Training Services


Doug Shields has composed and conducted webinars and short courses on a range of topics relevant to stream and river restoration design and engineering. Recent offerings include the following:

Created and presented short course, "Planning and Design of Rivers Using Large Wood," at University of Engineering, Lima, Peru. 

River Restoration with Large Wood: Detailed Design and Construction July 12,2018.

Designing Channels for Stream Restoration: Alluvial ChannelDesign, June 28, 2018.

Designing Channels for Stream Restoration: Threshold Channel Design, June 21, 2018.

Reach Scale Design for River Rehabilitation with Large Wood, November 16, 2017. ASCE Webinar.

Sediment Characteristics, Sources, and Movement, September 19, 2017. ASCE Webinar. 

Designing Channels for Stream Restoration: Alluvial Channel Design, August 21, 2017. ASCE Webinar. 

Designing Channels for Stream Restoration: Threshold Channel Design, August 8, 2017. ASCE Webinar. 

Reach-Scale Design for River Restoration with Large Wood, August 4, 2017, ASCE Webinar.

Stream Restoration: What Works and What Doesn't Work, July 11, 2017, ASCE Webinar. 

Critical Hydraulic Loading for Widely-Used Biotechnical Streambank Erosion Control Measures. Environmental and Water Resources Institute Conference, May, 24, 2017, Sacramento,CA

Recent Findings: Effects of Woody Vegetation on Streambank Erosion and Levee Reliability. GeoTechnical Frontiers Conference. Orlando,Florida, March 14, 2017. 

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