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Nathan A. Toke

Department of Earth Science
Utah Valley University
Associate Professor

Expertise: earthquake geology/geomorphology/active tectonics
 
 
About Me Publications
Toke, N. A., Salisbury, J. B., Bunds, M., Arrowsmith, R. R., Matheson, E. C., Kellum, L. T., Abueg, N. M., Sato, T., Horns, D., Anderson, J., Carlson, J. K., & Selck, J. (2015). The Formation, Preservation, and Documentation of Holocene Deformation from Aseismic Surface Creep using Paleoseismology and Structure from Motion at the Dry Lake Valley Site on the Central San Andreas Fault. Geosphere, (in preparation). SCEC Contribution 2101
Toke, N. A., Abueg, N. M., Anderson, J., Kellum, L. T., Selck, J., Sato, T., Salisbury, J. B., & Arrowsmith, J. R. (2012). Recognition of Paleoseismicity along Creeping Faults: Examples from the Dry Lake Valley Site on the central San Andreas. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union,. SCEC Contribution 1842
Haddad, D. E., Akciz, S. O., Arrowsmith, R. R., Rhodes, D. D., Oldow, J., Zielke, O., Toke, N. A., Haddad, A., Mauer, J., & Shilpakar, P. (2012). Applications of airborne and terrestrial laser scanning to paleoseismology. Geosphere, 8(4), 771-786. doi: 10.1130/GES00701.1. SCEC Contribution 1631
Toke, N. A., Arrowsmith, R. R., Rymer, M. J., Landgraf, A., Haddad, D., Busch, M., & Coyan, J. A. (2011). Late Holocene slip rate of the San Andreas fault and its accommodation by creep and moderate-magnitude earthquakes at Parkfield, California. Geology, 39(3), 243-246. doi: 10.1130/G31498.1. SCEC Contribution 1452

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