Geology Student Presentations at American Geophysical Union Mtg.
American Geophysical Union Meeting – San Francisco, CA – HSU Geology Student and Faculty presentations, December 9 thru December 13:
Casey Loofbourrow, Eileen Hemphill-Haley – “Diatoms in Historical Tsunami Deposits, Northern California, USA”
Sylvia Nicovich, Mark Hemphill-Haley – “Tectonic Transition Between the Southern Extent of the Cascadia Subduction Zone and the Northernmost San Andreas Fault System near Root Creek, Northern California”
Erin Quinn, Brandon Schwab, et. al. – “Pre-eruptive storage conditions and continuous decompression relations of rhyodacite magma erupted from Chaos Crags, Lassen Volcanic Center, California”
Michelle Robinson, Eileen Hemphill-Haley – “Sedimentological and Mineralogical Evaluation of Sand Deposits in Crescent City, California, to Estimate their Mode of Deposition: Paleotsunami or Storm”
Claudia J. Velasco Campos, Lori Dengler – “A GIS Representation of 1964 Tsunami Damage in Crescent City, California”
Jessica Vermeer, Mark Hemphill-Haley – “Geomorphic LiDAR Mapping of Latest Pleistocene Deposits and the Western Extent of the Fickle Hill Fault, Arcata, Northern California”
Congratulations all….great work!