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Champaign, IL 61826-9005

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ERDC researchers pose for a group shot after the completion of Key Resolve 2017 with members of the 916th FEST-A, March 16, 2017. From left to right are Noah Garfinkle, CERL, Sgt. 1st Class Luis Rodriguez, Capt. John Lee Membrere-Mercado, 1st Lt. Mark Guirao, 1st Lt. Nuttapong Lea, 1st Lt. Kyle Ramirez, Maj. Aaron Takahashi, Capt. Seung Yoo, Capt. Jesse Jordan and Pat Guertin, CERL.
Contingency Base Site Identification for the Tactical Environment support Key Resolve 2017
ERDC researchers pose for a group shot after the completion of Key Resolve 2017 with members of the 916th FEST-A, March 16, 2017. From left to right are Noah Garfinkle, CERL, Sgt. 1st Class Luis Rodriguez, Capt. John Lee Membrere-Mercado, 1st Lt. Mark Guirao, 1st Lt. Nuttapong Lea, 1st Lt. Kyle Ramirez, Maj. Aaron Takahashi, Capt. Seung Yoo, Capt. Jesse Jordan and Pat Guertin, CERL.
As a stand-alone software application, the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center's "Contingency Base Site Identification for the Tactical Environment" provides military planners with the ability to remotely sense potential CB site locations through weighted algorithms based upon military planning factors.
USACE Video Highlights "Contingency Base Site Identification for the Tactical Environment" Software
As a stand-alone software application, the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center's "Contingency Base Site Identification for the Tactical Environment" provides military planners with the ability to remotely sense potential CB site locations through weighted algorithms based upon military planning factors.
William Goran, formerly with the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL), is the 2014 GreenGov Presidential Awards Climate Champion.  Goran was selected for his leadership in integrating climate change into the plans of multiple agencies.
Goran is named GreenGov Presidential Awards Climate Champion
William Goran, formerly with the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL), is the 2014 GreenGov Presidential Awards Climate Champion. Goran was selected for his leadership in integrating climate change into the plans of multiple agencies.

News

Gurtowski wins award for teamwork

Luke Gurtowski, a research chemical engineer with the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development
[Published: 4/20/2017]

USACE R&D supports exercise Key Resolve 2017

Researchers from the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s Construction Engineering
[Published: 4/19/2017]

USACE R&D labs team up for success in Greenland

Three laboratories of the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center -- Cold Regions
[Published: 3/16/2017]