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The following list includes current and historic, individual student research projects, public presentations from conferences, symposia and exhibitions*, and peer-reviewed publications. For abstracts on each project see Students as Scholars.

*“Supported by:” on Student Conference Presentation records indicates the entity or funding mechanism that supported the student’s participation in the conference, i.e. travel expenses, poster costs, etc.  For on-campus conferences, the supporting entity is usually the academic department sponsoring the event.

**“Supported by:” on Student Research Project records indicates the entity or funding mechanism that supported the student’s research costs, i.e. supplies, materials, equipment, stipends, local or international research travel, etc.


2018

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Maxwell Lee Effects Of Diet Quality And PH On Growth, Mortality, And Shell Strength In Larvae And Juveniles Of The Marine Gastropod Crepidula Fornicata
Conference: 18th Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Anthony Pires

2017

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Daniela Mar Arnedo Aldrich Natural Gas Pipelines and Energy Independence: Distinct Discourses in Pennsylvania
Conference: 77th Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Heather Bedi
Daniel James Day Mapping Winter Waterfowl within the Delmarva Peninsula
Conference: Northeast Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Lydia Kottcamp Fox A comparative study of long-term change and short-term variability in lake ecosystems
Supported by: R&D Student Faculty Research Endowment Award
Number of Weeks: 8
Kristin Strock
Rachael Elizabeth Franchini Assessment of Conflict Sensitivity in Climate Change Adaptation
Supported by: Center for Sustainability Education (CSE)Sustainability Education Fund
Number of Weeks: 13
Michael Beevers
Kayla Jean Kahan Energy Justice: Categorizing and Analyzing Health Harms Affecting Villages Located Near Coal-Fired Power Plants
Conference: Bard College/CEP Third Annual Asia/Environment Student Research Conference
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
Heather Bedi
Caroline Rachel Kanaskie Foliar chemistry of the eastern hemlock (Tsuga Canadensis)
Conference: 2017 Environmental Studies and Science Majors Alumni Panel
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
Carol Loeffler
Caroline Rachel Kanaskie Foliar chemistry of the eastern hemlock (Tsuga Canadensis)
Conference: Pennsylvania Academy of Science
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
Carol Loeffler
Rachel Michiko Lapp Food Modernization in India
Conference: Bard College/CEP Third Annual Asia/Environment Student Research Conference
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
Heather Bedi
Yueli Liang Soil, adelgids, and the Health of Eastern Hemlock Trees
Conference: 2017 Environmental Studies and Science Majors Alumni Panel
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
Carol Loeffler
Yueli Liang Soil, adelgids, and the Health of Eastern Hemlock Trees
Conference: Pennsylvania Academy of Science
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
Carol Loeffler
Natalie B McNeill Mincio Park in Mantua, Italy
Supported by: Center for Global Studies and EngagmentDurden International Initiative Grant
Number of Weeks: 13
Luca Trazzi,Nicoletta Marini Maio
Natalie B McNeill Aquatic Citizen Scientist Motivations: Implications for Recruitment and Retention
Conference: 77th Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Heather Bedi
Natalie B McNeill Aquatic Citizen Scientist Motivations: Implications for Recruitment and Retention
Conference: 32nd Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Heather Bedi
Helen Claire Schlimm Long-Term Records of Climate-Induced Changes in the Zooplankton of West Greenland Lakes
Conference: 32nd Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Kristin Strock

2016

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Daniela Mar Arnedo Aldrich Pipeline Perils in Pennsylvania: Contested Natural Gas Fracking and Transportation
Number of Weeks: 8
Heather Bedi
Madison Grace Beehler The Impact of the Built Environment on Youth Mentorship
Conference: National Rural Health Association 38th Annual Conference
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Gregory Howard
Tiffany Lee Chin Differing Patterns in Seasonal Succession of Phytoplankton in Lakes with High and Low Concentrations of Dissolved Organic Carbon: Implications for Long-Term Community Shifts
Conference: Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Kristin Strock
Tiffany Lee Chin Differing seasonal succession of phytoplankton in lakes with high and low dissolved organic carbon concentrations: Implications for long-term community shifts
Conference: 31st Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Kristin Strock
Sydney Elana Diamond Diatom community shifts in response to volcanic activity and long-term climatic change in a high altitude South America lake
Conference: 31st Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Kristin Strock
Sydney Elana Diamond Diatom Community Shifts in Respnse to Volcanic Activity and Long-Term Climatic Change in a High Altitude South American Lake
Conference: Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Kristin Strock
Max Carlos Egener The Effects of Extreme Rain Events on Water Transparency and Stratification in Central Pennsylvania Reservior Ecosystems
Conference: Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Kristin Strock
Max Carlos Egener The effects of extreme rain events on water transparency and stratification in central Pennsylvania reservoir ecosystems
Conference: 31st Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Kristin Strock
Madeleine Ashleigh Jones Pipeline Perils in Pennsylvania: Contested Natural Gas Fracking and Transportation
Supported by: R&D Dana Research Assistant
Number of Weeks: 13
Heather Bedi
Caroline Rachel Kanaskie EPA-GRO Summer Internship
Supported by: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA-GRO program)
Number of Weeks: 10
Yueli Liang Bugs are friends and food: A trial in raising mealworms as a sustainable alternative to livestock
Conference: 31st Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Andrew Shriver McGowan Investigating the effects of coastal acidification on the metabolism of Zostera marina from South Bay, VA.
Conference: 31st Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Thomas Arnold
Helen Claire Schlimm Exploring Climate-Induced Changes in West Greenland Lakes
Supported by: R&D Dana Research Assistant
Number of Weeks: 2
Kristin Strock

