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2006 Spotlight on Student Research & Outreach

April 19th, 2006, Moon Library

Table of Contents

Chemistry

  • (26)  Can target toxin producing genes and microcystin toxins be detected in gluteraldehyde preserved samples of Microcystis aeruginosa?
    Justin Fischedick, Dr. Gregory Boyer
  • (27)  Changes in phytoplankton biomass and composition in the central basin of Lake Erie using fatty acid analysis
    Sarah Fitzpatrick, Mark Teece, Christopher Tarolli
  • (39)  Microcystin Production in Lake Ontario
    Amber Hotto, Mike Satchwell, Dr. Greg Boyer
  • (43)  Development of a flow through fluorometric system for the detection of phycocyanin in the lower Great Lakes
    Elizabeth Konopko, Dr. Gregory Boyer
  • (45)  Computational study of the reaction between Acetylperoxy and Hydroperoxy radicals.
    Alyson Lanciki, Dr. Theodore Dibble
  • (59)  Flow-through systems for the detection of cyanobacteria
    Margaret Pavlac, Dr. Gregory Boyer
  • (62)  Clustering in mixtures of rigid and flexible polymers
    Darya Prokhorova, Dr. Avik Chatterjee
  • (60)  Total synthesis of Spiculoic Acid A
    Atahualpa Pinto, Christopher Boddy
  • (66)  Chemotaxonomic analysis of the genus Euphorbia
    Timothy Schroeder
  • (74)  Effects of microcystins, a cyanobacterial toxin, on burrowing mayfly (Hexagenia) suvival and hatching success
    Juliette Smith, Dr. Greg Boyer, Dr. Kim Schulz
  • (75)  Effects of zooplankton fatty acid content on interpretation of stable carbon isotope food web diagrams of lake ecosystems
    Peter Smyntek
  • (59)  Flow-through systems for the detection of cyanobacteria
    Margaret Pavlac, Dr. Gregory Boyer

