You are cordially invited to attend the
2008 Senior Thesis Poster Session
Thursday, April 24, 4:00 – 7:00 pm
in Sulzberger Parlor, 3rd floor of Barnard Hall
(Building #7 on the Barnard Campus map)
Enter the Barnard Campus from Broadway & 117th St and Barnard Hall is in front of you.

One minute presentations from 4:00-5:00 pm will be followed by poster presentations and a reception until 7:00 pm.

If you have any questions, please contact Catherine at (212 854 5618).

Presenters & Poster titles:

  1. 1.Baumgarten, Joni Michelle: Quantifying 20th Century Deposition of Contaminated Sediment in the Tappan Zee Section of the Hudson River Estuary
  2. 2.Huckabee, Mary Page: Carbon Storage in Hudson River Wetlands
  3. 3.McGrath, Sarah: Significance of Estuarine Hypoxia to Altered Microbial Nutrient Cycling and Toxic Nitrite Accumulation in the Hudson River Estuary
  4. 4.Wolf, Zachary Peter Hopkins: The Effects of the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid on Riparian Habitat and Macroinvertebrate Diversity in Connecticut Streams
  5. 5.Burdette, Christopher E: Coarse Woody Debris Dynamics in Black Rock Experimental Forest of the Hudson Highlands
  6. 6.Chan, Nga Lai: Reproductive and Offspring Traits in Northern Red Oak, Quercus rubra, at Black Rock Forest
  7. 7.Tupper, Elizabeth Porter: Effects of urbanization on pigment content in Red Oak seedlings using remote sensing
  8. 8.Gerard-Little, Peregrine A: Establishing a Dated Stratigraphy for a Core from Black Rock Forest, Hudson Highlands, New York
  9. 9.Fernandez, Matias C: Quaternary Environmental Reconstruction of Lower Decker Lake, Sawtooth Range, Central Idaho
  10. 10.Simonson, Joey: The Distribution of Last Glacial Maximum Water Masses at the Ceara Rise from Neodymium Isotope Ratios
  11. 11.Hoff, Krista Arnold: Potential Pollutant Transport and Marine Mammal Habitat Vulnerability as a Result of Decreased Arctic Sea Ice Extent
  12. 12.Rook, Amanda Blanche:Microbial Response to CO2 Injection in a Shallow Mafic Aquifer 13.
  13. Faehndrich, Douglas E: SF6, SF5CF3, and Bromide as Tracers in Fractured Rock Aquifers
  14. 14.Bounds, Margaret Emily: Push/Pull Experiments to Determine Arsenic Adsorption and Desorption Rates in Bangladesh
  15. 15.Trembath-Reichert, Elizabeth: Carbon Dating of Microbial DNA from Arsenic Contaminated Bangladesh Groundwater
  16. 16.Wagner, Peter John: Genetics of Microbial Subsurface Arsenic Reduction by Detoxification and Respiratory Mechanisms
  17. 17.Meyers, Greta Lynn: DNA Barcoding of Commercialized Wildlife Species and Implications for Monitoring Trade: the Case of Central African Bushmeat and South American Crocodilians
  18. 18.Derian, Alexandra Rapid Urbanization and Social Vulnerability in Turkey: A Case Study of the 1999 Kocaeli Earthquake
  19. 19.McCabe, Mikah Grace Locating Optimal Areas for Efficient Use of Geothermal Systems in the United States
  20. 20.Kaiyoorawongs, Cathaleen: Yantana-An Inductive Framework to Evaluate Sanitation Choice for Indigenous Communities
  21. 21.Han, Kaythi: Population Level Phylogeography of the Congo River Cichlid Genus Teleogramma through Morphological and Molecular Techniques
  22. 22.Laso, Francisco Jose: Anthropogenic Pressures and Effects on River Turtles (Podocnemis spp.) of the Peruvian Amazon
  23. 23.Monopoli, Alycia Marie  The Development of the Larval Migration Inhibition Assay for the Detection of Drug Resistance in Equine Parasites
  24. 24.Nepom, Jessica:  Effects of Dominance Rank on Feeding Behavior in African Blue Monkeys
  25. 25.Ruskin, Katharine Johanna: An Evaluation of Double-crested Cormorant  (Phalacrocorax auritus) Behavior and Productivity as Chemical Contaminant Biomonitors in New York Harbor
The poster session is being hosted by:
Environmental Science (BC),
Earth and Environmental Science (DEES),
Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology (E3B),
The Earth Institute at Columbia University,
and the Office of the Provost, Barnard College.

Senior Research Seminar - Spring