Our group had a successful showing recently at the 2015 GSA Northeastern Section Meeting in Bretton Woods, NH!

Will Ouimet co-chaired a session “T12: Pleistocene to Anthropocene Landscape Evolution
in the Northeastern U.S.” with colleague Noah Snyder (Boston College), and students were involved in 4 talks:

  • Johnson, K., Ouimet, W. Raslan, Z., (2015), GEOSPATIAL AND LIDAR­BASED ANALYSIS OF 18TH TO EARLY 20TH CENTURY TIMBER HARVESTING AND CHARCOAL PRODUCTION IN SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND. Geological Society of America Northeastern Section Meeting. Breton Woods, NH
  • McCusker Hill, M. and Ouimet, W., (2015), SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF GULLY EROSION IN SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND. Geological Society of America Northeastern Section Meeting. Breton Woods, NH
  • Nicoulin, A. and Ouimet, W., (2015), BEDROCK KNICKPOINTS, RIVER TERRACES AND POST­GLACIAL INCISION IN SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND. Geological Society of America Northeastern Section Meeting. Breton Woods, NH
  • Wicherski, W., Dethier, D. and Ouimet, W. (2015). Geomorphic Effects of the September 2013 Flood in Fourmile Canyon, Colorado, Using Lidar and Field Studies. Geological Society of America Northeastern Section Meeting. Breton Woods, NH

…and one poster:

  • Belliveau, L. and Ouimet, W., (2015), SUSPENDED SEDIMENT LOADS IN THE TAIWAN STRAIT AND THE PHILIPPINE SEA IN RELATION TO TYPHOON ACTIVITY. Geological Society of America Northeastern Section Meeting. Breton Woods, NH

Great job everybody!