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N-EWN Seminar: Translating EWN Research Into Practice: Levee Setbacks On The Lower Missouri River


The Network for Engineering With Nature® (EWN) invites you to the N-EWN Knowledge Series: A Continuing Education Series about Engineering with Nature—Translating EWN Research Into Practice: Levee Setbacks On The Lower Missouri River, with Matt Chambers. This 1-hour Zoom webinar will take place Thursday, October 20, 2022, at 12:30pm ET. 

Matt Chambers

Guest speaker Matt Chambers, of the University of Georgia, discusses modeling studies that he and his colleagues have performed which suggest significant hydraulic benefits in idealized streams and on the Wabash River. This research is being translated into practice on the Lower Missouri River in partnership with the USACE Omaha District, ERDC, and local levee district managers. Concept realignments reconnect 2,000-8,000 acres of floodplain and, if the project moves forward, could result in a setback that is significantly larger in scale than previous projects. This webinar provides an overview of the setback project, potential realignments to maximize hydraulic and conservation benefits, design relative to the historic 1890’s channel, and design relative to patterns in historic breaching.

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

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