The Fluvial Geomorphology Group studies the movement of water, sediment, organic matter, nutrients and other molecules through watersheds to better understand watershed hydrology, geomorphology, and biogeochemistry. We also investigate how watershed land use and river channel restoration practices influence hydrologically mediated processes such as surface-groundwater interaction, sediment transport, and channel evolution.
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We're studying how White Clay Creek can recover from deforestation and agricultural expansion and to what extent restoration practices can ... Read More
To truly make a difference requires, not only understanding freshwater systems, but working with all kinds of communities to protect ... Read More
Learn how farmers and scientists can work together to maintain the health of soil and streams. Episode 2 in the ... Read More
He's excited to be working to further understanding of freshwater ecosystems and to improve these systems through research, education, and ... Read More
Hydropsychid caddisflies spin silk mesh nets that they use to filter feed. These nets are important ecosystem engineering structures in ... Read More
Because of flooding caused by Hurricane Sandy, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation provided Stroud Water Research Center with a ... Read More