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Department of Geology and Geophysics|College of Arts & Sciences

2013 GSA National Meeting Talks 

Paul Heller

FLEXURAL MODELING OF LARAMIDE BASINS IN WYOMING: A TEST OF PALEOALTIMETRIC AND RIGIDITY ESTIMATES  

First Author: Wang, Shidi

Erin Campbell-stone

DETRITAL ZIRCON PROVENANCE AND PALEOGEOGRAPHIC TRENDS FOR PENNSYLVANIAN AND TRIASSIC SEDIMENTARY ROCKS IN SOUTHWESTERN WYOMING AND NORTHERN UTAH-COLORADO

First Author: Mahon, R.

Mark Clementz

COMPARATIVE ECOLOGIES OF MIDDLE EOCENE MAMMALS INFERRED FROM STABLE ISOTOPES

First Author: Taylor, B.

MICROWEAR ANALYSIS OF UNGULATES FROM THE ASHFALL FOSSIL BEDS: EFFECTS OF VOLCANIC ASH ON MICROWEAR

Ken Dueker

MANTLE DRIVEN UPLIFT OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN/ COLORADO PLATEAU REGION, ITS SURFACE MANIFESTATIONS, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR MANTLE PROCESSES

FIRST AUTHOR:  Karlstrom, K.

SEISMIC TOMOGRAPHY OF THE COLORADO ROCKY MOUNTAINS UPPER MANTLE FROM CREST: LITHOSPHERE - ASTHENOSPHERE INTERACTIONS AND MANTLE SUPPORT OF TOPOGRAPHY

FIRST AUTHOR:  Aster, R. 

LITHOSPHERIC STRUCTURE OF THE COLORADO ROCKY MOUNTAINS: IMPLICATIONS FOR TOPOGRAPHIC SUPPORT AND CENOZOIC EVOLUTION

FIRST AUTHOR:  Hansen, S.

Carol Frost

GEOCHEMICAL EVOLUTION OF DEEP, SALINE BRINES FROM PALEOZOIC RESERVOIRS IN SOUTHWEST, WYOMING; IMPLICATIONS FOR POTENTIAL CO2 SEQUESTRATION 

 FIRST AUTHOR:  McLaughlin, F.

GEOCHEMICAL CLASSIFICATION OF HIGH-SILICA GRANITES (LEUCOGRANITES)

FIRST AUTHOR:  Frost, C.

RATTLESNAKE HILLS AND BEAR LODGE MOUNTAINS CARBONATITE-ALKALIC IGNEOUS COMPLEXES, WYOMING: REE'S AND OTHER TRACE-ELEMENT GEOCHEMISTRY

FIRST AUTHOR:  Duke, G.

Ron Frost

MESOPROTEROZOIC FERROAN MAGMATISM IN THE SOUTHWESTERN USA

FIRST AUTHOR:  Frost, R.

Steve Holbrook

A CROSS-DISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO FIELD CAMP: INTEGRATING GEOPHYSICS, HYDROLOGY, AND ECOLOGY IN MOUNTAIN SYSTEMS 

FIRST AUTHOR:  Jordan, H.

PRELIMINARY AIRBORNE ELECTROMAGNETIC RESULTS FROM THE SNOWY RANGE AND LARAMIE RANGE, WY  

FIRST AUTHOR:  Armstrong, R.

GEOPHYSICAL INVESTIGATION OF VARIABILITY IN GRANITE WEATHERING THICKNESS, LARAMIE RANGE, WYOMING

FIRST AUTHOR:  Flinchum, B.

Barbara John

COLORADO RIVER STRATIGRAPHY, THE COLORADO RIVER EXTENSIONAL CORRIDOR, AND RECONSTRUCTED CRETACEOUS PLUTONS IN TOPOCK GORGE, ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA   

FIRST AUTHOR:  Howard, K.

John Kaszuba

CARBON DIOXIDE-WATER-ROCK INTERACTIONS IN GRANITE-HOSTED GEOTHERMAL SYSTEMS:  EXPERIMENTAL INSIGHTS INTO THE INFLUENCE OF SELECT ALTERATION MINERALS

FIRST AUTHOR:  Martin, J.

EVALUATION OF FLUID-ROCK INTERACTION BETWEEN HYDRAULIC FRACTURING FLUIDS AND UNCONVENTIONAL RESERVOIRS OF THE POWDER RIVER BASIN, WYOMING

FIRST AUTHOR:  Herz-Thyhsen, R.

Robert Mahon

EDMAP GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE SADDLE PEAK HILLS 7.5' QUADRANGLE, DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK, SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

Brandon McElroy

EARTH IS (MOSTLY) FLAT: APPORTIONMENT OF THE RATES OF CONTINENTAL MASS REMOVAL OVER MILLENNIAL TIME SCALES. A REAPPRAISAL

FIRST AUTHOR:  Willenbring. J.

ASSESSING SEDIMENT AND ORGANIC CARBON ACCUMULATION IN SEMINOE RESERVOIR, WYOMING

FIRST AUTHOR:  Logan, L.

James Myers

GIS TOOLS FOR CATALOGING OIL AND GAS WELLS USING ARCMAP AND GOOGLE EARTH KML

FIRST AUTHOR:  Myers, J.

Clifford Riebe

STRONG LITHOLOGIC CONTROL ON MOUNTAIN ECOSYSTEM PRODUCTIVITY AND LANDSCAPE EVOLUTION

FIRST AUTHOR:  Hahm, J.

CLIMATE AND TOPOGRAPHY CONTROL THE SIZE AND FLUX OF SEDIMENT PRODUCED ON STEEP MOUNTAIN SLOPES

FIRST AUTHOR:  Riebe, C.

Bryan Shuman

LIPID BIOMARKER RECORDS OF ECOHYDROLOGICAL RESPONSE TO GLOBAL CHANGE: VARIATION IN THE ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION OF N-ALKANES IN PLANTS EXPOSED ELEVATED CO2 AND WARMING

FIRST AUTHOR:  Williams, D.

A COMPARISON OF N-ALKANE AND N-ACID ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION IN PLANTS, SOILS, AND LAKE SEDIMENT FROM THE BIG HORN MOUNTAINS IN WYOMING  

FIRST AUTHOR:  Sora, K.

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