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Stream Team Staff - Now "National Stream & Aquatic Ecology Center"


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David Levinson, Program Leader

Dr. Dave Levinson leads the National Stream and Aquatic Ecology Center.




Photographg of David M. Merrit; head shot.

David M. Merritt, Riparian Plant Ecologist

Dr. Merritt is responsible for synthesizing information about the relationship between flow regimes, streambanks, and floodplain vegetation.

David is introduced in the July 2002 issue of STREAM NOTES
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Photograph of Daniel Cenderelli; head shot.

Daniel Cenderelli, Geomorphologist

Dr. Cenderelli is responsible for a variety of issues pertaining to physical stream processes including channel maintenance, geomorphology, sediment transport, and restoration.

Dan is introduced in the October 2004 issue of STREAM NOTES

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Julian Scott, Biological Scientist

Mr. Scott

Stream Systems Technology Center GlyphStream Systems Technology Center :: Merged with Fish & Aquatic Ecology Unit = National Stream & Aquatic Ecology Center
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