University of Vermont

NSF/UVM Community Cosmogenic Facility (CCF)

Nathan Toke

Nathan worked with a team including Lyman Persico, Megan McGee and Jackie Hickerson to understand better the impact of compaction on soil infiltration and run-off water quality. Nathan's work involved late night gutter sampling as well as roto-tilling, manure application and reseeding test plots on campus.
Undergraduate Degree
University of Vermont, B.S. cum laude Geology, 2003
B.S. thesis (2003) Compacted green space and effects on storm stormwater hydrology (download pdf)
Urban Hydrology
Honors and Awards
David Hawley Award for undergraduate research in geology, UVM 2001
Vermont Scholars Award, University of Vermont, 1999-2003
John Dewey Scholar, University of Vermont, 1999-2003
Additional Degrees
Arizona State University, Ph.D. (in progress)
Arizona State University, M.S. Geology, 2005
Other Related Links
Arizona State University homepage
Email Address
Current Position and Contact Information (4/2008)
Ph D Candidate
School of Earth and Space Exploration
Arizona State University
P.O. Box 871404
Bateman Physical Sciences Center F-wing, Room 686
Tempe, Arizona 85287-1404
Other Meeting Abstracts Based on UVM Research

Lord, A., Lini, A., Toke, N., Parris, A.S., and Bierman, P., 2002, Contrasting evolution of northern New England post-glacial lakes: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. (download pdf)

Lord, A., Lini, A., Toke, N., Parris, A., and Bierman, P., 2001, Post-glacial evolution of northern New England lakes: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 32, p. A-314. (download pdf)

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