Whether conducting an Ichthyosaur dig in Wyoming, studying the impact of shrinking wetlands systems, or forecasting severe storms in our weather center—the learning experience in each of the earth sciences is driven by a spirit of scientific inquiry and creative discovery. Through our close student-professor collaborations, with an emphasis on field work and research, and high academic standards, students prepare for careers in the earth sciences and its many related disciplines.

Collected here are honors theses produced by students in the Department of the Earth Sciences at the College at Brockport.

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Theses from 2015

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Assessment of the Stratigraphic Controls on Deltaic Subsidence in the Mississippi River Delta, Nicole DeRose

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An Analysis of U.S. and World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal for Energy from 1980 to 2012, Kadir Goz

Theses from 2013

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The Role of Topography on the 7 June 2012 Tornadic Supercell near Wheatland, WY, Danielle LaFlamme

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Climate Change in Buffalo, NY, Jennifer Stanonis

Theses from 2012

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Interactions Between Land Use and Local Lithology on Phosphorus Distribution in Northrup Creek Sediments, Monroe County, New York, Amanda Napieralski