Dr. Ted Endreny Discusses Flume Utilization
The new ERFEG laboratory allows for expanded research
The environment is increasingly being seen as one of the world's most significant - and real - engineering challenges. But while climate change dominates the headlines, there are countless other ecological challenges being tackled by environmental engineers. One such engineer is Professor Ted Endreny of the SUNY ESF Department of Environmental Resources and Forest Engineering, who is currently carrying out research into the hydraulics of stream restoration.
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