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NSF/UVM Community Cosmogenic Facility (CCF)

Charles Trodick



Charles came to UVM in August of 2008 after spending a semester at Vanderbilt and getting his BA in Geology and Business from Cornell College. He is investigating human impacts on the environment and how to lessen them with a focus on the Potomac River Watershed.
MS Thesis, Geology (University of Vermont, 2011)
In Situ And Meteoric 10Be Concentrations Of Fluvial Sediment Collected From The Potomac River
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Undergraduate degree
Cornell College, B.A. Geology, Economics and Business, 2007
Email Address
ctrodick@gmail.com
Current Position and Contact Information (11/2011)
Charles Trodick Jr.
22159 283 Ave
LeClaire, IA 52753
Refereed Papers

Portenga, E., Bierman, P. R., Trodick, C., Dejong, B., Greene, S. and Pavich, M. (in review, 4/2017) Background rates of erosion and sediment generation in the Potomac River basin, USA, derived using in situ 10Be, meteoric 10Be, and 9Be. GSA Bulletin.
Abstracts

Portenga, E., Bierman, P. R., Trodick, C. and Rood, D. (2010) Low rates of bedrock outcrop erosion in the central Appalachian Mountains, inferred from in situ 10Be concentrations. GSA Abstracts with Programs, Annual meeting, Denver, CO. v. 42(5), p. 33, Abstract 4-12. (download pdf)

Trodick, C., Bierman, P. R., Pavich, M., Reusser, L., Portenga, E. and Rood, D. (2010) Basin Scale Erosion Rates from the Potomac River Basin using In Situ and Meteoric 10Be. GSA Abstracts with Programs, Annual meeting, Denver, CO. v. 42(5), p. 33, Abstract 4-13. (download pdf)

Trodick, C. D. Jr., Bierman, P. R., Pavich, M., Reusser, L. J. and Rood, D. (2009) Meteoric 10Be concentrations in the Potomac River Basin. GSA Abstracts with Programs, Annual meeting, Portland, OR. v. 41, No. 7, p. 625, Abstract 244-38. (download pdf)

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