Wood in Neotropical Headwater Streams, Costa Rica & Panama
Numerous studies document the geomorphic and ecological importance of wood in temperate headwater streams. Although the majority of existing literature on instream wood comes from the Pacific Northwest, within the past decade studies from elsewhere in the U.S., as well as Europe, Asia, Australia, and South America have expanded our understanding of regional differences that influence instream wood.
   Land & Water Quality of Life in the Peruvian Amazon
(EWB Fort Collins Chapter/CWI)
The village of Santa Rosa de Dinamarca, located on the Ucayali River in the Peruvian Amazon, has requested the assistance of EWB - FC in the design and construction of a potable water supply and distribution system and in the demarcation of technical boundaries for their territory.
   Modeling Complex Interactions of Overlapping River & Road Networks in a Changing Landscape, Puerto Rico
The importance of road and river network intersections in determining dynamic changes to landscapes will be tested using individual/agent-based simulation modeling that integrates field-based physical, biological and social sub-models.