Conference Presentations/Expanded Abstracts/Abstracts/Illustrated Papers
(* -invited, + indicates undergraduate student)

153. Berry, J., Jol, H., Leisz, G., Macaul, S., Pattee, D., Raleigh, D. and Ryberg, R., 2006. Does shared power in the classroom affect student learning? Third Annual Teaching and Learning Symposium, Eau Claire, WI, August 28, Abstracts, p. 6.

152. Loope, W.L., Jol, H.M., Goble, R.J. and Fisher, T.G., 2006. Geomorphic, sedimentological and mineralogical signatures of early Holocene outbursts of Glacial Lake Agassize in eastern Upper Michigan. Geological Society of America North-Central Section, 40 th Annual Meeting, April 20-21, Abstract with Program v. 38(4): 58.

151. Nobes, D.C., Bateman, L., Butland, C., Flintoft, M., Gaiger, F., Lea, J., Wilkinson, S., Jol, H.M., and Geer, M.A., 2006. From Kaikoura to Kaitorete: Non-invasive geophysical mapping of Mauri burial sites. Invited Poster – Workshop on Criminal and Environmental Soil Forensics, 18 th International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences, Perth, Western Australia, April 2 – 7.

150. Jol, H.M., Vanderburgh, S., Smith, D.G., Peterson, C.D., Havholm, K.G., and Phipps, J.B., 2006. Coastal foredune genesis and growth: a ground penetrating radar perspective. Association of American Geographers, 102nd (2006) Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 7-11, Abstracts on CD-ROM, p. 267.

149. + Bode, J.A., Jol, H.M., Bauman, P.D., Nahas, C., Fischer, M., Reeder, P., and Freund, R.A., 2006. GPR and ERT investigation of a coastal archeological site: Yavne Yam, Israel. Association of American Geographers, 102nd (2006) Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 7-11, Abstracts on CD-ROM, p. 66.

148. + Sternberg, C., + Trombly, N.R., Jol, H.M., and Faulkner, D.J., 2006. Geomorphic analysis of historical sedimentation in Half Moon Lake, Eau Claire, WI. Association of American Geographers, 102nd (2006) Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 7-11, Abstracts on CD-ROM, p. 516.

147. + Wong, K.Y., + Bode, J.J., + Daniels, C.L, + Graham, N.L, + Hurd, L.R., + Johnson, S.R., + Kouba, R.V., + Lenon, T.M., + Nier, M.M., + Schwartz, M.J., + Spina, J.H., + Sternberg, C.G., Jol, H.M., and Faulkner, D.J., 2006. Investigation of coastal erosion along Hapuna Beach, Hawaii. Association of American Geographers, 102nd (2006) Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 7-11, Abstracts on CD-ROM, p. 583-584.

146. + Lenon, T.M., + Molnar, M., + Johnson, S.R., Jol, H.M., Loope, W.L., Loope, H.M., Fisher, T.G., 2006. Ground penetrating radar investigations of the Tahquamenon River Basin, Michigan: preliminary results. Association of American Geographers, 102nd (2006) Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 7-11, Abstracts on CD-ROM, p. 316.

145. + Farrell, D., + Henderson, J.R., + Knabel, S.L., + Molnar, M.A., + Nelson, M.C., + Pirkl, D.S., + Strong, J.A., + Suppes, B.J., Faulkner, D.J., and Jol, H.M., 2006. Evidence of an extreme paleoflood in Honokoa Gulch, Hawaii. Association of American Geographers, 102nd (2006) Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 7-11, Abstracts on CD-ROM, p. 170.

144. Nobes, D.C., Bateman, L., Butland, C., Flintoft, M., Gaiger, F., Lea, J., Wilkinson, S. and Jol, H.M., 2005. From Kaikoura to Kaitorete: Non-invasive geophysical mapping of Mauri burial sites. 50 th Geological Society of New Zealand, Annual Conference, Kaikoura, New Zealand, November 28 – December 1.

143. Loope, W.L., Goble, R.J., Jol, H.M., Fisher, T.G., Loope, H.M., and Whitney, G.D., 2005. Lake Minong and the Holocene history of the Tahquamenon River, Northern Michigan, USA. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, October 16-19, Abstracts with Programs, 37(7): 234.

142. Jol, H.M., 2005. The Mary’s Well Site in Nazareth: a GPR overview. The Land and People Conference, Beit Allon Museum, Ginosar, Israel and Shrine of the Book, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel, July 5-11.

141. Reeder, P., and Jol, H.M., 2005. Qumran Update. The Land and People Conference, Beit Allon Museum, Ginosar, Israel and Shrine of the Book, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel, July 5-11.

140. Smith, D.G., Jol, H.M., and Smith, N.D., 2005. Paleo Super Windstorms (> 2000 yr events) interpreted form GPR stratigraphy, William River Wave-Dominated Delta, Lake Athabasca. Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, London, Ontario, June 1-4.

139. Jol, H.M., Fisher, T.G., Loope, W.L, Smith, D.G., and Moore, L.J., 2005. GPR studies along the present and past coastlines of the Great Lakes. Geological Society of America, 39 th Annual Meeting of the North-Central Section, Minneapolis, MN, May 19-20, Abstracts with Programs, 37(5): 7.

138. +Treague, J.J., Jol, H.M., Fisher, T.G., Freund, R.A., Reeder, P., Savage, C., and Bauman, P.D., 2005. Three-dimensional subsurface GPR visualization for an archaeological site (Qumran, Israel) and a geomorphic site (Michigan). Geological Society of America, 39 th Annual Meeting of the North-Central Section, Minneapolis, MN, May 19-20, Abstracts with Programs, 37(5): 15.

