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Hillslope and Watershed hydrology group in housed in Peavy Hall, which
is on the corner of 30th Street and Jefferson Way on the the campus of Oregon
State University. Corvallis, Oregon, the home town of OSU, has approximately
50,000 full-time residents and it is situated in the heart of the Willamette
Valley. The hills just outside town afford us plenty of recreational
activities, including hiking and mountain biking, and the Oregon
Coast is only a short drive away. For more information about the
City of Corvallis, go to visitcorvallis.com.
Members of our group (both OSU
students and visitors to our lab) have been involved with several organizations
on campus including: the European
Student Association, International
Students at Oregon State University (ISOSU), the Mountaineering
Club, and Hydrophiles (Oregon
State's water resources group). Check out the OSU
Student Organizations page to learn more about the clubs and activities
available on campus.
If you are planning a visit, please
see our visitor resources section.
We're glad that you have taken
an interest in our group, and we encourage you to browse our sight to learn
more about the work we do. If you are interested in learning more about
research opportunities, please contact Professor
a prospective student, you may also find the following links useful:
Below, you will find more information
that may help you in planning your trip to Corvallis and Oregon State University.
We look forward to your visit!