St. Lawrence students and faculty were among the presenters at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America, held October 9-12 in Minneapolis. Approximately 6,000 scientists attended the meeting.
Presenting from St. Lawrence were:
- Amelia Oates '12, "Facies Stacking Pattern, Sequence Stratigraphy and Carbon-Isotope Signature of Albian Platform-Interior Carbonates, Southern Croatia" (with Assistant Professor of Geology Antun Husinec and J.F. Read, Virginia Tech)
- Bonnie Govoni '13, "Petrographic Composition and Carbonate Mineralogy of Modern Subtidal Sediments from Two Subtropical Lagoons, San Salvador Isolated Platform, Bahamas" (with Husinec)
- Krystyna Kornecki '12, "Sedimentary Facies Architecture of the Upper Ordovician Red River Formation, North Dakota" (with Husinec)
- Shelley Kandola '13, "GPVPlot: Simple and Efficient Graph Generation for Geochemical Data" (with Visiting Assistant Professor of Geology David Kratzmann and Assistant Professor of Computer Science Lisa Torrey)
- Assistant Professor of Geology Alexander Stewart, "Timing and Formation of Late Quaternary Kames in Northeastern Ohio: Implications for Understanding the Spatial and Temporal Variability in Glacian Erosion and the Preservation of Glacial Landforms" (with Lewis Owen, University of Cincinnati; John Szabo, University of Akron; and Thomas Lowell, University of Cincinnati)
- Visiting Assistant Professor of Geology John Huntley, "Trematod Parasitism of Modern and Fossil Northern Adriatic Bivalves" (with Daniele Scarponi, University of Bologna)
- Professor of Geology J. Mark Erickson, "When Trace Fossils Are Actually Body Fossils: Medusoid (Cnidaria) Tentacles from the Potsdam Group of New York"
Posted: October 20, 2011