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Eddy J Langendoen

Research Hydraulic Engineer


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Dr. Langendoen is a Research Hydraulic Engineer with the Watershed Physical Processes Research Unit located in Oxford, Mississippi.  His research integrates advances from multiple disciplines covering hydrology, hydraulics, sediment transport mechanics, channel erosion, and bioengineering into a unified, predictive framework to assess the impact of in-stream and riparian zone management on channel morphologic adjustment, with specific emphasis on reducing in-stream sediment loads and improving the ecological integrity of degraded stream systems.  He leads the ongoing development of the USDA channel evolution computer model CONCEPTS and USDA bank stability and toe erosion model BSTEM.

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