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ANDERSON, Alyssa, and BANNER, Jay L., (2010): Microscopic growth banding in a cave stalagmite: Implications for past climate reconstruction. The Geological Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, October 2011.

ANDRESEN, C. G. and D. L. ERDNER (2008):  Uncovering biodiversity in estuaries: the enigmatic picoeukaryotes. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography Ocean Sciences Meeting, Orlando, FL.

ANDRESEN, C. G. and D. L. ERDNER (2008):  Assessment of picoeukaryote diversity along an estuarine gradient. Texas Bays and Estuaries Meeting, Port Aransas, TX.

ANDRING, Megan J., WOLAVER, Brad D., SHARP, John M. Jr., and Jay L. BANNER (2006): Analyzing groundwater flowpaths in a karstic basin using cross-plots of major ions: Cuarto Ciengas Basin, Coahuila, MexicoGeological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts, vol. 38: p. 288.

ANSEEUW, Sierra K., CASTEEL, Richard C., and BANNER, Jay L. (2011): Linking cave drip water geochemistry to climate variations at a central Texas cave. The American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

BALL, Carolyn E., BREECKER, Dan O., and Jay L. BANNER (2010): Where does cave – air CO2 originate? Evidence from stable carbon isotope ratios. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs, vol. 42(5): p. 448.

BOESCH, Shannon, JOHNSON, Joel P., and DELBECQ, Katie L. (2011): An experimental study of tsunami deposit thickness trends. The American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

BOLNICK, Daniel I., SNOWBERG, L. K., PATENIA, C., STUTZ, W.E., INGRAM, T., and On Lee LAU (2009): Phenotype-dependent native habitat preference facilitates divergence between parapatric lake and stream stickleback. Evolution, vol. 63(8).

BUSSE, Ellie; MAHLER, Barbara; VAN METRE, Peter; and Jennifer T. WILSON (2009): Land use and urbanization: Contaminant trends in lake core sediments of Lake Palmer and Lake Harriet in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, vol. 41: p. 43.

CAGLE, M.F., SHARP, J.M. Jr., and D.M. SAEPIA (2007):  Controls of sulfate variability in groundwater at a lignite mine, Northeast Texas: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, vol. 39: p. 3.

CARDENAS, M. Bayani., GERECHT, Katelyn E., MARKOWSKI, Michael, NOWINSKI, John D., SAWYER, Audrey, STANLEY, Blair A., and Travis SWANSON:  The Familiar as Frontier: Persistent transient stream-groundwater interactions.  Geological Society Annual Meeting, Northhampton, MA.

CUNNINGHAM, Max, WONG, Corinne, BANNER, Jay L., and MILLER, Nathan, (2011): Investigating the potential preservation of seasonal dripwater Mg/Ca and Sr/Ca variations in a speleothem from central Texas. The American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

DURAN, Lisa, and Jay L. BANNER (2010):  Application of Sr isotopes to tracing vadose flows paths in the Edwards Aquifer and implications for reconstructing paleoclimateGeological Society of America, Joint Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

DUNCKEL, Anne, SAWYER, Audrey Hucks, FRANKS, Megan, BENNETT, Phillip, and CARDENAS, M. Bayani (2008):  Surface water temperature controls on microbial communities at the El Tatio Geyser Field, Chile. Joint Meeting of The Geological Society of America, Soil Science Society of America, American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies with the Gulf Coast Section of SEPM, Houston, TX.

DUNCKEL, Anne, CARDENAS, M. Bayani, SAWYER, Audrey H., and Philip C. BENNETT (2009): High-resolution in-situ thermal imaging of microbial mats at El Tatio Geyser, Chile shows coupling between community color and temperature.  Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 36: p. L23403.

DUNCKEL, Anne E., PEARSON, Evan Z., WALLER, Clinton W., AL-JOHAR, Mishal M., and John M. SHARP (2009): Hydrogeological and well-sitting investigation in a shallow, generally low-permeability alluvial system – Tecolote farm, Manor, Texas. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 41(7): p. 448.

DUNKEL, Anne, You Tube Video.

ENRIQUEZ, Hersy Joy, BLANEY, Lee, and Corin MARRON (2011): Pharmacologically active compounds in drinking water: ozonation of erythromycin. California Water Environment Association (CWEA) Annual Conference, Ontario, Canada.

ENRIQUEZ, Hersy Joy (2010): Pharmocologically active compounds in drinking water: ozonation of erythromycin. Poster presentation at Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Annual Conference, October.

GERECHT, K.E., CARDENAS, M.B., GUSWA, A.J., SAWYER, A.H., NOWINSKI, J.D., and T. E. SWANSON (2011):  Dynamics of hyporheic flow and heat transport across a bed-to-bank continuum in a large regulated river. Water Resour. Res., 47: p. W03524.

GERECHT, Katelyn E., MARKOWSKI, Michael, NOWINSKI, John D., SAWYER, Audrey H., SWANSON, Travis E., and M. Bayani CARDENAS (2009):  Fluid flow and heat transport within the Hyporheic and Riparian Zones of a regulated river: Colorado River, Austin, TX. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 41(7): p. 347.