2015

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Vanessa Ceja-Cervantes A Population Assessment of Painted Turtles at Wildwood Park
Conference: 30th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Harold Wingert
Max Carlos Egener Response of Reservoir Ecosystems to Extreme Rain Events: Informing Management through Stakeholder Collaborations
Supported by: Center for Sustainability Education
Number of Weeks: 8
Kristin Strock
Max Carlos Egener Protecting and Managing Laurel Lake in the Face of Environmental Change
Supported by: Appalachian Trail Conservancy
Number of Weeks: 8
Kristin Strock
Steven Michael Fitzpatrick Investigating the anaerobic digestion of organic waste to produce Biogas (CH4) and a nutrient-rich fertilizer
Conference: 2015 Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium; Student Sustainability Symposium
Supported by: Center for Sustainabilty Education
Matthew Steiman
Wendy Lorena Gomez Everyday Energy Justice in Bangladesh
Supported by: Community Studies CenterCommunity Studies CenterR&D SFR
Number of Weeks: 8
Heather Bedi
Jacqueline Goodwin Dickinson Energy Challenge Media
Conference: 2015 Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium; Student Sustainability Symposium
Supported by: Center for Sustainabilty Education
Michael Beevers
Mason Robert Hepner Wildlife Intern
Supported by: PA Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, Fort Indiantown Gap, PA
Number of Weeks: 8
Gwendolyn Klara Kennedy Investigating the anaerobic digestion of organic waste to produce Biogas and nutrient-rich fertilizer
Conference: 30th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Matthew Steiman
Gwendolyn Klara Kennedy Investigating the anaerobic digestion of organic waste to produce Biogas (CH4) and a nutrient-rich fertilizer
Conference: 2015 Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium; Student Sustainability Symposium
Supported by: Center for Sustainabilty Education
Matthew Steiman
Kerin Elise Maguire Urban Roosting: A Research and Project-Based Web Resource
Supported by: Mellon Digital Humanities Grant
Number of Weeks: 8
B Ashton Nichols
Timothy James O'Reilly Chinese tree-planting
Conference: Asia/Environment Student Research Conference
Supported by: Luce Foundation LIASE grant
Ann Hill
Sasha Parmet Reagan Food systems: observing the difference between Chinese habits and American food traditions
Conference: Asia/Environment Student Research Conference
Supported by: Luce Foundation LIASE grant
Ann Hill
Rachael Anne Sclafani EPA-GRO Summer Internship
Supported by: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA-GRO program)
Number of Weeks: 10
Kelsey Madeline Sloter Elasmobranch Abundances Inside and Around a Marine Protected Area Near South Caicos, Turks and Caicos
Conference: 30th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Joan Marie Smedinghoff Implementing Transit in Towns: a Case Study of the Carlisle Circulator
Conference: 2015 Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium; Student Sustainability Symposium
Supported by: Center for Sustainabilty Education
Michael Beevers
Andy Vargas Environmental consequences of coal mining in China since 1950
Conference: Asia/Environment Student Research Conference
Supported by: Luce Foundation LIASE grant
Ann Hill
Ronghui Zhou Climactic change in light of Chinese dynastic change.
Conference: Asia/Environment Student Research Conference
Supported by: Luce Foundation LIASE grant
Ann Hill
Tabea Klassen Zimmermann Reconstructing the effects of multiple stressors on algal communities in lakes with differing concentrations of dissolved organic carbon
Conference: 2015 Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography
Supported by: EPA-GRO GrantR&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Kristin Strock
Tabea Klassen Zimmermann Reconstructing the effects of multiple stressors on algal communities in lakes with differing concentrations of dissolved organic carbon
Conference: 30th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Kristin Strock
Tabea Klassen Zimmermann Understanding Climate-Driven Change in the Boreal Lakes of Isle Royale National Park
Number of Weeks: 6
Kristin Strock

