University of Vermont

Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory and Geomorphology Research Group

Mandar Dewoolkar



Mandar is a Geotechnical Engineer with whom we are working to understand better the sources of sediment entering the Winooski River in northern Vermont. Our work together involves both monitoring of back stability and tracing of sediment using meteoric 10Be.
Doctoral Degree
University of Colorado, Boulder, Ph.D., 1996
Other Related Links
Mandar's UVM CEMS web page
Narrative of Mandar's approach to teaching
College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences web page
Email Address
mandar@cems.uvm.edu
Current Position and Contact Information (3/2008)
Assistant Professor of Engineering
College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
213 Votey Hall
33 Colchester Ave
Burlington,VT 05405
1-800-ENG-MATH (1-800-364-6284)
Other 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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