surface processes research group

 

Geomorphology at oregon state

Faculty, courses, and research groups in geomorphology and allied disciplines at Oregon State, where we benefit from diverse faculty and courses in geomorphology and allied disciplines of hydrodynamics, hydrology, forestry, sedimentology, paleoclimatology, and remote sensing.

geomorphology faculty

    Gordon Grant, Courtesy Prof., Coll. Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, FES, FERM

    Rob Holman, Prof., Coll. Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

    Julia Jones, Prof., Coll. Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

    Stephen Lancaster, Assoc. Prof., Coll. Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

    Andrew Meigs, Prof., Coll. Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

    Jay Noller, Prof., Dept. Crop and Soil Science

    Peter Ruggiero, Assoc. Prof., Coll. Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

faculty in related disciplines

    Ed Brook, Prof., Coll. Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

    Peter Clark, Prof., Coll. Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

    Richard Cuenca, Prof., Dept. Biological and Ecological Engineering

    Loren Davis, Assoc. Prof., Dept. Anthropology

    Maria Dragila, Prof., Dept. Crop and Soil Sciences

    Roy Haggerty, Prof., Coll. Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

    David Hill, Assoc. Prof., School Civil and Construction Engineering

    Marcus Kleber, Asst. Prof., Dept. Crop and Soil Science

    Arturo Leon, Asst. Prof., School Civil and Construction Engineering

    Jeffrey McDonnell, Prof., Dept. Forest Engineering, Resources and Management

    Anne Nolin, Assoc. Prof., Coll. Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

    Tuba Ozkan-Haller, Assoc. Prof., Coll. Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

    Julie Pett-Ridge, Asst. Prof., Dept. Crop and Soil Science

    John Selker, Prof., Dept. Biological and Ecological Engineering

    Arne Skaugset, Assoc. Prof., Dept. Forest Engineering, Resources and Management

    Desiree Tullos, Asst. Prof., Dept. Biological and Ecological Engineering

    Harry Yeh, Prof., School Civil and Construction Engineering

Research and Interest Groups

    Surface Processes Research Group

    Watershed Processes Group

    Soilscape Studio

    Active Tectonics

    Coastal Imaging Lab

    HJ Andrews Experimental Forest

    Institute for Water and Watersheds

surface processes courses

    GEO 322 Surface Processes (Lancaster, fall, yearly)

    GEO 432/532 Applied Geomorphology (Lancaster, spring, yearly)

    GEO 433/533 Coastal Geomorphology (Ruggiero, winter, odd years)

    CSS 466/566 Soil Morphology and Classification (Noller, spring, yearly)

    CSS 468 Digital Mapping of Soilscapes (Noller, winter, even years)

    GEO 481/581 Glacial Geology (Clark, fall, even years)

    FE 536 Forest Erosion Processes (Skaugset, spring, even years)

    GEO 537 Tectonic Geomorphology (Meigs, fall, odd years)

    BEE 545 Sediment Transport (Cuenca, spring, odd years)

    GEO 548 Field Research in Geomorphology and Landscape Ecology (Jones, fall, yearly)

    CSS 568 Soil Geomorphology (Noller, winter, odd years)

    GEO 582 Geomorphology of Forests and Streams (Lancaster, winter, even years)

    CE/OC 635 Applied Modeling of Nearshore Processes (Hill, Ozkan-Haller)

    OC 664 Littoral Processes and Sedimentation (Holman, Ruggiero)

hydraulics and fluid mechanics courses

    CE 505 Transient Flows (Leon, fall, odd years)

    CE 547 Water Resources Engineering I: Principles of Fluid Mechanics (Istok, fall, yearly)

    CE 640 ST / Open Channel Hydraulics (Hill, winter, yearly)

    OC 669 ST / Nearshore Hydrodynamics (Ozkan-Haller, fall)

    OC 670 Fluid Dynamics (Kurapov, fall)

    OC 674 Turbulence

hydrology courses

    BEE 512 Physical Hydrology (Cuenca, fall, yearly)

    CE 514 Groundwater Hydraulics (Istok, winter, yearly)

    BEE 525 Stochastic Hydrology (Selker, spring, odd years)

    FE 532 Forest Hydrology (Skaugset, spring, odd years)

    CSS 535 Soil Physics (Dragila, fall, odd years)

    CSS 536 Vadose Zone Hydrology Lab (Dragila, fall, yearly)

    BEE 549 Regional Hydrologic Modeling (Cuenca, winter, odd years)

    CSS 635 Advanced Soil Physics (Dragila, fall, even years)

    GEO 691 Mass and Heat Transport in the Environment (Haggerty, spring, even years)

water resources engineering courses

    CHE 514 Fluid Flow (Jovanovic, winter, yearly)

    ENVE 521 Water and Wastewater Characterization (Dolan, fall, yearly)

    ENVE 522 Environmental Engineering Design (Wood, winter, yearly)

    BEE 529 Biosystems Modeling Techniques (Bolte, winter, yearly)

    ENVE 531 Fate and Transport of Chemicals (Semprini, winter, yearly)

    BEE 533 Irrigation System Design (Cuenca, spring, even years)

    FE 534 Forest Watershed Management (Skaugset, winter, yearly)

    ENVE 541 Biological Wastewater Treatment (Dolan, winter, yearly)

    BEE 546 River Engineering (Tullos, winter, odd years)

    ENVE 556 Sustainable Water Resources Development (Wildenschild, spring, yearly)

    CHE 581 ST / Introduction to Numerical Methods (Wood, winter, yearly)

    CE 5XX Starm-water Management and Modeling (Leon, fall, even years)

    ENVE 5XX Groundwater Remediation (Semprini, spring, yearly)

geotechnical engineering courses

    CE 570 ST / Shear Strength and Slope Stability

    CE 573 Earth Structures

    CE 574 Engineering Properties of Soils

    CE 575 Earth Retention and Support

courses in closely related subjects

    GEO 370 Stratigraphy and Sedimentology (Clark)

    GEO 444/544 Remote Sensing of the Environment (Nolin, fall, yearly)

    GEO 486/586 Quaternary Paleoclimatology (Brook, winter, odd years)

    ANTH 537 Geoarchaeology (Davis, fall)

    OC 562 Sedimentary Processes in Ocean Basins (Klinkhammer, winter)

    OC/GEO 633 Geochronology and Isotope Geology (Koppers, fall, odd years)