Class Announcements

You will find an archive here of all class announcements. Check the assignments board for recent lab assignments and reading.

Not Just Kayakers that Surf Waves.... Geese?

posted Oct 25, 2011, 2:25 PM by Joe Wheaton   [ updated Oct 25, 2011, 2:26 PM ]

Thanks to Tracy Bowerman for finding this...

Geomorphic Change Detection Workshop

posted Apr 6, 2011, 7:29 PM by Joseph Wheaton   [ updated Apr 6, 2011, 7:33 PM ]

Some of you have asked about the ICRRR Restoration Monitoring: Geomorphic Change Detection - workshop. You can register for this and you will only have to pay for the tuition for 1 credit (Summer 2011 Semester CRN is: 31558). This will be taught in Park City on May 12 and 13th.

Spring Runoff Conference Tue & Wed - No CLASS TUE!

posted Mar 24, 2011, 8:12 PM by Joseph Wheaton

I forgot to announce in class today that we will not have class on Tuesday, because I want to encourage you to attend the Spring Runoff Conference. We have an exciting line up of speakers and presenters this year and registration is FREE for students. Please register!   We will resume lecture and lab on Thursday!

Just a Reminder... Annotated Bibliography

posted Feb 25, 2011, 7:11 AM by Joseph Wheaton

As per the term paper guidelines, there will be an annotated bibliography due next Thursday. The 'annotation' part does not need to be elaborate (a sentence or two or a few bullets explaining how this fits into your review will suffice). This is really just to pace you on your term papers as we move forward, so that you've started reading your literature and digging up sources.

Term Papers

posted Jan 22, 2011, 11:39 AM by Joseph Wheaton

I have finally posted the requirements and deadlines for your term paper here. Tuesday, January 25's guest lecture by Susanne Clement will help you prepare for the first deadline.

E-Book for Bates et al. (2005) Now Available

posted Jan 21, 2011, 12:16 PM by Joseph Wheaton

The Bates et al. (2005) text we will refer to is now available as an -ebook for free through our library.

Bates PD, Lane SN and Ferguson RI (Eds). 2005. Computational Fluid Dynamics: Applications in Environmental Hydraulics. Computational Fluid Dynamics. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 540 pp. DOI:10.1002/0470015195

Nordic United fundraiser and film festival: 25 January 2011

posted Jan 21, 2011, 6:14 AM by Joseph Wheaton

From Tracy Bowerman:
Hey all,

A lot of people don't know it, but this year, grooming Green Canyon has been done on a completely voluntary basis, a task which is being organized by Nordic United.  Along with grooming Green, NU holds cross-country ski lessons for kids, teaches skating clinics (although maybe not this year), and works on non-motorized public lands issues, including attempting to improve winter parking at trailheads up Logan canyon. 

If you use these resources and/or think they sound important, please come to the annual NU fundraiser next Tuesday.  Details follow.  And if you can't make it Tuesday, but appreciate having Green Canyon groomed, please go to the website and become a member or make a small donation:  http://www.nordicunited.org/

I'm also looking for a couple of energetic folks to help me sell raffle tickets at the event.  Please let me know if you can help (just show up 15 minutes before the event), and please feel free to pass this message along to other non-motorized winter sports enthusiasts.

Thanks,
Tracy

Hello Nordic United,

Our annual FUNdraiser is scheduled for Tuesday, 25 January 2011, 6:30pm at The Logan Art House and Cinema at

795 N. Main in Logan.   Please see the attached poster.

Admission is only $10 for adults with special deals for members and free for kids under 12.

The highlight of this event is the showing of the Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival.   For details, see http://www.backcountryfilmfestival.org/bcff/index.php

This event will give you a chance to renew your membership in NU, enjoy some snacks and refreshments, reconnect with friends, learn what NU is doing this year, and see some great films (featuring local talent!)

If you would like to donate auction items to help raise money, please contact Sammie Macfarlane (sammiemac@gmail.com) or Gary Thiede (gary.thiede@usu.edu).

Thank you for your support.  See you at the event.
 

See Discusssion Board...

posted Jan 15, 2011, 11:30 AM by Joseph Wheaton

Don't forget to check the discussion board regularly and post questions. I've posted a follow up to our conversation in the car ride up to Temple Fork on HSI and geometric means...

An intresting little video illustrating hydraulic forces...

posted Jan 12, 2011, 1:03 PM by Joseph Wheaton   [ updated Jan 12, 2011, 1:07 PM ]

Gary WIllgoose posted this to Gilbert Club:
From: Garry Willgoose <g.willgoose@telluricresearch.com>
To: gilbertclub@lists.berkeley.edu
Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2011 10:17:57 +1100
Subject: [GilbertClub] dramatic video footage of urban flash flooding from 10 Jan 2011
Two days ago there was a dramatic flash flood in Toowoomba (pop 130,000) in the mountains west of Brisbane, Australia. The water came up in about an hour and was in the middle of the day so there is amazing amateur video footage. One of the best is of the rising limb downtown




A good reason not to have car parking next to storm water drains ;-) Not an uncommon problem in urban ares as we had similar problems in Newcastle two years with storm drains, bridges and culverts clogged with cars making the flooding much worse.

Garry Willgoose

Get a New Quinney Computer Lab Account

posted Jan 4, 2011, 9:12 PM by Joseph Wheaton

You will need a Quinney computer lab account to participate in labs. Please do this before you come to your first lab!  Lab accounts are reset every semester. To request a new account, sign up here. You can  do this from a) any computer on campus, b) from off campus with a VPN connection, or c) from the computers on the first floor of the Quinney Library.

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