2003 Seattle Annual Meeting (November 2–5, 2003)
Session No. 154 Tuesday, November 4, 2003
8:00 AM-12:00 PM, Washington State Convention and Trade Center: Hall 4-F

Quaternary Geology/Geomorphology (Posters) II: Landscape Processes and Histories

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154-178QUATERNARY EROSION-DEPOSITION-STABILITY (EDS) CYCLES—WITH A FORECAST: MORRISON, Roger B., 7500 N. Calle Sin Envidia #8104, Tucson, AZ 85718, rbmorrison@earthlink.net.
154-279HILLSLOPES, LANDSLIDES, AND DRY RED KIDNEY BEANS: SEMKO, Amanda, Earth Sciences, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN 38152, ajjones2@memphis.edu and ELLIS, Michael A., CERI, Earth Sciences, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN 38152
154-380THREE-DIMENSIONAL COMPUTER SIMULATION OF DRAINAGE NETWORK DEVELOPMENT: SHAW, George H.1, HEDRICK, James2, SHOEMAKER, Peter2, and MOOERS, Howard3, (1) Geology Department, Union College, Schenectady, NY 12308, shawg@union.edu, (2) Electrical and Computer Engineering, Union College, Schenectady, NY 12308, (3) Univ Minnesota - Duluth, Dept Geological Sciences, Duluth, MN 55812-2496
154-481INTERACTIONS BETWEEN STREAM CHANNEL SLOPE AND PARTICLE ROUGHNESS IN A CELLULAR AUTOMATA: BROWN, Nancy E., Geosciences, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80526, brune@cnr.colostate.edu.
154-582USING FLUVIAL GEOMORPHOLOGY TO DESIGN SUCCESSFUL HABITAT FEATURES: MASSONG, Tamara M. and PORTER, Michael D., Environment and Lands Division, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 555 Broadway N.E. Suite 100, Albuquerque, NM 87102-2352, tmassong@uc.usbr.gov
154-683THE EFFECTS OF DAMS ON DOWNSTREAM CHANNEL CHARACTERISTICS IN PENNSYLVANIA AND MARYLAND: ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL CONSEQUENCES OF DAM REMOVAL: SKALAK, Katherine J.1, PIZZUTO, James E.2, and JENKINS, Patricia1, (1) Geology, Univ of Delaware, 107 Penny Hall, Newark, DE 19716-2544, kskalak@udel.edu, (2) Department of Geology, Univ of Delaware, 101 Penny Hall, Newark, DE 19716-2544
154-784GEOLOGIC MAPPING AND FRAMEWORK STUDIES APPLIED TO FEDERAL LAND-MANAGEMENT ISSUES IN THE OZARKS OF MISSOURI: HARRISON, Richard W.1, WEARY, David J.1, and ORNDORFF, Randall C.2, (1) U.S. Geol Survey, MS 926A National Center, Reston, VA 20192, rharriso@usgs.gov, (2) U.S. Geol Survey, MS 908 National Center, Reston, VA 20192
154-885WHY GO BALD? UNDERSTANDING THE AGE AND ORIGIN OF SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN HEATH BALDS IN GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK: CONKLE, Lucas1, YOUNG, Robert S.2, BOCHICCHIO, Christopher J.2, and KHIEL, Anthony3, (1) Biology, Western Carolina Univ, Cullowhee, NC 28723, lconkle@email.wcu.edu, (2) Department of Geosciences and NRM, Western Carolina Univ, Cullowhee, NC 28723, (3) USDA-NRCS, Great Smoky Mountains Soil Survey, Sevierville, TN 37862
154-986GEOLOGIC MAPS SUPPORT LAND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN NATIONAL PARKS IN THE EASTERN U.S: SOUTHWORTH, Scott and DENENNY, Danielle, United States Geol Survey, Reston, VA 20192, Ssouthwo@usgs.gov
154-1087LAND TYPE ASSOCIATIONS -- A LAND MANAGEMENT, RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, AND RESOURCE PROTECTION TOOL: WOODFIELD, M. Catharine, BLM, Pinedale Field Office, 432 E. Mill Street, Pinedale, WY 82941, woodf6621@juno.com.
