Wooster Students Close the GSA Meeting with Poster Presentations in Two Interdisciplinary Sessions

October 25th, 2009

Kelly Aughenbaugh presented the results of he study in a session on Archaeological Geology with a presentation entitled "Tree-Ring Dating of Historical Structures in Western Pennsylvania and Ohio"

Kelly Aughenbaugh presented the results of her study in a session on Archaeological Geology with a presentation entitled "Tree-Ring Dating of Historical Structures in Ohio and Western Pennsylvania"

Stephanie Jarvis presented her summer research in an interdiscipilnary session entitled What Does Biology Have to Do With It? Biota in Weathering, Nutrient Cycling, Mineral Surface Interactions, and Mineral Precipitation. Her poster title and research subject is "Quantifying Nitrogen Cycling on Surface Mined Lands Using D15N Abundances and Fungal Relationships:An Exploratory Study".

Stephanie Jarvis presented her summer research in an interdisciplinary session entitled: What Does Biology Have to Do With It? Biota in Weathering, Nutrient Cycling, Mineral Surface Interactions, and Mineral Precipitation. Her poster title was "Quantifying Nitrogen Cycling on Surface Mined Lands Using D15N Abundances and Fungal Relationships:An Exploratory Study".

3 Responses to “Wooster Students Close the GSA Meeting with Poster Presentations in Two Interdisciplinary Sessions”

  1. Mark Wilsonon 25 Oct 2009 at 4:35 pm

    Those posters look great … and Kelly and Stephanie are the very models of cheerful competence! Well done, Wooster geologists.

  2. [...] I registered for the meeting this afternoon the person helping me at the GSA counter was our own Stephanie Jarvis (‘11). As I was leaving the Convention Center I then ran into a happy group of other Wooster [...]

  3. [...] is a veteran of undergraduate research and of contributing at GSA. Last year she presented a poster at the National Meeting in Portland Oregon on a REU project she participated in during the summer [...]

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