Eight students are presenting the results of their research with faculty in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University’s annual Research ShowCASE, held Thursday, April 12, 2007 in the Veale Convocation Center.
This year’s presentations include three by undergraduate students and five by graduate students.
A Search for Chemical Markers that Distinguish Biotic and Abiotic Methanogenesis, *Elizabeth Ashley Bair with Ralph Harvey and Jenny Baeseman, Presentation Number (275).
Constraints on the Dynamics of Iron Snow in the Core of Ganymede, Katherine Crispin with Steven A. Hauck, II and James A. Van Orman Presentation Number (396).
An Investigation of a Possible Liquid-Water Supported Mass Wasting Feature on Mars, *Jason Kodysz with Ralph Harvey, Presentation Number (397).
Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Multicomponent Silicate Liquids David Rear with Daniel J. Lacks and James A. Van Orman, Presentation Number (92).
Influence of External Loads on Interpretations of Tectonics at Isidis Planitia, Mars J. Andreas Ritzer with Steven A. Hauck, II, Presentation Number (398).
Sediment Oxygen Demand and Consumption Rates in Lake Erie, Derek Smith with Gerald Matisoff, Presentation Number (399).
Ice Surface Changes in Miller Range Revealed by Cosmogenic Exposure Dating, Dejun Tan with Ralph Harvey, Presentation Number (400).
Soil Redistribution on an Agricultural Field: Implications for Erosion Control, *Lauren Vitko with Andrew P. Stubblefield, Gerald Matisoff and Peter J. Whiting, Presentation Number (401).
* = Undergraduate Author.