I am a faculty member in the River, Watershed, and Landscape Dynamics graduate program in the Department of Geography and GIS, which involves interdisciplinary coursework and research experiences bridging physical geography, geology, civil and environmental engineering (CEE), and natural resources and environmental sciences (NRES). I have affiliate appointments in Geology, CEE, and NRES. My primary research interest is in river science, particularly fluvial geomorphology, but I also have broad interests in watershed science and river management.
New Book on Rivers!!
To learn about rivers and river processes, see my new book: River Dynamics: Geomorphology to Support Management. 2020. Cambridge University Press.
Click here to access a free book: Rhoads, B.L. and Thorn, C.E., 1996, The Scientific Nature of Geomorphology.