Graduate Degree Completions

Graduate Degree Completions

The following students are congratulated for completing their degrees.

Degrees completed in 2021

  • Jessica Domino (PhD) Missing Magmas: An Interdisciplinary Study of the Fate of Fluids in the Flat Slab Region of Central Chile
  • Kely Amejecor (MS)Water Quality and Remote Sensing: A Preliminary Study on the Effects of Harmful Algal blooms (HABs) on Ponds and Lakes in Upstate New York and Pennsylvania
  • Austin Scheer (MS) Harmful Algal Bloom Detection Through the use of Unmanned Autonomous Systems
  • Elizabeth Skaggs (MS)Automated River Detection of Inferred Fluvial Features from Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Imagery on Saturn’s Moon, Titan
  • Josefina Vizcaino (MS) Characterizing the Transition from High Energy Deposits of the Trenton Group Limestone to Lower Energy Deposits of the Flat Creek Shale in the Taconic Foreland Basin, Eastern Mohawk Valley, New York State
  • Monica Walton (MS) The Thermochemical Analysis of Potassic-chloro-hastingsite and the Computation of Cl-brine Concentrations in Paragneisses in the Black Rock Forest, Cornwall, NY

Degrees completed in 2022

Nicholas Balrup (MS) Efficient Detection and Quantification of Methane Emissions from Abandoned Oil and Gas Wells

  • Lauren Bunce (MS)Significance of Spring Inflow to Great Salt Lake
  • Matthew Cameron (MS)Historic and Modern Coastal Erosion on Lake Ontario, Niagara and Orleans Counties, NY
  • Caroline Hoctor (MS)Seasonal variation in Stormwater Retention Pond Behavior on the Binghamton University Campus
  • Kennie Leet (PhD)Origins of Chert, Lake Magadi Basin, Kenya
  • Louis Meyer (MS)Microbialites of Fayetteville Green and Round Lakes: Mapping, Imagery, and Geophysical Investigations
  • Ethan Penner (MS)Neotectonics of the McGregor Fault, NY
  • Tyler Rust (PhD)Characterization of Marine Mudstones: Towards a Statistical Approach to Interpret XRF Data
  • Mebrahtu Weldeghebriel (PhD)Secular Variability in Major, Minor and Trace Element Composition of Phanerozoic and Neoproterozoic Seawater: Evidence from Fluid Inclusions in Marine Halite