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    What's Wrong with Rip Rap - Intro to Fluvial-Geomorphology

     

    Hey People

    I just came across the webinar Stephanie Moret and I did for Forester University entitled "Whats Wrong with Rip Rap - Intro to Fluvial-Geomorphology".  It is FREE!   And you can receive Continuing Education Units !!  Plan on spending an hour learning or (refreshing your knowledge) on watershed and stream concepts and finishing up with an introduction to "Environmentally-Sensitive Streambank Stabilization Techniques (ESenSS).  ESenSS is excerpted from NCHRP Report-544 - Environmentally-Sensitive Channel and Bank Protection measures (2005).  

    I'm currently working on a new brand new Streambank Stabilization Webinar for IECA, so stay tuned for that also. 

     

     Click the link to see Forester University webinar

    http://foresteruniversity.net/e-learning.html

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