I'm Tian Zhou, a Ph.D. graduated at July, 2012 from Department of Environmental Resources Engineering in SUNY-ESF. My research interests are stream restoration, hydrologic modeling, surface water-ground water exchange processes, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations. Please find my full C.V. here.

I have been involved in various research projects in geoscience and water resources engineering since I entered Lanzhou University in 2000. These projects include studies of Quaternary climate changes, Yellow River evolution in Loess Plateau area in China, permafrost boundary changes in Northern China and Tibetan Plateau, hydrodynamics in a meandering flume with river restoration structures, and hyporheic exchange process with restoration structures at different bedform settings. I also worked in USDA Forest Service to develop a large watershed hydrologic model, iTree-hydro.


This website is stop updating. For recent research activities, please visit my current webpage at UW.  

                                                                                                                                                                Working in the stream with my advisor Ted Endreny 

Chemical dispersion in a restored channel

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