Category: Water Resources
  • February

    EL’s Toxicology Lab conducts unique oyster study

    NORFOLK, Va.--With a heavy-duty pump steadily providing the heartbeat for the Dec. 5-12 research
  • ERDC’s Field Research Facility deploys largest wave energy converter in U.S.

    DUCK, N.C.--ERDC-CHL’s Field Research Facility (FRF) in Duck, N.C., recently hosted Resolute Marine
  • January

    ERDC EL develops assessment model for the John H. Kerr Dam Project

    Jan. 11, 2013, BOYDTON, Va.--ERDC Environmental Laboratory (EL) researchers have developed a model that assesses alternative scenarios for the John H. Kerr Dam and Reservoir recently approved by the Headquarters U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (HQUSACE) Model Certification Team.
  • Energy, water technology demonstration programs offer opportunities

    Two technology demonstration and validation programs use Department of Defense (DOD) installations as test beds — the Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP) and the Installation Technology Transition Program (ITTP). These programs ultimately aim to improve energy security and to save energy and water. Both seek willing host sites, and getting involved is easier than you may think.
  • December

    ERDC helps universities bring innovation to Fort Benning

    Dec. 21, 2012, FORT BENNING, Ga.--Researchers with ERDC Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) recently took the initiative to integrate local universities into the erosion control design process for the new Fort Benning maneuver box.
  • November

    Collaborative telemetry project addresses Gulf sturgeon movement

    Researchers with ERDC’s Environmental Laboratory (EL) Fish Ecology Team, along with staff at the University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Laboratory, are working on a collaborative telemetry project to address Gulf sturgeon movement and habitat use within the project area of the Gulfport harbor expansion project in Gulfport, Miss.
  • CHL’s Pre-Hurricane Sandy and Pre-Nor'easter Modeling

    ERDC Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory (CHL), working through the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ (USACE) Reachback Operations Center (UROC), was asked by the USACE New York District to provide numerical modeling of potential inundation and overland flooding for Hurricane Sandy that made landfall on Oct. 29 and the nor'easter that followed on Nov. 7.
  • Flood Stoppers eCYBERMISSION Team wins state championship with ERDC’s help

    With their award-winning website main page displayed in the background, the Flood Stoppers eCYBERMISSION Team met with ERDC Commander Col. Kevin Wilson, far right, to share their accomplishments in this year’s competitions and receive his congratulations.
  • Students make major contributions to fish barrier project

    Two undergraduate students employed at ERDC’s Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) during summer 2012 shared a unique experience when they contributed to a project at Chicago’s electric fish barriers.
  • October

    EL Fish Biologists Provide River Tour for Prominent Conservationist

    ERDC Environmental Laboratory’s (EL) Fish Ecology Team recently conducted fishery demonstrations and a tour of the Mississippi River for Theodore Roosevelt IV, a prominent conservationist who is the great-grandson of the 26th president of the United States, “Rough Rider” and naturalist, Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt, and guests.
  • ERDC Engineer Recognized at Levee Safety Meeting

    ERDC Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) Hydraulic Engineer Bryan Baker was recently recognized for his exemplary support of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ (USACE) Levee Safety Program and the engineering and construction community during the Corps’ Levee Safety Community of Practice meetings in Southbridge, Mass.