2014

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Jack Carter Bryan Prioritizing Stream Remediation Efforts in Pennsylvania's Michaux State Forest
Conference: 2014 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Christine Josephine Burns An Evaluation of Harrisburg Street Trees: locating and prioritizing hotspots in need of tree maintenance
Conference: 2014 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Michael Stewart D'Aprix Designing, Building and Utilizing an Enterprise Geodatabase for the Dickinson College Campus
Conference: 2014 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Tucker Alden Deady Mapping the Unmapped Trails in Michaux State Forest, PA
Conference: 2014 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Mary Christine DiGiorgio How Diverse are our Trees? An Analysis of Dickinson College's Trees
Conference: 2014 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Anne Porter Dyroff Carlisle Running Routes with Difficulty
Conference: 2014 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Max Carlos Egener Deciphering the effects of climate change on Pennsylvania lake ecosystems
Supported by: R&D Dana Research Assistant
Number of Weeks: 8
Kristin Strock
Megan Jeanne Hansen Exploring a Potential Counteractive Method to Control the Effects of Isothiocyanates Released by Alliaria petiolata
Conference: 29th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Jill Marie Hautaniemi Factors Affecting the Spatial Distribution of the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (Adelges tsugae) in Cumberland Valley, PA
Conference: 2014 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
William Hardy Kochtitzky A Modern Analog to Map the Past: Lake Vegetation of the Bolivian Altiplano
Conference: 2014 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Jenna Renee LaRiviere Historical Barns: A Study on the Importance of Spatially Analyzing History
Conference: 2014 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Anna Elizabeth McGinn Mapping Access to Fresh Produce: Borough of Carlisle and North Middleton Township, PA
Conference: 2014 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Leslie Pigott Milliman The spatial distribution of weathering on Basse-Terre Island, Guadeloupe
Conference: 2014 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Elise Brouard Hooker Minichiello Effective Site Management Using GIS: Using Sophisticated GPS Equipment to Map the ALLARM Riparian Buffer
Conference: 2014 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Aleksander Perpalaj 3-D Mapping of Vatnsskar├░ Pillow Ridge Quarry, Iceland
Conference: 2014 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Jaime Nicole Phillips Joseph Priestley Award Recipients.
Conference: Mellon Digital Humanities Workshop
Supported by: Mellon Digital Humanities Grant
Matthew Kochis
Taylor Shelby Thompson Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination (TSD) of Painted turtles, Chrysemys picta
Conference: 2014 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Amanda Rose Vandenburg Crime Rate Analysis at Hunting Park in Philadelphia, PA
Conference: 2014 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Tabea Klassen Zimmermann EPA-GRO Summer Internship
Supported by: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA-GRO program)
Number of Weeks: 12
Elizabeth Harrity de la Reguera Upstream Catchment Basin Analysis of Baxter State Park, Maine
Conference: 2014 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca

2013

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Katherine Margaret Heacock Using GIS and Spatial Analysis to Assess of the Impacts of Off-road Motorcycle Racing in the Michaux State Forest
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Tyce Herrman,James Ciarrocca
Katherine Lynn McCusker Using GIS and Spatial Analysis to Assess of the Impacts of Off-road Motorcycle Racing in the Michaux State Forest
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Tyce Herrman,James Ciarrocca
Annaliese Marie Ramthun Using GIS and Spatial Analysis to Assess of the Impacts of Off-road Motorcycle Racing in the Michaux State Forest
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Tyce Herrman,James Ciarrocca

