Southeastern Section - 54th Annual Meeting (March 1718, 2005)
Session No. 18 Friday, March 18, 2005
8:00 AM-12:00 PM, Bayview Hotel at the Grand Casino Resort: Grand Ballroom D

Hydrology, Environmental Geology, and Geomorphology (Posters)

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18-11CONTRASTING PLEISTOCENE AND HOLOCENE FLUVIAL SYSTEMS OF THE LOWER PEARL RIVER, LOUISIANA AND MISSISSIPPI, USA: HEINRICH, Paul V., Louisiana Geological Survey, Louisiana State Univ, 3079 Energy, Coast, and Environment Building, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, heinric@lsu.edu.
18-22BASEMENT-TECTONIC SIGNATURE IN THE ORIENTATION FREQUENCIES OF STREAMS IN THE WESTERN TWO-THIRDS OF LOUISIANA: MCCULLOH, Richard P., Louisiana Geological Survey, Louisiana State Univ, 3079 Energy, Coast and Environment Building, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, mccullo@lsu.edu.
18-33MULTIPLE SEDIMENTARY AXES IMPACT ON THE CHICOT AQUIFER: CARLSON, Douglas and MILNER, Riley, Louisiana Geological Survey, Louisiana State Univ, 3079 Energy, Coast & Environment Bldg, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, dcarlson@lsu.edu
18-44DEVELOPMENT OF MINIMUM FLOWS AND LEVELS FOR BLUE SPRING, MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA: SCHNEIDER, James C.1, UPCHURCH, Sam1, FARRELL, Mark2, JANICKI, Anthony3, GOOD, John4, MATTSON, Rob4, HORNSBY, David4, CHAMPION, Kyle1, WADE, David3, and MALLOY, Kate3, (1) SDII-Global, Tampa, FL 33634, jschneider@sdii-global.com, (2) Water Resources Associates, Tampa, FL 33618, (3) Janicki Environmental, St. Petersburg, FL 33704, (4) Suwannee River Water Mgnt District, Live Oak, FL 32060
18-55THE BATON ROUGE FAULT: CONDUIT OR IMPEDIMENT TO GROUNDWATER FLOW?: MILLER, Byron, Louisiana Geological Survey, Louisiana State Univ, 2079 Energy, Coast & Environment Bldg, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, byron@lgs.bri.lsu.edu.
18-66HYDROGEOLOGY OF FORT MORGAN PENINSULA, ALABAMA: METHODS OF GROUNDWATER MODELING AND CAPTURE ZONE ASSESSMENT: RICH, Kendall A., Geological Sciences, The Univ of Alabama, 202 Bevill Research Building, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0338, rich004@bama.ua.edu.
18-77SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL MONITORING OF WATER CHEMISTRY PARAMETERS OF WOOLPER CREEK IN WESTERN BOONE COUNTY, KENTUCKY: PERKINS, Arianna, Physics and Geology, Northern Kentucky Univ, Highland Heights, KY 41099, perkinsa@nku.edu and BOATENG, Samuel, Physics and Geology, Northern Kentucky Univ, SC 251, Highland Heights, KY 41099
18-88IMPACT OF MINE DRAINAGE ON STREAM WATER QUALITY TWENTY YEARS AFTER RECLAIMATION: SCHEXNAYDER, Jeff M., Geolgical Sciences, Univ of Alabama, 7 th Ave, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487, schex001@bama.ua.edu, DONAHOE, Rona J., Department of Geological Sciences, Univ of Alabama, Box 870338, 202 Bevill Building, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487, and GRAHAM, Elizabeth Y.
18-99PRELIMINARY FINDINGS OF THE SEPTEMBER 16, 2004 DEBRIS FLOW AT PEEKS CREEK, MACON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA: LATHAM, Rebecca S.1, WOOTEN, Richard M.1, and REID, Jeffrey C.2, (1) North Carolina Geological Survey, 2090 U.S. Highway 70, Swannanoa, NC 28778, Rebecca.Latham@ncmail.net, (2) North Carolina Geological Survey, 1612 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-1612
18-1010AN INTEGRATED EXPLORATION MODEL FOR DUSEL SITE CHARACTERIZATION AT THE KIMBALLTON MINE, GILES COUNTY ,VIRGINIA: HENIKA, William S. and SCHUMAKER, Adam, Geosciences, Virginia Tech, 4044 Derring Hall, Blacksburg, VA 24061-0420, bhenika@vt.edu
18-1111SEDIMENT DISPERSAL AND TRANSPORT THROUGH FIRST-ORDER STREAMS AND ASSOCIATED WETLANDS: ALLEN, Ethan E., Geology, Univ of Southern Mississippi, Box 5044, Hattiesburg, MS 39406, Ethan.Allen@usm.edu.
18-1212IMPLICATIONS OF A QUATERNARY SOIL CHRONOSEQUENCE TO CLIMATIC AND NEOTECTONIC EFFECTS ON LANDSCAPE DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTHEASTERN MISSISSIPPI: SEITER, Amy L., Geology, Univ of Southern Mississippi, Department of Geology, Box 5044, Hattiesburg, MS 39406, amy.seiter@usm.edu and UFNAR, David F., Geology, Univ of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS 39406
18-1313A DECISION-TREE CLASSIFICATION APPROACH FOR MAPPING NATURAL HABITATS USING HIGH-RESOLUTION REMOTELY SENSED IMAGERY: MARTINEZ, Luis A.1, CONNOR, Paul F.1, and GUARISCO, Patricia L.2, (1) Department of Geology and Geophysics, Univ of New Orleans, 2000 Lakeshore Dr, New Orleans, LA 70148, lamarti4@uno.edu, (2) Geography, Univ of New Orleans, 2000 Lakeshore Dr, New Orleans, LA 70148
18-1414FIELD-BASED HYPERSPECTRAL DETECTION OF VEGETATION RED EDGE SHIFT RELATED TO HYDROCARBON MICROSEEPAGE IN MARINER FIELD, HANCOCK COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI: YOUNCE, Matthew W. and RUSSELL, Gail, Department of Geology, Univ of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS 39406, Matthew.Younce@usm.edu

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