I took a graduate-level stream restoration class with a field-based lab.
We spent the semester working in teams that spanned many disciplines to
assess the condition and restoration potential of a stream in a local
disc golf course. I co-authored the report below to summarize our
analysis of one reach of the stream. Considering the adjascent reaches
analyzed by other teams, the class discussed restoration potential and
submitted a cumulative report to the park manager.
Reach 1 Final Report: Assesment of Existing Conditions
Site assessment report and restoration concept: Worrell Creek at Carroll Marty Disc Golf Course, Ames, IA
In the lab portion of my geomorphology class, the class spent two weeks
surveying an area of Carleton's Cowling Arboretum. Our goal was to
analyze the geomorphological features of the region to determine whether
it was an appropriate area for a wetland restoration project, as
suggested by arboretum management. As a project manager, I coordinated
specialized teams and co-authored the introduction, summaries, and
conclusion of our cumulative report.
The Plausibility of Wetland Restoration in Cowling Arboretum: Geomorphological Analysis
Mapping excercises in Iowa and Minnesota
Takaways were a topographic map, lateral cross sections of water depth and
velocity, and a report