Recent Abstracts (2004 - Present)

  • Sparks, G., Horner, T., Alpers, C.N., Cornwell, K., and Izzo, V.,  2015.  Mercury and methylmercury related to historical mercury mining in three tributaries to Lake Berryessa, Putah Creek Watershed, California.  Abstract for submittal to the 2014 Reclaiming the Sierra, A Conference to Address Historic Mining Impacts
  • Sparks, G., Horner, T., Alpers, C.N., Cornwell, K., and Izzo, V.,  2015.  Mercury and methylmercury related to historical mercury mining in three tributaries to Lake Berryessa, Putah Creek Watershed, California.  American Geophysical Conference fall, 2014 meeting. 
  • Schmidt, E., Hammersley, L., & Clynne, M.A., Enclave compositions indicate multiple felsic components at Chaos Crags, Lassen Volcanic National Park, California, AGU Annual Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 15-19, 2014
  • Hammersley, L., The effectiveness of courses developed to recruit and retain minority students in the geology major at Sacramento State, AGU Annual Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 15-19, 2014
  • Covey, J. and Cornwell, K., 2014.  Application of geophysical methods to measure unconsolidated sediment thickness in a meadow system: a case study of Dotta Canyon, Red Clover Meadow Complex, Ca.  American Geophysical Conference fall, 2014 meeting.  
  • Hammersley, L., Jefferson, M., & Yamazaki, K., 2014, The CSU-LSAMP Bridge to the Doctorate program at Cal State LA: A structures approach to student development and advancement to Ph.D. Roadmap to Action: LASMP Principles for Broadening Participation in STEM, Chicago, IL,  October 24-26, 2014
  • Goode, C., & Hammersley, L., CSU-LSAMP International Research and Global Awareness Program. Roadmap to Action: LASMP Principles for Broadening Participation in STEM, Chicago, IL,  October 24-26, 2014
  • Campos, N. & Hammersley, L., 2014, CSU-LSAMP: Achieving success through combining collective goals and policies with campus-specific elements. Roadmap to Action: LASMP Principles for Broadening Participation in STEM conference, Chicago, IL, October 24-26, 2014
  • Blatter, D.L. & Hammersley, L., 2014, New constraints on the subduction of the Orozco fracture zone, Mexico. Goldschmidt, Sacramento, June 8-13, 2014.
  • Alpers, C.N., Mitchell, V.L., Basta, N.T., Casteel, S.W., Foster, A.L., Blum, A.E., Kim, C.S., Myers, P., Burlak, T.L., and Hammersley, L., 2012, Evaluating the bioavailability, bioaccessibility, mineralogy, and speciation of arsenic in mine waste and soils. Empire Mine low-sulfide gold-quartz vein deposit, Nevada County, California,  U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Hardrock Mining Conference, Denver, CO, April 3–5, 2012 
  • Hill, B., Hoffman, J., and Cornwell, K., 2011.  Groundwater Discharge to Restored and Unrestored Meadows. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2011, abstract #H51J-1350
  • Mancuso, L. and Cornwell, K., 2011.  Water budget and flow attenuation in a small montane meadow in the Sierra Nevada, California.  American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2011, abstract #H33F-1369
  • Alpers, C.N., Burlak, T., Foster, A., Hammersley, L., and Petersen, E., 2011, Mineralogy and speciation of arsenic in weathered waste rock from the Empire mine low-sulfide gold-quartz vein deposit, California. Annual Meeting of the National Association of Abandoned Mine Land Programs, Squaw Valley, CA, October 10–12, 2011.
  • Burlak, T., Alpers, C.N., Foster, A.L., Brown, A., Hammersley, L., & Peterson, E., 2010, Tracking the mineralogical fate of arsenic in weathered sulfides from the Empire Mine gold-quartz vein deposit by using microbeam analytical techniques, AGU Annual Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 14-18, 2009
  • Lesh, M., Cornwell, K. and Koler, T., 2009.  Evaluation of Lodge Pole Pole Tree Removal on the Storage Potential of a Shallow Aquifer in a Montane Meadow.  Eos, Vol. 90, Number 52, H21C-0874.
  • Hammersley, L. & Blatter, D.L., 2009, Impact of the Orozco Fracture Zone on the central Mexican Volcanic Belt, AGU Annual Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 14-18, 2009
  • Hammersley, L. & Biskowski, M., 2008, Source characterization of stone grinding tools from the Teotihuacan Valley, Mexico, Geological Society of America Joint Meeting, Houston, TX, October 5-9, 2008.
