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Research Abstracts 2009

Ambrose Jr., William G., Michael L. Carroll, Katie Nolan, Michael Retelle, Michael Greenacre, Kelton McMahon, Haakon Hop, Greg Henkes. 2009. Climate Change on Svalbard: Evidence from Modern and Fossil Bivalves. 39th Arctic Workshop (Lewiston, April).

Arnold, M., 2009. Mapping the Chronology of Post-Glacial Seal Level Rise in Maine from 21 ka to Present. Geological Society of Maine Spring Meeting, p.1. (Poster)

Arnold, M., and A. Werner, 2009. Sedimentation in High Arctic Lake, Linnevatnet, Svalbard. A Study of Modern Processes Using Sediment traps. Geological Society of Maine Spring Meeting, p.2.

Broge, T.A. Jr.*, E.F. Dmitrieff, S.E. Piro*, and R.W. Bavis. 2009. Moderate hyperoxia inhibits glomus cell proliferation in the carotid body of neonatal rats. FASEB Journal, in press.

Carroll, Michael L., William G. Ambrose Jr., Ben Levin, Adam Ratner, Stuart Ryan, Jeanette Hardy. 2009. Sea Ice Variations Influence Benthic Community Growth Rates over Decadal Scales: Evidence from Bivalve Population near the Barents Sea Polar Front. Arctic Science Summit Week, Bergen Norway (March)

Carroll, M.L., Ambrose Jr., W.G., 2009. Pan-svalbard assessment of decadal-scale climate forcing and ecosystem variation: evidence from bivalve growth rates. American Society of Limnologists and Oceanographers (Nice, April)

Carroll, Michael, L., Beverly J. Johnson, Gregory A. HenkesKelton W. McMahon, Andrey Voronkov, William G. Ambrose, Jr., Stanislav G. Denisenko. 2009. Environmental regulation of bivalve growth in the southern Barents Sea: A combined ecological and geochemical approach. Benthic Ecology Meeting, Corpus Christi (March)

Carroll Michael, L., Beverly J. Johnson, Gregory A. HenkesKelton W. McMahon, Andrey Voronkov, William G. Ambrose, Jr., Stanislav G. Denisenko, 2009. Environmental regulation of bivalve growth in the southern Barents Sea: A combined ecological and geochemical approach European Geological Union Annual Meeting (Vienna, April).

Castro, C., 2009. Lineament Analysis of the Presidential Range, New Hampshire. Geological Society of Maine Spring Meeting, p.1. (Poster)

CHANDLER, Emily A, 2009a. MODERN AND HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF SEAWALL BEACH: PHIPPSBURG, MAINE. Geological Society of America Northeast Regional Meeting. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 41, No. 3, p. 41

Chandler, E.A., 2009b. Representing Modern Migration of the Morse River Inlet with Aerial and Satellite Imagery. Geological Society of Maine Spring Meeting, p.1. (Poster)

Chandler, E.A., 2009c. Seasonal Processes Affecting the Seawall Beach System: An Investigation of the Evolution of the Southwestern Spit and the Sprague river Inlet. Geological Society of Maine Spring Meeting, p.2.

Eusden, J. Dykstra, Camille Parrish, Mathieu Duvall; 2009. ES/GE 217 – MAPPING AND GIS AT BATES COLLEGE. Geological Society of America Northeast Regional Meeting. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 41, No. 3, p. 100.

FOLEY, Maura B. and EUSDEN, J. Dykstra Jr, 2009a. CONTACT RELATIONS BETWEEN THE AMMONOOSUC VOLCANCS AND JEFFERSON DOME, NORTHERN NH. Geological Society of America Northeast Regional Meeting. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 41, No. 3, p. 79.

Foley, M.B., and J. D. Eusden, 2009b. Contact relationships of the Ammonoosuc Volcanics and the Jefferson Dome. Geological Society of Maine Spring Meeting, p.2. Awarded Best Student Talk

Gallo, M. and Kleckner, N.W. (2009a) Characterization of a novel GluR5/6/7-immunoreactive cell group in the buccal ganglia of the pond snail, Helisoma trivolvis. Molluscan Neuroscience Meeting, San Juan, PR (February, 2009).

