View the last 5 days of the renovation in the playlist below.
Members of the WRES group are well represented at the AGU fall meeting scheduled for December 10-14, 2018 in Washington D.C. A list of posters and presentations follows below: OS12A-01 Autogenic subaqueous mechanism for continental shelf formation associated with clinoform migration: dissolved salt, gravity-driven and wave-supported turbidity currents Toshiki Iwasaki, Civil Engineering Research Institute for […]
As part of the renovation of the Hydrosystems Laboratory, a new 50,000 gallon sump is being built on the west side of the building between the Hydrosystems Laboratory and the Coordinated Sciences Laboratory to support continued activities within the main laboratory space, the Ven Te Chow Laboratory. The new sump will replace the existing 100,000 […]
The Environmental Hydrology and Hydraulic Engineering (EHHE) program in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering is changing its name to Water Resources Engineering and Science (WRES) to better reflect areas of study within the program outside of traditional hydrology and hydraulic engineering. These areas include water policy and water-resources management, as well as hydrology and […]