137. Loope, H.M. Lahners, A.M., Bobak, D., Jol, H.M., Krantz, D.E., Fisher, T.G., and Pierce, W., 2005. Ground penetrating radar investigation of a barrier complex along the eastern shore of Lake Michigan. Geological Society of America, 39 th Annual Meeting of the North-Central Section, Minneapolis, MN, May 19-20, Abstracts with Programs, 37(5): 15.

136. Stierman, D. +Mitchell, B.D., Skudon, B.A., Krantz, D.E., Jol, H.M. and Fisher, T.G., 2005. Geophysical and GIS investigations of the Oak Openings sand ridge in NW Ohio. Geological Society of America, 39 th Annual Meeting of the North-Central Section, Minneapolis, MN, May 19-20, Abstracts with Programs, 37(5): 16.

135. +Bode, J.A. and Jol, H.M., 2005. In search of a missing child: a geophysical investigation of a cemetery. Geological Society of America, 39 th Annual Meeting of the North-Central Section, Minneapolis, MN, May 19-20, Abstracts with Programs, 37(5): 100.

134. Jol, H.M. and Smith, D.G., 2005. Ground penetrating radar of large lake basins or looking inside coastal deposits: a tribute to Donald R. Currey. Association of American Geographers, 101st Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, April 5-9, Abstracts on CD-ROM.

133. Kaufmann, K.E., Kean, W.F. Jr., Jol, H.M., and Mumpy, A.J., 2005. Additional interpretations of archaeological geophysical investigations at a Late Woodland effigy mound site. Society for American Archaeology Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, Denver, CO, March, Abstracts with Programs on CD-ROM.

132. Jol, H.M., Bauman, P.D., Darawsha, M., Freund, R.A., Reeder, P. and Savage, C., 2004. Where Jesus played and bathed? Preliminary results from geophysical surveys at the Cactus Coffee House, Mary’s Well Plaza, Nazareth, Israel. 5 th Recent Work in Archaeological Geophysics, Environmental and Industrial Geophysics Group, Geological Society, Burlington House, London, UK, December 15-16, Lecture Abstracts, p. 13-14.

131. Smith, D.G., Jol, H.M., and Smith, N.D., 2004. Paleo super windstorms (2000 yr events) interpreted from Holocene Deltaic Stratigraphy. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, November 7-10, Abstracts with Programs, 36(5): 72.

130. Kaufmann, K.E., Kean, W.F. Jr., Jol, H.M., and Mumpy, A.J., 2004. Archaeological geophysical investigations at a Late Woodland effigy mound site, Jefferson County, Wisconsin . Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, November 7-10, Abstracts with Programs, 36(5): 214.

129. Loope, W.L., Goble, R.J., Fisher, T.G., Jol, H.M., Loope, H.M., and Regis, R.S., 2004. A dune-building signature of outbursts of Glacial Lake Agassiz across eastern Upper Michigan. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, November 7-10, Abstracts with Programs, 36(5): 248.

128. +Treague, J.J, Jol, H.M., and Peterson, C.D., 2004. A geoarchaeological investigation for an 1805 Lewis and Clark Site, coastal Oregon. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, November 7-10, Abstracts with Programs, 36(5): 240.

127. Jol, H.M., 2004. Where Jesus played and bathed?: Results from a ground penetrating radar investigation at the Cactus Coffee House, Mary's Well Plaza, Nazareth. 6th Annual Batchelder Biblical Archaeological Conference, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE, October 28-30, p. 2.

126. +Frenz, B., Jol, H.M., Freund, R., Bauman, P., Parker, D., Reeder, P., Goren, A., Selavan, B. and Willner, D., 2004. Searching for the Ancient Jewish City of Yavne? – A geophysical survey of Tel Yavne, Israel. Association of American Geographers, 100 th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, March 14-19, Abstracts on CD-ROM.

125. +Guse, B.L., +Hicks, S.N., Jol, H.M. and Peterson, C.D., 2004. Locating a Native village visited by Lewis and Clark: literature review and subsurface investigations. Association of American Geographers, 100 th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, March 14-19, Abstracts on CD-ROM.

124. +Treague, J.J., +Thorn, R.A., Jol, H.M. and Peterson, C.D., 2004. A ground penetrating radar investigation of an 1805 Lewis and Clark Site, Oregon. Association of American Geographers, 100 th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, March 14-19, Abstracts on CD-ROM.

123. +Zahler, R.J., +Stevens, J.D., Jol, H.M. and Peterson, C.D., 2004. Locating a mapped Lewis and Clark Native encampment, Oregon: a GIS and GPS database. Association of American Geographers, 100 th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, March 14-19, Abstracts on CD-ROM.

122. Peterson, C.D., Schlichting, R.B., Jol, H.M., and Vanderburgh, S., 2003. Variable coastal response (subsidence, tsunami, beach retreat, and bay deposition) following each of the last five Cascadia earthquake events, S.W. Washington, USA. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, November 2-5, Abstracts with Programs, 35(6): 284.

121. Smith, D.G. and Jol, H.M., 2003. GPR detection of mud diapers and push-up benches at the base of wave dominated deltas. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, November 2-5, Abstracts with Programs, 35(6): 220.

120. Jol, H.M., 2003. 3-D ground penetrating radar visualization of an earthquake induced scarp. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, November 2-5, Abstracts with Programs, 35(6): 219.

119. Peterson, C.D., Jol, H.M., Percy, D., Nielson, E., and Cummings, M.L., 2003. Ground penetrating radar (GPR) profiling of groundwater surface trends in Holocene foredune-ridge strata of the Clatsop beach plain, Oregon, USA. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, November 2-5, Abstracts with Programs 35(6): 219.

