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IIHR’s Historical Studies

Posted on March 23rd, 2011

From IIHR’s inception, its technical work has existed side-by-side with a passion for historical studies. IIHR’s first director, Floyd Nagler, routinely gathered information on 19th-century water wheels. He also brought them back to the Hydraulics Laboratory so his students could “get to know water power from A to Z.” This passion has been two-fold, including […]

H.A. Einstein & Sediment Transport

Posted on March 8th, 2011

Hans Albert Einstein (1904–73) led a productive career as a University of California researcher and educator fascinated with the mechanics of sediment movement and water flow in alluvial rivers. By virtue of the times in which he lived, the trans-Atlantic span of his life, and his parentage, Einstein’s career forms a convenient course along which to […]

Publications and Other Media

Posted on January 13th, 2011

For many years, IIHR has published a small number of books and produced other material relevant to the institute’s mission, research, and history. These are listed or linked below. In addition to what is included here, IIHR researchers publish many additional articles in professional journals, as well as a number of books through commercial publishers. […]

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