1 minute slides poster session 2005

1 minute slides poster session 2005

2005 Senior Thesis Poster Session Environmental Science BC Earth & Environmental Science DEES Ecology, Evolution & Environmental Biology E3B Earth & Environmental Engineering DEEE

Tuesday, April 19 2005 4:30-7 pm James Room 4th floor Barnard Hall intro 4:305:00 pm 1 minute Presentations

5:00-7:00 pm Poster Presentations & Reception boretsky Carr

Conuegra Di Lorenzo Freedman

Hannon Designing a Sustainable Water System for Manhattanville Dawn Henning, EAEE Lall

Advisor: Prof. Upmanu Goal: To design a complete water system that uses only naturally occurring water at the site, and takes advantage of economies of scale offered by a site vs a single building

System Collection Rooftop Storage

Stormwater Filtration Treatment

Distribution Disinfection Gravity

Chlorine UV Pumps

Kamrath The role of the Grand Banks in the Younger Dryas: Neodymium as a tracer for Sediment-Laden Sea-ice along the Arctic Front Dan Knappmiller, DEES Mentors: Stephanie Pfirman, BC

Sidney Hemming, SUNY Stony Brook Advisor: Martin Stute, BC Due to its location at the southwest corner of the Arctic Front during the Younger Dryas cooling event (12.7-10.0 kiloyears before present), the Grand Banks may have contributed to the southerly extension of North Atlantic sea-ice and the Arctic Front during the

Younger Dryas. Figure 10: Grand Banks submergence during Younger Dryas. Maximum sediment entrainment would have occurred during the YD due to large area with depth of 0-35 meters below sea level (marked by vertical lines on figure).

Figure 7: North Atlantic Ocean with approximated Arctic front and the location of our downstream core (LDEO Deep-Sea Sample Repository). The Arctic Front has been estimated based upon previous studies (e.g. Ruddiman and McIntyre, 1981; Rosell-Mele et al., 1998; Renssen and Vandenberghe

2003; de Vernal et al., 2000a; Broecker et al., 1988). We were interested in tracing (with neodymium) Grand Banks sediment entrained in sea-ice during the Younger Dryas across the North Atlantic along the Arctic Front. Could be used in future to define southern extent of Arctic

Front during Younger Dryas and show influence of Grand Banks. Konecky Lee

Lewis Moffitt Montacute

Building Renovations for Improved Energy Conservation Greg OKeeffe, Earth & Environmental Engineering

Most energy loss in buildings occurs through windows A number of upgrade options exist Double glazing glass

Thermal shutters Thermal shades What combination of these alternatives is best?

Sarna Schieferstein Simpson

Sorice Staver Weiss

Zimmern-Kahan 2005 Senior Thesis Poster Session Thanks!

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