XVI INQUA Congress
Session No. 60 Monday, July 28, 2003
1:30 PM-4:30 PM, Reno Hilton Resort and Conference Center: Pavilion

T19. Quaternary Paleolakes: Their Utility in Paleohydrologic, Paleoclimatic, Tectonic, and Biogeographic Studies (Posters)

Ken Adams and Marith Cady Reheis, Presiding
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60-188SEDIMENTOLOGY AND PHYSICOCHEMICAL LIMNOLOGY OF CRATER LAKES IN THE PALI AIKE VOLCANIC FIELD, SOUTHERN PATAGONIA (ARGENTINA): HABERZETTL, Torsten1, WILLE, Michael1, LÜCKE, Andreas2, MAYR, Christoph2, OHLENDORF, Christian1, SCHÄBITZ, Frank1, SCHLESER, Gerhard-H.2, and ZOLITSCHKA, Bernd1, (1) GEOPOLAR, Institute of Geography, Univ of Bremen, Celsiusstraße FVG-M, Bremen, 28359, Germany, habi@uni-bremen.de, (2) ICG V: Sedimentary Systems, Isotope Geochemistry and Palaeoclimate, Rsch Ctr Jülich, Jülich, 52425, Germany
60-289LATE HOLOCENE ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY OF SOUTHERNMOST PATAGONIA, ARGENTINA; POLLEN ANALYSES OF FIVE SEDIMENT CORES FROM VOLCANIC LAKES: WILLE, Michael1, HABERZETTL, Torsten1, LÜCKE, Andreas2, MAYR, Christoph2, OHLENDORF, Christian1, SCHÄBITZ, Frank1, SCHLESER, Gerhard-H.2, and ZOLITSCHKA, Bernd1, (1) GEOPOLAR, Institute of Geography, Univ of Bremen, Celsiusstraße FVG-M, Bremen, 28359, Germany, mwille@uni-bremen.de, (2) ICG V, Sedimentary Systems, Isotope Geochemistry and Palaeoclimate, Rsch Ctr Jülich, Jülich, D-52425, Germany
60-390THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE AND PRE-COLUMBIAN AGRICULTURE ON SOIL AND NUTRIENTS IN SOUTHWESTERN COSTA RICA: NEWKIRK, Derrick R1, FILIPPELLI, Gabriel2, SOUCH, Catherine3, LATIMER, Jennifer1, and HORN, Sally P4, (1) Geology, Indiana/Purdue Univ, Indianapolis, 723 W. Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202, drnewkir@iupui.edu, (2) Geology, Indiana Univ./Purdue Univ., Indianapolis, 723 W. Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202-5132, (3) Indiana Univ/Purdue Univ - Indianapolis, 723 W Michigan St, Indianapolis, IN 46202-5132, (4) Department of Geography, The Univ of Tennessee, 304 Burchfiel Geography Building, Knoxville, TN 37996-0925
60-491HOLOCENE LAKES AND LATE QUATERNARY CLIMATE VARIABILITY IN THE CHIHUAHUAN DESERT, MEXICO: CASTIGLIA, Peter J and FAWCETT, Peter J, Earth & Planetary Sciences, Univ of New Mexico, MSCO3-2040, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131, castiglia@alumni.union.edu
60-592LATE QUATERNARY PALEOHYDROLOGY OF A LINKED PLUVIAL-LAKE AND ANCESTRAL RIO GRANDE SYSTEM, PASO DEL NORTE REGION, SOUTHWESTERN USA AND NORTHERN MEXICO: KENNEDY, John and HAWLEY, John, N.M. Water Resources Research Institute, New Mexico State Univ, Box 30001, MSC 3167, Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001, jkennedy@nmsu.edu
