Water Sediment Hazards and Earth-surface Dynamics (waterSHED)

Research

Explore some of the ongoing and past research conducted by waterSHEDlab members
Postglacial sea levels, Pacific Northwest
Turbidity currents, Kluane Lake, Yukon
Supraglacial landslides, Alaska
Nepal earthquake
Glacier reconstructions (paleoglaciology)
Tsunamigenic landslides, Alaska

About us

Water Sediment Hazards and Earth-surface Dynamics Laboratory

waterSHEDlab is a new research and teaching lab at the University of Washington Tacoma focused on a better understanding of contemporary issues in geomorphology and Earth surface processes, including in fluvial, lacustrine, alpine, glacial and coastal environments. We use a combination of field methods, remote sensing and GIS, in our research efforts.

Members

Dan H. Shugar, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Dan is Assistant Professor of Geoscience at the University of Washington Tacoma and directs the waterSHEDlab.
Yon Henderson
Undergraduate research assistant
Yon is doing her BS in Environmental Science. She assisted with a multibeam sonar survey of a glacial lake in southern BC, and is processing drone data from Silver Creek, Yukon.
Doug Bonno
Undergraduate research assistant
Doug is completing his BS in Environmental Science. He is working on a multibeam survey of a submarine landslide in southeast Alaska.
Heather Rawley
Undergraduate research assistant
Heather is completing her BS in Environmental Science. She worked on multibeam sonar and drone surveying of Slims Creek, Yukon.
You
This could be you!
Potential graduate and undergraduate research students are welcome to enquire about positions. Funded positions will be advertised in the News section.

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