154-1188PRELIMINARY LANDSLIDE COMPILATION MAP BASED ON SITE SPECIFIC RECONNAISSANCE ASSOCIATED WITH TIMBER HARVEST PLANS, HUMBOLDT COUNTY, CALIFORNIA: MITCHELL, Martha A., Geology Department, Scotia Pacific Co, PO Box 712, Scotia, CA 95565, mmitchell@scopac.com and OSWALD, John A., Geology Department, Scotia Pacific Co, PO Box 712, Scotia, CA 95565
154-12Paper Withdrawn
154-1390LANDSLIDE INVENTORY AND SLOPE STABILITY MAPPING OF THE URBAN GROWTH AREAS WITHIN COWLITZ COUNTY, WASHINGTON STATE: WEGMANN, Karl W., Division of Geology & Earth Resources, Washington Dept. of Nat Rscs, PO Box 47007, Olympia, WA 98504-7007, karl.wegmann@wadnr.gov.
154-1491ORIGIN AND BEHAVIOR OF THE 1938 CHOCOLATE CREEK DEBRIS FLOW FROM CHOCOLATE GLACIER, GLACIER PEAK VOLCANO, NORTH CASCADES, WASHINGTON: SLAUGHTER, Stephen Lee1, ELY, Lisa L.1, and SCOTT, Kevin M.2, (1) Dept. of Geological Sciences, Central Washington Univ, 400 E. University Way, Ellensburg, WA 98926, slaughter@geology.cwu.edu, (2) US Geol Survey, 1300 SE Cardinal Court, Bldg. 10, Suite 100, Vancouver, WA 98683
154-1592ORIGIN OF CHAOTIC DEPOSITS AS SEISMITES IN A TRENCH SLOPE BASIN SETTING, BOSO PENINSULA, JAPAN: HAMED, Diaa-Eldin M.K., Structural Geology and Tectonics, Institute of Geoscience, University of Tsukuba, Japan, Tsukuba 305-8571, hameddiaa@yahoo.com.
154-1694TERRACES AND PALEO SEA-LEVEL ESTIMATES AT MARINE ISOTOPE STAGE 3 IN THE LOWER ISUMI RIVER BASIN, BOSO PENINSULA, CENTRAL JAPAN: KUWABARA, Takuichiro, Active Fault Research Center (Geological Survey of Japan), National Institute of Advanced Industrial Sci and Technology, Site 7, Higashi 1-1-1, Tsukuba, 305-8567, Japan, t-kuwabara@aist.go.jp, KIKUCHI, Takao, Department of Environment Systems, Rissho Univ, Magechi 1700, Kumagaya, 360-0194, Japan, SUZUKI, Takehiko, Department of Geography, Tokyo Metropolitan Univ, Minami-Osawa 1-1, Hachioji, 192-0397, Japan, KIYONAGA, Jota, Bureau of Construction, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Nishi-shinjuku 2-8-1, Shinjuku, 163-8001, Japan, OKUNO, Mitsuru, Department of Earth System Science, Fukuoka Univ, Nanakuma 8-19-1, Jonan, Fukuoka, 814-0180, Japan, and NAKAMURA, Toshio, Tandetron AMS 14C Dating Laboratory, Center for Chronological Research, Nagoya Univ, Furo-cho, Chikusa, Nagoya, 464-8602, Japan
154-1795MAJOR SUBSIDENCE OF THE MODERN LOUISIANA COAST: DOKKA, Roy K., SHINKLE, Kurt, and HELTZ, Jordan, Center for GeoInformatics, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, rkdokka@c4g.lsu.edu
154-1896EROSION AND TRANSPORT POTENTIAL OF SEDIMENT OBSTRUCTING THE FLOW OF THE RIO GRANDE INTO THE GULF OF MEXICO: NEU, Roene1, LANGFORD, Richard P.2, JEPSEN, Rich3, CHAPIN, D. Michael3, BUHALTS, Randy3, and ROBERTS, Jesse3, (1) Geological Sciences, Univ of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX 79968, Reneu@utep.edu, (2) Geological Sciences, Univ of Texsa at El Paso, 500 W University Ave, El Paso, TX 79968-0555, (3) Sandia National Labs, Carlsbad Programs Group, 4100 National Parks Hwy, Carlsbad, NM 88220
154-1997GIS ANALYSIS OF QUATERNARY MARINE TERRACES, POINT REYES PENINSULA, CALIFORNIA: SCHERER, Anne Marie1, GROVE, Karen1, and DAVIS, Jerry D.2, (1) Geosciences, San Francisco State Univ, 1600 Holloway Ave, San Francisco, CA 94132, annemscherer@yahoo.com, (2) Geography and Human Environmental Studies, San Francisco State Univ, San Francisco, CA 94132
154-2098MORHOLOGIC FEATURES OF OFFSET CHANNELS CROSSING THE SAN ANDREAS FAULT, CALIFORNIA: OUCHI, Shunji, College of Sci and Engineering, Chuo Univ, 1-13-27 Kasuga, Bunkyo, Tokyo 112-8551 Japan, souchi@kc.chuo-u.ac.jp.