60-693HYDROLOGIC MODEL CONSTRAINTS ON LATE PLEISTOCENE CLIMATE IN CENTRAL NEW MEXICO: MENKING, Kirsten M., Department of Geology and Geography, Vassar College, 124 Raymond Avenue, VC Box 59, Poughkeepsie, NY 12604-0059, kimenking@vassar.edu, ANDERSON, Roger Y., Univ New Mexico, 141 Northrop Hall, Albuquerque, NM 87131-1116, SHAFIKE, Nabil G., New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission, Office of State Engineer, 121 Tijeras NE, Suite 2000, Albuquerque, NM 87102, and SYED, Kamran H., Biological Sciences, Univ of Lethbridge, 4401 University Drive, Flanagan Lab, Lethbridge, AB T1K 3M4, Canada
60-794LATE PLEISTOCENE LAKES AND GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE, PANAMINT VALLEY, CALIFORNIA: JAYKO, A. S.1, FORESTER, R. M.2, KAUFMAN, D. S.3, BRIGHT, J.3, and MCGEEHIN, J. P.4, (1) Earth Surface Processes Team, U.S. Geol Survey, 3000 East Line St, Bishop, CA 93514, ajayko@usgs.gov, (2) U.S. Geol Survey, MS 980 USGS, Box 75046, Denver Federal Center, Denver, CO 80225, (3) Departments of Geology and Environmental Sciences, Northern Arizona Univ, Flagstaff, AZ 86011-4099, (4) U.S. Geol Survey, 12201 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston, VA 20192
60-895LATE PLEISTOCENE STRATIGRAPHY OF THE ANCESTRAL CHINA LAKE SEDIMENTS, INDIAN WELLS VALLEY, SOUTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA: COUCH, Robert F.1, KNAPP, Richard R.1, and STONER, Michael D.2, (1) Tetra Tech EM Inc, 6121 Indian School Road NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110, Bob.Couch@ttemi.com, (2) Environmental Project Office, Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake, CA 93555
60-996TIMING OF PLUVIAL LAKE-FILLING EVENTS IN THE WESTERN GREAT BASIN: REHEIS, Marith C., U.S. Geol Survey, MS-980, Federal Center, Box 25046, Denver, CO 80225, mreheis@usgs.gov, KURTH, Gabrielle E., Earth and Environmental Science Department, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, 801 Leroy Place, Socorro, NM 87801, REDWINE, Joanna, Department of Geology, Humboldt State Univ, Arcata, CA 95521, PHILLIPS, Fred M., Earth & Environmental Science, New Mexico Tech, 801 Leroy Place, Socorro, NM 87801, and PACES, James B., U.S. Geol Survey, MS 963, Box 25046, Denver Federal Center, Denver, CO 80225-0046
60-1097THE SOLUTE ECOTONE, A KEY TO PAST HYDROLOGY: SHARPE, Saxon E., Desert Rsch Institute, 2215 Raggio Pkwy, Reno, NV 89512-1095, ssharpe@dri.edu.
60-1198LAKE LEVELS AND SEDIMENTARY ENVIRONMENTS DURING DEPOSITION OF THE WONO AND TREGO HOT SPRINGS TEPHRAS IN THE LAKE LAHONTAN BASIN, NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA, USA: ADAMS, Kenneth D., Division of Earth and Ecosystem Sciences, Desert Rsch Institute, 2215 Raggio Parkway, Reno, NV 89512, kadams@dri.edu.