Environmental and Forest Biology

  • (3)  Use of historical documents to explore the fire history of Quinault tribal land in Washington
    Kimberly Babcock, Daniela Shebitz, Dr. Robin Kimmerer
  • (4)  Evidence of fire history on potential beargrass restoration sites on Quinault tribal land in Washington
    Kimberly Babcock, Daniela Shebitz, Dr. Robin Kimmerer
  • (7)  Designing decentralized small-scale bioenergy systems based on short rotation coppice for rural poverty alleviation
    Thomas Buchholz, Dr. Timothy Volk
  • (8)  Influence of Forest Floor Moss Cover on Mycorrhizal Abundance in Douglas-fir Forests of the Central-Western Oregon Cascades
    Jed Cappellazzi, Bruce Caldwell,  Dr. Thomas Horton,  Dr. Robin Kimmerer, Dr. Greg McGee
  • (10)  Enriching Regional Science Education Through Public Service
    Joshua Conway, Dr. Andy Saunders
  • (12)  Fish, Periphyton and What They Tell Us About the Condition of Onondaga Creek
    Virginia Collins, Catherine Landis, Y Muzimi, Cheryl Whritenour, C. Willson, E Menvielle, Dr. Karin Limburg
  • (14) Canker size in transgenic poplar trees containing an anti-microbial pesticide
    Jennifer Deuel, Dr. Charles Maynard, Dr. William Powell
  • (19)  Development and Maintenance of Diversity in Lake Ontario Coastal Wetlands
    Matt Distler, Dr. Donald Leopold
  • (21)  Comparing vegetation patterns along hiking trails at Clark Reservation State Park
    Raina Dominguez, Dr. Donald Leopold
  • (22)  A unique opportunity for quantifying chemical changes in an Adirondack soil over 15 years
    Matthew Domser Gretchen Miles, Charles Driscoll, Patrick McHale, David Lyons, Joyce Green, Dr. Myron Mitchell
  • (24)  Linking ecosystem restoration theory to practice at a 600 hectare superfund subsite in Solvay, NY
    Tony Eallonardo, Dr. Donald Leopold
  • (28)  Science trails: connecting classrooms to nature
    Stephen Fox, Emily Debolt,  D. Andrew Saunders
  • (31)  Life in Oakwood Cemetery: A study of gliding bacteria (Myxobacteriaceae) on the bark of living trees
    Lauren Goldmann, Dr. Alexander Weir
  • (34)  Efficiency of the Philippine Economy
    Maria Aileen Leah G. Guzman, Dr. Charles Hall
  • (38)  Effects of ammonium nitrate and dolomitic lime additions on understory vegetation growth and nutrient content in the Catskill Mountains, NY
    Laura A. Heath, Anthony S. Eallonardo Jr. and Dr. Donald Leopold
  • (42)  Transformation of American Elm with a plant defensin gene from Norway Spruce for increased resistance to Dutch Elm Disease
    Nicholas Kaczmar
  • (44)  Testing the Effects of Soil Microbes on Nutrient Uptake in Red Pine (Pinus resinosa) Planted in Solvay Waste Soils.
    Kali Lader, Tony  Eallonardo, D. Muska, Dr. Tom Horton, Dr. Don Leopold
  • (48)  Methodological considerations for capturing seed species richness at centimeter and meter scales from peat cores at South Sandy Pond, NY
    Aaron Marcus, Matthew Distler, Dr. Donald Leopold
  • (51)  Soil drainage class effects longevity and species composition of trees
    Scott Means
  • (52)  Willows Irrigated with Different Concentrations of Solvay Stormwater:
    Jaconette Mirck, Dr. Timothy Volk
  • (54)  Nitrate, Soil Calcium, and Litter Quality: Where to Start?" for the Spotlight on Student Research and Outreach
    Blair Page, Dr. Myron Mitchell
  • (55)  Assessing Arbuscular Mycorrhizae and Soil Characteristics in Natural and Restored Wetlands of Central New York
    Erin Page, Dr. Thomas Horton, Dr. Richard Smardon, Dr. Russell Briggs
  • (56)  Understanding the Impact of Forest Cover on Water Quality in the Catskill-Delaware Watersheds
    Prajjwal Panday, Dr. Charles Hall, Dr. Myrna Hall
  • (61)  Modeling soil erosion in Skaneateles Lake Watershed: Application of Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE) in GIS.
    Soni Pradhanang, Dr. Lee Herrington, Dr. Russell Briggs
  • (63)  Diversity and distribution pattern of bryophytes and vascular plants in two rich fens of the Fall Creek Watershed, NY
    Stephen Reynolds, Jennifer Gillrich, Dr. Robin Kimmerer, Dr. Donald Leopold
  • (64)  Influence of Species Composition on Groundwater Solute Concentrations in a Coastal Medium Fen
    Chuck Schirmer, Dr. Donald Leopold
  • (65)  Assessing BMP Effectiveness on the Skaneateles Lake Watershed
    Christian Schmidt, Dr. Russell Briggs, Dr. Chuck Kroll
  • (70)  Bridging the energy gap: Blueback herring (Alosa aestivalis) feeding during their spawning run in the Hudson and Mohawk Rivers
    Paul Simonin, Leonard Machut, Dr. Karin Limburg
  • (78)  Characterization of a guard-cell-associated (CGA7) enhancer trap line of Arabidopsis thaliana
    Laura Wayne, William Moskal, Dr. Lawrence Smart
  • (79)  The macroinvertebrate communities of two headwater streams in forests of different composition.
    James Willacker, Betsy Colburn, Bill Sobczak,  Dr. Neil Ringler
  • (80)  Soil-landscape influences on nitrogen cycling in cropland and riparian buffers.
    Eric Young, Dr. Russell Briggs
  • (81)  SUNY-ESF international education and service learning at the Archbold Center in Dominica, W.I.
    Megan Scott, Mary Gifford, Dr. Donald Stewart, Dr. Allen Drew
  • (5)  Effects of timber harvest on Dicamtodon tenebrosis larvae in streams of Northern coastal California
    Michael Best and Lowell Diller
  • (15)  Correlations between Water Level and Tree Growth in the Fens of Eastern Lake Ontario
    Rocco Anthony Devito
  • (16)  Jellyfish
    Deb Diehl
  • (17)  Bird-nest Ferns and Buttresses
    Amanda Dillon, Scott Maron
  • (18)  Crimson Rosellas
    Amanda Dillon, Scott Maron, Angela Tringali, Debbie Visco
  • (74)  Effects of microcystins, a cyanobacterial toxin, on burrowing mayfly (Hexagenia) suvival and hatching success
    Juliette Smith, Dr. Greg Boyer, Dr. Kim Schulz
  • (76)  The effect of vegetation type on bird call volume

