University of Vermont

NSF/UVM Community Cosmogenic Facility (CCF)

Paul Melillo



Paul's research focused on urban hydrology, specifically the changes in infiltration rates caused by land use practices in the City of Burlington. He tested numerous plots using a sprinkling infiltrometer we designed, as well as doing air photo analysis of land use change in neighborhoods around UVM.
Undergraduate Degree
University of Vermont, B.S. Environmental Science, 2002
Related Links
Active Environmental web site
Family web site
Email Address
PMelillo@mundellassociates.com
Refereed Papers

Nichols, K. K., Bierman, P. R., Persico, L., Bosley, A., Melillo, P. and Kurfis, J. (2003) Quantifying land use and urban runoff changes through service learning hydrology projects. Journal of Geoscience Education. v. 51(4), p. 365-372. doi:10.5408/1089-9995-51.4.365

Abstracts

Kurfis, J., Bierman, P. R., Nichols, K., Persico, L. and Melillo, P. (2001) Green university town succumbs to blacktop: Quantifying the increase in impermeable surfaces and runoff through time. GSA Abstracts with Programs, Annual meeting, Boston, MA. v. 32, p. A-179, Abstract 74-0. (download pdf)

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