John Stofleth MS, PE
John Stofleth has fifteen years of experience in hydraulic engineering, fluvial / estuarine geomorphology and watershed ecology. At cbec, John has worked on several projects that include the development of one-, two- and three- dimensional hydrodynamic and sediment transport models. Additionally, he has performed extensive watershed scale hydrologic and geomorphic assessments. He is adept at evaluating and implementing projects that require complex hydraulic and geomorphic solutions. John has also been involved in several research projects that embody new trends in the field of stream restoration including the effects of dam removal on channel morphology, the analysis of large wood as a tool in stream restoration, and the importance of hyporheic exchange in overall stream integrity. His multidisciplinary background and experience involving projects with multiple components of the river system make him an invaluable member of the cbec team.