118. Mumpy, A.J., Kean, W.F., Isbell, J.L. and Jol, H.M., 2003. Sedimentology of a modern braid bar in the Wisconsin River near Spring Green, Wisconsin: analysis using ground penetrating radar. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, November 2-5, Abstracts with Programs, 35(6): 218.

117. +Frenz, B. and Jol, H.M., 2003. Geophysics and Geography: Archaeological tools at Tel Yavne. Wisconsin Geographical Society, 57 th Annual Meeting, Eau Claire, WI, September 19-20, Program and Abstracts, p. 13

116. +DeChaine, R., Jol, H.M., Eisenman, R. and Dubay, R., 2003. Archaeological GPR investigations at Rennes-Le-Chateau (France) utilizing 3-D animation. Wisconsin Geographical Society, 57 th Annual Meeting, Eau Claire, WI, September 19-20, Program and Abstracts, p. 12.

115. Jol, H.M., 2003. Ground penetrating radar: secrets of Mary’s Well, Nazareth and Qumran. International Conference on Archaeology, History and Technology, Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT, September 7-10.

114. Jol, H.M., 2003. Ground penetrating radar and the archaeology of Yavne: season one. International Conference on Archaeology, History and Technology, Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT, September 7-10.

113. Fisher, T.G., Jol, H.M, Lahners, A.M. and Taylor, L.D. 2003. Evidence for high magnitude flows in tunnel channels, south-central Michigan, USA. XVI INQUA Congress, Reno, NV, July 23-30, Programs with Abstracts, p. 150.

112. Fisher, T.G., Loope, W.L., Jol, H.M. and Pierce, W.C., 2003. Big lake records preserved in little lake’s sediment: an example from Silver Lake, Michigan. XVI INQUA Congress, Reno, NV, July 23-30, Program with Abstracts, p. 182.

111. Fisher, T.G., Loop, W.L., Jol, H.M., Pierce, W.C., 2003. Sand percentage in Silver Lake sediment cores: a new proxy for lake level fluctuations in Lake Michigan elevations. International Association of Great Lakes Research 46 th Annual Conference & International Lake Environment Committee 10 th World Lakes Conference, Chicago, IL, June 22-26, p. 225-226.

110. Mumpy, A.J., Kean, W.F., Isbell, J.L. and Jol, H.M., 2003. Sedimentology of a modern braid bar in the Wisconsin River near Spring Green, Wisconsin: analysis using ground penetrating radar. . Geological Society of America, 37 th Annual Meeting, North-Central Section, Kansas City, MO, March 24-25, Abstracts with Programs, 35(2): 55

109. Fisher, T.G., Loope, W.L., Jol, H.M. and Pierce, W.C., 2003. Big lake records preserved in little lake’s sediment: an example from Silver Lake, Michigan. Proceedings of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters 2003 Annual Meeting, Holland, MI, March 21-22., The Michigan Academician, 35: 67-68.

108. Vanderburgh, S., Moore, L.J., Jol, H.M., Kruse, S. and Kaminsky, G.M., 2003. Annual progradational layers preserved in the beaches of southwest Washington. Association of American Geographers, 99 th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 4-8, Abstracts on CD-ROM.

107. *DeChaine, R., Jol, H.M., Eisenman, R. and Dubay, R., 2003. Archaeological GPR investigations at Rennes-Le-Chateau (France) utilizing 3-D animation. Association of American Geographers, 99 th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 4-8, Abstracts on CD-ROM.

106. Passow, R.H., Jol, H.M., Freund, R.A., Savage, C.E., and Reeder, P., 2003. Ground penetrating radar and global positioning system: archaeological aids at Qumran, Israel. Association of American Geographers, 99 th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 4-8, Abstracts on CD-ROM.

105. Jol, H.M., 2003. Three dimensional GPR visualization of an earthquake induced coastal scarp. Australasian Quaternary Association, Biennial Conference, Westport, New Zealand, February 3-7, p. 29.

104. Bauman, P., Freund, R., Arav, R., Shroder, J., Reeder, P. and Jol, H., 2002. Intrigue, mystery, and geophysics … Dead Sea archaeology 2001. Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysics Technical Luncheon Talk, December 16, CSEG Recorder.

103. Loope, W.L., Jol, H.M., Anderton, J.B., Fisher, T.G., and Goble, R.J., 2002. Holocene development and partial destruction of a massive barrier along the southeastern shore of Lake Superior. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, October 27-30, Abstracts with Programs, 34(6): 274-275.

102. Smith, D.G., Jol, H.M. and Smith, N.D., 2002. Geomorphology and radar stratigraphy of the wave-influenced William river delta, Lake Athabasca, Canada. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, October 27-30, Abstracts with Programs, 34(6): 483.

101. Jol, H.M., 2002. Preliminary GPR results at Beth Shearim, Beth Shean, Mary’s Well (Nazareth), and Yavne. The 4 th Annual Batchelder Biblical Archaeology Conference, University of Nebraska at Omaha, October 24-26, Omaha, NE.

100. Jol, H.M., 2002.New areas for excavations at Bethsaida. The 4 th Annual Batchelder Biblical Archaeology Conference, University of Nebraska at Omaha, October 24-26, Omaha, NE.

99. Jol, H.M., Freund, R.A., Broshi, M., Eshel, H., Shroder, Jr., J.F., Reeder, P. and Dubay, R., 2002. The GPR of caves and cemeteries: what we can and cannot do. The 4 th Annual Batchelder Biblical Archaeology Conference, University of Nebraska at Omaha, October 24-26, Omaha, NE.