GLINKA, C.B., CHAO, T., and C.V. HAWKES (2009): Invasion legacies impede restoration of ecosystem processes. Mycological Society of America/Botanical Society of America Joint Meeting.

HAGEMANN, Mark and Jay L. BANNER (2009):  Assessing potential seasonal paleoclimate signals in a Late Pleistocene stalagmite from Central Texas. Geological Society of America, Joint Annual Meeting, Portland, OR.

HEINZE-FRY, Ayla, FENG, Weimin, CASTEEL, Richard C., and BANNER, Jay L., (2011): Oxygen isotope relationships between rainfall, dripwater and speleothem calcite from Westcave, central Texas. The American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

ISEMINGER, M., PELS, M., BAE, S., and M.J. KIRISITS, (2011):  Microbial communities in rainwater harvesting systems. Texas Water Conference, San Antonio, TX.

JACOBEL, Allison (2008): Evaluating the effects of topography on the climate signal in Porites spp. Poster presentation (PP23C-1505) at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.

KROMANN, Jenna, WONG, Corinne, HUNT, Brian, SMITH, Brian, and BANNER, Jay L., (2011): Investigating vertical mixing between two carbonate aquifers using a multiport well, central Texas. The American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

MACK, L.E., BANNER, Jay L., CHRISTIAN, Lance N., GILBERT, Kim D., WERNER, Carson W. and Ashley FRANCIS (2008): 247-11 Sr Isotope dendrochemistry in urban riparian trees as a temporal record of urbanization impacts on stream-water chemistry. Geological Society of America Joint Annual Meeting, Houston, TX.

MEYER, Nathaniel and Christine HAWKES (2009): Fungal responses to changing climate: Drought in central Texas. 12th Annual Environmental Chemistry Student Symposium, The Pennsylvania State University. 

MOORE, Mark W., HARDT, Benjamin F., PARTIN, Judson W., JENSON, John W., SINCLAIR, Daniel J., TAYLOR, Fred, and BANNER, Jay L., (2011): Paleoclimatic study of the West Pacific warm pool using oxygen isotope variations in a stalagmite from Guam. The American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

NADEL, Marcy, YOON, Junyeon, and BREECKER, Dan O., (2011): δ13C values of CO2 respired during incubation of c3-derived soil organic matter: Refining the paleosol carbonate CO2 barometer. The American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

SANDOVAL-SOLIS, Samuel, REITH, Benjamin, and Daene C. MCKINNEY (2010): Hydrologic analysis before and after reservoir alteration at the Big Bend Reach, Rio Grande/Rio Bravo. Center for Research in Water Resources (CRWR) Online Report 10-06.

SANGUINITO, Sean, and Scott GORGIS (2010): Constraints on the timing of deformation in the Central Range Fault Zone, Trinidad, from topography and apatite fission track dataGeological Society of America, Joint Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

SANGUINITO, S. and J. P. JOHNSON (2010), Quantifying the influence of imbrication on forces required to initiate motion of coarse-grained sediment on natural river bars.  Abstract EP31A-0720 presented at 2010 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 13-17 Dec.

SANGUINITO, S. and J. P. JOHNSON (in review): Quantifying gravel overlap and dislodgement forces on natural river bars: implications for particle entrainment.  Submitted to Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.

STERN, L. A., BANNER, J., COWAN, B., COPELAND, E., MICKLER, P., JAMES, E., GUILFOYLE, A., MUSGROVE, M. and L. MACK (2005): Trace element variations in speleothem calcite: Influence of non-environmental factors. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, vol. 37(7): p. 435.

Awards and Recognitions:

GERECHT, K.E., CARDENAS, M.B., GUSWA, A.J., SAWYER, A.H., NOWINSKI, J.D., and T. E. SWANSON (2011):  Dynamics of hyporheic flow and heat transport across a bed-to-bank continuum in a large regulated river. Water Resour. Res., 47: p. W03524.  Listed as 'Most Popular' in Water Resources Research for being in the top 5 most downloaded articles in April 2011.

ISEMINGER, Mallory, (2011)  Microbial Communities in Rainwater Harvesting Systems, honored with "Best undergraduate oral presentation award," at the 2012 Student Water Research Conference at Oklahoma State University.

JACOBEL, Allison: 2010 Barry M. Goldwater Scholar, the "preeminent award for undergraduate science and mathematics students in the United States."

JACOBEL, Allison (2011): Macalester College Hugh S. Alexander Endowed Prize in recognition of a student's "scholastic achievements, accomplishments and proficiency."

MEYER, Nathaniel (2009): 2nd Place Award for Undergraduate Poster Presentation: Fungal responses to changing climate: Drought in central Texas. 12th Annual Environmental Chemistry Student Symposium, The Pennsylvania State University.

TREMBLAY, Marissa: 2011 Barry M. Goldwater Scholar, the "preeminent award for undergraduate science and mathematics students in the United States."

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