    Deb Visco
  • (69)  Relating habitat structure, thermal quality and massasauga habitat use in Central New York: implications for management
    Kevin Shoemaker, Kevin Johnson, Dr. James Gibbs

Environmental Studies

  • (37)  Physical Symbolism of Power, Neighborhood Revitalization, and Historic Disempowerment in the Urban Environment: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Meghan Hazer, Dr. Kishi Animashaun, Dr. Emmanuel Carter, Dr. Myrna Hall
  • (50)  Innovative management structures for onsite wastewater treatment
    Robert P. McAfee Dr. Sharon Moran , Dr. Robert Malmsheimer
  • (55)  Assessing Arbuscular Mycorrhizae and Soil Characteristics in Natural and Restored Wetlands of Central New York
    Erin Page, Dr. Thomas Horton, Dr. Richard Smardon, Dr. Russell Briggs
  • (58)  From Take-Out Culture to Dioxin Risks: Who Should Take Responsibility?
    Seohyun Park and Dr. Brenda Nordenstam
  • (30)  Connecting the Dots; Syracuse’s energy use and GHG emissions
    Peter King, Nate Gagnon, Trang Tron, Frank Moses, Imran Khalid, Dr. Allan Drew,  Dr. Richard Smardon
  • (33)  Taking Account of Regional Climate Change Projections in Great Lakes Policy Deliberations with Long-Term Implications? A Pilot Study and Research Program
    Maria Aileen Leah G. Guzman, Harry Lambright, Hank Mullins, Steve Brechin, Dr. Jack Manno
  • (40)  Supersaturation of dissolved nitrogen gas in the hypolimnion in Onondaga Lake
    Craig Allen Hurteau
  • (41)  onservation NGOs- friend or foe? The World Wildlife Fund- an exploration of indigenous issues in Brazil
    Ana Jamboric
  • (68)  Randomized controlled trial presentations at SAEM 2005:A downward trend?
    Ariel Shippee, William D Grant
  • (73)  Recommended Urban Forest Mixtures to Optimize Selected Environmental Benefits
    John Domm, Eric Ripley, Janet Tordesillas, Richard Greene, Dr. Allan Drew, Dr. Richard Smardon

Environmental Resources and Forest Engineering

  • (6)  Model efficiency for determining water movement through the Solvay wastebeds in Syracuse, NY
    Dan Brown, Dr. Douglas Daley
  • (30)  Connecting the dots:  Syracuse’s energy use and GHG emissions
    Peter King, Nate Gagnon, Trang Tron, Frank Moses, Imran Khalid, Dr. Allan Drew, Dr. Richard Smardon
  • (35)  A Methane Cycle on Titan?
    Adam Effler, Marilyn Markwie, Sowmya Venkatsubramania, Dr. James Hassett
  • (65)  Assessing BMP Effectiveness on the Skaneateles Lake Watershed
    Christian Schmidt, Dr. Russell Briggs, Dr. Chuck Kroll
  • (67)  An integrated approach to brownfield site characterization of Hunt’s Point, Bronx, NY through the use of GIS and Sanborn Fire Insurance maps
    Megan Scott, Suzanne Greiner, Gregory Liberman, Dr. Douglas Daley, Dr. Preston Gilbert
  • (23)  Combining Multispectral Imagery with Ecological Descriptors to Locate Eastern Hemlock in the Catskill Mountain Region, New York
    Jarrod Doucette
  • (71)  The Saturated Permeability of Composite Pulp Fiber and Filler Mats
    Ramesh Singh
  • (72)  Three Dimensional (3D) Model of Fiber Network of Paper.
    Sharad Singh