2012

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Alexander David Aflalo Habitat and Human Activity Constraints on Shorebird Populations of the Gulf Coast
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Alexander David Aflalo What Makes Suitable Habitat for Nesting Shorebirds on the Gulf Coast?
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Alexander David Aflalo Spatial Variations in Middle School Obesity in Pennsylvania: A Geographically-Weighted Regression Analysis
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Michael Alexander Blair The Viability of Alternative Dickinson Tour Routes
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Courtney Jean Blinkhorn Ranking Watersheds which May be Impacted by Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Development in WV
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Nicole Marie Boucher Nitrate Releases Over Three Years in the Western Ontario Sub-basin from point sources
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Lauren Celia Bruns Bicycle and Pedestrian Routes, Carlisle PA
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Tessa Sierra Cicak The Susquehannock Vacuum: Fort construction in relation to Native American Resettlements
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Tessa Sierra Cicak London in the Time of Cholera: Elevation and Disease
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Daniel Lawrence Conant Observed Changes in Lake Lillinonah, 1934-2006
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Michael Stewart D'Aprix Creating a Geodatabase: The Town of Kirkland, NY
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Michael Stewart D'Aprix Clinton, New York: Demographics and Land Use of a School District in Crisis.
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Jan Joseph Dida Web-based Interactive Trees Map of Dickinson College
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Luke Thomas Donohue Par Evaluation for Dickinson Campus Ultimate Frisbee Golf Course
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Daniel Ezekiel Ehrlich Predictive Analysis of Grave Sites
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Daniel Ezekiel Ehrlich Atlas of Mycenae
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Pearce Ferhan Erensel Bike Rack Replacement: A Follow Up Assessment
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
William Louis Erikson Mountain Creek Watershed and the Effects of Underlying Bedrock on Buffering Capacity and Trout Populations
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Caroline Elizabeth Evans An Assessment of Need for Health Programs for the Carlisle Health and Wellness Foundation
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Anna Rose Farb Effects of vermicompost in potting soils and extract foliar sprays on vegetable health and productivity
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
John Henson,Thomas Raffel
Anna Rose Farb Sustainable production of potting soil on the Dickinson College Farm
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Carolyn Beth Flower Inventory and Monitoring of the Salt River in Phoenix
Supported by: Arizona State University, Stromberg Lab, School of Life Sciences
Number of Weeks: 8
Nicholas James Foley Trees at Risk on Dickinson College Campus
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
David Kenneth Golden Analysis of Income Levels along the Appalachian Trail
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
David Kenneth Golden Forest Farming & Agroforestry at Dickinson College Farm
Supported by: Center for Sustainability Education
Number of Weeks: 8
Kristen Brubaker
Katherine Margaret Heacock Redistricting In the House: 2011 Pennsylvania Legislative Redistricting of the House of Representatives
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Natalie Kala Kormushoff Tsunami Inundation on the East Coast of the United States
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Junxing Lan Evaluation of land use impact on stream flow of Monocacy Creek, Northampton County, PA using hydrological modeling
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Candie Wilderman
Richmond Taliese Lauvai Carbon Dioxide Emissions of Dickinson Sports
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Kyle Robert Long Proposed Legacy Sediment Sites in the Gunpowder Watershed, MD
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Dylan Foster McNair Viking Trail Map Revision
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Elise Brouard Hooker Minichiello Hiking Resources in Dickinson College's Own Backyard
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Claire Ellen Persichetti Driving Distances Associated with CSA Food Distribution
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Claire Ellen Persichetti The Dickinson College Farm: Land Management Over Time
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Daniel Plekhov Spatial Analysis of Native American Resources and Potential for Use Today
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Daniel Plekhov Geographic Survey of Historic and Cultural Remains of Istanbul
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Annaliese Marie Ramthun Distance, travel time, and trip planning for the Dickinson College Outing Club
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Rebecca Katherine Rossi Evaluation of LIDAR for Locating Prehistoric Metarhyolite Quarry Sites on South Mountain in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Rebecca Katherine Rossi Preliminary Analysis of Proposed 2011 Pennsylvania Senate District Boundaries
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Brian Richard Sandrib Is The Siting of Coal Fired Power Plants in Pennsylvania an Environmental Justice Issue?
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
William Lyle Seward GPS Coordinate Point and Attribute Data Collection of Trees for the Dickinson College Arboretum.
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Dylan Patrick Shiffer Assessing the Impact of Marcellus Shale Gas Development in Pennsylvania on Sediment - Loading in the Chesapeake Bay
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Andrew Ennis Shoemaker Dickinson's Potential to Grow Warmer Climate Flora on the Academic Quad
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Andrew Ennis Shoemaker Flood Prevention on Dickinson's Campus
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
James Ciarrocca
Karl Johannes Smith Architectural Features at Camp Michaux
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Karl Johannes Smith Carlisle Then and Now
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Douglas Gage Swift Is Race Really Necessary? Determining the Effectiveness of Having a Racial Question on the US Census
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Douglas Gage Swift Using Disc Golf to Enhance a Community
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Nathan Douglas Toews Spatial Analysis of DEP Natural Gas Well Violations in Bradford County, Pennsylvania
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Nathan Douglas Toews Utilizing Database Driven Cartography for Dickinson ROTC Land Navigation Training
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Kathryn Scott Tomsho Water Monitoring Site Location in Greene County, PA & Cattaraugus County
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Elizabeth Caitlin Toutain Relationship Between Charcoal Pit Density & Iron Furnace Location on South Mountain, Pennsylvania
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Amanda Rose Vandenburg Environmental Racism around Pennsylvania Incinerators
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Taylor Marie Wilmot New Sources of Air Pollution for Rural Pennsylvania: Natural Gas Drilling in the Marcellus Shale
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Christopher Aaron Wolfe Prehistoric Portraits: Rock Art of the Cumberland Plateau, TN
Conference: EnvST 218 Fall 2011 GIS Class Presentations
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Christopher Aaron Wolfe Geospatial Analysis of Archaeobotanical Remains from Kala Uyuni, Taraco Peninsula, Bolivia
Conference: 2012 GIS Exposition and Poster Symposium
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca

2011

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Lily Margaret Bieber-Ham Population and Nesting Ecology of Painted Turtles (Chrysemys picta) in Pennsylvania
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Scott Boback
Lily Margaret Bieber-Ham Population Ecology of Central Pennsylvania Snake Communities
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Scott Boback
Cailey Vaughn Clark Portable PM2.5 Monitor Calibration and Validation for Diesel-Specific Air Pollution
Supported by: R&D Dana Research Assistant
Number of Weeks: 6
Gregory Howard

