Estuarine processes, hydrodynamics, remote sensing, tidal analysis
Published On: 2015-06-26 1:33 PM

On June 11, Dr. Talke gave a presentation at the 2015 Workshop on Global and Regional Sea Level Variability and Change in Palma de Mallorca, Spain as a part of the ‘Sea Level Extremes’ session. The event took place at the University of the Balearic Islands and Stefan’s presentation was titled ‘Nineteenth Century Sea-level and Extremes on the US East and West Coast‘. For more information about the rest of the sea-level rise … More

Tags: Conferences / Presentations
Published On: 2015-06-26 1:24 PM

In February, Stefan was awarded the prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award! The grant provides approximately $500k over five years to model long-term changes in temperature and salinity of the Columbia River as part of his “Modeling 19th-century Estuaries to Address 21st –century Problems” project.

“Part of conquering the West was being able to understand a completely new environment, so there was a concerted effort by the More

Tags: Awards / Grants
Published On: 2015-06-18 1:20 PM

Welcome to the new website of the FLOWS laboratory at Portland State. Here you’ll find information about our research group including who we are, what we’re up to, what we’ve accomplished, and how to be a part of our team! Updates to the website are on a constant basis so check back often to catch up on more news, member additions, and funding opportunities when available.… More

Tags: Website
Published On: 2015-03-12 10:40 AM

On March 19, David Jay will serve as the international reviewer and lead the project review in Vienna of the Danube River Project: “Christian-Doppler-Laboratory for Advanced Methods in River Monitoring, Modelling and Engineering”. This is a project of the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna (BOKU), funded by the Austrian Government, with industry partners, including “via donau,” the Austria port system for the Danube (Donau in German) River. It seeks innovative means More

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Published On: 2014-06-21 3:14 PM

Ed Zaron just received the first research faculty research award for work on modeling coastal processes, particularly tides, as it relates to the dangers posed by climate change and his highly successful grant writing. To get a better understanding of Dr. Zaron’s research projects, take a look at his FLOWS Lab profile or his faculty research page here. The PSU Office of Research and Strategic Partnerships also awarded Dr. James Pankow the 1st senior … More

Tags: Awards