Presentation Title

Southern California Native Sequestration Structures - The Leaf: Vein Structure, Anthocyanin’s and the Electromagnetic Spectrum

Faculty Mentor

Erika Catanese

Start Date

17-11-2018 8:00 AM

End Date

17-11-2018 8:15 AM

Location

C327

Session

Oral 1

Type of Presentation

Oral Talk

Subject Area

interdisciplinary

Abstract

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's 2100 Climate Scenario has predicted a 4 Degree rise in Celsius (7 Degree rise in Ferenheight) by the year 2100. The Southern California Sequestering Structure "The Leaf" will bring local communities education, shade, and energy through Native Leaf Environmental Design. The Southern California Native Sequestering Structures are systems for community equity advancement because of the education, energy, and shade they will provide through solar sequestration. Procedures included are for a Design and a Build. Design: The initial design procedure will replicate native leaf structures based of 15 Alnus rubra (White Alder) by vein statistical analysis from 15 partially decomposed leaves and 15 full leaves. Build: The construction will include the Standard from the initially analyzed leaves to create the Southern California Native Sequestration Structure. Results are as followed * Please view the Summary of Research Results * With the introduction of "The Leaf" Structures, primarily, native derived education, energy, and shade will be provided at the Local, State and Federal Level for the betterment of community equity.

Further Research Incorporating a “stem/petiole” structure, the column will be researched for the potential to offset and capture the energy from the seismic plate in the event of a catastrophic earthquake. The leaf structure may be able to convert the movement of land into electricity by communication between two Southern California Native Structures.

Utilizing Dye Synthesized Solar Cells designed with the mechanics and structure of a particular leaf pattern per region to enhance overall wavelength sequestration to defuse local and global warming while providing energy to the community. The Southern California Native Sequestration Structure will be monitored with additional liquids via nanofiltration to maintain the transformative chemical reduction for emitting the harvested energy.

Topic Words: Southern California Natives; Ecological Engineering; Plant Structures; The Leaf

Summary of research results to be presented

*Note from the Author*

To Whome this may concern,

My name is Christina Gonzales and this semester (Fall 2018) has been the first since Spring 2016. During this semester, I have had a number of medical treatments and a death in the family, and family emergencies which have stunted the collection of data for the end of September to present. I am currently recovering from a cystic tumoral removal and graphing reconstruction of the jaw from the cystic tumor.

I have previously been accepted to present at SCCUR 2016 on a Semi-Aquatic Riparian Plant Prionium serratum and had much success with the Poster Presentation. At URSCA 2016, I was able to present an Oral Presentation successfully.

At this time, I have collected preliminary literature and will be able to present a full results section with data collected at Millard Canyon in Altadena.

Leaf Structure Data will consist of:

Apex, Base, Blade, Midrib, Vein, Petiole, Stipule, & Margin of a Full and Partially Decomposed Leaves from 15 White Alder Trees of the Riparian Millard Canyon.

Specifically, veins will be counted and assessed by Standard Deviation for the Experimental Research on Floral Structural Influence.

Pictures of all specimens in the field will be used for the data collection as well as a foreground for furthering the research.

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Southern California Native Sequestration Structures - The Leaf: Vein Structure, Anthocyanin’s and the Electromagnetic Spectrum

C327

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's 2100 Climate Scenario has predicted a 4 Degree rise in Celsius (7 Degree rise in Ferenheight) by the year 2100. The Southern California Sequestering Structure "The Leaf" will bring local communities education, shade, and energy through Native Leaf Environmental Design. The Southern California Native Sequestering Structures are systems for community equity advancement because of the education, energy, and shade they will provide through solar sequestration. Procedures included are for a Design and a Build. Design: The initial design procedure will replicate native leaf structures based of 15 Alnus rubra (White Alder) by vein statistical analysis from 15 partially decomposed leaves and 15 full leaves. Build: The construction will include the Standard from the initially analyzed leaves to create the Southern California Native Sequestration Structure. Results are as followed * Please view the Summary of Research Results * With the introduction of "The Leaf" Structures, primarily, native derived education, energy, and shade will be provided at the Local, State and Federal Level for the betterment of community equity.

Further Research Incorporating a “stem/petiole” structure, the column will be researched for the potential to offset and capture the energy from the seismic plate in the event of a catastrophic earthquake. The leaf structure may be able to convert the movement of land into electricity by communication between two Southern California Native Structures.

Utilizing Dye Synthesized Solar Cells designed with the mechanics and structure of a particular leaf pattern per region to enhance overall wavelength sequestration to defuse local and global warming while providing energy to the community. The Southern California Native Sequestration Structure will be monitored with additional liquids via nanofiltration to maintain the transformative chemical reduction for emitting the harvested energy.

Topic Words: Southern California Natives; Ecological Engineering; Plant Structures; The Leaf