|International Technology Transfer
Provided information of vetiver grass to grounds manager of Panama Canal Zone
10 August 1993
University of Melbourne, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, regarding urban stream restoration efforts in US
University of Innsbruck faculty and local officials regarding ecological research in stressed ecosystems, bioassessment, and channel stability
27 November - 1 December 1995
Environment Canada, Ontario Ministry of Ministry of Natural Resources, Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy, Trent University, and Ducks Unlimited Canada regarding perturbations on riverine wetlands
17 October 1985
French Delegation on Technology Transfer from the National Center of Agricultural and Forestry Engineering and Water Management regarding soil and water conservation practices
Institute for Soil Science, Munich
Indian Council of Agricultural Research University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore. Training in erosion control technology.
24 June 1992
Central Soil and Water Conservation Research and Training Institute, Dehradun, India
2 Sep 1992
OICD and Indonesian officials regarding watershed instrumentation
14 June 1993
University of Padua regarding DEC research and findings
23 July 1993
Korean Institute of Construction Technology
17-23 October 1994
Korean Institute of Construction Technology the Korean Society of Civil Engineers
Dept. of Soil Science Selangor Univ. of Agriculture faculty was provided training on soil erosion control methods practiced on DEC watersheds.
11 March 1991
Employees of the government of and fellows of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, regarding restoration of erosion-damaged stream habitats.
Consultation on erosion and sediment yield from complex DEC watersheds.
Republic of China
25 June 1993
Government soil conservation agency officials regarding watershed research
Regional and local officials. Agricultural watershed management and erosion control.
Queens College, Univ of Nottingham was given airborne videos of DEC channels for use in geomorphic research
Dept. of Geography,University of London was provided information and data on various aspects of bedload transport from Goodwin Creek
8 Sep 1993
University of East Anglia, United Kingdom regarding DEC research
9 June 1994
Queen Mary and Westfield College, regarding structures for stream channel stabilization and habitat restoration.