Congratulations to students who presented at GSURC

Posted On March 14, 2013
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Five students from the Department of Geosciences presented research at the 2013 Georgia State University – Undergraduate Research Conference. These students have gone above and beyond to produce outstanding research during their undergraduate career. Students who presented include:

Alexandra Simpson – Determination of the CEC in SRS Soils and the Capacity of EPA Model 9081 for CEC of Acidic Soils – Funded by the U.S. Department of Energy

Alexandra Simpson

Paulita Bennett-Martin – Developing a GIS Methodology for Mapping Elements of Urban Greenspace – Funded by the National Sciences Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates Addressing Social and Environmental Disparities through Community Geography and Geographic Information Systems

Paulita Bennett-Martin

Alyssa Combs – Quantitative Community Geography: A Preliminary Evaluation of Nitrogen Dioxide Levels and Possible Solutions to Exposure Rates in NPU-V, Atlanta, GA – Funded by the National Sciences Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates Addressing Social and Environmental Disparities through Community Geography and Geographic Information Systems

Alyssa Combs

Peter Razumov – Clay Synthesis: Modeling the Uptake of Potassium during Low Temperature Illitization of Smectite – Funded by the American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund

Peter Razumov

Lucy Taylor – Effects of Carbonate Brines on Cation Exchange and Clay Interstratification – Funded by the American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund

Lucy Taylor

Congratulations to Alexandra, Paulita, Alyssa, Peter, and Lucy for all of the hard work and dedication you have put into your research.

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