You are here Research Project Database
  Friday, October 31, 2014

Project Database

Designed to further collaboration among the community, this database allows members to list their active research projects into a common database. Faculty, staff and students and members of the public can search the database for areas of interest.

As a service to the research community, NYC-LSAMP is pleased to provide a complete listing of abstracts for papers submitted via the NYC-LSAMP virtual community. You can search by keyword and find all citations that contain the keyword in either the title, abstracts, or author sections of the research project.

Search all projects
Create a Project

Project-Search
Browsing 77 Geo Science project results Search View All
Project Title Views Last Updated
CALCITIC DEPOSITS IN THE HIGH FALLS SHALE OF ROSENDALE, NEW YORK.  (more info) 8 11/18/2005 12:54:00 PM
CALCITIC DEPOSITS IN THE HIGH FALLS SHALE OF ROSENDALE, NEW YORK.
Members (1)
Subjects: Geo Science
Sedimentology of the Binnewater Sandstone (Sb), Rosendale, NY  (more info) 5 8/2/2005 3:49:00 PM
Preliminary field and laboratory studies involving the Silurian Binnewater sandstone, exposed in Rosendale, New York, indicated some interesting sed
Members (1)
Subjects: Geo Science
Beach Sand Composition: Pre-And-Post Hurricane Sandy, Rockaway, Queens, New York City  (more info) 0 4/2/2014
Current research will concentrate on the beach sand composition and a comparison will be made with respect to pre-and-post Hurricane Sandy event. Collected beach sands from Rockaway, Queens will be basis of this geological study and attempts will be ...
Members (1)
Subjects: Geo Science
The Heterogeneous Land Surface and its Impact on Global Climate  (more info) 8 8/6/2005 5:07:00 PM
Anthropogenic activities such as the clearing of forests and urban development are increasingly changing the global land surface. Therefore, it is imp
Members (1)
Subjects: Geo Science
Trace Element Geochemistry & the Petrological Significance of Garnet Bearing Pegmatite in the Manh.  (more info) 8 9/20/2006 12:32:00 PM
The Manhattan Schist can be subdivided into three sub-units of schistose rock whose lithology and weathering characteristics show a distinct variation
Members (1)
Subjects: Geo Science
Listing of 16
Copyright 2010 by NYC-LSAMP Privacy StatementTerms Of Use Xhtml 1.0 CSS 2.0