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Dr. Wes Lauer, Mathieu Marineau, Kyle Smith, Michael Peele, Andrew Tran
Wes Lauer, assistant professor in civil and environmental engineering, has received a three year grant of $87,600 from the National Science Foundation to study sediment transport dynamics and carbon cycling through the Fly River system in Papua New Guinea . A 2008 special collection of the Journal of Geophysical Research, Earth Surface titled “The Papuan Continuum: Source to Sink Through the Fly River System and Gulf of Papua” features three papers for which he was author or co-author. He also co-authored two additional papers on the Fly River that have been accepted for publication in the journal Sedimentology. Dr. Lauer also mentored the EWRI national champion design team pictured above.
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