98. Jol, H.M., Bristow, C.S. and Havholm, K.G., 2002. GPR stratigraphic investigation of modern and aeolian environments. Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Seventy-second Annual International Meeting and Exposition, October 6-10, Salt Lake City, Utah, Expanded Abstracts of the Technical Program with Authors' Biographies, CD-ROM, p. 4.

97. Bauman, P., Jol, H., Freund, R., Shroder, J. and Reeder, P., 2002. Archaeological investigations in the Cave of Letters, The Qumran Cemetery, and Bethsaida. Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems, The Annual Meeting for EEGS, February 10-14, Las Vegas, NV.

96. Moore, L.J., Jol, H.M., Vanderburg, S., Kaminsky, G. and Gelfenbaum, G., 2001. Linkages between shoreline progradation and climate, Southwest Washington, USA. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 10-14, 82(47): F654.

95. Jol, H.M. 2001. Cave of Letters: A Ground Penetrating Radar Study. American Schools of Oriental Research, Annual Meeting Abstract Book, Omni Interlocken Resort, Boulder, CO, November 14-17, p. 11.

94. Running IV, G. L., Wiseman, D., Havholm, K.G., Beaudoin, A., Boyd, M., Jol, H. M., and Freeman, A., 2001. Reconstructing landscape evolution and environmental change at temporal and spatial scales relevant to archaeology: a view from the Glacial Lake Hind Basin, Southwestern Manitoba. 34th Annual CHACMOOL Conference, Program and Abstracts, Calgary, AB, November 14-18.

93. Jol, H.M., Peterson, C.D., Vanderburgh, S., Phipps, J., 2001. Ground penetrating radar as a regional geomorphic mapping tool: shoreline accretion/erosion along the Columbia River littoral cell. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting and Exposition Abstracts, Boston, MA, November 1-10, 33(6): A-339.

92. Vanderburgh, S., Jol, H.M., Peterson, C.D., 2001. Late-Holocene sedimentation in the bays and estuaries of the Columbia River littoral cell, Washington and Oregon, USA. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting and Exposition Abstracts, Boston, MA, November 1-10, 33(6): A-339

91. Phipps, J.B., Jol, H.M., Vanderburgh, S., Peterson, C.D., 2001. Dunes and earthquakes in coastal SW Washington State. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting and Exposition Abstracts, Boston, MA, November 1-10, 33(6): A-339.

90. Morton, C.M. and Jol, H.M., 2001. A real-time, geo-archaeological database and search engine for the Cave of Letters, Israel. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting and Exposition Abstracts, Boston, MA, November 1-10, 33(6): A-126.

89. + Bergstrom, N.D., Havholm, K.G., Jol, H.M., Running, G.L., 2001. Ground penetrating radar investigations of Post-Glacial stratigraphy, Flintstone Hill Site, Southwest Manitoba. GPR in Sediments: Applications and Interpretations International Conference, Geological Society of London and University College of London, London, England, August 20 – 21.

88. Moore, L.J., Jol, H.M., Kaminsky, G., 2001. Exploring linkages between coastal processes and climate variability using ground penetrating radar, Southwest Washington, USA. GPR in Sediments International Conference, Geological Society of London and University College of London, London, England, August 20 – 21.

87. Kruse, S.E. and Jol, H.M., 2001. Examples of GPR waveform modeling and AVO analysis to constrain variations in permittivity and conductivity in sedimentary strata. GPR in Sediments: Applications and Interpretations International Conference, Geological Society of London and University College of London, London, England, August 20 – 21.

86. Jol, H.M. 2001. Ground penetrating radar results in the Cave of Letters, Israel. GPR in Sediments: Applications and Interpretations International Conference, Geological Society of London and University College of London, London, England, August 20 – 21.

85. Jol, H.M., 2001. Ground penetrating radar in the Cave of Letters 2000 Project. Society of Biblical Literature International Conference, Pontifical Gregorian University and Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome, Italy, July 8-12, p. 14.

84. Shroder, J.F., Jr. and Jol, H.M., 2001. The Bethsaida and El Araj Project: Geology and Geography. Society of Biblical Literature International Meeting, Pontifical Gregorian University and Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome, Italy, July 8-12, p. 15.

83. Nicholson, B., Jol, H.M., Hamilton, S. and Running, G.L., 2001. Ground truthing ground penetrating radar at the Lowton site. Canadian Archaeological Association and Archaeological Society of Alberta, Annual Meeting, Banff, Alberta, May 9-13, Information Package, Programme and Abstracts, p. 74.

82. Loope, W.L., Anderton, J.B., Fisher, T.G., Jol, H.M., and Blewett, W.L., 2001. Landscape signatures of Late Holocene Lake-Level change along the southeastern shore of Lake Superior. GSA North-Central Section, Normal, Illinois, Aprils 23-24, 33(4), p. A-11.

81. Jol, H.M., Shroder Jr., J.F., Reeder, P.P. and Freund, R.A., 2001. Ground penetrating radar studies within the Cave of Letters: Geomorphology and Archaeology. Association of American Geographers, 97 th Annual Meeting, New York, New York, February 27 – March 3, Abstracts on CD-ROM.

80. Running IV, G.L., Havholm, K.G., Wiseman, D.J., Nicholson, B., Jol, H.M., Beaudoin, A.B., Hamilton, S., and Boyd, M., 2001. Post-glacial geomorphology, stratigraphy, and paleoenvironmental history at Flint Stone Hill, Oak Lake Sandhills: Southwestern Manitoba. Association of American Geographers, 97 th Annual Meeting, New York, New York, February 27 – March 3, Abstracts on CD-ROM, p.

79. Moore, L., Jol, H.M. and Kaminsky, G., 2000. Exploring Correlations Between Shoreline Progradation and Climate Indices, Southwest Washington. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 15-19, San Francisco, CA.

