Christopher Haring, PhD, PG, CFM
RESEARCH PHYSICAL SCIENTIST, LEAD FOR EWN FLUVIAL CHAPTERS
Dr. Haring is a Research Physical Scientist in the River Engineering Branch of the Coastal Hydraulics Laboratory-Engineering Research & Development Center (ERDC). His responsibilities include leading research and development in water resource studies including river engineering and mechanics, geomorphology, sediment management, watershed assessments and USACE’s Engineering With Nature<sub>®</sub> initiative. His current research is focused on developing a restoration manual to provide updated guidance on inland fluvial applications for Engineering With Nature<sub>®</sub>. Another research focus is the development of FluvialGeomorph, a watershed assessment tool that identifies EWN-type natural channel characteristics and maps potential areas of instability within the channel reach.
ERT-21-10: EWN-NNBF Post Wildfire Watershed Restoration, flood, nexus
ERT-21-12: Utilizing EWN in USACE Reservoir Management
UGA-04: Natural infrastructure lifecycles: function, resilience, maintenance, and lifespans