Geomorphology Brown Bag - Fall 2007
Friday 12-1PM in ALS 3006
How you spent your summer vacation

Welcome Back Everyone!

..and a hearty welcome to new students and faculty interested in geomorphology. Once again, fall quarter will be all about YOU! Tell us what you did over the summer. Bring our new students up to speed on how cool your research is, and get feedback from our brown bag veterans.

Contrary to popular belief, powerpoint is not mandatory to present your research. You can provide an article in advance for us to discuss that is relevant to your research. Or you can just talk. We can be good listeners.

email Sarah for more information, or visit http://lists.oregonstate.edu/mailman/listinfo/geomorph

Date Presenter Topic
Sep 28 2007

Steve Taylor, WOU

Spatial Analysis of Cinder Cone Distribution at Newberry Volcano, Oregon: Implications for Structural Control on Eruptive Process

Oct 5 2007

Stephen Lancaster

Sediment transit times in the Oregon Coast Range

Oct 12 2007

Jeff Phillipe

Mt Hood Glaciers

Oct 19 2007


Oct 26 2007

Gordon, Rose & Barbara

FSL 297 (west conference room)

Marmot Dam Removal: Re-mobilization of anthropogenic sediment deposits on the Sandy River, Oregon

Nov 2 2007

Andrew Meigs

Landscape disequilibrium on 1000–10,000 year scales Marsyandi River, Nepal, central Himalaya

PDF icon 2004_Pratt-Sitaulaetal.pdf
Nov 9 2007

Barbara Burkholder

Influence of hyporheic flow and geomorphology on temperature in a large gravel bed river, Clackamas River, Oregon, USA

Nov 16 2007

Jay Noller

Alexis Navarre-Sitchler & Susan Brantley. 2007. Basalt weathering across scales. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 261:321–334

PDF icon 2007_Navarre-Stitchler&Brantley.pdf
Nov 23 2007



Nov 30 2007

Terry Frueh / Beth Copeland

Thesis research proposals