Hudson River Studies

“An Environmental History of the Hudson River” with Dallas Abbott

    “An Environmental History of the Hudson River” with  Dallas Abbott Originally presented 11 Feb 2017 Dallas Abbott’s Home Page We are pleased to welcome back Dr. DALLAS ABBOTT, who has presented more E2C Workshops than any other LDEO researcher. Dallas’ recent investigations have included examining sediments collected from the Hudson River that reveal … Continued

Hudson River Project: Coordinated efforts bringing teachers and students together to study the Hudson River with Margie Turrin and Tim Kenna (Oct 2006)

Hudson River Project: Coordinated efforts bringing teachers and students together to study the Hudson River with Margie Turrin and Tim Kenna   Originally presented 14 Oct 2006 Margie Turrin is Lamont’ Education Coordinator and involved in several LDEO projects investigating aspects of the Hudson River. These include “Day in the Life” (previously known as “Snapshot … Continued

“Science In and Beneath the Hudson’s Waters” with Frank Nitsche and Margie Turrin (Apr 2010)

“Science In and Beneath the Hudson’s Waters” with Frank Nitsche and Margie Turrin  Originally presented 24 Apr 2010 The Hudson River is one of the most studied rivers in the country with its long history of use and abuse. But even with all this study the river still holds a collection of ‘secrets’. What type … Continued

“Sewage contamination in the Hudson: patterns and processes” with Andrew Juhl (Jan 2010)

“Sewage Contamination in the Hudson: Patterns and Processes” with Dr. Andrew Juhl  Originally presented 23 Jan 2010 (This is the 101st E2C Workshop.)           The Hudson River has a long history of environmental degradation, with great improvements in recent decades. Nevertheless, sewage contamination remains an intermittent concern and potential threat to … Continued

“From Forest Primeval to Urban Landscape: Marsh Archives of the Hudson Estuary” with Dorothy Peteet (Feb 2004)

“From Forest Primeval to Urban Landscape: Marsh Archives of the Hudson Estuary” Dr. Dorothy Peteet Originally presented 14 Feb 2004 Introductory Presentation by Dr. Michael J. Passow PowerPoint | HTML      Today’s E2C program welcomes  Dr. Dorothy Peteet, who studies the Hudson River from a different viewpoint than our previous guest researchers on this theme. Dr. Peteet … Continued

“The River Runs Through It: The Hudson and Our Lives” with Robin Bell and Martin Visbeck (Mar 2003)

“The River Runs Through It: The Hudson and Our Lives” with Robin Bell and Martin Visbeck   Originally presented 28 Mar 2003 Introduction by Dr. Michael J. Passow Hudson River 2003 The Hudson River is one of our nation’s great waterways, although far from the longest or widest. The Hudson has played many roles through … Continued

“Digging Up the Dirt on the Hudson River” with Robin Bell and “Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN) Data Resources” with Joseph Schumacher (Mar 2002)

“Digging Up the Dirt on the Hudson River” with Dr. Robin Bell and “Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN) Data Resources” with Joseph Schumacher Originally presented 9 Mar 2002 Introduction to this Workshop Introduction to Hudson River Studies/CIESEN Dr. Michael J. Passow Due to the size of some of the images in this PowerPoint … Continued