Thesis Adviser: Sue Brantley and Honors Adviser: Maureen Feineman
B.S. , Geosciences, Honors, Pennsylvania State University, 2013
My thesis research involves fitting previously derived mathematical models to the C, N and Mn concentration profiles to determine trends between climate and element storage in shale derived soils. I work on soils taken from the climosequence associated with the Susquehanna Shale Hills CZO which spans Wales, the east coast of the United States and Puerto Rico.
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C, N, and Mn in Shale Soil Profiles along a Climate Gradient . Bingham, N (2013): Bachelor of Science, Pennsylvania State University.
26 Apr 2013 - Utilizing the Shale Hills CZO and beyond, four senior geosciene majors from the College of Earth and Mineral Science at Penn State presented...