Junior Projects Alaska Holocene geology and hydrology in the vicinity of the Mendenhall, Herbert, and Eagle glaciers, Juneau, Alaska (2). Robert J. Carson, Dept. of Geology, Whitman College; Robert M. Newton, Dept. of Geology, Smith College ; P. Jay Fleisher, Dept. of Earth Sciences, SUNY, College at Oneonta; M. Todd Shearer, Dept. of Geosciences, University of Arizona Weathering and major-ion chemistry in the Herbert, Eagle, and Mendenhall glacial meltwaters (11). Seth L. Atkinson, Amherst College The end of the Little Ice Age, Mendenhall Glacier, Juneau, Alaska (20). Margo Burton, Whitman College Sedimentological description and process interpretation of glaciogenic landforms at the Herbert Glacier ice front (16). Drew Beckwith, Colorado College Understanding glacier sliding from subglacially deposited silt skins (24). Carissa Carter, Williams College Modern sedimentation of Mendenhall Lake, Juneau, Alaska, USA (29). Jessica Darter Deflection of ice flow by a bedrock ridge (33). Marlene Duffy, Williams College Pre-Little Ice Age interstadial duration based on soil properties and geochemistry of a buried forest at the Herbert Glacier, southeast Alaska (37). Christine A. Metzger, Washington and Lee University Suspended Sediment Load of Proglacial Meltwwater Systems (42). Benjamin Mirus, Pomona College Bathymetry and melt water Characteristics of Mendenhall Lake – Juneau, AK (47). Monica Roth, SUNY Oneonta Interstadial duration of the Herbert Glacier based on sna danalysis of a buried forest soil, southeast Alaska (52). Jessica Rowland, Trinity University A comparative hydrologic study of meltwater streams from the Eagle, Herbert and Mendenhall Glaciers near Juneau, Alaska (56). Anne E. Sawyer, Carleton College British Columbia Deformation history of the Coast Steep Zone, Prince Rupert, British Columbia (60). Cameron Davidson, Beloit College; Christopher Bailey, The College of William and Mary; Steve Ballou, Beloit College; Anu Gupta, Biosphere 2 Center Tectonic implications of felsic dikes within the Coast Plutonic Complex near Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada (67). Daniel Alvarado, Trinity University Timing and history of metamorphism in the central gneiss complex (71). Eric Butler, Beloit College Pressure and temperature of deformation of the Western Metamorphic Belt, Prince Rupert, British Columbia (76). Laura E. Clor, The College of Wooster The age and origin of pseodotachylyte in the Coast Mountains, British Columbia (81). Kenneth J. Davis, The College of William and Mary Kinematics of the Prince Rupert Shear Zone, British Columbia (85). Nicole Granger, Bates College The petrogenesis of mafic dikes and their relationship to the Coast Steep Zone, Prince Rupert, British Columbia (89). Katherine Rodriguez, St. Norbert College 3-Dimensional foliation analysis of the Quottoon Pluton as a proxy for characterizing the effects of the Coast Steep Zone, British Columbia (93). Deborah Roth, Colorado College Kinematics and structural history of brittle deformation along the Coast Steep Zone near Prince Rupert, British Columbia (98). John Singleton, Pomona College Kinematic Analysis of brittle faulting along the Coast Steep Zone, Prince Rupert, British Columbia (103) Carl H. Tape, Carleton College Greece Evolution of Cycladic subduction zone rocks: Syros blueschist-eclogite terrane II (107). John T. Cheney, Amherst College; John B. Brady, Smith College; Michelle J. Markely, Mount Holyoke College ; John S. Schumacher, Bristol University Lawsonite pseudomorphs in the schists of Syros, Greece (113). Lindsey Able, Smith College Calc-silicate Marbles of Syros Greece (117). Michelle Arsenault, Smith College Calcite needles in Syros marbles (122). Grace Bianciardi, Mount Holyoke College Mineral assemblages of high-pressure, quartz-mica