  • Hammersley, L., Kusnick, J., Cornwell, K. & Hausback, B., 2008, Attracting Hispanic students to the Geosciences through the development of introductory level Geology of Mexico and Mexico Field Trip courses and collaboration with minority-serving groups on campus, Geological Society of America Joint Meeting, Houston, TX, October 5-9, 2008.
  • Cornwell, K., Brown, K., and Monohan, C., 2007. Mountain Meadows and Water Resources in the Sierra Nevada, California. EOS Trans. 88(52), p.F642
  • Evans, D. and W.P. Anderson, Jr., 2007. Fractal interpolation and Monte Carlo simulations to address aliasing in well hydrographs, to appear in EOS Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl.
  • Stout, C.M., Hammersley, L & Clynne, M.A., 2007. Field measurements of mafic enclave population density at Chaos Crags, Lassen Volcanic National Park, CA and implications for magma mixing.
  • Blatter, D.L., Hammersley, L. & Carmichael, I.S.E., 2006. A gap in the Central Mexican volcanic belt: A result of shallow subduction of the Orozco fracture zone? GSA. Backbone of the Americas meeting.
  • Downing, B.D., Bergamaschi, B.A., Evans, D.G., Boss, E, and Fujii, R. (2006), Quantifying DOC flux from sediments into a drinking water reservoir using optical profiling, Eos Trans. AGU, 87 (52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract B11C-1034.
  • Evans, D. and W.P Andersion, Jr. (2006). Stochastic anti-aliasing of water-table hydrographs to determine long-term recharge. GSA Abstracts with Programs 38(7). GSA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Silver, M., T. Horner and D. Evans (2006). Evaluation of Heat as a tracer to quantify longitudinal water flow in the hyporheic zone. GSA Abstracts with Programs 38(7). GSA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Anderson, Jr., W.P., and D.G. Evans (2005).On the interpretation of recharge estimates based on steady-state model calibrations. GSA Abstracts and Programs 37(7). GSA annual Meeting Salt Lake City, UT.
  • Carlson, D. H., Manley, T.N., and Vervoort, J., 2005, Cretaceous deformation along the Shoo Fly-Feather River Belt Fault – Evidence from U-Pb dating of folded dikes along the Middle Fork of the American River, California; Abst., Cordilleran Section Meeting, Geological Society of America.
  • Cornwell, K. and Burns R., 2005 Hydraulic Implications to Upper Basin Stream Systems From Changing Climatic Conditions in the Sierra Nevada. EOS Trans. 84(46), p. F375.
  • Evans, D. and J.W. Borchers (2005). Approaches to assessing groundwater resources in fractured rock. 25th Biennial Groundwater Conference and 14th Groundwater Resources Association Annual Meeting, Sacramento, CA (invited abstract and presentation).
  • Horner, T.C., and Silver, M., 2005, Meter-scale tracer tests to estimate seepage velocity and hydraulic conductivity in salmon spawning gravels of the American River, Sacramento, CA: v. 37.
  • Manley, T.N. and Carlson, D. H., 2005, Relationship between fold geometry and channel sinuosity on the Middle Fork of the American River near Horseshoe Bar, Sierra Nevada, California; Abst., Cordilleran Section Meeting, Geological Society of America.
  • Kusnick, J., Zoller , K., Bland, M. M., O'Leary, M., and Shea, M. (2004) Using qualitative evaluation to identify common elements of successful reformed courses, Presentation at STEMTEC Teacher Preparation PI conference, March 14-15, 2004, Proceedings,http://k12s.phast.umass.edu/~stemtec/piconf/Proceedings/
  • Hammersley, L. & DePaolo, D.J., 2004. Isotopic and geophysical constraints on the structure and evolution of the Clear Lake volcanic field. Abstracts with Programs, Geological Society of America. Vol 36.
  • Head, A.E., and Horner, T., 2004, abs., Steelhead redds and evolution of inter-gravel dissolved oxygen levels in the Lower American River: 3rd Biennial CALFED Bay-Delta Program Science Conference with Abstracts, Sacramento, California. October 4-6, 2004 p. 296.
  • Horner, T.C., 2004, Hyporheic flow, pore water geochemistry and bar form influence on salmonid spawning in the American River, California: Geological Society of American Abstracts with Programs, v. 36 no. 5, p. 565
  • Morita, E.T., and Horner, T., 2004, abs., Streambed topography and its influence on hyporheic flow in salmon spawning gravels, Lower American River: 3rd Biennial CALFED Bay-Delta Program Science Conference with Abstracts, Sacramento, California. October 4-6, 2004 p. 341..