78. Shroder, H.F. Jr., Bauman, P., Jol, H., Reeder, P., Webster, J., 2000. Roof-fall geoarchaeology of the Cave of letters, Judean Desert, Israel. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting and Exposition Abstracts, Reno, NV, November 9-18, 32(7): A-263.

77. Nicholson, B., Jol, H.M., Hamilton, S. and Running, G.L., 2000. Ground truthing ground penetrating radar at the Lowton site. Joint Midwest Archaeological/Plains Anthropological Conference, St. Paul, MN, November 9-12, Program and Abstracts, p. 83.

76. *Jol, H.M., 2000. Ground penetrating radar and Bethsaida, 2000. Biblical Archaeology for the 21 st Century: Conference and Reunion. University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE, November 9-11, p.3.

75. *Jol, H.M., 2000. Ground penetrating radar in the Cave of Letters. Biblical Archaeology for the 21 st Century: Conference and Reunion. University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE, November 9-11, p.2.

74. + Morton, C. and Jol, H.M., 2000. Real time GIS data acquisition in the Cave of Letters. Biblical Archaeology for the 21 st Century: Conference and Reunion. University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE, November 9-11, p.2.

73. *Jol, H.M., 2000. Ground penetrating radar: 2-D and 3-D subsurface imaging of geomorphic environments. 2000 International Binghampton Geomorphology Symposium: Integrating of Computer Modelling and Field Observation in Geomorphology, Binghamton, NY, October 23 – 25, p. 12.

72. Kruse, S.E. and Jol, H.M., 2000. Resolution of permittivity and electrical conductivity from ground penetrating radar surveys in carbonate and clastic settings. Environmental Sedimentology: Hydrogeology of Sedimentary Aquifers, SEPM/IAS Research Conference, Santa Fe, NM, September 24-27.

71. Jol, H.M., 2000. Just below the surface: the ground penetrating radar project in the Cave of Letters. The Millennium Conference on the Sea of Galilee and the City of Jerusalem. Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel, June 26 – July 1.

70. Peterson, C., Darienzo, M., Briggs, G., Madin, I., Doyle, D., Barnett, E., Fiedorowicz, B., Jol, H.M. and Schlichting, R., 2000. A decade of quantifying earthquake hazards from coastal geologic records: central Cascadia margin, USA. Great Cascadia Earthquake Tricentennial, Geological Society of America Penrose Conference, Seaside, OR, June 4-8.

69. Jol, H.M. 2000. Field based capstone experiences at University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire: Examples from Western Nevada/Eastern California. Association of American Geographers, 96 th Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, April 4-8, Abstracts on CD-ROM, p. 361.

68. Jol, H.M., 2000. Ground penetrating radar (GPR) techniques and applications. Association of American Geographers, 96 th Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, April 4-8, Abstract on CD-ROM.

67. +Junck, M.B. and Jol, H.M., 2000. Ground penetrating radar investigation of an aeolian sandstone environment, Zion National Park. Association of American Geographers, 96 th Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, April 4-8, Abstract on CD-ROM.

66. +Kloehn, N.B. and Jol, H.M., 2000. Using ground penetrating radar on Mound K: is it a burial mound or natural landform? Association of American Geographers, 96 th Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, April 4-8, Abstract on CD-ROM.

*65. Jol, H.M., 1999. Ground penetrating radar and Bethsaida, 1999. Biblical Archaeology for the 21 st Century: A Symposium. University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE, November 11-14, p.3.

*64. Jol, H.M., 1999. Ground penetrating radar in the Cave of Letters. Biblical Archaeology for the 21 st Century: A Symposium. University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE, November 11-14, p.2.

63. Kaminsky, G.M., Jol, H.M., Cowell, P.J., Ruggiero, P., and Gelfenbaum, G., 1999. Measuring and modeling coastal progradation, catastrophic shoreline retreat, and shoreface translation along the coast of Washington State, USA. The Non-Steady State of the Inner Shelf and Shoreline: Coastal Change on the Time Scale of Decades to Millennia. University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, November 9-12, p. 82.

62. Knight, R. Tercier, P. and Jol, H., 1999. Multi-frequency ground penetrating radar data to characterize spatial variability. Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Sixty-ninth Annual International Meeting and Exposition, October 31 – November 5, Houston, Texas, Expanded Abstracts of the Technical Program with Authors’ Biographies, pp. 4.

*61. Jol, H.M., 1999. Ground penetrating radar: high resolution subsurface imaging of hydrogeologic environments. International Workshop: Testable Stochastic Features of Subsurface Structures, Flow and Transport, Centro Stefano Fanscini of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Monte Verita, Ascona, Switzerland, p. 1-4

60. Jol, H.M., +Thayer, B., Kaminsky, G., Ruggiero, P, Peterson, C., Vanderburgh, S. and Phipps, J, 1999. Coastal ground penetrating radar profiles: are we seeing evidence of El Nino and other short duration events? Canadian Quaternary Association and Canadian Geomorphology Research Group Joint Conference, Calgary, AB, August 23-27, Program and Abstracts, p. 31.

59. Jol, H.M., Peterson, C., Vanderburgh, S. and Phipps, J., 1999. Ground penetrating radar as a regional coastal mapping tool. Association of American Geographers, 95 th Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI, March 23-27, Abstracts on CD-ROM.

58. +Thayer, B. Jol, H.M., Kaminsky, G. and Ruggiero, P., 1999. Detailed ground penetrating radar profiles showing coastline depositional rates, Washington. Association of American Geographers, 95 th Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI, March 23-27, Abstracts on CD-ROM.

