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  Seminar: Flow Through Multiple Layers of Riparian Vegetation and Insights as a New Faculty Member  
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Flow Through Multiple Layers
of Riparian Vegetation
and
Insights as a New Faculty Member

Dr. Leslie Hopkinson
Assistant Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering
West Virginia University

Dr. Leslie Hopkinson earned her Ph.D. degree in Biological Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech specializing in natural resources management and ecological engineering. She has taught courses in freshman engineering, hydrology, nonpoint source pollution, and stream classification. Dr. Hopkinson's research focus is in surface hydrology, environmental hydraulics, streambank stability, vegetation fluid interactions, and watershed management. This talk will examine the role of riparian vegetation on the hydraulic forces applied to streambanks and will introduce current research projects in CEE at WVU. Dr. Hopkinson will also discuss her insights as a second year Assistant Professor.

REFRESHMENTS IN LOBBY @ 3:00 PM


Location: Fralin Auditorium
Price: free
Sponsor: Biological Systems Engineering Department
Contact: Dr. Mary Leigh Wolfe
E-Mail: mlwolfe@vt.edu
(540) 231-6615
   
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