALKER, Becca, HALL, Sarah R., and SCHMIDT, Calla M.
   Presentation Time: 4:05 PM

Posters
Monday, 26 September 2016: 9:00 AM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall E/F (Colorado Convention Center)

T112. Quantifying Groundwater/Surface Water Interactions in the Field and on the Computer (Posters)

CONNECTING EVAPOTRANSPIRATION AND GROUNDWATER FLUXES IN THE CRITICAL ZONE
   HARMON, Ryan, SINGHA, K., BARNARD, Holly R., RANDALL, Jackie and SZUTU, Daphne J.
   157-7,  Booth #145

T78. Encouraging K9–16 Partnerships in the Geosciences to Maximize Recruitment and Retention Efforts (Posters)

INTEGRATING RESEARCH EXPERIENCES INTO HIGH SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CLASSROOMS THROUGH TEACHER-RESEARCHER PARTNERSHIPS IN AN URBAN ENVIRONMENT
    STOVER, Lee A., DERE, Ashlee L., CUTUCHACHE, Christine, GRANDGENETT, Neal, RODIE, Steve, SCHUSTER, Robert, TAPPRICH, William and SCHABEN, Chris
    Session No. 155, Booth# 112


Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Presentations 

T150. Topics in Paleoecology: Modern Analogues and Ancient Systems III
Tuesday, 27 September 2016: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Mile High Ballroom 4AB (Colorado Convention Center)

NEOICHNOLOGY AT THE SANTA CATALINA CRITICAL ZONE OBSERVATORY: THREE-DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS OF SOIL FAUNA BURROWS FROM THE SONORAN DESERT, ARIZONA, USA
    PLATT, Brian F., HEMBREE, SMITH, Jon J., and BUYNEVICH, Ilya V.
    Presentation Time: 11:00 AM

T198. Beneath Da Vinci’s Feet: The Multidisciplinary World of Soil Science
Tuesday, 27 September 2016: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Room 402 (Colorado Convention Center)

GEOCHEMICAL COMPARISON OF WEATHERING OF LIMESTONE-SHALE VS KIMBERLITE WITHIN THE FLINT HILLS, KANSAS
      GURA, Colleen M., KEMPTON, Pamela, KIRK, Matthew F. and DATTA, Saugata,
      Presentation Time: 10:15 AM

SIMULATIONS OF CRITICAL ZONE PROCESSES FOR GRANITIC TERRAINS IN SUBALPINE AND TROPICAL CLIMATES
      WEBB, Richard M.T., PARKHURST, David L.
      Presentation Time: 11:15 AM

Posters
Tuesday, 27 September 2016: 9:00 AM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall E/F (Colorado Convention Center)

Something for Everybody: The Many Faces of Karst Science in all its Multidisciplinary Glory (Posters)

HOW DOES BURNING AFFECT SOIL STRUCTURE AND VADOSE HYDROLOGY OF TALLGRASS PRAIRIE?
     VERO, Sara E., DATTA, Saugata, KIRK, Matthew F., MACPHERSON, G.L., SULLIVAN, Pamela L., KLUITENBERG, Gerard J., RANSOM, Michel and KEMPTON, Pamela
    Session No. 251--Booth# 221

T198. Beneath Da Vinci’s Feet: The Multidisciplinary World of Soil Science (Posters)

MODELING SMALL MINERAL PARTICLE LOSSES ALONG SLOPES OF THE SUSQUEHANNA SHALE HILLS CRITICAL ZONE OBSERVATORY
      BERN, Carleton R. and YESAVAGE, Tiffany
      Booth# 376


Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Presentations

T61. Quantifying Geomorphic Processes and Rates of Landscape Evolution I
Wednesday, 28 September 2016: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Room 405 (Colorado Convention Center)

EQUILIBRIUM LANDSCAPES: WHERE SOIL PRODUCTION FUNCTIONS FAIL
   HEIMSATH, Arjun M., CHADWICK, Oliver A.,ROERING, Joshua J., and LEVICK, Shaun
   Presentation Time: 10:40 AM

T205. The Colorado Scientific Society III: From the Mountains to the Plains—New Concepts and Discoveries in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Region
Wednesday, 28 September 2016: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM
Room 402 (Colorado Convention Center)

EVALUATING CONTROL OF SLOPE-ASPECT ON DEEP GEOCHEMICAL WEATHERING WITHIN THE BOULDER CREEK CRITICAL ZONE OBSERVATORY
     ELDAM, Rania,  NAVARRE-SITCHLER, Alexis K., SINGHA, Kamini, and MOORE, Joel
     Presentation Time: 2:30 PM

T54. Geomorphology and Hydrology of Wildland Fires
Wednesday, 28 September 2016: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM
Room 406 (Colorado Convention Center)

AN INTEGRATED STUDY OF POST-FIRE WIND AND WATER EROSION IN WESTERN RANGELANDS
    ROEHNER, Clayton, Boise, ID 83705, clayroehner@u.boisestate.edu
    Presentation Time: 4:30 PM

Posters
Tuesday, 27 September 2016: 9:00 AM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall E/F (Colorado Convention Center)

T30. Sigma Gamma Epsilon—Undergraduate Research (Posters)

EVALUATING THE IMPORTANCE OF REGOLITH HETEROGENEITY ON CATCHMENT HYDROLOGY IN GARNER RUN, SUSQUEHANNA SHALE HILLS CRITICAL ZONE OBSERVATORY, PENNSYLVANIA, USA
     SILVERHART, Perri H., ZHI, Wei, XIAO, Dacheng, DEL VECCHIO, Joanmarie, DIBIASE, Roman A., LI, Li
     Session No. 237--Booth# 83

CLAY MINERAL CONCENTRATION WITH DEPTH AND LAND USE HISTORY IN THE CRITICAL ZONE IN CALHOUN, SOUTH CAROLINA
     MORAES, Anthony, SCHROEDER, Paul A. and AUSTIN, Jason
     Session No. 237--Booth# 65


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