57. +Viavattine, T., +Haughton, P., Jol, H.M. and Running, G.L., 1999. Ground penetrating radar investigation of potential Native American burial mounds. Association of American Geographers, 95 th Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI, March 23-27, Abstracts on CD-ROM.

56. Whittecar, G.R., Holloway, D.M., Becraft, S., Havholm, K.G., +Wenell, B.A. and Jol, H.M., 1998. Topography and characteristics of paleosols within coastal back-barrier dunes, northeastern North Carolina. . Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Toronto, October 26-29, p. A-138.

55. +Wenell, B.A., Havholm, K.G., Jol, H.M., Whittecar, G.R., Riggs, S.R. and Ames, D.V., 1998. History of active back-barrier coastal dunes, northeastern North Carolina and southeastern Virginia: a progress report. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Toronto, October 26-29, p. A-138.

54. +Viavattine, T., +Haughton, P., Jol, H.M. and Running IV, G.L., 1998. A ground penetrating radar investigation of potential Native American burial mounds at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. Joint Meeting of the West Lakes Division of the Association of American Geographers (49th Annual Meeting) and Wisconsin Geographical Society (52nd Annual Meeting), Programs and Abstracts, 29-31 October, Madison, Wisconsin, p. 18.

53. Jol, H.M., Vanderburgh, S., and Havholm, K. 1998. Ground penetrating radar studies of coastal aeolian environments. Joint Meeting of the West Lakes Division of the Association of American Geographers (49th Annual Meeting) and Wisconsin Geographical Society (52nd Annual Meeting), Programs and Abstracts, 29-31 October, Madison, Wisconsin, p. 18.

52. Smith, D.G., Jol, H.M., and Smith, N.D., 1998. Geomorphology and radar stratigraphy of the wave-influenced William River delta, Lake Athabasca, Canada. In: Coleman, J.M. and Stone, G.W., eds., World Deltas Symposium, New Orleans, LA, 23-28 August, Book of Abstracts, p. 73.

51. Jol, H.M., +Bartz, C., +LeMoine, E. and +Thayer, B., 1998. Ground penetrating radar investigation: Long Island Barrier-Spit, Lake Superior. American Association of Geographers, 94 th Annual Meeting, Boston, MA., March Abstracts on CD-ROM.

50. Taylor, L.D., Fisher, T.G., Jol, H.M. and Okraszewski, M.A., 1998. Stratigraphic evidence for a Late Pleistocene glacial outburst flood sequence in south central Michigan. Geological Society of America, 32nd Annual North-Central Section, Cincinnati, OH.

49. Vanderburgh, S., C., Jol, H., Peterson, J. Phipps, and L. Woxell, 1998. The relationship between linear dunes and buried scarps: The case of the Columbia River littoral cell. Canadian Association of Geographers, Western Division Annual Meeting, Program and Abstracts, March 1988.

48. Woxell, L.K., H. Jol, C. Peterson, J. Phipps, and S. Vanderburgh, 1998. Prehistoric beach accretion rates used to predict long-term response to sediment depletion in the Columbia River littoral system. Proceedings of the Oregon Academy of Science, 34:33-34.

47. Zerr, N., H. Jol, C. Peterson, L. Woxell, J. Phipps, and S. Vanderburgh, 1998. Coseismic subsidence preserved in linear dune ridge as reactivated dune surface and buried placer deposits in Ocean Shores, Washington, USA. Proceedings of the Oregon Academy of Science, 34, p. 35-36.

46. Phipps, J., Jol, H., Peterson, C. and Vanderburgh, S., 1997. The effect of a great subduction zone earthquake on a coastal Washington beach. . EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December, San Francisco, CA.

45. Jol, H.M., Peterson, C.D., Vanderburgh, S. and Phipps, J., 1997. Imaging coastal accretion in barrier beach and dune ridge complexes: Columbia River littoral cell. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, October 20-23, p. A-38.

44. Smith, D.G., Meyers, R.A., Simpson, C.J. and Jol, H.M. 1997. Depositional sequence inferred from radar stratigraphy, Stockton bar and spit complex, Lake Bonneville. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, October 20-23, p. A-254.

43. Jol, H.M. 1997. High resolution ground penetrating radar results: glacial and deltaic environments. Geological Society of America, 31 st Annual Meeting, North-Central Section, Abstracts with Programs, Madison, Wisconsin, May 1-2, p.24.

42. +Bartz, C.M. and Jol, H.M. 1997. Three-dimensional ground penetrating radar: visualization of a delta using PC based software Geological Society of America, 31 st Annual Meeting, North-Central Section, Abstracts with Programs, Madison, Wisconsin, May 1-2, p.3.

41. Jol, H.M, Smith, D.G., Meyers, R.A., Young, R. and Fisher, T.G. (accepted Jan/97). Ground penetrating radar of eskers, moraines, and outwash plains. American Association of American Geographers, 93 rd Annual Meeting, Fort Worth, Texas, April 1-5, p. 131.

40. Knight, R., Rea, J., Tercier, P. and Jol, H. 1996. Geostatistical analysis of ground penetrating radar data: a means of characterizing the correlation structure of sedimentary units. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December, San Francisco, CA.

39. Meyers, R. A., Smith, D.G., Jol, H.M. and Peterson, C.D. 1996. Evidence for eight great earthquake-subsidence events detected with ground-penetrating radar, Willapa barrier, Washington. Tidalites’96, Abstracts, International Conference on Tidal Sedimentology, May 12-16, Savannah, Georgia.

38. Meyers, R.A., Smith, D.G. and Jol, H.M. 1996. Evidence for eight great earthquake-subsidence events detected with ground-penetrating radar. Canadian Association of Geographers, Western Division Annual Meeting, March 8-9, University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta, Programme with Abstracts.

