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N-EWN Seminar: Application of Natural & Nature-Based Features in Channel Stabilization


The Network for Engineering With Nature® (EWN) invites you to the N-EWN Knowledge Series: A Continuing Education Series about Engineering with Nature—Application of Natural & Nature-Based Features in Channel Stabilization, with Dr. David Biedenharn. This 1-hour Zoom webinar will take place Thursday, January 19, 2023, at 12:30pm ET. 

Guest speaker, Dr. David Biedenharn, is a professional engineer with over forty years of experience in hydraulics, river engineering, sedimentation, channel restoration, and fluvial geomorphology. He is presently a Research Hydraulic Engineer with the USACE Engineer Research Development Center (ERDC). He has been a leader in advancing a systems approach to channel studies, that ensures that planned restoration features function both at the local and watershed scales and allows for the proper inclusion of natural and nature-based features to meet project goals.

For previously recorded seminars, please visit the N-EWN Seminars page.

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Research Physical Scientist, Lead for Ewn Fluvial Chapters, Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory, ERDC


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