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Fellowship talks - Fall 2004

Graduate Student Talks

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
03 December 2004

The following students have fellowships during Fall 2004 and will present a short review of their research results for the Fall 2004 semester. Each talk will be followed by questions and discussion from both staff and students.

All are welcome to attend.

Student Title of Talk Fellowship Advisor
Trevor Aitken Tectonics and Stratigraphy of the Grenada and Tobago Basins Gale White Fellowship Mann
Danielle Bailey Ocean Drilling: Reading Into the Past, Present, and Future GK-12 Fellowship Ellins
Martin Hanzlik Ocean Drilling Vista; Leg 183, A Challenge to Uniformitarianism? GK-12 Fellowship Ellins/Mann
Sylvia Nordfjord Seismic Facies Analysis of Shallowly Buried Channels, New Jersey Continental Shelf: Understanding Late Quaternary Paleoenvironments During the Last Transgression Ewing Worzel Fellowship Austin/Goff
Jeri Rodgers The Great Mayan Drought: A GK-12 Activity Utilizing ODP Core 1002D GK-12 Fellowship Ellins
Joel Stevens Understanding Our Groundwater: Graphing and Mapping Spring Flow in the Barton Springs Segment of the Edwards Aquifer, Texas GK-12 Fellowship Ellins

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