Daniel Dombroski

Reclamation Office: Technical Service Center, Sedimentation and River Hydraulics
Contact Information: (303) 445-2570, ddombroski@usbr.gov

Research Funded by the Science and Technology Program

Daniel Dombroski began doing research for the Science and Technology Program in the 2013 fiscal year, with funding provided by the program as recently as the 2018 fiscal year. Projects were funded under the Science and Technology Program research topics Sediment Management and River Restoration and Water Resource Data Analysis.

The following research projects were funded in whole or in part by the Science and Technology Program. Daniel Dombroski is listed as the principal investigator, or primary researcher. Click the project's title to view more information.

Suspended Sediment Monitoring Techniques: An Investigation Coincident with the Cherry Creek Reservoir Annual Flush

Project ID: 1893
Fiscal Year of Funding: 2018
Research Results: Suspended Sediment Monitoring Techniques: An Investigation Coincident with the Cherry Creek Reservoir Annual Flush (final, PDF, 2.1MB)

Development of Software Tools for Efficient Processing of Bathymetry and Discharge Data

Project ID: 1779
Fiscal Year of Funding: 2017
Research Results:

Investigating feasibility of acoustic Doppler methods for monitoring suspended sediment

Project ID: 1777
Fiscal Year of Funding: 2017
Research Results: Investigating feasibility of acoustic Doppler methods for monitoring suspended sediment (final, PDF, 2.6MB)

Modeling of complex sediment processes using experimental data and laboratory measurements

Project ID: 1778
Fiscal Years of Funding: 2017 - 2018
Research Results: Please contact research@usbr.gov about research products related to this project.

Remote Sensing of Vegetation Characteristics for Estimation of Roughness in Hydraulic Modeling Applications

Project ID: 6034
Fiscal Years of Funding: 2016 - 2017
Research Results:

Development of Software Tools for Efficient Processing of Bathymetry and Discharge Data

Project ID: 3937
Fiscal Year of Funding: 2013
Research Results: Development of Software Tools for Efficient Processing of Bathymetry and Discharge Data (final, PDF, 542KB)


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Last Updated: 4/4/17