Fluvial Geomorphology

Fluvial geomorphology is the science of how water shapes the Earth's surface. Hydraulic models tell us about the volume of water delivered to the river and the rate at which it flows, that is, the driving force applied to the channel. When combined, these two types of analyses allow reasonable predictions about the river's response to land use changes.  Additionally, this process also allows us to design stabilization measures for degraded channels that are reacting to historical changes in the watershed.  


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Beal Slough

Deadman's Run

Galaxy Meteor

Brentwood Channel

Manchester Channel A

Spencer Creek

Haines Branch Watershed


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