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Watershed-based science for the Ozarks

Conduct environmental monitoring and assessment.

Support local sustainability initiatives.

Provide student training outside the classroom.

OEWRI booth set up at the 2020 Missouri Natural Resources Conference in Osage Beach, February 4-6.

 

OEWRI students and staff attended the 2020 Missouri Natural Resources Conference in Osage Beach, February 4-6.  Find out more about the conference here: https://mnrc.org/

List of OEWRI Poster Presentations:

  • Shoukat Ahmed - Hydraulic Modeling of Big Barren Creek using HEC-RAS, SE Missouri. 
  • Sierra Casagrand - Pre-settlement Stream Channel Form and Riparian Characteristics Using Government Land Records, Big Barren Creek Watershed, Mark Twain National Forest.
  • Kayla Coonen - Nonpoint Pollution Source Modeling and Bank Erosion Contributions in Mineral Fork and Mill Creek Watersheds, SE Missouri. 
  • Michael Ferguson and Max Hillermann - Update on the Big River Lead Remediation Structures Project, Missouri. 
  • Joe Nash - Geomorphic Assessment of Mussel Habitat in Roubidoux Creek and Big Piney River, Fort Leonard Wood, Pulaski County, Missouri.
  • Tyler Pursley - Missouri Agricultural Watershed Assessment (MAWA) Program. 
  • Jeannie Fehr - Multi-Phased Approach to Bacteria Source Assessment, Pearson Creek, Greene County, Missouri. 

NEW GRANT PROJECT FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS

OEWRI students are working with NRCS-Missouri on watershed assessments in agricultural watersheds to help implement conservation practices that will improve water quality. Click above and check out the Twitter post!

FLUVIAL GEOMORPHOLOGY AND STREAM ECOLOGY TAG TEAM TOGETHER

Dr. Pavlowsky and OEWRI Graduate Assistants teach a fluvial geomorphology field exercise for Dr. Finn’s Stream Ecology course.

 

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