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Tanner Bonham

Tanner Bonham

  • Graduate Assistant
Tanner joined the NREM department in May 2020 as a master’s student in the Applied Geomorphology Lab where he works with Dr. Peter Moore and Dr. Tom Isenhart. He is currently exploring the challenges facing stream restoration practitioners in Iowa while establishing reference criteria for degraded and functioning streams. His research is focused on finding creative ways of using hydrologic and geomorphic principles to establish a relationship between watershed characteristics and channel morphology.

In his free time, he likes to explore the natural environment around him by hiking, rock climbing, snowboarding, fly fishing, and trail running.

Contact Info

Science 2
2310 Pammel Dr


  • B.S., Natural Resources Management, Colorado State University, 2014

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Area of Expertise: 

  • Water Quality


  • Environmental Science


  • Dr. Peter Moore
  • Dr. Tom Isenhart