Northeastern Section - 44th Annual Meeting (22–24 March 2009)
Session No. 37 Monday, 23 March 2009
12:55 PM-5:00 PM, Holiday Inn By the Bay: Vermont Room

T6. Glacial and Paraglacial Coasts: Stratigraphy, Processes, and Geomorphology (CC)

Daniel F. Belknap and Ilya V. Buynevich, Presiding
 Paper #Start Time
 12:55 PM Introductory Remarks
37-11:00 PM POCKMARK FIELD GEOMORPHIC TRENDS FROM SERIAL SWATH BATHYMETRY, BELFAST BAY, MAINE, USA: BROTHERS, Laura L., Department of Earth Sciences, Univ of Maine, Bryand Global Sciences Center, Orono, ME 04469-5790, Laura.Brothers@umit.maine.edu, ANDREWS, Brian D., Coastal and Marine Geology Program, U.S. Geological Survey, 384 Woods Hole Rd, Woods Hole, MA 02453, BARNHARDT, Walter A., US Geological Survey, Woods Hole Science Center, 384 Woods Hole Road, Falmouth, MA 02543, KELLEY, Joseph T., Earth Science Department, University Of Maine, Orono, ME 04469-5790, and BELKNAP, Daniel F., Earth Sciences, University of Maine, Bryand Global Sciences Building, Orono, ME 04469
37-21:20 PM HOLOCENE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS INTERPRETED FROM COASTAL MUDFLATS AND PEAT IN WASHINGTON COUNTY, MAINE: PRINCIPATO, Sarah M., Environmental Studies, Gettysburg College, 300 N. Washington St, Box 2455, Gettysburg, PA 17325, sprincip@gettysburg.edu and MARKUS, Julie T., Environmental Studies, Gettysburg College, 300 North Washington St, Gettysburg, PA 17325
37-31:40 PM PRESERVATION POTENTIAL AND SOURCING BY GLACIAL AND PROGLACIAL SEDIMENTS ON THE MAINE COAST: BELKNAP, Daniel F. and KELLEY, Joseph T., Earth Sciences, University of Maine, Bryand Global Sciences Building, Orono, ME 04469, belknap@maine.edu
37-42:00 PM TRANSGRESSIVE VALLEY FILL SEQUENCES ON THE MASSACHUSETTS INNER SHELF: IMPLICATIONS FOR LATE QUATERNARY COASTAL EVOLUTION: BARNHARDT, Walter A., US Geological Survey, Woods Hole Science Center, 384 Woods Hole Road, Falmouth, MA 02543, wbarnhardt@usgs.gov, ANDREWS, Brian, U.S. Geological Survey, 384 Woods Hole Rd, Woods Hole, MA 02543, BALDWIN, Wayne, Woods Hole Science Center, U.S. Geological Survey, 384 Quissett Campus, Woods Hole, MA 02543, ACKERMAN, Seth, Massachusetts Coastal Zone Management, Woods Hole, MA 02543, and BUCZKOWSKI, Brian, United States Geological Survey, USGS Woods Hole Science Center, 384 Woods Hole Road, Woods Hole, MA 02543
37-52:20 PM DEVELOPMENT OF THE PLUM ISLAND, MA BARRIER SYSTEM IN RESPONSE TO SLOW SEA LEVEL RISE: HEIN, Christopher J., Department of Earth Sciences, Boston University, 675 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215, hein@bu.edu, CARRUTHERS, Emily A., Earth Sciences, Boston University, 675 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215, FITZGERALD, Duncan M., Earth Sciences, Boston University, 675 Comm Ave, Boston, MA 02215, BARNHARDT, Walter, U.S. Geological Survey, 384 Woods Hole Rd, Woods Hole, MA 02543, and STONE, Byron D., U.S. Geological Survey, 1080 Shennecossett Rd, Groton, CT 06340
37-62:40 PM HOLOCENE EVOLUTION OF THE SOUTHERN-END OF SALISBURY BEACH, MA: SEA-LEVEL RISE AND TIDAL INLET FORCINGS: COSTAS, Susana, Marine Geology, Instituto Nacional de Engenharia, Tecnologia e Inovação, I.P, Estrada da Portela, Zambujal - Alfragide, Amadora, 2721-866, Portugal, susana.costas@ineti.pt and FITZGERALD, Duncan, Boston University, 675 Comm Ave, Boston, MA 02215
 3:00 PM Break
37-73:20 PM ANOMALOUS ACCRETION ALONG OUTER CAPE COD SHORELINE POSSIBLY LINKED WITH AEOLIAN TRANSPORT ASSOCIATED WITH PARABOLIC DUNE FIELD: ROGERS, Stacy Shafer1, GIESE, Graham1, and ADAMS, Mark2, (1) Land Sea Interaction Program, Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies, 5 Holway Avenue, Provincetown, MA 02657, srogers@coastalstudies.org, (2) North Atlantic Coastal Laboratories, Cape Cod National Seashore, 99 Marconi Site Road, Wellfleet, MA 02667
37-83:40 PM SEDIMENT TRANSPORT ON THE WATCH HILL – MISQUAMICUT, RHODE ISLAND SHOREFACE BASED ON REPEAT SIDE-SCAN SONAR SURVEYS: OAKLEY, Bryan A., Department of Geosciences, University of Rhode Island, 317 Woodward Hall, 9 East Alumni Ave, Kingston, RI 02881, Bryan_Oakley@hotmail.com and BOOTHROYD, Jon C., Department of Geosciences, Univ of Rhode Island, Rhode Island Geological Survey, Kingston, RI 02881
37-94:00 PM MAJOR PHASES OF HOLOCENE DUNE ACTIVITY ALONG THE COAST OF LITHUANIA: NEW OPTICAL DATES WITHIN A REGIONAL CONTEXT: BUYNEVICH, Ilya V., Geology & Geophysics, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, MS#22, Woods Hole, MA 02543, ibuynevich@whoi.edu, BITINAS, Albertas, Department of Quaternary Geology, Lithuanian Geological Survey, 35 S.Konarskio St, Vilnius, LT-03123, Lithuania, PUPIENIS, D., Faculty of Natural Sciences, Vilnius University, 21/27 Ciurlionio St, Vilnius, Lithuania, and GOBLE, Ronald J., Geosciences, Univ of Nebraska - Lincoln, 214 Bessey Hall, Lincoln, NE 68588
37-104:20 PM A PHENOMENON OF “DUNE TECTONICS”: CURONIAN SPIT, SOUTHEASTERN BALTIC SEA COAST: BITINAS, Albertas1, BUYNEVICH, Ilya V.2, DAMUSYTE, Aldona1, GADEIKIS, M.3, KABAILIENE, M.3, and PUPIENIS, D.3, (1) Department of Quaternary Geology, Lithuanian Geological Survey, 35 S.Konarskio St, Vilnius, LT-03123, Lithuania, albertas.bitinas@lgt.lt, (2) Geology & Geophysics, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, MS#22, Woods Hole, MA 02543, (3) Faculty of Natural Sciences, Vilnius University, 21/27 Ciurlionio St, Vilnius, Lithuania
37-114:40 PM MORPHODYNAMICS AND SEDIMENT SOURCES AND SINKS ALONG THE VIRGINIA BARRIER ISLANDS: FENSTER, Michael S., Environmental Studies, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, VA 23005, mfenster@rmc.edu and DOLAN, Robert, Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia, Clark Hall, Charlottesville, VA 22904

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