Earth Science and Geography Department
Investigating Controls on Hudson River Foraminifera Assemblages: An Analysis of Sediment Biogeochemistry
Investigating potential barium sources at Mormon Mesa, Nevada: an integrated geochemical-geomorphological study
Landscape Consequences of Pennsylvanian Natural Gas Development: Fragmentation effects of unconventional gas development upon the future of Pennsylvania's old growth forests.
Pennsylvania's forests share a long and deep history that has been affected throughout the years by a number of external factors. The most recent threat to forest health is the development of unconventional shale gas production from the Marcellus Shale...
Lived Extractive Experiences and the Creation of Sacrifice Zones in Rural Communities
Manual and landmark-based morphometric comparison of two populations of Campeloma, sp. across the K-Pg boundary
Understanding how species survive mass extinction events allows scientists to more fully explore the effects of major biotic change in the fossil record. The Cretaceous-Paleogene (K- Pg) extinction 65.5 Ma was one of the largest extinction events in Earth's history...
New Urbanisms In Celebration, Florida And Greenwich Village, New York: Theory And Praxis Of Resolution
Our Dam, Our Water: Re-imagining Egyptian and Ethiopian Relationships with the Blue Nile in the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Conflict
Pleistocene foraminifera assemblages as a proxy for temperature in the Weddell Sea, ODP Site 693A
Climate conditions in the Weddell Sea during the Pleistocene can be inferred by examining the abundance of foraminifer species and mineral fragments in ocean sediment cores. In particular, Neogloboquadrina incompta is a useful temperature proxy, and the abundance of terrigenous...
Re-pathologizing queerness: The digitization of lesbian space and the production of respectability within lesbian dating App, "Her"
Reflection, Reproduction, and Challenging at the Brooklyn Zen Center: Complexifying Cultural Capital, Gentrification, the Mindfulness Movement, and Scale
This project analyzes the Brooklyn Zen Center as a case study in order to complexify our understandings of cultural capital, gentrification, the modern American mindfulness movement, and geographic scale. Through an analysis focused at the local scale, we see how...
Silenced frequencies: dance music and the transformation of entertainment spaces in SoMa, San Francisco
Sowing seeds of resistance
Striking back: combating predatory equity and promoting affordable housing in New York City
The impact of climate change on stream flow and watershed hydrology determined using the SWAT model in the Eastern Sierra Nevada Watershed, California
The impact of environmental regulations on the West Virginia coal economy: assessing the "coal means jobs" mantra and the prospect of deregulation
The Poughkeepsie Farmers Market: Whiteness and the Logic of Food Access
The Poughkeepsie Farmers Market was the epitome of the Poughkeepsie Farm Project's mission to create a "just and sustainable food system in the Hudson Valley." While farm itself had been operating for many years prior to the program, it had...