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Geomorphology & Sediment Transport


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USGS scientists working on issues of geomorphology, sediment transport, and surface-water hydrology at the Washington Water Science Center have varied backgrounds in hydrology and/or engineering. These researchers are interested in gravel-bedded rivers, hydraulics of rivers, sediment transport, understanding the interaction and linkages between geomorphology and ecology in river systems, flooding, and the geomorphic response of rivers to changes in sediment load or hydrologic regime.

Some of the Washington Water Science Center people working on geomorphology and sediment-transport project include:

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Andy Gendaszek - Research Hydrologist

Kris Jaeger - Research Hydrologist

Chris Curran - Hydrologist

Scott Anderson - Hydrologist

Mark Mastin - Hydrologist, Surface Water Specialist

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