154-2199MAPPING QUATERNERARY FAULTS IN THE EL PASO AREA USING DIGITAL GEOLOGY: ESPARZA, Oscar Jr, Geology, UTEP, 500 W. University Dr, El Paso, TX 79968, oesparza@utep.edu and SANCHEZ, Stephen, Department of Geological Sciences, Univ of Texas at El Paso, 500 W. University Dr, El Paso, TX 79968, sanchez@geo.utep.edu
154-22100CLIMATIC CONTROL ON FLUVIAL LANDSCAPES IN THE LAKE TITICACA BASIN AS EVIDENCED BY REGIONALLY CORRELATIVE FLUVIAL HISTORIES OF THE RIO DESAGUADERO, RIO ILAVE, AND RIO RAMIS (BOLIVIA AND PERU): RIGSBY, Catherine A., Department of Geology, East Carolina Univ, Greenville, NC 27858, rigsbyc@mail.ecu.edu.
154-23101LUMINESCENCE DATING OF FLUVIAL SEDIMENTS FROM CHUPADEROS CANYON NEW MEXICO: COINCIDENCE BETWEEN TRADITIONAL METHODS AND ADVANCED TECHNIQUES, OR NOT?: LEPPER, Kenneth1, WILSON, Cathy2, GARDNER, Jamie3, RENEAU, Steve3, and LAVINE, Alexis3, (1) Department of Geosciences, North Dakota State Univ, Steven Hall, Fargo, ND 58105-5517, ken.lepper@ndsu.nodak.edu, (2) Luminescence Geochronology Lab, Los Alamos National Lab, MS J495; EES-2, Los Alamos, NM 87545, (3) Environmental Geology & Risk Analysis, Los Alamos National Lab, MS D462; EES-9, Los Alamos, NM 87545
154-24102THE LIFE OF DESERT PIEDMONT SEDIMENT: SEDIMENT TRACING USING COSMOGENIC NUCLIDES: NICHOLS, Kyle K.1, BIERMAN, Paul2, EPPES, M.C.3, FINKEL, Robert C.4, CAFFEE, Marc W.5, and LARSEN, Jennifer2, (1) Department of Geosciences, Skidmore College, 815 N. Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, knichols@skidmore.edu, (2) Geology, Univ of Vermont, Perkins Hall, Burlington, VT 05405, (3) Geography & Earth Sciences, Univ of North Carolina, Charlotte, Charlotte, NC 28223, (4) CAMS, Lawrence Livermore National Lab, Livermore, CA 94550, (5) Physics, Purdue Univ, W. Lafayette, IN 47906
154-25103KNICKPOINT RETREAT AND DRAWDOWN REACH EVOLUTION ALONG THE ARID ESCARPMENTS OF THE DEAD SEA BASIN: HAVIV, Itai1, ENZEL, Yehouda1, WHIPPLE, Kelin2, ZILBERMAN, Ezra3, STONE, John4, MATMON, Ari5, and FIFIELD, L. Keith6, (1) Institute of Earth Sciences, The Hebrew Univ of Jerusalem, Givat Ram, Jerusalem, 91904, Israel, yenzel@vms.huji.ac.il, (2) Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 02139, (3) Geol Survey of Israel, 30 Malkhe Israel, Jerusalem, 95501, Israel, (4) Quaternary Research Center, Univ of Washington, 19 Johnson Hall, University of Washington Box 351360, Seattle, WA 98195, (5) U.S. Geol Survey, 345 Middlefield Rd, Menlo Park, CA 94025, (6) Department of Nuclear Physics, Australian National Univ, Canberra, ACT-0200
154-26104COMPARISON OF MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE RECORDS IN DEATH, PANAMINT, AND TECOPA VALLEYS, CALIFORNIA: IMPLICATIONS FOR REGIONAL PALEOCLIMATE: LARSEN, Daniel, Earth Sciences, Univ. of Memphis, 402 Smith Bldg, Memphis, TN 38152, dlarsen@memphis.edu, KNOTT, Jeffrey, Department of Geological Sciences, California State Univ, Fullerton, P.O. Box 6850, Fullerton, CA 92834, and JAYKO, Angela, USGS, 3000 East Line St, Bishop, CA 93514
