Environmental Science/Biology/Policy Senior Seminar II

You are cordially invited to attend
the 2006 Senior Thesis Poster Session
Thursday, April 20, 4:30 – 7:00 pm
in the James Room, 4th floor of Barnard Hall
(See #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 4:30-5:00 pm
will be followed by poster presentations and a reception until 7:00 pm.

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

Presenters & Poster titles:

1 Baker, Elise         Do stakeholder preferences affect the use of scientific forecasts involving uncertainty in group environmental decision making?
Dorsi, Sam Analysis of Beaufort Sea Ice Leads Using Airborne Infrared Remote Sensing
Dushane, Jen
Establishing a bottlenose dolphin population in antongil bay, Madagascar
Foster, Matt 
Wolbachia Infections in North American & Costa Rican Lepidoptera
Gnanadev, Yamuna The Impact of Artificial Reefs on Algae Biodiversity in Nearshore Lagoons in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Gregier, Joel Feeding behavior of Rhynchopsitta terrisi at clay licks before and after breeding season
Haeckel, Ingrid 
Use and supply of firewood in the tropical montane cloud forests of central Veracruz, Mexico
Hawrysz, Alexa 
Automated Species Identification of Bees
Ho, Elizabeth (Claire) Spatial-Temporal Changes in the Ganges and Brahmaputra Rivers through GIS Analysis of Historical and Modern Maps
Ivanowski, Jennifer
Solubility of Sulfur Hexafluoride in Organic Matter
Jiménez-Fabián, Fausto E. The effects of environmental sensitivity in Punta Cana on terrestrial vertebrate biodiversity
Katz, Beth  
The Effects of Home Water Filters on Water Quality in NYC
Lundberg, Kathryn An Intelligent Air Conditioner: An Algorithm for Occupancy Detection
Mason, Sona
Scramble competition in a social mammal: group size, hierarchies and travel costs in blue monkeys
Mulholland-Olson, Caitlin
A Predictive Macroalgae Habitat Model, Great Exuma, the Bahamas
Murphy, Caroline Urban Soil and Lake Sediment Cores as Indicators of Road Runoff Flux in New York City
Padula, Veronica Health Assessment of Black-crowned Night Herons in New York Harbor Estuary
Pahler, Stephanie Analysis of Sediment Provenance and Deep Water Mass Circulation in the Equatorial Atlantic Using Sr and Nd Isotopic Ratios
Pisoni, Laura Ellen
Dwindle, Peak and Pine: Fueling Transportation in a Post-Oil America
Reyes, Lady Vanessa Vulnerability to Malaria in Sri Lanka
Ronen, Maskit 
Relationship of Understory Vegetation, Tree Regeneration, and Soil COMPOSITION to Stand Age in Black Rock Forest
Sands, Elizabeth 
Sediment Dynamics of the Hudson River Between Newburgh and Haverstraw Bay
Schiff, Davida 
A novel, affordable diesel exhaust Particlate Matter removal unit for Developing Countris
Schon, Samuel
Re-evaluation of Extensional Fault Geometry and Kinematics at Azure Ridge in the South Virgin Mountains, Nevada
Shiber-Knowles, Darcy The Geospatial Relationships between Traffic Volume, Air Pollution, and Socio-economic Status in New York City
Silverstein, Rachel
The Distribution of Symbiodinium Across a Latitudinal Gradient in Western Australia
Skorik, Alexandra Control of Myriophyllum Spicatum with 2,4-D Navigate
Sokolyanskaya, Inna Perfecting the Plan: Tackling Environmental Issues and Providing Recommendations to Improve the Manhattanville Waterfront
Steinberg, Rebecca
Vegetation and Land Use Change: The Impacts and Implications of Plant Use by Humans and the African Elephant (Loxodonta africana) in Kuku Group Ranch, Kajiado District, Kenya
Venner, Laura Enrichment Program Implementation to Modify Stereotype Behavior of Captive Polar Bears at the Central Park Zoo
Warren, Lindsay Predicting Malaria Risk Using Climate Parameters: Evaluation of Methods
Wilson, Reade
Amino Acid Racemization in Porites Coral Reefs:a dating technique and potential indicator of coral health

The poster session is being hosted by
Environmental Science (BC),
Earth and Environmental Science (DEES),
Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology (E3B),
 Earth and Environmental Engineering (EEE),
The Earth Institute at Columbia University,
and the Office of the Provost, Barnard College.