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.
BS Thesis (University of Vermont, 2003)
Compacted green space and effects on storm stormwater hydrology
download pdf of BS thesis
Undergraduate Degree
University of Vermont, B.S. cum laude Geology, 2003
Honors and Awards
NSF GK-12 Fellowship, ASU 2010-2011
NSF IGERT Fellow in Urban Ecology, ASU 2006-2011
NSF REU Award, Plattsburgh State University, 2002
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, School of Earth and Space Exploration, Ph.D. in Geological Sciences, 2011
Arizona State University, Department of Geology, M.S. Geological Sciences, 2005
Related Links
Nathan's UVU homepage
Nathan's research page
Email Address
Current Position and Contact Information (8/2018)
Associate Professor
Department of Earth Science
Utah Valley University
800 W. University Parkway
Orem, Utah 84058

Lord, A., Lini, A., Toke, N., Parris, A. S. and Bierman, P. R. (2002) Contrasting evolution of northern New England post-glacial lakes. GSA Abstracts with Programs, NE section meeting, Springfield, MA. (download pdf)

Lord, A., Lini, A., Toke, N., Parris, A. and Bierman, P. R. (2001) Post-glacial evolution of northern New England lakes. GSA Abstracts with Programs, Annual meeting, Boston, MA. v. 32, p. A-314. (download pdf)

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