2010

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Cara Vogel Applestein A Study of Marcroinvertebrates & Water Quality on Hogestown Run, Cumberland County, PA
Conference: 2010 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Candie Wilderman
Michael Robert Biros Historic Coastlines of Cape Henlopen, Delaware
Conference: 2010 GIS Poster Exposition
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Michael Robert Biros Altered Landscapes: Exploring the Relationship between Architecture and the Environment
Conference: Senior Research Symposium
Supported by: Academic Affairs
Brendan Robert Gallagher A bathymetric Survey of the Huntsdale Pond
Conference: 2010 GIS Poster Exposition
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Danielle Kimberly Hoffman Biking in Carlisle PA
Conference: 2010 GIS Poster Exposition
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Andrew Woodward Kamerosky Dickinson College Solar
Conference: 2010 GIS Poster Exposition
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Vinca Lorraine Krajewski Using GIS to Examine Spatial Conflicts Between Floodplains and Permitted Natural Gas Wells in the Marcellus Shale Region of Bradford County, PA
Conference: 2010 GIS Poster Exposition
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Junxing Lan Evaluation of the Physical Characteristics of Hogestown Run, Cumberland County, PA with Reference to Possible Impact from Land Use in the Watershed
Conference: 2010 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Candie Wilderman
Gregory Everett Lasher Mapping Dickinson College: Building a digital spatial infratracture using GIS
Conference: 2010 GIS Poster Exposition
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Emily Brooke Lawrence Particulate Air Pollution & Health in Elementary School Students & Collegiate Distance Runners in Carlisle PA
Conference: 2010 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Lauren Howard
Emily Brooke Lawrence Protecting the health of Graveline Bay in Jackson County, Mississippi
Conference: 2010 GIS Poster Exposition
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Curtis Michael Lentz Implementing the 100 mile diet in Carlisle, PA
Conference: 2010 GIS Poster Exposition
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Maunette Gabriela Makowski Developing watershed maps for Wysox Creek Watershed Association
Conference: 2010 GIS Poster Exposition
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Kristin April Meseck Dickinson Campus Tree Database
Conference: 2010 GIS Poster Exposition
Supported by: GIS Course
James Ciarrocca
Daniel Priestaf Myers A students critique of the Dickinson Master Plan: Redesigning Dickinsons campus for optimal useage
Conference: 2010 GIS Poster Exposition
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Kerri Megan Oddenino An analysis of the spatial relationships between Marcellus shale gas drilling sites in Pennsylvania and aspects of the surrounding landscape
Conference: 2010 GIS Poster Exposition
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Kerri Megan Oddenino An Analysis of the Spatial Relationship between Marcellus Shale Gas Drilling Sites in PA & Aspects of the Surrounding Landscape
Conference: 2010 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
James Ciarrocca
Mary Rita Pysnik From Stem to Stomach: Fruit sustainability of the Carlisle Area
Conference: 2010 GIS Poster Exposition
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Ryan Patrick Shears DEPAS of Mycenae Geovisualization and Database Development
Conference: 2010 Senior Research Symposium
Supported by: Academic Affairs
James Ciarrocca
Ryan Patrick Shears DEPAS of Mycenae Geovisualization and Database Development
Conference: 2010 GIS Poster Exposition
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca
Casey Candice Stock Students at Dickinson typically drive to businesses that are within walking distance of campus. Since sustainability is one of Dickinson's key dimensions, driving to nearby locations is counterintuitive. Also, Carlisle is a very community-rich city that
Conference: 2010 GIS Poster Exposition
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
James Ciarrocca

2008

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Danielle Marie Cioce Ferguson The Aquatic Toxicology of Organochlorine Pesticides in Sediment in the Letort Spring Run, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.
Conference: Annual Science Dinner
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Candie Wilderman

2007

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Cristina Maria Cardona Mt. Rock Spring Health Assessment using Macroinvertebrates
Conference: Annual Science Dinner
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Audrey Jean Fisher-Pedersen Cultures of Farming in Perry County: Implications for Local Environmental Management
Conference: 2007 Senior Research Symposium
Supported by: Academic Affairs
Elizabeth Dryden Schrang The Effect of Best Management Practices on Water Chemistry on Mount Rock Spring Creek in Cumberland County, PA
Conference: Annual Science Dinner
Supported by: Science Executive Committee

2006

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Brian W Bytnar Investigation of Native and Invasive Riparian Plant Species Succession at Siloam Dam Reclamation Area, Chambersburg, PA
Conference: Sixth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Lauren E Ertz Pedersen, B.S., and Hanifin, R.C. 2006. Determining forest canopy structure with a laser rangefinder: Split beams and measurement accuracy. Ecological Society of America 91st Annual Meeting, Memphis, Tennessee, Abstracts.
Brian Pedersen
Robert C Hanifin The Effects of White-tailed Deer Herbivory on Light Utilization in Forest Systems
Conference: Sixth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Brian Pedersen
Robert C Hanifin Canopy structure differences in two mixed-deciduous forests subject to different intensities of deer herbivory and Light utilization efficiency in two mixed-deciduous forests subject to different intensities of deer herbivory
Conference: Mid-Atlantic Ecology Conference
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Brian Pedersen
Robert C Hanifin Hanifin, R.C., and Pedersen, B.S. 2006. Canopy structure differences in two mixed-deciduous forests subject to different intensities of deer herbivory. Mid-Atlantic Ecology Conference, Branchville, New Jersey, Abstracts, p. 7.
Brian Pedersen
Meghan Rebecca Klasic The Use of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (SAV) as a BioIndicator for Letort Spring Run, Cumberland Valley, PA
Conference: Sigma Xi 2006 Eastern Colleges Conference
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Candie Wilderman
Meghan Rebecca Klasic The Use of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (SA 1-9 as a Bio-indicator for Letort Spring Run, Cumberland County, PA
Conference: Sixth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Ross William Koenig Pedersen, B.S., and Hanifin, R.C. 2006. Light utilization efficiency in two mixed-deciduous forests subject to different intensities of deer herbivory. Mid-Atlantic Ecology Conference, Branchville, New Jersey, Abstracts, p. 13.
Brian Pedersen
Julia Grace Lazar Avian Diversity on the Kunene River: Perspectives and Potential Implications of Proposed Dam Sites
Conference: Sixth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Scott Lawrence Morello An Exploratory Assessment of Bixler Run in Perry County, PA as a Current and Potential Trout Fishery
Conference: Sixth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Scott Lawrence Morello An Exploratory Assessment of Bixler Run in Perry County, PA, as a Potential Trout Fishery
Conference: Sigma Xi 2006 Eastern Colleges Conference
Candie Wilderman
Sarah E Scow Reproductive adaptations of chestnut oak (Quercus prinus) to herbivory and cache predation
Conference: Mid-Atlantic Ecology Conference
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Harold Wingert
Sarah E Scow Reproductive Adaptations of Chestnut Oak (Quercus prinus) to Herbivory and Cache Predation.
Conference: Sixth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Harold Wingert

