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Blair Greimann

Civil Engineer

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Sediment is in every river, lake, reservoir, and stream. It is a particular concern where human activity has changed water flow in cases like diversions, dam construction, dam removal, changing dam operations, or in river restoration. Blair has 24 years of experience scoping, performing, and reviewing hydraulic and sediment transport analyses in rivers and reservoirs. In these projects, he assesses the benefits and risks associated with sediment transport in natural systems, analyzing such issues as changes to flood inundation, bed and bank erosion, river-bed material, water quality, and riparian vegetation communities.

Some projects he is proud to have provided his expertise to include the San Joaquin River Restoration Program, the Klamath Dam Removal Studies, and the Glen Canyon Long-Term Experimental and Management Plan. An award-winning engineer, he was the lead developer of the hydraulic and sediment transport model called SRH-1D. Blair enjoys and values mentorship and has also taught engineering at the University of Colorado.

Outside (and inside) of work, Blair enjoys pursuing outdoor activities with his family on or near rivers and lakes, including hiking, biking, fishing, boating, sitting, and thinking. 

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