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 STUDENT WORK

Project Lake Azuei has involved 8 Lehman College-CUNY undergraduate students in the research so far.  At the University of Rhode Island, three undergraduate students have participated in the NSF Division of Ocean Science sponsored Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Opportunity program and a graduate student will be a part of the project.  These students will participate in all aspects of the project from data acquisition to processing to interpretation.  We highlight their accomplishments by presenting their work here.
In addition, Two Haitian graduate students have visited the University of Rhode Island to work on the seismic data and sediment core analysis, and these analysis will be part of their thesis.
Project Lake Azuei:
Student Experience of Scientific Field Work

 

An Undergraduate Student initiative that documents their experience as members of the Project Lake Azuei Team during 3 weeks in January 2017. Produced by Britta Brown and Paul Knotts. (10.35 Mins)

Citation: Brown, B., Knotts, P., Sloan, H., Cormier, M.-H. (2017) Project Lake Azuei, Haiti: A Student Experience of Scientific Field Work (21 April, 2017). Bronx, NY: Undergraduate Research Science Day, Lehman College CUNY.

Project Lake Azuei, Haiti: Data Acquisition in the Field

Undergraduate Research Student Poster

 

Citation: Knotts, P., Brown, B., Sloan, H., Cormier, M.-H. (2017), Project Lake Azuei, Haiti: Data Acquisition in the Field, (April 21, 2017). Bronx, NY: Undergraduate Research Science Day, Lehman College CUNY.

Project Lake Azuei, Haiti: Assessing Earthquake Hazards

Undergraduate Research Student Poster

 

Citation: Hines, L., Sloan, H., Cormier, M.-H. (2017) Project Azuei, Haiti: Assessing Earthquake Hazards (April 21, 2017). Bronx, NY: Undergraduate Research Science Day, Lehman College CUNY.

From SEG-Y to SEG-How: Project Lake Azuei, Haiti: Data Treatment and Processing

Undergraduate Research Student Poster

Citation: Stempel, R. Sloan, H., Cormier, M.-H. (2017) From SEG-Y to SEG-How: {project Lake Azuei, Haiti: Data Treatment and Processing (April 21, 2017). Bronx, NY: Undergraduate Research Science Day, Lehman College CUNY.

Submerged Paleo-Shorelines as Markers of Vertical Defomrmation around Lake Azuei, Haiti

University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Oceanography Report , 2017

Oliver Lucier, Rice University, Houston, TX

Sedimentary Signatures of Climate Variability and Tectonic Activity in Lake Azuei, Haiti: Possible Implications for Natural Hazards

University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Oceanography Report , 2018

Allyson N. Murray, Stockton University, Galloway, NJ

Mapping of Tectonic Features Submerged Beneath Lake Azuei, Haiti: Implications for Seismic Hazards

University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Oceanography Report , 2019

Kamal James, Lehman College - City University of New York

SURFO SPECIAL: Surveying hazardous faults during Eastern Haiti’s 270-year earthquake hiatus

oceanbites GSO University of Rhode Island

Kamal James

https://oceanbites.org/kamal-james/

UNE CAMPAGNE DE SISMIQUE REFLEXION MULTITRACE SUR LE LAC AZUEI (HAÏTI) REVELE UN SYSTEME COMPLEXE DE STRUCTURES TRANSPRESSIVES ACTIVES LE LONG DE LA FRONTIERE DE PLAQUE NORD-AMERICAINE - CARAÏBE

Master en géosciences appliquées aux géorisques, Université d'Etat d'Haïti

Rapport de stage de fin d’études

Nestor CHARLES

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