As an all-volunteer organization, we are always interested in having folks become involved with RRNW. The best way to do this is to attend the annual Members Meeting at the symposium and work with us on developing and implementing our upcoming objectives. This symposium brings together multi-disciplinary professionals in the science and practice of river restoration planning and design.

There may also be opportunities to volunteer your time at the Symposium. If you are interested, please contact us at volunteer@rrnw.org.

 

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Tracking River Flows from Space - Eos

Satellite observations, combined with algorithms borrowed from river engineering, could fill large gaps in our knowledge of global river flows where field data are lacking.

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This Modular Robotic Eel Can Detect Sources of Water Pollution

A team of researchers is developing a water-based robot, called Envirobot, that can remotely swim through contaminated water to search for the source of the pollution

Swiss researchers have developed a robotic eel that can effectively detect the contamination levels of lakes and other bodies of water.

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