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Special Sessions
Sponsored by the Geomorphology Specialty Group
Association of American Geographers 103rd Annual Meeting
San Francisco, California, April 17-21.

Climate Reconstructions: From Land to Sea (Session I)

Paper Session 4451
Friday, 4/20/07, from 2:00 PM - 3:40 PM

Sponsorship(s):

Biogeography Specialty Group
Climate Specialty Group
Geomorphology Specialty Group

Organizer(s):

Michelle Goman - Cornell University
Catherine Helen Yansa - Michigan State University

Chair(s):

Michelle Goman - Cornell University

Abstract(s):

  • 2:00 PM Author(s):
    *Catherine Helen Yansa - Michigan State University
    Jennifer Nelson - Indiana University-Purdue University
    J. Elmo Rawling III - University of Wisconsin-Platteville
    Kathy Licht - Indiana University-Purdue University
    Aaron Young - University of Wisconsin-Platteville
    Abstract Title: Climate Changes in Southern Lower Michigan Over the Last 2000 Years: Differentiating Between "Lake Effect" and Regional Climate Patterns.


  • 2:20 PM Author(s):
    *Amy Hessl - West Virginia University
    Richard Stockton Maxwell - West Virginia University
    Ed Cook - Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University
    Brendan Buckley - Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University
    Abstract Title: Eastern Red Cedar (Juniperus virginiana): Millennial Length Tree Ring Records of the Mid-Atlantic Region?


  • 2:40 PM Author(s):
    *Chad S. Lane - University Of Tennessee
    Claudia I. Mora - University Of Tennessee
    Sally P. Horn - University Of Tennessee
    Kenneth H. Orvis - University Of Tennessee
    Abstract Title: Paleolimnological Evidence of Late-Holocene Precipitation Variability in the Dominican Republic and its Possible Impacts on Prehistoric Human Populations.


  • 3:00 PM Author(s):
    *Bryan A. Black - Hatfield Marine Science Center, Oregon State University
    George W. Boehlert - Hatfield Marine Science Center, Oregon State Univeristy
    Abstract Title: Rockfish, tree rings, and climate: marine-terrestrial linkages in the Pacific Northwest, USA.


  • 3:20 PM Discussant:
    Bryan Shuman - University of Minnesota - Minneapolis

Discussant:

Bryan Shuman - University of Minnesota - Minneapolis

Session Description: In these sessions the climate record is examined on a variety of timescales (i.e. historic to Pleistocene) and resolutions (i.e. annual to millennial), and through a variety of proxy (biologic and geomorphic) and instrumental analyses.

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