General Geomorphology Poster Session

Type: Poster
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Sponsor Groups: Geomorphology Specialty Group
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Day: 4/5/2019
Start / End Time: 8:00 AM / 9:40 AM
Room: Lincoln 2, Marriott, Exhibition Level
Organizers: Jennifer Burnham, J. Michael Daniels
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Description

The field of geomorphology is vast, exciting, and ever changing. Come share your geomorphology research with the AAG community in this poster session. All branches of geomorphology are encouraged to submit abstracts to this session. Undergraduate research submissions to the Geomorphology Specialty Group poster competition will be included in this session.


Agenda

ID Title Participant
0048 34 Years of Publishing in Geomorphology Scott Lecce
East Carolina University
0049 Revisiting the post-glacial landscape evolution of the Minnesota River valley: Preliminary Results Melissa Swanson
Minnesota State University
0050 Arroyo Morphology in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument Michael Applegarth
Shippensburg University
0051 Urban riparian regolith characteristics in a southern Piedmont watershed Dan Royall
UNC-Greensboro
0052 Determining flow conditions for the activation of subchannels in an anastomosing river or Texas Dion Webster
0053 Detecting localized variations in three-dimensional flow structure using the Velocity Mapping Toolbox and ADCP technology Yair Torres
0054 Longitudinal and Lateral Gradients of Soil Hydraulic Conductivity in a Coastal Lowland Watershed Courtney Guidry
Texas A&M
0055 Field-based data loggers for monitoring inundation intermittency and floodplain connectivity on small urban streams Emma Leppard
Undergraduate Texas A&M - COLLEGE STATION, TX
0056 Coupled topographic and vegetation interactions in three mountain environments: A conceptual framework for predicting future pattern/process dynamics Lynn Resler
Virginia Tech
057 Geomorphic Assessment of a Coastal Montane River in Southwest Jamaica Mark Bowen
Minnesota State University, Mankato
058 How accurate a topography can be reconstructed using unmanned aircraft system and structure from motion? Yingkui Li
University of Tennessee
059 Mapping Post-Glacial Terraces in the Lower Cannon River Valley, southeastern Minnesota: Geomorphic and Archaeological Significance Adria Slade
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
060 Morphological characteristics of an alpine highly-sinuous meandering river in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, China Xiwei Guo
Syracuse University
061 Sand Stringers in southeastern Minnesota and west-central Wisconsin: A Progress Report Garry Running
University Of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
062 Rock Glacier Development and Evolution in Colorado Brandon Bailey
063 Influence of Environmental Factors on Hurricane Harvey Tree Blowdowns in a Coastal Floodplain Christy Attaway
064 Developing a framework for structured sensitivity analysis of biophysical factors in a long-term meander evolution model Billy Hales
Texas A&M University
065 Comparison of geomorphometric approaches for extracting channel dimensions of meandering rivers Andrew Vanderheiden
066 Analyzing Flood Inundation Patterns of a Coastal River in Texas using Landsat Data Mengqu Han
Texas A&M University
067 Examining Ancient Coastlines and Archeological Features at Tel Akko, Israel: Using 3D ground penetrating radar imaging Logan Bergevin
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
068 Calculating Bank Erosion via Structure From Motion in Lilly Branch Watershed, GA Robert Sorrells
Graduate Teaching Assistant University of Georgia
069 Geomorphologic effects of agricultural landscape change in central Europe during the high Medieval era J. Michael Daniels
University of Denver
070 Coupled Mapping and Modeling Approach to Quantify Historical Sediment Fluxes at Sandy Hook, New Jersey Daniel Ciarletta
Montclair State University
071 Natural levee morphology of islands along the engineered Lower Mississippi River: A spatial-temporal comparison Paul Hudson
Leiden University
072 The demographics of stream restoration locations Josh Galster
Montclair State University
073 The Historic Land Use Initiative (HILI): Mapping and investigating the extent and legacy of 300+ years of land use changes in the northeast US following European settlement William Ouimet
University of Connecticut
074 Towards the Development of a New Erosivity Equation Amobichukwu Amanambu
University of Ibadan
075 Using the Global Ensemble Forecast System (GEFS) Reanalysis to Map Pathways of Sand Transport in the Rub' al Khali Kevin Mulligan
Associate Professor Texas Tech University
076 Changes in sediment characteristics in step-pool streams after wildfire Hannah Gnoza
University of Colorado Denver
077 Geomorphic impacts of coarse woody debris within a recently burned mountainous hillslope Kailey Adams
Montana State University
078 Integrating natural approaches in river restoration: experiments of co-evolving physical and biological organization in Wildcat Creek, California Anne Chin
University of Colorado Denver
079 Integration of Satellite and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Imagery to Assess Geomorphological Response to Hurricane Florence on Northern Masonboro Island, NC Kat Tregaskis
University of North Carolina - Wilmington
080 Bank erosion assessment using historical aerial photography and LiDAR in a Missouri Ozarks watershed Kayla Coonen
Ozarks Environmental and Water Resources Institute
081 A regional synthesis of fluvial activity in major river basins of the eastern U.S. during the Holocene Rachel Lombardi
University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa, AL
082 Frost Heaving in the Alpine Ecotone: Observations from Two Mountain Environments Carol Sawyer
University of South Alabama
083 Analysis of the Stability of Sandstone Blocks in the Boston Mountains Paul Vincent
Valdosta State University
084 Mapping the Extent of Inundation Events in Floodplains for the Middle Mississippi River Watershed using a Hydraulic Model in Geographic Information System Ali Alruzuq
085 International Journal of Geoheritage and Parks Dongying Wei

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