*37. Jol, H.M., Smith, D.G. and Meyers, R. 1995. High-resolution imaging of geomorphic environments. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 11-15, San Francisco, CA, p. F391.

36. Jol, H.M and Smith, D.G. 1995. Radar stratigraphy: lacustrine fan-foreset /Gilbert-type deltas. Joint Meeting 1995 Meeting, Canadian Quaternary Association and Canadian Geomorphological Research Group, Programme, Abstracts and Field Guides, June 5-7, St. John’s, Newfoundland, p. CA24.

35. Smith, D.G., Jol, H. and Meyers, R.A.. 1995. Ground penetrating radar of Quaternary sediments. Joint Meeting 1995 Meeting, Canadian Quaternary Association and Canadian Geomorphological Research Group, Programme, Abstracts and Field Guides, June 5-7, St. John’s, Newfoundland, p. CA45.

34. Meyers, R.A., Smith, D.G., Jol, H.M and Beierle, B. 1995. Ground penetrating radar, a new method for detecting sea level/land level changes. Joint Meeting 1995 Meeting, Canadian Quaternary Association and Canadian Geomorphological Research Group, Programme, Abstracts and Field Guides, June 5-7, St. John’s, Newfoundland, p. CA32.

*33. Jol, H.M., Roberts, M.C., Smith, D.G., Meyers, R.A. and Lawton, D.C. 1995. Ground penetrating radar of geomorphic environments understanding the subsurface. Geological Association of Canada, Annual Meeting, Victoria, British Columbia, May 15-17, 20, p. A-51.

*32. Jol, H.M. and Smith, D.G., 1995. High resolution radar stratigraphy of lacustrine deltas: case studies from western North America. Geological Association of Canada, Annual Meeting, Victoria, British Columbia, May 15-17, p. 20.

31. Jol, H.M., Smith, D.G. and Meyers, R.A. 1995. Ground penetrating radar and spits. Canadian Association of Geographers, Western Division Annual Meeting, March 3-5, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Programme with Abstracts, p. 31.

30. Jol, H.M., Meyers, R.A., Lawton, D.C. and Smith, D.G. 1994. Ground penetrating radar detailed stratigraphic results of a modern barrier spit shoreface sequence. Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM) Research Conference, Clastic Deposits of the Transgressive Systems Tract: Facies, Stratigraphy and Reservoir Character, July 10-14, Long Beach, Washington, Program and Abstracts, p. 16.

29. Jol, H.M., Smith, D.G., Lawton, D.C., Meyers, R.A., Moorman, B.J., Tarrant, P.M. Stewart, R.R. and Fisher, S.C. 1994. Five year summary of GPR experiments and studies at the University of Calgary. Fifth International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar, Abstracts for Poster Papers, Kitchener, Ontario, June 12-16, p. 21-22.

28. Lawton, D.C., Jol, H.M. and Meyers, R.A. 1994. 3-D ground penetrating surveys: a new approach to imaging and visualizing the near surface. Fifth International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar, Abstracts for Poster Papers, Kitchener, Ontario, June 12-16, p. 16.

*27. Lawton, D.C. and Jol, H.M. 1994. An evaluation of ground penetrating radar for imaging the near surface - examples from contaminant mapping through to facies analysis. Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Recorder, 19(2), p. 3 & front cover.

26. Meyers, R.A., Smith, D.G. and Jol, H.M. 1994. Ground penetrating radar investigation of the internal structure of a Pacific coast barrier spit. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, October, 24-27, Program and Abstracts, p. A-65.

25. Meyers, R.A., Smith, D.G., Jol, H.M. and Hay, M.B. 1994. Willapa barrier spit: internal depositional structure and accretionary style inferred from ground penetrating radar, SW Washington State. Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM) Research Conference, Clastic Deposits of the Transgressive Systems Tract: Facies, Stratigraphy and Reservoir Character, July 10-14, Long Beach, Washington, Program and Abstracts, p. 27.

24. Smith, D.G., Jol, H.M. and Meyers. R.A. 1994. Faults detected and displacements characterized by ground penetrating radar. Fifth International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar, Abstracts for Poster Papers, Kitchener, Ontario, June 12-16.

23. Smith, D.G. and Jol, H.M. 1994. Ground penetrating radar of peatlands for oilfield pipelines in Canada. Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicist and Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists Joint National Convention, Exploration Update ‘94, May 9-12, Calgary, Alberta, Program, Expanded Abstracts and Biographies, p. 253.

22. Jol, H.M., Smith, D.G., Moorman, B.J., Tarrant, P.M., Meyers, R.A. and Hayes, M.B. 1993. The ground penetrating radar revolution. The Third International Geomorphology Conference, McMaster University, August 23-29, Hamilton, Ontario, Programme with Abstracts, p. 166.

21. Jol, H.M., Smith, D.G. and Meyers, R.A. 1993. Ground penetrating radar of lacustrine spits in northwestern Saskatchewan. The 1993 Meeting of the Canadian Quaternary Association, April 18-21, Royal British Columbia Museum, Victoria, British Columbia, Program with Abstracts and Field Guide, p. A25. (BEST STUDENT PAPER)

20. Jol, H.M. and Smith, D.G. 1993. Ground penetrating radar: investigations of deltaic systems. The Third International Geomorphology Conference, McMaster University, August 23-29, Hamilton, Ontario, Programme with Abstracts, p. 166.

19. Fisher, S.C., Stewart, R.R. and Jol, H.M. 1993. Processing ground penetrating radar. 1993 Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicist National Convention, May 4-6, Calgary, Alberta, Program, Expanded Abstracts and Biographies, p. 33.

