AWRA-WA June 2022 Virtual Lunch Meeting

  • 23 Jun 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual Event


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The American Water Resources Association Washington Section presents:

AWRA-WA Virtual Lunch Meeting--

Decadal-Scale Effects of Large Wood Restoration on Channel Morphology and Groundwater Connectivity, Taneum Creek, WA

Speaker: Sam Fixler, Central Washington University Grad Student

Thursday, June 23rd, 2022

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

VIRTUAL MEETING!!!  You will receive a link to participate via our webinar service when you register AND the day before the event.

Thank you to Green Economics for sponsoring the technology of this event!

BioSam Fixler is a 2nd year geology graduate student at Central Washington University studying large wood and groundwater dynamics in Taneum Creek. Sam's background is in fluvial geomorphology, with expertise in large wood, flume studies, hyporheic flow, and channel dynamics. In the fall, Sam intends to pursue a PhD at University of Colorado, Boulder, studying the mechanics of floodplain large wood transport.


Free for EVERYONE!!! 

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