NCD will be offering our Level I workshop “Geomorphic Processes of Natural Channels in the Arid Southwest”. This is an introductory workshop which focuses on providing information on how to recognize important stream features, field measurement and analysis of basic stream dimensions as well as analysis of stability and stream function. We will focus on how to use the Rosgen Stream Classification system and how to use regional curves. If you work in riparian or stream habitats, aquatic ecology or water quality, or do work in watersheds that may affect downstream systems, then the information provided will help you collect, analyze and interpret meaningful stream morphology data that provides insight into stream physical and ecological stability and function.
This is a four-day workshop that will be offered in the Fall of 2017 and be presented in Flagstaff, Az. We will utilize local streams for our field work. Participants should come prepared to be outside and working in streams for an extended period of time. If you or your group have specific topics you would like to see covered in the course material, please give us a call and we will try to work it in.
The workshops are limited to 20 participants each, please fill out and return the registration form or contact us to make your reservation.
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