Students’ Research & Presentations

 

 

8th Annual University of Wisconsin System Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity, University of Wisconsin-Stout April 20, 2007

 

  1. Potential Earthquakes in Wisconsin and it influence on the Population and Transportation. Mathew J. Goodman (Dr. William Bajjali)

 

  1. The Use of GIS to Understand the Geology of Earthquakes in North America; Case Study from California and Alaska Reed A. Coil (Dr. William Bajjali)

 

  1. Analyzing the Potential Flood in USA in GIS Environment; Case Study from Kansas William Whirry (Dr. William Bajjali)

 

8th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of Wisconsin-Superior May 5, 2006

 

  1. Radioactive Tritium in Precipitation and Groundwater and its Implication in Applied Hydrogeology.  David Hooper, (Dr. William Bajjali)

 

  1. The Potential Effects of the Sarona Lanfill on the Environment.  Paul R. Lehman and Zachary M. Polaske, (Dr. William Bajjali)

 

  1. Water Quality Assesment of Newton Creek of Superior, Wisconsin  Eric D. Johnson* and Nicklas R. Sandstrom*, (Dr. William Bajjali)

 

  1. Earthquakes Occurance along Sant Andreas Fault in Western California and its Potential Effects on the Population.  Jill A. Wallin* and Kara J. Kent*, (Dr. William Bajjali)

 

  1. Groundwater Evaluation in Wisconsin using GIS techniques.  Anthony J. Bartolerio*, and Matthew W. Schlapper*, (Dr. William Bajjali)

 

 

6th Annual UW System Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity, University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh, April 28, 2005

  1. Potential Effects of Solid Waste Disposal on Groundwater of the Moccasin Mike Sanitary Landfill. Michele A. Rogers and Mary L. Munn (Dr. William Bajjali).
  2. Radioactive Tritium Level in Precipitation and Groundwater in Wisconsin and it Applications in Hydrogeology.  David A.  Hooper (Dr. William Bajjali)
  3. Spatial Relationship between bar, schools and churches in Superior, Wisconsin. John Cavanaugh (Dr. William Bajjali).

 

 

7th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of Wisconsin-Superior May 6, 2005

  1. The Lake Superior Research Institute GIS analysis Application. Steve Hagedorn (Dr. William Bajjali)
  2. Saline Groundwater and population in Wisconsin. John Cavanaugh (Dr. William Bajjali).
  3. Radioactive Tritium Level in Precipitation and Groundwater in Wisconsin and it Applications in Hydrogeology.  David A.  Hooper (Dr. William Bajjali)
  4. Potential Effects of Solid Waste Disposal on Groundwater of the Moccasin Mike Sanitary Landfill. Michele A. Rogers and Mary L. Munn (William Bajjali).

 

 

6th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of Wisconsin-Superior April 30, 2004

  1. Radioactive Occurrence in Wisconsin Groundwater as a Tool for Dating and Potential Harmful Effects.  Steve Hagedorn (Dr. William Bajjali)
  2. Geochemical Evolution of Groundwater in Wisconsin Based on the Content of the Salinity and Nitrate.  Paul Schueller and Justin Van De Hey (Dr. William Bajjali)
  3. Distribution of Cladoceran Zooplankton in the Great Lakes using GIS Environment.  Michael Travis (Dr. Mary Balcer and Dr. William Bajjali)
  4. A Study of Dragonflies in Empire Bog, Empire Wilderness Area, Douglas County.  Julie Pleski (Dr. William Bajjali, Mr. Robert DuBois)
  5. Using GIS as a Data Management Tool to Characterize the Contaminants Discharging Toward Lake Superior.  Josh Zika (Dr. William Bajjali)
  6. Ecological Evaluation of Superior School Forest Using GIS Technique.  Laura Bosak, Paul Schueller, and Josh Zika (Dr. Mary Balcer and Dr. William Bajjali)
  7. Study of Incoming Students to the Continuing Education Program at the University of Wisconsin - Superior.  Justin A. Van DeHey (Dr. William Bajjali and Ms. Sheryl Homan)
  8. Data Collection and Design to Create a Handicapped Accessibility map at UWS Using GIS  Steve Hagedorn, Genelle Lamont, and Zakary Thumbi (Dr. William Bajjali)

 

5th Annual University of Wisconsin System - Symposium for undergraduate Research and Creative Activity University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh April 28, 2004

  1. Ecological Evaluation of Superior School Forest Using GIS Technique.  Laura Bosak, Paul Schueller, and Josh Zika (Dr. Mary Balcer and Dr. William Bajjali)
  2. A stroll through Geologic Time at Amnicon Falls.  Emily Loomis and David Lamont (Dr. William Bajjali)
  3. A Study of Dragonflies in Empire Bog, Empire Wilderness Area, Douglas County.  Julie Pleski (Dr. William Bajjali)
  4. Data Collection and Design to Create a Handicapped Accessibility map at UWS Using GIS Steve Hagedorn, Genelle Lamont, and Zakary Thumbi (Dr. William Bajjali)

 

 

Symposium for Undergraduate Research at University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire (April 29, 2003)

  1. Andrew Ernst and Bruce Peura (Dr. William Bajjali) Landfill Investigation of Shallow Groundwater Quality of Lake Superior.
  2. Joshua Watten (Dr. William Bajjali) Tree Mapping of the Campus of University of Wisconsin – Superior using GIS.
  3. Michael Anderson  (Dr. William Bajjali) Health Care Services and Facilities in Duluth, MN and Superior
  4. Jennifer Rico  (Dr. William Bajjali)  Japanese American Internment Project

 

5th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of Wisconsin-Superior May, 2002

1.      Jennifer Rico (Dr. William Bajjali) Japanese American Internment Project

2.      Michael R. Anderson (Dr. William Bajjali) Health Care Services and Facilities in Duluth, MN and Superior, WI

3.      Andrew Ernst and Bruce Peura (Dr. William Bajjali) Landfill Investigation of Shallow Groundwater Quality of Lake Superior

 

Professional Conferences

 

  1. Selected Wisconsin Groundwater Contaminants Exceeding EPA Standards and Factors Contributing.  2004 Technical Conference Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, Wisconsin Ground Water Association, May 14, 2004.

 

  1. Groundwater Evaluation in Wisconsin Using Chemical and Radioactive Environmental Isotope Techniques in GIS Environment. 91st Annual Meeting of the National Council for Geographic Education, Lake Tahoe, Nevada October 5-8, 2006