POster session

You are cordially invited to attend the
 2007 Senior Thesis Poster Session
 Thursday, April 19, 4:00 – 7:00 pm
 in the James Room, 4th 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. Baum,  Cecilia: How the Mediterranean dried-up: modeling the Messinian Salinity Crisis
  2. Searle,  Stephanie: A high-resolution rock flour record for Mono Lake spanning the fourth Heinrich event
  3. Orr, Calder: Timing and nature of the Eastern Laurentide ice sheet retreat using AMS radiocarbon dating, LOI, and macrofossil analysis
  4. Haberman, Mackenzie: Quantifying recent sediment deposition and associated contaminants in Haverstraw Bay
  5. Manning,Anya: Effective sterilization techniques for long term incubations of Bangladesh aquifer sand
  6. Sparer, Emily: Major anion and stable isotope (δ18O, δ2H) composition of surface waters in Bangladesh
  7. Fiechter-Russo,Tara: Spatial sediment Arsenic distribution at the Vineland Superfund Site measured by laboratory and field techniques
  8. Rubin, Miriam: A study of the relationship between the allergenic tree pollen season and monthly mean temperatures in Albany, New York, 1988-2006
  9. Cheng, Susan: Effects of traffic on outdoor air quality around elementary schools in northern Manhattan
  10. Woodley, Michael: Microbial ecology of bacterial infections in cystic fibrosis patients
  11. Harris, Tyler: Global energy dynamics: Logistic and exponential modeling of world energy production and consumption beyond 2050
  12. Booth-Tobin, Helen: Evaluating effects of income and urbanization on residential greenhouse gas emissions
  13. Bowen, Alexandra: CLIMBing Manhattan: A cycling route connecting five Manhattan parks
  14. Young, Suzanne: Fecal bacteria in the Hudson River
  15. Kuruvilla, Jimmy & Nadine, Els: Increased efficiency wastewater denitrification and Hydrogen production 
  16. Smith,  Stephanie: Assessing the acclimation of rehabilitated orphaned & captive-born Manatees (Trichechusmanatuslatirostris) released into the wild
  17. Craig,  Elizabeth: An Assessment of the impacts of double-crested cormorants (Phalacrocoraxauritus) on New York harbor island habitats
  18. Fried,  Rebecca: Algorithm validation and development for remote sensing of colored dissolved organic matter from Massachusetts Bay ocean color measurements
  19. Taylor, Kathryn: The influence of substrate composition and habitat complexity on artificial reef communities in the Dominican Republic
  20. McLaurin, Megan: Implications of spatial variations in climate on payout and premium levels for index-insurance drought protection in Malawi
  21. Blanas, Demetri: Shifting agriculture and Pterocarpuserinaceus in south-eastern Senegal
  22. DeTroy, Victor: Mechanistic causes for variation in photosynthesis and growth in Quercusrubra L. along an urban-rural gradient
  23. Schneider, John : Fold-induced faulting in the Shawangunk Mountains

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 (EAEE),
The Earth Institute at Columbia University,
and the Office of the Provost, Barnard College.

Senior Research Seminar - Spring