18. Krause, F.F., Aitken, S.A., Braunberger, W.F., Chung, P. Macrae, A., Meyer, R.O., Nunez-Betelu, L., Williams, C.A. and Jol, H.M. 1993. Autocyclic progradation and allocyclic ravinement of a shoreface: sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy of the Panther sandstone tongue (upper Cretaceous, Campanian), Wasatch Plateau, Utah, U.S.A. Geological Society of America, Rocky Mountain and Cordilleran Section Meeting, May, 19-21, Reno, Nevada, 1993 Abstracts with Programs, 25 (5), p. 64.

17. Lawton, D.C. and Jol, H.M. 1993. Ground penetrating radar for near-surface characterization - example from the Canada Creosote site, Calgary. 1993 Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicist National Convention, May 4-6, Calgary, Alberta, Program, Expanded Abstracts and Biographies, p. 31. (BEST PAPER)

16. Meyers, R.A., Smith, D.G. and Jol, H.M.1993. Ground penetrating radar of lacustrine spits. The Third International Geomorphology Conference, McMaster University, August 23-29, Hamilton, Ontario, Programme with Abstracts, p. 199.

15. Smith, D.G. and Jol, H.M. 1993. Neotectonic faults detected and characterized by ground penetrating radar. The 1993 Meeting of the Canadian Quaternary Association, April 18-21, Royal British Columbia Museum, Victoria, British Columbia, Program with Abstracts and Field Guide, p. A43.

14. Jol, H.M. and Smith, D.G. 1992. Sequence stratigraphy using ground penetrating radar. Sequence stratigraphy of European basins, Centre des Sciences de la Terre and Institut Francais du Petrole, University of Burgundy, May 18-20, Dijon, France, Abstracts Volume, p. 456-457.

13. Jol, H.M. 1992. A comparison of the 25, 50, 100 and 200 MHz antennae with 400 and 1000 v transmitters: a ground penetrating radar field study. European Association of Exploration Geophysicists, 54th Meeting and Technical Exhibition, June 1-5, Paris, France, Technical Programme and Abstracts of Papers, p. 434-435.

12. Smith, D.G. and Jol, H.M. 1992. Ground penetrating radar: high resolution structure of deltas and spits in large lakes. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, June 21-24, 1992, Technical Programme and Abstracts of Papers, p. 121.

11. Fisher, S.C., Stewart, R.R. and Jol, H.M. 1992. Processing ground penetrating radar (GPR) data. In: The CREWES Project (Consortium for Research in Elastic Wave Exploration Seismology), Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Calgary, Research Report, Volume 4, Chapter 11, p. 1-22.

10. Jol, H.M. and Smith, D.G. 1991. Ground-penetrating radar investigation of a wave-influenced delta. Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Sixty-first Annual International Meeting and Exposition, November 10-14, Houston, Texas, Expanded Abstracts of the Technical Program with Authors’ Biographies, Volume 1, p. 497-500. (HONOURABLE MENTION - Meritorious Effort)

*9. Jol, H.M. and Smith, D.G. 1991. Ground penetrating radar: a brief overview and case study. In: The CREWES Project (Consortium for Research in Elastic Wave Exploration Seismology), November 3-6, Banff, Alberta, Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Calgary, Research Report, Volume 3, p. 487-492.

8. Jol, H.M. and Smith, D.G. 1991. High resolution sequence stratigraphy using ground penetrating radar: a new approach. In: 1991 NUNA Conference on High-Resolution Sequence Stratigraphy, August 23-30, Banff, Alberta, Leckie, D.A., Posamentier, H.W. and Lovell, R.W.W. (eds.), Geological Association of Canada, Programme/Proceeding/Guidebook, p. 21-24.

7. Jol, H.M. and Smith, D.G. 1991. Ground penetrating radar of river deltas. 1991 Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysics National Convention, May 14-16, Calgary, Alberta, Program and Abstracts, p. 33. (HONOURABLE MENTION)

6. Jol, H.M. and Smith, D.G. 1991. Radar stratigraphy of modern fluvial and deltaic deposits using ground penetrating radar. Canadian Sedimentology Research Group Meeting, May 15-16, Calgary, Alberta.

5. Jol, H.M., Smith, D.G. and Tarrant, P.M. 1991.Ground penetrating radar of river deltas: preliminary results. Canadian Association of Geographers, Western Division Annual Meeting, March 15-17, University of Calgary, Banff, Alberta, Schedule of Events and Abstracts.

4. Moorman, B.J., Smith, D.G., Judge, A.S. and Jol, H.M. 1990. Assessing the ability of ground penetrating radar to delineate different fluvial sediments. Third International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar, May 14-18, 1990, Lakewood, Colorado, Abstracts of the Technical Meeting/Conference Program, p. 51.

3. Moorman, B.J., Smith, D.G., Judge, A.S. and Jol, H.M. 1990. Using ground penetrating radar as a sub-bottom profiler for delineating facies changes in fluvial deposits. Canadian Association of Geographers, Western Division Annual Meeting, March, l990, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Schedule of Events and Abstracts.

2. Roberts, M.C. and Jol, H. l989. The application of high resolution seismic reflection profiling to geomorphic problems. In: Geoöko plus 1, 2nd International Conference on Geomorphology "Geomorphology and Geoecology", Frankfurt/Main, September 3-9, 1989, Abstracts of Papers and Posters, Busche, D. (ed.), Volume l, p. 237.

1. Jol, H.M. and Roberts, M.C. l987. Seismic stratigraphy of the southern Fraser Delta: preliminary results. Canadian Association of Geographers, Western Division Annual Meeting, March 13-15, l987, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Schedule of Events and Abstracts, p. 29.

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