2005

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Julia Allison Barton Barton, J.A., and Pedersen, B.S. 2005. Are overabundant deer in a Pennsylvania wildlife preserve eating all the tree seeds? Ecological Society of America Mid-Atlantic Chapter Ecology Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, Poster Abstracts, p. 3.
Brian Pedersen
Julia Allison Barton Are overabundant deer in a Pennsylvania wildlife preserve eating all the tree seeds?
Conference: Mid-Atlantic Ecology Conference of the Ecological Society of America
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Brian Pedersen
Claire Louise Foster Calibrating Remote and Ground Surveys of Allegheny Woodrat (Neotoma magister) Habitat in the Pennsylvania Ridge and Valley Provinces
Conference: Fifth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Janet Wright
Gregory Dean Fuller The Influence of Land Uses on Male Euglossine Bees as Possible Bio-indicators of Ecosystem Health in Costa Rica
Conference: Fifth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Cassie Beth Gurbisz Do the Corallvorous Gastropods, Coralliophia abbreviata and Coralliophila caribaea, Pose a Significant Threat to the Status of Acropora palmata Populations of South Caicos, Turks and Ozicos Islands?
Conference: Fifth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Robert C Hanifin Influence of Deer Herbivory on Light Utilization by Forests
Supported by: R&D Student Faculty Research Endowment Award
Number of Weeks: 8
Brian Pedersen

2004

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Jessica Martin Durkota Analysis of Rural South African Drinking Water Sources, Treatments and Storage Facilitites
Conference: Safe Water 2003 Conference at Spelman College
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Brian Pedersen
Jessica Martin Durkota Forest Stand Structure and Species Composition in a Wildlife Preserve Subject to Extreme Deer Herbivory
Conference: Fourth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Brian Pedersen
Jessica Martin Durkota Forest stand structure and species composition in a wildlife preserve subject to extreme deer herbivory
Brian Pedersen
Jessica Martin Durkota Durkota, J.M., and Pedersen, B.S. 2004. Forest stand structure and species composition in a wildlife preserve subject to extreme deer herbivory. Ecological Society of America Mid-Atlantic Ecology Conference, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Abstracts, p. 7.
Brian Pedersen
Claire Louise Foster Rock Patch Maps: Spatial Habitat Analysis of Allegheny Woodrat Metapopulations at the Periphery of the Species Range
Conference: Fourth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Janet Wright
Robert C Hanifin A cross-section of history: An interdisciplinary view of tree rings
Conference: n/a
Supported by: Dickinson College
Brian Pedersen
Alexander Levan Hoffmeier Quantifying Acorn Removal by Seed Predators in a Wildlife Preserve, South-central Pennsylvania
Conference: Fourth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Brian Pedersen
Alexander Levan Hoffmeier Hoffmeier, A.L., and Pedersen, B.S. 2004. Quantifying acorn removal by seed predators in a wildlife preserve, south-central Pennsylvania. Ecological Society of America Mid-Atlantic Ecology Conference, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Abstracts, p. 11.
Brian Pedersen
Jessica L Howard Pedersen, B.S., and Howard, J.L. 2004. The influence of canopy gaps on overstory tree and forest growth rates in a mature mixed-age, mixed-species forest. Forest Ecology and Management, 196:351-366.
Brian Pedersen
Ross William Koenig Pears, S.L., Pedersen, B.S. and Hanifin, R.C. 2004. Effect of gypsy moth outbreaks on the growth rates of surviving host and non-host trees in a mixed deciduous forest. Ecological Society of America Mid-Atlantic Ecology Conference, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Abstracts, p. 16.
Brian Pedersen
Ruth Mary Oldham The Relationship Between Stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum) Invasion and the Presence of Earthworms in Reineman Wildlife Sanctuary, Pennsylvania
Conference: Fourth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Sarah Lynn Pears Pears, S.L., Pedersen, B.S. and Hanifin, R.C. 2004. Effect of gypsy moth outbreaks on the growth rates of surviving host and non-host trees in a mixed deciduous forest. Ecological Society of America Mid-Atlantic Ecology Conference, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Abstracts, p. 16.
Brian Pedersen
Emily Elizabeth Rhode Biological Indicators of Disease Resistance in the Seagrass Thalassia testudinum
Conference: Fourth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Thomas Arnold
Angela M Wallis Pedersen, B.S., and Wallis, A.M. 2004. Effects of white-tailed deer herbivory on forest gap dynamics in a wildlife preserve, Pennsylvania, USA. Natural Areas Journal, 24:82-94.
Brian Pedersen

