CSDMS meeting 2022 abstract list

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Annual Meeting 2022
Environmental Extremes and Earthscape Evolution (E4)


Number of submitted abstracts: 49

NameAbstract title postersPoster
Afolabi, Matthew (He/him) Wave and fluvial discharge interaction along a multichannel delta coastline: A numerical modelling analysislink=https://csdms.colorado.edu/csdms_wiki/images/SJH - CSDMS2022_mattAfolabi0505.pdf
Aranguiz, Tamara (She/Her/Ella) Modeling the effects of detachment and entrainment of sediment in fault-crossing channels in strike-slip faults
Arcuri, Josie (she/her/hers) Modeling icy riverbank erosion into permafrost
Barnes, Richard (He/Him/His) Fill-Spill-Merge: Fast flow modeling in nested depressions
Best, Kelsea (she, her) Comparing multiple methods of decision-making in an agent-based model of environmental migration
Cohen, Sagy Spatial Trends and Drivers of Bedload and Suspended Sediment Fluxes in Global Rivers
Cúñez, Fernando David Role of fluid-drag force and particle interactions on shape-induced segregation in sediment transport
Dale, Jedidiah (he/him) Disentangling controls on bedrock valley morphology of the Upper Mississippi River Valley
Daud Masungulwa, Ntambila Simon (he/him) Elucidating the Magma Plumbing System of the Active Volcano Ol Doinyo Lengai, Natron Rift, Tanzania Using Geodesy and Numerical ModelingDaud poster 60x36in CSDMS Workshop.png
Davis, Julianne Delta progradation and lake infilling in the Peace-Athabasca Delta, CanadaDavis CSDMS Poster Final.png
DeLisle, Clarke (He/Him) Insights from new model for river incision accounting for stochastic water and sediment discharge
Dunn, Campbell (she/her) The Depression Hierarchy and Python Bindings: Quantifying Internally-Drained Regions
Feehan, Scott Exploring the utility of a probability-based river bed evolution model
Gabel, Vanessa Rivers and Rocks: A New Model for River Profile Evolution with Heterogeneous Substrate and Bedload Transport
García-Sánchez, Guillermo Developments towards global coupled ocean modelling of waves and storm surges.
Gelfenbaum, Guy Modeling Tsunami Inundation and Sediment Transport to Characterize Earthquake Source Parameters from Tsunami Deposits
Geller, Tina (she/her) Implementing a numerical hydrodynamic model for an Arctic estuary
Gillen, Megan (she/her) Understanding shoreface equilibrium morphology: combining geologic and wave climate data with an energetics-based model
Gonzalez, Christian Riverbank stability and cross-stream sediment diffusion governed by turbulence
Gorr, Alexander ProDF: A reduced-complexity model for debris-flow inundation
Gray, Harrison Comparing sedimentological facies with modeled sediment transport pathways in fault scarp environments
Guryan, Grace (she/her) Channel Incision in Layered Rocks: Insights from the SPACE Model
Idowu, Dorcas Megacities and Climate Change: An environmental implication of Urbanization on Ten Megacities in different climatic regions.IDOWUCSDMSPOSTER.png
Istanbulluoglu, Erkan How does precipitation variability control bedload response across a mountainous channel network?
Jenkins, Chris Event Severity vs Frequency for a Patch of Seabed using Extreme Value Analysis (EVA)
Keck, Jeffrey Mass Wasting Router: A watershed-scale sediment production and transport model
Kelley, Madeline (she/her) A new explanation for bedrock-pediment incisions under toe-moving conditions described as a diffusive system
Kuhasubpasin, Boontigan (She/Her) Examining connections between tectonic stress fields, fault development, and drainage patterns on a global scale
Langston, Abigail (she/her) Modeling the development of wide bedrock valleys as a function of collapsed bedrock block size, bed sediment, and discharge variability
Lipp, Alex (He/Him) Generating geochemical maps from river sediment samples: an inverse modelling approach
Litwin, David (he/him) Evolving hydrological landscapes: diverse morphologies and hydrological processes emerge from a coupled hydrogeomorphic model
Liu, Haoran Physical Impacts on Biogeochemical Dynamics of a Lagoon- Estuary System
Madoff, Risa (she/her/hers) Regional Erosion Rates Show Strong Climate-Driven Variability in the Arctic Since the LGMRisa Poster 4 - Copy.png
Moulton, Melissa Coupling hydrology and ocean models to forecast pathways of contaminants from land to the ocean during extreme flood events
Narayanan, Anuska (she/her) Sediment Response to Deforestation in the Amazon River Basin
Nimni, Nishat Farzana (She/Her/Hers) Coupled Modeling of Storm Surge and Fluvial Flooding of Maryland Coastal Bays
Overeem, Irina (she/her) Sediment Transport in Permafrost Landscapes
Pierce, Ethan (he/him/his) Numerical modeling of subglacial sediment entrainment
Ruiz Sánchez-Oro, Marina (She/her) Concavity controls on river incision in precipitation-dominated settings
Sanks, Kelly (she/her) Marsh deposition has a first-order control on channel properties and kinematics in an experimental river delta
Sheehan, Christopher Modeling Future Sediment Transport Variations at a Watershed-Scale Using Landlab: A Preliminary Example from the Chestatee River in Northern Georgia, USA.
Sherwood, Chris (he/his) Modeling an Exceptional Barrier-Island Erosion Event with an Ocean Model
Shobe, Charles (he/him) Inverting passive margin stratigraphy for marine sediment transport dynamics over geologic time
Sincavage, Ryan The influence of geologically instantaneous, event-scale processes on basin-scale sediment dispersal patterns
Stoica, Maria The Scientific Variables Ontology: What is it and how can it help you?
Talebpour, Mahdad Sensitivity of high-resolution WRF model to initialization starting point
Undzis, Brianna Implementation of a Hydrodynamic - Sediment Transport Model for the Beaufort Sea Shelf
Vulis, Lawrence (he/him) Multiscale analysis of shoreline structure to classify river deltas
Zhang, Mel (she/her) The Seismic Signature of Tree-Captured Wind