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BYU's Stream Table

In 2011, BYU's Department of Geological Sciences acquired a stream table from Little River Research and Design. This fantastic piece of equipment helps us simulate fluvial processes in a controlled and scalable setting. The plastic media are easier and cleaner to work with, and we like the four sizes (we're the only ones with red so far!). The first half are pictures of the trip Randy and I took to Winona State University to see Toby Dogweiler's EM4 and EM2s. The second half are pictures of our own table, up and working, and with a steady stream of students.

See a nice VIDEO from Steve Gough of the stream table setup.

See also my videos of RANDY at the Winona State EM4 featuring infiltration,
hints from Toby at Winona State and DELTA BUILDING,
the faculty see it for the first time, while STEVE GOUGH
is here, and we add THE RED for the first time.

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Please credit Jani Radebaugh for all pics, thank you!