schists from Syros, Cyclades, Greece (125). Dan Breecker, Amherst College Petrologic and chemical examination of the blueschists of Syros, Greece (129). Sonya Y. Hernandez, Colorado College Geochemical analysis of mafic and felsic schists from South Point and Katergaki, Syros, Greece (133). Debra R. Prinkey, The College of Wooster Origin of blueschist breccia, Syros, Greece (137). Jill Richard, Mount Holyoke College Origin and evolution of the high-pressure meta-igneous assemblage near St. Michalis, Syros, Greece (142). Andrei Sinistsin, Amherst College The petrology of mafic schists of southern Syros, Greece (147). Elizabeth P. Valaas, Carleton College Petrology of the “airport ophiolite”, Syros, Greece (152). Aurelia Walton, Beloit College Idaho Landscape Evolution in the City of Rocks National Reserve, southern Idaho (157). Kevin Pogue, Whitman College; Paul Karabinos, Williams College Geomorphology and evolution of the Circle Creek Basin, south-central Idaho (162). Meredith Brislen, Beloit College Jointing in the City of Rocks dome, Almo, Idaho (167). Anne G. Hereford, Williams College Joint control of landforms in the City of Rocks National Reserve, Almo, Idaho (171). Jamie Levine, Carleton College An analysis of the geometrical evolution of panholes in the City of Rocks, Idaho (175). Greg Shopoff, Colorado College Interpretation of granite flare structures in the City of Rocks National Reserve, Idaho (179). Monica Wolfson, Eckerd College Hydrothermal alteration zones and landscape evolution in the City of Rocks National Reserve, Idaho (183). Charlie Woodruff, Whitman College Sophomore Projects Mars 2000 The Mars 2000 project: using Mars Orbiter laser altimeter data to assess geological processes and regional stratigraphy near Orcus Patera and Marte Vallis on Mars (187). Eric B. Grosfils, Pomona College, Project Director; Susan E. H. Sakimoto, Goddard Space Flight Center; Carl V. Mendelson, Beloit College; Jacob E. Bleacher, Research Assistant Wrinkle ridge formation north of Orcus Patera, Mars (193). Andrew Gendaszek, Carleton College; Matthew Silver, Whitman College Morphology of the Marte Valles channel system, Mars (198). Katherine E. Poulter, Colorado College; Sven C. Moller, Pomona College Eruption constraints on a channeled lava flow in Marte Vallis, Mars, from Mars Orbiter laser altimeter and Mars Orbiter camera data (202). Sara Santiago, Arizona State University; Jes Therkelsen, Amherst College Orcus Patera: Impact crater of volcanis caldera (206). Krystal Tribbett, Vassar College; Dolores Van der Kolk, California State University, Fullterton Age relationships and chronology for the Orcus Patera region of Mars (211). Jesse Yoburn, Franklin & Marshall College; Roderick Yazzie, Crownpoint Institute of Technology Minnesota Geomorphology and watershed studies of the Cannon River and its tributaries: Wolf Creek, Rice Creek, and Heath Creek (217). Mary E. Savina, Carleton College; Thomas Gardner, Trinity University; Bereket Haileab, Carleton College Hydrology and geochemistry of Heath Creek, Rice County, Minnesota (222). Sarah Barger, Williams College; Mary Chen, Amherst College; Epifanio Figueroa, Franklin & Marshall College; Bilal Harris, Georgia Southern University; Bentley Knight, Washington & Lee University Geomorphology and water quality of the Wolf Creek Basin within the Cannon River Watershed, Minnesota (227). Kizzy Charles-Guzman, Carleton College; Jacob Cooper, Amherst College; Raycine Hodo, Smith College; Christina Kaba, University of Pennsylvania; Evelyn Kim, Smith College A study of the geomorphology and water quality of the Rice Creek Watershed, Cannon River Watershed, Minnesota during July-August 2000 (232). Kizzy Charles-Guzman, Carleton College; Joanna Sanchez, Trinity University; Bilal Harris, Georgia Southern University.