154-27105LATE PLEISTOCENE, CALCAREOUS AND SILICEOUS AEOLIAN AND ALLUVIAL FAN DEPOSITS, CAPE LIPTRAP, SOUTHEASTERN VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA: GARDNER, T.1, MERRITTS, D., DAVIS, A., CASSEL, E., PEZZIA, C., WEBB, J.2, and SMITH, B.3, (1) Keck Geology Consortium, Carleton College, Northfield, MN 55057, tgardner@trinity.edu, (2) Earth Science, La Trobe Univ, Bundoora, 3086, Australia, (3) Earth Science, Melbourne Univ, Melbourne, 3010, Australia
154-28106U-TH DATING OF FOSSIL-ASSOCIATED CAVE CALCITES FROM SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA: DORALE, Jeffrey A., Geology, Univ of Missouri, 101 Geology Building, Columbia, MO 65211, doralej@missouri.edu, HEATON, Timothy H., Dept. of Earth Sciences, Univ. of S. Dakota, 201 Akeley-Lawrence Science Center, Vermillion, SD 57069, and EDWARDS, R. Lawrence, Geology & Geophysics, Univ of Minnesota, 310 Pillsbury Dr. SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455
154-29107EVIDENCE OF A MAJOR LATE HOLOCENE RIVER AVULSION: PITTMAN, Paul David, 3835 Idaho Street, Bellingham, 98229, ppittman@co.whatcom.wa.us, MAUDLIN, Michael R, 2616 Kwina Road, Bellingham, 98226, mmaudlin@lummi-nsn.gov, and COLLINS, Brian D., Dept. of Earth and Space Science, UW, Box 351310, Seattle, 98195
154-30108NEW AGES FOR BELLEVUE FORMATION - IMPLICATIONS FOR QUATERNARY STRATIGRAPHY OF THE WOOD RIVER VALLEY, IDAHO: BRECKENRIDGE, Roy M.1, OTHBERG, Kurt L.1, and ESSER, Richard P.2, (1) Idaho Geological Survey, Univ of Idaho, PO BOX 443014, Moscow, ID 83844-3014, roybreck@uidaho.edu, (2) New Mexico Geochronology Research Laboratory, New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Rscs, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, 801 Leroy Place, Socorro, NM 87801
154-31109GEOLOGIC MAPS OF THE FRUITA AND GOLDEN THRONE QUADRANGLES, CAPITOL REEF NATIONAL PARK, UTAH: WITH PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF STRATH BOULDER TERRACES AND LANDSCAPE EVOLUTION: MORRIS, Thomas H.1, MARTIN, Dan H.1, EDDLEMAN, James L.1, and MCLELLAND, Briana E.2, (1) Department of Geology, Brigham Young Univ, Provo, UT 84602, thomas_morris@byu.edu, (2) Devon Energy Corporation, 20 North Broadway, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
154-32110SEDIMENTOLOGIC, CLIMATIC, AND DUNE SAND SOURCE IMPLICATIONS OF A LATE WISCONSIN TERRACE OF THE NIOBRARA RIVER, NEBRASKA: SWINEHART, James B, Conservation and Survey Division, School of Nat Rscs, Univ of Nebraska-Lincoln, 113 Nebraska Hall, Lincoln, NE 68588-0517, jswinehart1@unl.edu and LARSON, Claire, RDG Geoscience & Engineering, 10360 Sapp Brothers Drive, Omaha, NE 68138
