Geosciences Capstones 2022

Thursday, May 5th


1:45-2:00pm, Rosemary Ireson
Evolution of Debris Cover on Emmons Glacier, Mount Rainier, Washington
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2:00-2:15pm, Calie Rose
Plant Life on the Surface of Emmons Glacier, Mount Rainier WA
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2:15-2:30pm, Allison Sheflo
Sources of Supraglacial Debris on Emmons Glacier, Mount Rainier, WA
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2:30-2:45pm, Daniel Purcell
Modeling the Erosion Rate of Emmons Glacier, WA
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2:45-3:00pm, Greta Schwartz
Glacial Response to Heat Waves as Shown in Suspended Sediment Concentration of White River, WA
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3:00-3:15pm, Tess Ritcey
Comparing a Virtual Field Trip to a Traditional Field Trip
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3:15-3:30pm, Shanelle Gibson
Role of a Sediment Structure in Stabilizing a Mountain River After a Volcanic Eruption
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Thursday, May 12th


1:45-2:00pm, Christian Oakley
A Tectonic Synthesis of the Straight Creek / Fraser River Fault
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2:00-2:15pm, Josh Hansel
Analyzing the Snow Water Equivalent to Discharge Relationship Over Time in the Cascade Range, WA
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2:15-2:30pm, Mac Hiller
Structural Characteristics of the Blue River Carbonatites in the Northern Monashee and Cariboo Mountains; British Columbia, Canada
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2:30-2:45pm, Emily Vignolo
The Impact of Center Pivot Irrigation in the Snake River Plain Aquifer
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2:45-3:00pm, Kiersten Wilbur
The Puyallup River’s Response to Setback Levees
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3:00-3:15pm, Zoee Kooser
Landslide Risk Within Evacuation Areas After “The Big One” in Northern Aberdeen, Washington
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