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Dr. Joseph Michael Wheaton

Dr. Joseph Michael Wheaton

Watershed Sciences

Associate Professor

Contact Information

Office Hours: By Appointment, Office Location: NR 360
IconPhone: 435-554-1247
IconEmail: joe.wheaton@usu.edu

Biography

Joe Wheaton is an Assistant Professor at USU and a fluvial geomorphologist with over a decade of experience in river restoration. Joe runs the Ecogeomorphology & Topographic Analysis Lab in USU's department of Watershed Science and is a leader in the monitoring and modeling of riverine habitats and watersheds. He worked four years in consulting engineering before completing his B.S. in Hydrology (2002, UC Davis), an M.S. in Hydrologic Sciences (2003, UC Davis), and a Ph.D. in Geography (2008, University of Southhampton, UK). He worked as a lecturer in Physical Geography (University of Wales, 2006-08), Research Assistant Professor in Geology (Idaho State University, 2008-09) before becoming an Assistant Professor at Utah State University (2009-present) where he teaches courses geomorphology, fluvial hydraulics, ecohydraulics, GIS, geomorphic change detection, and river restoration. 

Current Graduate Students:
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Research Links:
See my personal site (joewheaton.org) for further information

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