154-33111AN ARRAY OF LARGE-SCALE EROSIONAL BEDFORMS: A DETAILED RECORD OF A GLACIAL LAKE OUTBURST FLOW ARCHITECTURE AND SPILLWAY EVOLUTION: LORD, Mark L., Geosciences & Natural Resources Mgmt, Western Carolina Univ, Cullowhee, NC 28723-9047, mlord@wcu.edu and SCHWARTZ, Robert K., Dept. of Geology, Allegheny College, Meadville, PA 16335
154-34112RECONSTRUCTING A CATASTROPHIC FLOOD FROM PLEISTOCENE LAKE ALVORD AND LAKE COYOTE INTO THE OWYHEE RIVER BASIN, SOUTHEASTERN OREGON: CARTER, Deron T. and ELY, Lisa L., Dept. Geological Sciences, Central Washington Univ, Ellensburg, WA 98926, carterd@cwu.EDU
154-35113INUNDATION MAP, ICE-RAFTED ERRATICS, AND DEPOSITS OF LATE PLEISTOCENE MISSOULA FLOODS IN THE PORTLAND BASIN AND WILLAMETTE VALLEY, OREGON AND WASHINGTON: MINERVINI, J.1, O'CONNOR, J.E.2, and WELLS, R.E.1, (1) U.S. Geol Survey, 345 Middlefield Rd MS 973, Menlo Park, CA 94025, rockboyjoey@yahoo.com, (2) US Geol Survey, 10615 SE Cherry Blossom Drive, Portland, OR 97216
154-36114ELONGATED LOW-GRADIENT DEBRIS FANS: JOKULHLAUPS RESULTING FROM TRIBUTARY DAMMING BY PRE-WISCONSINAN GLACIAL ICE LOBES MOVING UP THE BUFFALO CREEK VALLEY IN CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA: KOCHEL, R. Craig, Geology, Bucknell Univ, Lewisburg, PA 17837, kochel@bucknell.edu, NICKELSEN, Richard P., 432 Pheasant Ridge Rd, Lewisburg, PA 17837-8870, and EATON, L. Scott, Dept. of Geology and Environmental Science, James Madison Univ, MSC 7703, Harrisonburg, VA 22807
154-37115LATE PLEISTOCENE BEDROCK CHANNEL INCISION OF THE LOWER SUSQUEHANNA RIVER: HOLTWOOD GORGE, PENNSYLVANIA: REUSSER, Lucas1, BIERMAN, Paul2, PAVICH, Milan3, BUTLER, Eric2, LARSEN, Jennifer2, and FINKEL, Robert4, (1) Geology, Unviersity of Vermont, Perkins Hall, Burlington, VT 05405, lreusser@zoo.uvm.edu, (2) Geology, Univ of Vermont, Perkins Hall, Burlington, VT 05405, (3) U.S. Geol Survey, 12201 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston, VA 20192, (4) Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories, Center for Accelerator Mass Spectrometry, Livermore, CA 94550
154-38116TESTING THE ROLES OF CLIMATE, TECTONICS, AND BEDROCK LITHOLOGY IN THE LATE CENOZOIC INCISION HISTORY OF THE NEW RIVER: WARD, Dylan J., Department of Geological Sciences, Virginia Tech, 4044 Derring Hall (0420), Blacksburg, VA 24061, djward@vt.edu, HANCOCK, Gregory, Department of Geology, College of William and Mary, McGlothlin St. Hall 216, Williamsburg, VA 23186, SPOTILA, James, Geological Sciences, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Univ, 4064 Derring Hall, Blacksburg, VA 24061, and LAW, Richard D., Geological Sciences, Virginia Tech, 4044 Derring Hall, Blacksburg, VA 24061
154-39117DRAINAGE BASIN INCISION BY KNICKPOINT RETREAT ACROSS VARIABLE ROCK TYPES, CENTRAL APPALACHIANS, VIRGINIA: HARBOR, David J., BACASTOW, Amy, HEATH, Andrew, and JACKSON, Rogers, Geology Department, Washington and Lee Univ, Lexington, VA 24450, harbord@wlu.edu

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