Arizona's outstanding student papers at AGU meeting
The following Arizona students received Outstanding Student Paper Awards at the 2008 AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco. Additional awards will be announced in the next few weeks. Awardee David Haddad worked for us at AZGS before starting graduate school at ASU.
Ryan C. Porter, University of Arizona, Tucson, Crustal anisotropy in southern California: Evidence for a fossilized detachment?
Study of the Earth's Deep Interior
Chunpeng Zhao, Arizona State University, Tempe, Investigating the edges of the large low shear velocity province in the lowermost mantle beneath the Pacific Ocean
Alyson Cartwright, University of Arizona, Tucson, South American pluvial lakes: Implications for quaternary climate change
Henry D. Adams, University of Arizona, Tucson, Global change enhances vegetation vulnerability to drought: Warmer drought kills pinyon pines faster
Kyle Brown, University of Arizona, Tucson, A multi-tracer approach to determine the impacts of agricultural irrigation recharge on groundwater sustainability in the Columbia Plateau basalt aquifers, central Washington, USA
David E. Haddad, Arizona State University, Tempe, Investigation of the geologic setting and geomorphic processes that control the formation and preservation of precarious rock zones
Amy L. McCoy, University of Arizona, Tucson, Riparian dendrochemistry: Detecting rare-earth elements in trees along an effluent-dominated desert river
Prafulla Pokhrel, University of Arizona, Tucson, Multiple-criteria calibration of a distributed model using prior information
Anne M. Stewart, University of Arizona, Tucson, Use of the continuous slope-area method to estimate runoff through ephemeral stream channels in SE Arizona