Joint South-Central and North-Central Sections, both conducting their 41st Annual Meeting (1113 April 2007)
Session No. 33 Friday, 13 April 2007
8:20 AM-12:00 PM, Kansas Union, University of Kansas: Jayhawk

T21. Neogene Depositional Environments, Paleoclimatology and Stratigraphic Architecture of the Succession Forming the High Plains Aquifer

P. Allen Macfarlane, Greg A. Ludvigson and Marios A. Sophocleous, Presiding
 Paper #Start Time
 8:20 AM Discussion
 8:40 AM Introductory Remarks
33-18:45 AM WHAT WE DO AND DON'T KNOW ABOUT THE GEOMORPHOLOGIC HISTORY, SURFICIAL GEOLOGY, AND STRATIGRAPHY OF THE EQUUS BEDS AQUIFER IN CENTRAL KANSAS: SLEEZER, Richard O., Earth Science Department, Emporia State University, Campus Box 4030, Emporia, KS 66801-5087, rsleezer@emporia.edu
33-29:05 AM FOSSIL PLANTS FROM MIOCENE STRATA IN THE HIGH PLAINS: A POTENTIAL BIOSTRATIGRAPHIC CORRELATION TOOL: THOMASSON, Joseph R., Fort Hays State Univ, Hays, KS 67601-4099, jthomass@fhsu.edu
33-39:25 AM ECOSYSTEM STRUCTURE DURING THE TRANSITION TO THE MODERN GRASSLAND IN THE GREAT PLAINS: FOX, David L., Department of Geology and Geophsyics, Univ of Minnesota, 310 Pillsbury Dr SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455, dlfox@umn.edu
33-49:45 AM DEVELOPING A CARBON ISOTOPE CHEMOSTRATIGRAPHIC APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING NEOGENE STRATIGRAPHIC ARCHITECTURE OF THE HIGH PLAINS SUCCESSSION IN WESTERN KANSAS: LUDVIGSON, Greg A.1, HAJ, E.1, FOX, D.L.2, MANDEL, R.1, and MACFARLANE, P.A.1, (1) Kansas Geological Survey, The University of Kansas, 1930 Constant Ave, Lawrence, KS 66047-3726, ahaj@kgs.ku.edu, (2) Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 55455
 10:05 AM Break
33-510:25 AM REVISED LITHOSTRATIGRAPHY OF LATE PALEOGENE AND NEOGENE STRATA OF THE HIGH PLAINS AQUIFER IN WESTERN NEBRASKA, USA: LAGARRY, Hannan E.1, LAGARRY, Leigh Anne1, SWINEHART, James B.2, and LEITE, Michael B.1, (1) Department of Physical & Life Sciences, Chadron State College, Chadron, NE 69337, nebearthmomma@yahoo.com, (2) Conservation and Survey Division, School of Nat Rscs, Univ of Nebraska-Lincoln, 113 Nebraska Hall, Lincoln, NE 68588-0517
33-610:45 AM INTERPRETATION OF ALLUVIAL ARCHITECTURE IN THE OGALLALA GROUP OF NEBRASKA FROM TEST-HOLE LOGS: JOECKEL, R.M.1, SWINEHART, J.B.1, HANSON, P.R.1, and GOEKE, J.W.2, (1) Conservation and Survey Division, SNR, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 68583-0996, rjoeckel3@unl.edu, (2) Conservation and Survey Div, SNR, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln, WCREC, North Platte, NE 69101
33-711:05 AM THE DISTRIBUTION OF PERMEABLE ZONES WITHIN THE OGALLALA IN THE SOUTHWEST KANSAS GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT 3: MACFARLANE, P.A., Kansas Geological Survey, The Univ of Kansas, 1930 Constant Ave, Lawrence, KS 66047, dowser@kgs.ku.edu and SCHNEIDER, Nicholas, Geology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66045
33-811:25 AM DOOMED RESERVOIRS ON THE HIGH PLAINS? CLIMATE CHANGE AND GROUNDWATER MINING LEAD TO PROFOUNDLY INEFFICIENT SURFACE WATER STORAGE: BRIKOWSKI, Tom H., Geosciences, FO-21, University of Texas at Dallas, P.O. Box 830688, Richardson, TX 75083, brikowi@utdallas.edu

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