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Mother and daughter perform a science activity involving erosion by water

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At the Hydraulic Engineering Research Unit in Stillwater, OK, Research Leader Sherry Hunt uses large scale physical models of hydraulic structures to analyze flood control, grade stabilization, sediment control, and runoff measurements. After work, as seen here, she provides her daughter Loran with a science activity involving erosion by water. ARS workers continue their important work during the day, and many with children must then transition into educators by night. Sherry's hands-on project ties in nicely with Loran's distance learning lesson on "erosion and weathering."


Photo by Jaley Hunt.


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