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(see Barnard Campus map).

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

Videos and programs of previous poster sessions

Presenters & Poster titles

1.       Morsink, Kai: Paleoecological Investigation of Sea Level during MIS 5a at Cave Hill, Barbados

2.       Valdivia-McCarthy, Ailín: Species Specific Fossil Leaf Based CO2 Reconstruction from the Oligocene-Miocene Boundary

3.       Castro, Nina: Early Miocene Oncolite and Stromatolites from the Lake Manuherikia Region, New Zealand

4.       Inman, Rya: Investigating Lava Dome Formation & Stability Through Laboratory Experiments

5.       Wan, Simon: Mystery Quartzite on Anjouan: Origin Study

6.       Alvarez, Blanca: Importance of Intact Herbivore Guilds in Cropping Turf Algae

7.       Hagani, Jason: Home Ranges and Movement Patterns of Wood Turtles (Glyptemys insculpta) in Connecticut and the Use of Rarefaction for Improving Tracking Study Design

8.       Knee, Joseph: Individual Identification of Male Black Howler Monkeys (Alouatta pigra) Using Vocal Analysis

9.       Mateescu, Irina: Comparing Abiotic Variations and the Arctic-Boreal Soundscape: a Machine Learning Approach

10.   Freinberg, Caroline: Have the Cows Hit the Wall? Validation of Contact Mats to Monitor Dairy Cow Contact with Stall Partitions

11.   Merriam, Marya: Effects of Pasture Management on Mycorrhizal Abundance and Forage Quality on Maine Dairy Farms

12.   Pressman, Eleanor: Mitigation of enteric methane emissions from dairy cattle in East Africa through urea treatment of crop residue feeds

13.   Vaughan, Ellery: Dietary Analysis of the Coyote (Canis latrans) Population at Black Rock Forest

14.   Moore, Connor: Monitoring the Adirondack Alpine: Soil Depth and Species Abundance in NY's Highest Ecosystem

15.   Johnston, Meredith: Intergenerational Genetic Tagging in Steelhead Trout

16.   Fratz, Adriana: Host-Viral Range Congruence: Predicting Rabies Presence Within Bat Species in Canada

17.   Warren, Jack: Biogeography and Niche Modeling of the King Bird of Paradise

18.   Andrews, Abigail: Developing High-Resolution Air Pollution Maps via Mobile Monitoring Platforms

19.   Zhang, Lewei: Predicting Localized Air Pollution Level with Biking Study Data and Open Source Land Use Data

20.   Block, Annie: Maintenance and Performance Assessments of Bioswales in Brooklyn, NY

21.   Figueredo Botello, Natalia: The Impact of Particle Association on Temperature-Dependent Growth and Light-Induced Mortality of Vibrio sp. in the Hudson River Estuary

22.   Lim, Shelly: Distribution of Microplastics around New York City Waterways and Ingestion of Microplastics by Noctiluca scintillans

23.   Guillermo, Jessica: Monitoring Air Movement in Buildings Using Perfluorocarbon Tracer Compounds and Sulfur Hexafluoride

24.   Kayle, Avery: Using Perfluorocarbons and SF6 as Tracers for Groundwater Contaminants Related to Hydraulic Fracturing

25.   Smith, Gabriella: The Degradation of Tracer Gases SF5CF3 and SF6 under Geothermal Conditions

26.   Pallone, Celeste: Sources of Carbon and Grain Size of Surface Sediments in the Eastern Long Island Sound

27.   Khalid, Sufyan: Mapping Heavy Metal Contamination in Eastern Long Island Sound and Analyzing Transport Mechanisms

28.   Steiger, Ella: Low Nitrogen to Phosphorus Ratios in Gulf of Mexico Surface Water

29.   Killough, Madeleine: Radiocarbon Analysis of Microbial RNA to Determine Carbon Sources in Arsenic Contaminated Pleistocene Aquifers in Bangladesh

30.   Mgaloblishvili, George: Mapping America’s Lead Pipes With Machine Learning

31.   Sahwell, Gemma: Resettlement in the Face of Gamma Radiation and a Rising Sea: A Survey of the Northern Atolls of the Republic of the Marshall Islands

32.   Suljic, Emelia: Hypersensitive B Cell Response to Low-Dose Gamma Radiation

33.   Shin, Alexandra: An Analysis of Large vs. Small Anaerobic Digester Utility in Kumasi, Ghana Using Compositional Excreta Flow Diagrams

34.   Singh-Smith, Kiran: Post-Clean Air Act pH, Alkalinity, and Ecosystem Recovery of 26 Bodies of Water in the Hudson Highlands

35.   Bannister, Mary: Mapping Food Justice in Paterson, New Jersey

36.   Estrada, Mireya: Understanding the effects of climate change on smallholder farmers in Loma Bonita, Panamá

37.   Munyana, Diana: Are Input Subsidies enough for Smallholder Farmers? A case study in Eastern Rwanda

38.   Benesch, Ambria: Urban Toxicity, Community Organizing, and the Lack of Environmentally-Motivated Political Action in Marginalized Neighborhoods

39.   Bouhassira, Elza: Photographs as Influencers: Searching for a Connection Between Visuals and Support for Legal Rights of Nature

40.   Estrella, Kristal: The Social, Environmental, and Health Consequences of Cold Stress in Renter-Occupied Homes

41.   Gibson, Marion: Harvey’s Injustice: Flood Exposure and Access to Recovery Resources for Immigrant Communities

42.   Gjed, Lovens: A Remittance-funded ROSCA Model Versus Formal Microcredit Institutions in Gonaives, Haiti

43.   Israel, Maggie: Urban Agriculture, Crime, and Community Perceptions of Safety in New York City Public Housing

44.   Jean-Michel, Chelsea: Feasibility of Introducing Synthetic Methane to the Natural Gas Grid through Power-to-Gas Plants in New York State

45.   Friedman, Hannah: Implementing Carbon Pricing at Columbia University

46.   Juang, William: Biopiracy and Ethics of the International Transfer of Digital Biological Information in Ecology and Evolution Research

47.   Meza, Brenda: The Effects of Surging Waters and Inequality in Puerto Rico

48.   Gout, Elise: Weathering Sandy: The Flood Risk Perceptions of the Coastal Elderly

49.   Silberstein, Jacob: The Impact of LEED Certified Buildings on Barnard Students’ Productivity and Wellbeing

50.   Tai, Melody: Sustainability and Marketing to Generation Y and Z in the Luxury Fashion Sector

51.   Loznak, Alexander: Climate Change Policy and the 2018 Midterm Elections: Are Candidates Who Take Stronger Positions on Climate Change More Likely to Win?