University of Vermont

Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory and Geomorphology Research Group

Jaron Borg



Jaron came to the UVM Engineering and Mathematics Department in January 2008. Jaron is working with USGS Water Center support and using 10Be adhered to sediments in an attempt to understand the sources of suspended sediment in the Winooski River basin. This isotopic work is closely linked to the physical monitoring of stream bank erosion he is also doing.
MS Thesis (2010)
STREAMBANK STABILITY AND SEDIMENT TRACING IN VERMONT WATERWAYS
Undergraduate Degree
University of Vermont, B.S. Civil Engineering with Environmental Concentration, 2007
Projects
A Study on Soil Mechanics of Streambank Erosion Processes
Other Related Links
UVM's School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences homepage
Email Address
Jaron.Borg@uvm.edu
Current Position and Contact Information (4/2008)
Master's Degree, 2010
College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
109 Votey Hall
33 Colchester Avenue
Burlington, VT 05405-0156
1-800-ENG-MATH (1-800-364-6284)
First-Authored, Meeting Abstracts Based on UVM Research

Borg, J., Dewoolkar, M., and Bierman, P., 2008, Evaluation of streambank stability: Lake Champlain, our lake, our future conference, Burlington, Vt., p. 38. (download pdf)

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