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River restoration practitioner survey on engineering design for climate change Public Deposited

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  • An online survey of river restoration practitioners, engineers, and researchers was conducted to examine current practices and perspectives on how climate change is integrated into engineering designs for river restoration. Seventy-six responses were submitted to the survey. While the responses came from a wide range of demographies, respondents were most commonly men, age 35-44, with professional degrees working as practitioners in consulting firms. The most frequent respondents work in engineering or engineering geomorphology in the Southeast or Mid-Atlantic regions of the US. International responses were also submitted by participants in Australia, Canada, Scotland, Spain, Austria, the Netherlands, Greece, Italy, Peru, China, and Japan.
  • Context of the research project: This study aimed to synthesize the state-of-the-practice of river restoration in systems governed by changing conditions. The online survey of practitioners was developed to identify key issues and information needs regarding incorporating climate change into restoration project development.
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  • Tullos, D. (2020). River restoration practitioner survey on engineering design for climate change (Version 1). [Data set]. Oregon State University. https://doi.org/10.7267/9306t504m
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  • Tullos D, Baker D, Crowe-Curran J, Schwar M, Schwartz J (in review) Enhancing resilience of river restoration design under climate change.

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