- What: Bitterroot Trout Unlimited November 2012 program
- Program title: Why Rivers Flood, the art and science of fluvial morphology
- When: Thursday, November 15, 2012, 7:00 PM
- Where: Hamilton Elks Lodge, 203 State St, Hamilton, Montana
- Speaker: Karin Boyd, President of Applied Geomorphology
This program is open to the public.Do you know the difference between a thalweg and a sculpin? One relates to fluvial morphology and the other is a fish. Karin Boyd is an acknowledged leader in fluvial morphology. Her main professional interests are determining how physical conditions and human influences collectively affect the form and behavior of the river systems, and applying this information to develop strategies for remediation, restoration, and long-term resource management. She has worked in kangaroo infested streams in Australia, snake invested streams in Mississippi and bulldozer infested streams in Montana. With this opportunity to learn about these concepts, Bitterroot residents will gain a better understanding of the impacts of construction projects near waterways.
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163 S 2nd St Hamilton, Montana
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Information for Elks Lodge
203 State Street
Hamilton, MT 59840-2522
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