2003

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Bree Lenore Bennett The Economic and Ecological Effects of Shrimp Trawling on Three Indicator Species Groups in Bahia Magdalena
Conference: Third Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Pamela Jean Cowher Wilderman, C.C. and Cowher, P. ('03), 2003. A Report on the State of the Conodoguinet Creek, based on Data Collected by the CCWA from 1998-2002, powerpoint presentation and handouts.
Candie Wilderman
Christopher John Graham Casper, E.A., Graham, C.J., Laws, K.L. , and Pedersen, B.S. 2003. Light transmission through a forest canopy. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, 76:111.
Brian Pedersen
Robert C Hanifin Quantifying acorn removal by seed predators in a wildlife preserve
Conference: Mid-Atlantic Ecology Conference of the Ecological Society of America
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Brian Pedersen
Alexander Levan Hoffmeier Quantifying acorn removal by seed predators in a wildlife preserve
Conference: Mid-Atlantic Ecology Conference of the Ecological Society of America
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Brian Pedersen
Sarah Lynn Pears Pedersen, B.S. and Pears, S.L. 2003. Teaching simulation modeling from the ground up. Joint Meeting of the Ecological Society of America (88th Annual) and the International Society of Ecological Modelling (North American Chapter). Savannah, Georgia, Abstracts, p. 264.
Brian Pedersen
Sarah Lynn Pears Response of mixed hardwood forests to gypsy herbifoy and drought; a dendroecological analysis moth.
Supported by: Whitaker Foundation Student Faculty Research Award
Number of Weeks: 8
Brian Pedersen
Elyse Ann Rhodin Casper, E.A., Graham, C.J., Laws, K.L. , and Pedersen, B.S. 2003. Light transmission through a forest canopy. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, 76:111.
Brian Pedersen
Angela M Wallis Pedersen, B.S., and Wallis, A.M. 2003. Canopy gap replacement failure in a Pennsylvania forest preserve subject to extreme deer herbivory. Pages 265-266 in J.W. Van Sambeek, J.O. Dawson, F. Ponder, Jr., E.F. Loewenstein, and J.S. Fralish, editors. Proceedings of the 13th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. GTR-NC-234. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, North Central Research Station, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Brian Pedersen

2002

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Jessica L Howard Pedersen, B.S., Howard, J.L., Wallis, A.M., and Pears, S.L. 2002. Influence of canopy gaps, vines, and cambial damage by deer on understory tree growth rates. Ecological Society of America 87th Annual Meeting and Society of Ecological Restoration 14th Annual International Conference, Tucson, Arizona, Abstracts, p. 406.
Brian Pedersen
Sarah Lynn Pears Pedersen, B.S., Howard, J.L., Wallis, A.M., and Pears, S.L. 2002. Influence of canopy gaps, vines, and cambial damage by deer on understory tree growth rates. Ecological Society of America 87th Annual Meeting and Society of Ecological Restoration 14th Annual International Conference, Tucson, Arizona, Abstracts, p. 406.
Brian Pedersen
Angela M Wallis Pedersen, B.S., Howard, J.L., Wallis, A.M., and Pears, S.L. 2002. Influence of canopy gaps, vines, and cambial damage by deer on understory tree growth rates. Ecological Society of America 87th Annual Meeting and Society of Ecological Restoration 14th Annual International Conference, Tucson, Arizona, Abstracts, p. 406.
Brian Pedersen
Angela M Wallis Canopy Gap Replacement Failure in a Pennsylvania Forest Preserve Subject to Extreme Deer Herbivory.
Conference: Second Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Brian Pedersen
Angela M Wallis Canopy gap replacement failure in a Pennsylvania forest preserve subject to extreme deer herbivory
Conference: 13th Central Hardwood Forest Conference
Supported by: R&D Student Initiative Fund (SIF)
Brian Pedersen
Rebecca K Woldt The Nutrient Removal Capacity of Mill Pond and N Attenuation.
Conference: Second Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department

2001

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Christiana Grace Briddell Suppression of lettuce germination by allelopathic cover crops
Conference: 77th Annual Meeting of the PA Academy of Science
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
Kirsten Hural
Jeremy David Coerper Earthwatch
Supported by: Earthwatch
Number of Weeks: 8
Brian Pedersen
Jessica Leslie Frie Wilderman, C.C. and Johnston, J. ('01), August, 2001. Analysis of Data Collected by the Stonycreek-Conemaugh River Improvement Project (SCRIP), 1997-2000. 30 pp.
Candie Wilderman
Jessica L Howard Pedersen, B.S., and Howard, J.L. ('01). 2001. Do forest canopy gaps enhance the stem diameter growth of adjacent overstory trees? Ecological Society of America 86th Annual Meeting, Madison, Wisconsin, Abstracts, p. 328.
Brian Pedersen
Jessica L Howard Earthwatch
Supported by: Earthwatch
Number of Weeks: 8
Brian Pedersen
Jessica L Howard Do forest canopy gaps enhance the stem diameter growth of adjacent overstory trees?
Conference: Ecological Society of America 86th Annual Meeting
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
Brian Pedersen
Jessica L Howard Spatial relationships between understory tree growth rates and canopy gaps
Conference: 77th Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science
Supported by: R&D Student Initiative Fund (SIF)
Brian Pedersen
Jessica L Howard Spatial relationships between understory tree growth rates and canopy gaps.
Conference: 77th Annual Meeting of the PA Academy of Science
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
Brian Pedersen
Jessica L Howard Howard, Jessica L. ('01), and Pedersen, Brian S. 2001. Spatial relationships between understory tree growth rates and canopy gaps. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, 74:134.
Brian Pedersen
Erik Ivan Johnson Johnson, E. I. ('01), and Wilderman, C.C. 2001. Preliminary results of a study on the response of diatom communities to a fish hatchery's discharge in the Yellow Breeches Creek, Cumberland County, PA. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, 74:134.
Candie Wilderman
Erik Ivan Johnson Preliminary results of a study on the response of diatom communities to a fish hatchery's discharge in the Yellow Breeches Creek, Cumberland County, PA
Conference: 77th Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences
Supported by: Dickinson College
Candie Wilderman
Jaclyn Hellyer Johnston Wilderman, C.C. and Johnston, J. ('01) September, 2001. Analysis of Data Collected by the Coplay Creek Monitoring Group, a Project of the Lehigh Valley Chapter of the Sierra Club, 1997-2000. 33 pp.
Candie Wilderman
Nicholas Scott Skowronski Skowronski, Nicholas S. ('01), and Pedersen, Brian S. 2001. Modeling the future tree community structure of a forest severely effected by deer herbivory. 77th Annual Meeting of the PA Academy of Science, March 30-April 1, 2001; Monroeville PA. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, 74:148.
Brian Pedersen
Nicholas Scott Skowronski Modeling the future tree community structure of a forest severely effected by deer herbivory.
Conference: 77th Annual Meeting of the PA Academy of Science, March 30-April 1, 2001; Monroeville PA.
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
Brian Pedersen
Angela M Wallis Extreme Herbivory by Deer at Reineman Wildlife Sanctuary: Are today's forest canopy gaps the future forest?
Supported by: Whitaker Foundation Student Faculty Research Award
Number of Weeks: 8
Brian Pedersen