Gallo, M. and Kleckner, N.W. (2009b) Characterization of a novel GluR5/6/7-immunoreactive cell group in the buccal ganglia of the pond snail, Helisoma trivolvis. Program number 178.11. Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2009. First prize in the German Graduate Schools of Neuroscience undergraduate poster competition at the Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience session.

Levin, Benjamin, William G. Ambrose Jr., Michael L. Carroll, Paul E. Renaud, Haakon Hop, 2009a. Geographic variation in growth of the Greenland Smoothcockle (/Serripes groenlandicus/) around Svalbard: influence of water column properties and regional climate indices. The 39th Annual International Arctic Workshop, Bates College, Lewiston ME.

Levin, Benjamin, William G. Ambrose Jr., Michael L. Carroll, Paul E. Renaud, Haakon Hop, 2009b. Geographic variation in growth of the Greenland Smoothcockle (/Serripes groenlandicus/) around Svalbard: influence of water column properties and regional climate indices. Benthic Ecology meeting, Corpus Christi, TX.

Locke, W., Benjamin Levin, Stuart Ryan, William G. Ambrose Jr., Paul E. Renaud, Finlo Cottier, Jørgen Berge, Michael L. Carroll, 2009. The Marine Rosetta Stone: oceanic moorings help translate clam-growth patterns to ecosystem drivers. The 39th Annual International Arctic Workshop, Bates College, Lewiston ME.

Meyers, K.A.*, K.M. Young*, and R.W. Bavis. 2009. Exercise performance in moderate hypoxia in rats with impaired carotid bodies. FASEB Journal, in press.

OSTER, Dana Jean, 2009. MAPPING SEAWALL BEACH TO MODEL FUTURE SEA LEVEL RISE. Geological Society of America Northeast Regional Meeting. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 41, No. 3, p. 41

Oster, D. J., and M.L. Duvall, 2009. Mapping Short-term Barrier Beach Processes at Seawall Beach, Phippsburg, ME, to Model the Transgressive Shoreline in 2100 from Sea Level Rise. Geological Society of Maine Spring Meeting, p.2.

Pickoff, M., 2009. Methods for Lancover Classification in ArcGIS. Geological Society of Maine Spring Meeting, p.1. (Poster)

Pickoff, M., 2009. Multi-proxy Organic Geochemical Analysis of the Late Holocene Sediment Record from meetinghouse Pond, Phippsburg, ME. Geological Society of Maine Spring Meeting, p.2.

Rogers, Elizabeth S., Ronald E. Barry, and Nelish Pradhan. 2009. Ixodes scapularis Burdens of Peromyscus leucopus and Tick Infection by Borrelia burgdorferi in Southwestern Maine. 89th annual meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska. June 2009.

Ryan, Stuart K., William G. Ambrose Jr., Michael L. Carroll, 2009a. Growth Rates of the Hairy Cockle (Clinocardium ciliatum) across the Barents Sea Polar Front. Benthic Ecology meeting, Corpus Christi, TX.

Ryan, Stuart K., William G. Ambrose Jr., Michael L. Carroll, 2009b. Growth Rates of the Hairy Cockle (Clinocardium ciliatum) across the Barents Sea Polar Front. Northseast Undergraduate Research Development Sympopsium. Awarded Best Poster

Wiersma, J. and Kleckner, N.W. (2009) Anatomical and physiological characterization of the central pattern generator stimulating feeding in the pond snailBiomphalaria glabrata. Program number 178.10. Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2009. Online. (poster; November, 2009).

Willbanks, S.A, and J.D. Eusden, 2009. Late Acadian Fold Train Shortening, Mt. Adams, Presidential Range, NH. Geological Society of Maine Spring Meeting, p.1. (Poster)