60-1299CAUSES OF HIGH LAKES STANDS IN THE GREAT BASIN DURING THE “PLUVIAL ÉPOQUE” AT 18 KYR BP: PALEOCLIMATIC EVIDENCE: DELUSINA, Irina and VEROSUB, Kenneth Lee, Geology Dept, Univ. of California, Davis, One Shields Ave, Davis, CA 95616, delusina@geology.ucdavis.edu
60-13100A HOLOCENE RECORD OF VEGETATION AND CLIMATE CHANGE FROM PYRAMID LAKE, NEVADA: MENSING, Scott A., Department of Geography, Univ of Nevada, Reno, 201 Mackay Science Hall, Reno, NV 89557, smensing@unr.edu, BENSON, Larry, US Geological Survey, 3215 Marine Street, Boulder, CO 80303, KASHGARIAN, Michaele, Center for Accelerator Mass Spectrometry, Lawrence Livermore National Lab, PO Box 808, Livermore, CA 94550, and LUND, Steve, Department of Earth Sciences, Univ of Southern California, 225 Science Hall, Los Angeles, CA 90089
60-14101DISTAL CORRELATION OF NEWBERRY VOLCANO TEPHRAS AND UPDATED TEPHRA STRATIGRAPHY FOR THE SUMMER LAKE SUB BASIN OF PLUVIAL LAKE CHEWAUCAN: KUEHN, Stephen C., Department of Physics, Physical Scienes, and Geology, California State Univ, Stanislaus, 801 W. Monte Vista Avenue, Turlock, CA 95382, kuehn@geology.csustan.edu and FOIT, Franklin F. Jr, Department of Geology, Washington State Univ, PO Box 642812, Pullman, WA 99164-2812
60-15102BIG LAKE RECORDS PRESERVED IN A LITTLE LAKE’S SEDIMENT: AN EXAMPLE FROM SILVER LAKE, MICHIGAN, USA: FISHER, Timothy G., Department of Geosciences, Indiana Univ NW, 3400 Broadway, Gary, IN 46408, tgfisher@iun.edu, LOOPE, Walter L., United States Geol Survey, Munising, MI 49862, JOL, Harry M., Department of Geography and Anthropology, Univ of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, 105 Garfield Avenue, Eau Claire, WI 54702-4004, and PIERCE, William C., School of Natural Resources and the Environment, Univ of Michigan, MI
60-16103WHITE SPRUCE PARKLAND IN THE NORTHERN GRASSLAND BIOME OF NORTH AMERICA DURING THE TERMINAL PLEISTOCENE: YANSA, Catherine H., Geography, Michigan State Univ, 125 Natural Science Building, East Lansing, MI 48824, pollen@msu.edu.
60-18105THE SHORELINE MORPHOLOGY OF THE QUATERNARY LAKE CHUJA-KURAY, ALTAI MOUNTAINS, SOUTH-CENTRAL SIBERIA: BORODAVKO, Pavel1, CARLING, Paul2, PARNACHOV, Sergei1, HERGET, Juergen3, CLARK, Chris4, and HUGGENBERGER, Peter5, (1) Department of Geology and Geography, Tomsk State Univ, 634050, Tomsk, Russia, bor@ggf.tsu.ru, (2) Department of Geography, Southampton University, Highfield, Southampton, SO17 1BJ, United Kingdom, P.A.Carling@soton.ac.uk, (3) Geographisches Institut, Universitaet Bonn, Meckenheimer Allee 166, D-53115, Bonn, Germany, (4) Department of Geography, Univ of Sheffield, Winter St, Sheffield, S10 2TN, United Kingdom, (5) Geologisch Palaeontogisches Institut, Universitaet Basel, Bernoullistr.16, Basel, CH-4056, Switzerland
60-19106LAKE EVOLUTION HISTORY AND CLIMATE CHANGE OVER THE PAST 230 KYRS FROM MAAR LAKE TIANYANG, TROPICAL SOUTH CHINA: SUI, Shuzhen1, LIU, Jiaqi1, LIU, Qiang1, WANG, Wenyuan2, and CHEN, Junren3, (1) Institute of Geology & Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.O.BOX 9825, Beijing, 100029, China, shuzhensui@yahoo.com, (2) Peking University, Beijing, 1000871, (3) Guangzhou Marine Geological Survey, Guangzhou, 510760
60-20107A RECONSTRUCTION OF LATE QUATERNARY PALEOHYDROLOGY OF THE LAKE EYRE BASIN, ARID CENTRAL AUSTRALIA USING GIS TECHNIQUES: DEVOGEL, Stephen, INSTAAR and Geological Sciences, Univ of Colorado, 1560 30th St, Boulder, CO 80303, Stephen.Devogel@colorado.edu, MAGEE, John, Department of Geology, The Faculties, The Australian National Univ, Canberra, 0200, Australia, MANLEY, William, INSTAAR, Univ of Colorado at Boulder, 450 UCB, Boulder, CO 80309-0450, and MILLER, Gifford, INSTAAR and Geological Sciences, Univ of Colorado, 1560 30th Street, Boulder, CO 80303
60-21108PALEOHYDROLOGY AND PALEOCLIMATES FROM LACUSTRINE ENVIRONMENTS OF THE DHAMAR HIGHLANDS, YEMEN: DAVIES, Caroline P., Univ Memphis, 107 Johnson Hall, Memphis, TN 38152-0001, cdavies@memphis.edu.
