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Learning Units (Hours)
Joseph V. Bellini, PE, PH, DWRE, CFM
One of the more significant issues affecting the quality and integrity of stream systems are instability and sediment loading. While much of the suspended sediment load are small particles (clay and silt) from watershed yield, larger bed-material particles are being eroded, transported, and deposited within stream channels. This course is intended to provide techniques to evaluate erosion potential and design measures to stabilize streams and channels.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end of each of the five lectures, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course material.
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