Forest and Natural Resource Management

  • (2)  Sawmill wood procurement in the Northern Forest: Economies of scale and forestland parcelization
    Nate Anderson, Dr. Rene Germain, Dr. Eddie Bevilacqua
  • (9)  The Effects of Parcelization on Private Forestland in the Catskill and Delaware Watersheds
    Jennifer Caron, Nate Anderson, Dr. Rene Germain
  • (13)  Determining appropriate sampling intensity for tree-ring studies based on intra- and inter-tree variation in ring-width correlations for Pinus resinosa and Picea abies
    Nan Davis, Dr. Eddie Bevilacqua
  • (14)  Canker size in transgenic poplar trees containing an anti-microbial pesticide
    Jennifer Deuel, Dr. Charles Maynard, Dr. William Powell
  • (29)  Understanding the relationships between natural resources, economic growth, and social well being
    Carol Franco, Dr. Valerie Luzadis
  • (30)  Connecting the dots:  Syracuse’s energy use and GHG emissions
    Peter King, Nate Gagnon, Trang Tron, Frank Moses, Imran Khalid, Dr. Allan Drew, Dr. Richard Smardon
  • (46)  Japanese Knotweed Management along Rt. 28N, Blue Mountain Lake, New York
    Erik Lema, Dr. Christopher Nowak
  • (47)  Examining policy change and development in the Coevolutionary framework: Wetlands policy of the U. S. and S. Korea
    Sukhyun Park, Dr. Valerie Luzadis
  • (49)  Using percent crown cover as a thinning guide may suffice for over-stocked, pole size brown ash (Fraxinus nigra Marsh.) stands in Caribou, Maine.
    Timothy McAbee, Dr. Michael R. Bridgen, Dr. Ralph D. Nyland
  • (50)  Innovative management structures for onsite wastewater treatment
    Robert P. McAfee Dr. Sharon Moran , Dr. Robert Malmsheimer
  • (57)  Examining the Dynamics of Environmental Policy Change in the Coevolutionary Framework
    Seohyun Park , Dr. Valerie Luzadis
  • (61)  Modeling soil erosion in Skaneateles Lake Watershed: Application of Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE) in GIS.
    Soni Pradhanang, Dr. Lee Herrington, Dr. Russell Briggs
  • (77)  Radial growth responses of host and non-host tree species to hemlock woolly adelgid infestation in Connecticut
    Kelly Walton, David Orwig, Dr. Eddie Bevilacqua
  • (81)  SUNY-ESF international education and service learning at the Archbold Center in Dominica, W.I.
    Megan Scott, Mary Gifford, Dr. Donald Stewart, Dr. Allen Drew
  • (25)  Applying Physical Measurements of Hyporheic Exchange to Understand Geochemical Variability of Hyporheic Waters
    Rosemary Fanelli, Laura Lautz
  • (74)  Recommended Urban Forest Mixtures to Optimize Selected Environmental Benefits
    John Domm, Eric Ripley, Janet Tordesillas, Richard Greene, Dr. Allan Drew, Dr. Richard Smardon

Landscape Architecture

  • (37)  Physical Symbolism of Power, Neighborhood Revitalization, and Historic Disempowerment in the Urban Environment: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Meghan Hazer, Dr. Kishi Animashaun, Dr. Emmanuel Carter, Dr. Myrna Hall
  • (56)  Understanding the Impact of Forest Cover on Water Quality in the Catskill-Delaware Watersheds
    Prajjwal Panday, Dr. Charles Hall, Dr. Myrna Hall
  • (20)  The US/ Brazil consortia: project for eastside open space
    Suzanne Greinert, Marianna Pavlick

Paper Science and Engineering

  • (53)  Autohydrolysis of Sugar Maple Wood
    Ashutosh Mittal, G.M. Scott, Dr. Thomas E. Amidon
  • (1)  Stream bed material as indicator for benthic macro-invertebrate abundance
    Nourredine Abdoulmoumine
  • (36)  Radioactive Degradation of Cellulose
    Chris Haverlock
  • (71)  The Saturated Permeability of Composite Pulp Fiber and Filler Mats
    Ramesh Singh
  • (72)  Three Dimensional (3D) Model of Fiber Network of Paper.
    Sharad Singh

Great Lakes Research Consortium

  • (33)  Taking Account of Regional Climate Change Projections in Great Lakes Policy Deliberations with Long-Term Implications? A Pilot Study and Research Program
    Maria Aileen Leah G. Guzman, Harry Lambright, Hank Mullins, Steve Brechin, Dr. Jack Manno 
  • (74)  Recommended Urban Forest Mixtures to Optimize Selected Environmental Benefits
    John Domm, Eric Ripley, Janet Tordesillas, Richard Greene, Dr. Allan Drew, Dr. Richard Smardon
  • (55)  Assessing Arbuscular Mycorrhizae and Soil Characteristics in Natural and Restored Wetlands of Central New York
    Erin Page, Dr. Thomas Horton, Dr. Richard Smardon, Dr. Russell Briggs

Cazenovia College

  • (11)  Relationship between leaf characteristics and epiphyll cover in the Daintree Tropical Rainforest, Australia
    Theresa Clark, Environmental Studies Program, Cazenovia College, Cazenovia, NY 13035 taclark@cazenovia.edu

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