60-22109HYDROCLIMATOLOGY OF THE MIDDLE EAST DURING LONG-TERM DROUGHTS/WET EPISODES DETERMINED FROM HOLOCENE DEAD SEA LEVEL VARIATIONS: ENZEL, Yehouda1, KEN-TOR, Revital2, SHARON, David1, GVIRTZMAN, Haim1, DAYAN, Uri3, ZIV, Baruch4, and STEIN, Mordechai5, (1) Inst. Earth Sci, Hebrew Univ, Jerusalem, 91904, Israel, yenzel@vms.huji.ac.il, (2) Hebrew Univ and Geological Survey of Israel, Jerusalem, 91904, Israel, (3) Geography, Hebrew Univ, Jerusalem, 91905, Israel, (4) Open Univ of Israel, Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel, (5) Hebrew Univ and Geol Survey of Israel, Jerusalem, 91904, Israel
60-23110CLIMATIC CONDITIONS IN THE EEMIAN INTERGLACIAL RECORDED BY STABLE ISOTOPES FROM A NEUMARK-NORD LIMNIC SEDIMENT SEQUENCE (CENTRAL GERMANY): BOETTGER, Tatjana, Dept. of Isotope Hydrology, UFZ Centre for Environmental Rsch Leipzig-Halle, Th.-Lieser-Str. 4, Halle, 06120, Germany, boettger@halle.ufz.de, JUNGE, Frank W., Pollutants dynamics in fluvial catchment areas, Saxon Academy of Sciences in Leipzig, Karl-Tauchnitz-Str.1, Leipzig, 04107, Germany, and KREMENETSKI, Konstantin V., Dept. of Geography, Univ. of California, 1255 Bunche Hall, 405 Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1524
60-24111GEOHISTORY OF AN UPPER WEICHSELIAN OXBOW LAKE FROM HUNGARY (CENTRAL EUROPE): SÜMEGI, Pál1, GEIGER, János1, MAGYARI, Enikő2, GULYÁS, Sándor3, SZÁNTÓ, Zuzsanna4, and TÍMÁR, Gábor5, (1) Department of Geology and Paleontology, Univ of Szeged, Hungary, Egyetem u.2-6, Szeged, 6722, Hungary, sumegi@geo.u-szeged.hu, (2) Nat History Museum of Gyöngyös, Kossuth u. 40, Gyöngyös, 3200, Hungary, (3) Department of Geology and Paleontology, Univ of Szeged, Egyetem u.2-6, Szeged, 6722, Hungary, (4) Institute of Nuclear Research, Hungarian Academy of Sci, POB.51, Debrecen, 4001, Hungary, (5) Space Research Group, Dept. of Geophysics, ELTE Univ of Budapest, Pázmány Péter sétány 1/A, Budapest, 1117, Hungary
60-25112LATEST PLEISTOCENE AND HOLOCENE LAKE LEVEL FLUCTUATIONS, PYRAMID SUBBASIN OF LAKE LAHONTAN, NEVADA, USA: BRIGGS, Richard W., Center for Neotectonic Studies, Univ of Nevada, Reno, MS 169, University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, NV 89557, briggs@seismo.unr.edu and WESNOUSKY, Steven G., Center for Neotectonic Studies, Univ of Nevada, Reno, MS 169, Univ. of Nevada, Reno, Reno, NV 89557
60-26113AN EMPIRICAL MODEL OF SHORE-LEVEL DISPLACEMENT IN FENNOSCANDIA: PASSE, Tore, Geological Survey of Sweden, Guldhedsgatan 5A, Göteborg, S-413 20, Sweden, tore.passe@sgu.se and ANDERSSON, Leif, Geological Survey of Sweden, Kiliansgatan 10, Lund, S-223 50, leif.andersson@sgu.se

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