2000

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Christiana Grace Briddell The Mully Grub: Community Partnerships for Stream Restoration Part 1: A Scientific Assessment of he Impact of Urban Runoff on the Mully Grub and the Letort Spring Run
Conference: Community Studies Center Student Research Colloquium
Supported by: Community Studies Center
Jessica L Howard Understanding forest responses to environmental stresses: tree growth in response to slow and fast gaps
Supported by: Whitaker Foundation Student Faculty Research Award
Number of Weeks: 8
Brian Pedersen
Daniel Evan Jannone A description and history of the Reineman Wildlife Sanctuary Forest (Perry County, Pennsylvania).
Conference: 76th Annual Meeting of the PA Academy of Science
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
Brian Pedersen
Daniel Evan Jannone Jannone, Daniel E. ('00), and Pedersen, Brian S. 2000. A description and history of the Reineman Wildlife Sanctuary Forest (Perry County, Pennsylvania). 76th Annual Meeting of the PA Academy of Science, April 14-16, 2000; Wyomissing, PA. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, 73:161.
Brian Pedersen
Jaclyn Hellyer Johnston Integrated Floor Management Techniques in an Orange and Mango Orchard
Conference: Community Studies Center Student Research Colloquium
Supported by: Community Studies Center
Alexis Germain Schoppe The Open Sky: A Biointensive/Organic Demonstration Mini-Farm at Dickinson College.
Conference: Community Studies Center Student Research Colloquium
Supported by: Community Studies Center
Amy Marie Vezina The Mully Grub: Community Partnerships for Stream Restoration Part II: The Design & Implementation of a Mitigation Project on the Mully Grub
Conference: Community Studies Center Student Research Colloquium
Supported by: Community Studies Center
Karen Nicole Vorhees The Spatial Distribution of Stream Vulnerability to Acid Deposition in PA and its Relationship to Local Watershed Characteristics, Based on a Decade of Volunteer Monitoring by the Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM).
Gregory Robert Walker A census of White-tailed deer by pellet counting at the Reineman Wildlife Sanctuary (Perry County, PA)
Conference: 76th Annual Meeting of the PA Academy of Science
Supported by: Environmental Studies Department
Brian Pedersen
Gregory Robert Walker Walker, Gregory R. ('00), and Pedersen, Brian S. 2000. A census of White-tailed deer by pellet counting at the Reineman Wildlife Sanctuary (Perry County, PA). 76th Annual Meeting of the PA Academy of Science, April 14-16, 2000; Wyomissing, PA. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, 73:183.
Brian Pedersen

1998

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Karen Nicole Vorhees The Spatial Distribution of Stream Vulnerability to Acid Deposition in PA and its Relationship to Local Watershed Characteristics, Based on a Decade of Volunteer Monitoring by the Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM)
Conference: Pennsylvania Acidic Deposition Conference

1997

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Stefanie Christine Rosti Preliminary results of a study on the distribution and composition of diatom communities along a complex pollution gradient in the Letort Spring Run, Cumberland County, PA
Conference: Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences 73rd Annual Meeting
Stefanie Christine Rosti Preliminary results of a study on the distribution and composition of diatom communities along a complex pollution gradient in the Letort Spring Run, Cumberland County, PA
Ann Marie Yoachim ALLARM: a model for service-learning.
Conference: Northeast Environmental Studies (NEES) program directors' annual meeting
Supported by: ALLARM Program

1991

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Christine Reuss Wisnewski Analysis of Patterns and Causes of Variation in and Alkalinity Concentrations in Pennsylvania Streams during 1989, using data Collected by the Alliance for Acid Rain Monitoring (ALLARM)

1990

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Thomas James Wisnewski Analysis of Patterns and Causes of variation in PH and Alkalinity concentration in Pennsylvania Streams
Supported by: Whitaker Foundation Student Faculty Research Award
Number of Weeks: 8
Candie Wilderman