Events

Department of Geology Speaker Series
Tuesday, March 10, 2020 - 12:00pm

Department of Geology Speaker Series

 

“Update on Sediment and other Baseline Monitoring

Prior to Removal of Four Dams on the Klamath River”

 

Tuesday, March 10
12:00pm
CIN 90
Free & open to the public

Dr. Anderson will present on “Update on Sediment and other Baseline Monitoring Prior to Removal of Four Dams on the Klamath River”
 at the Department of Geology’s weekly speaker series

Chauncey Anderson is a Hydrologist and Water Quality Specialist for the USGS Oregon Water Science       Center (ORWSC), where he has worked since 1991. He studies the effects of land and water management on aquatic resources; primarily water quality, sediment, and ecosystem responses, in Oregon and nationally. Chauncey has worked extensively around the hydrologic impacts of reservoir operations and is the author of the USGS' national protocol on measurement of turbidity in water, which led him to work on the use of turbidity and other continuously measured surrogates to estimate real-time concentrations of suspended sediment and other constituents in water.  

 Geology Guest Speaker