Hydrology and Hydraulics of Urban Floodplains (Dr. Bledsoe)
Dr. Brian Bledsoe is a Professor in Resilient Infrastructure at the University of Georgia.
Dr. Bledsoe has over 25 years of experience as an engineer, hydrologist, and environmental scientist in the private and public sectors.
Before entering the professorate, he worked in the private sector as a consulting engineer and surveyor, and for the State of North Carolina as a watershed restoration specialist and state nonpoint source program coordinator.
Brian’s research is focused on the interface of hydrology, ecology, and urban water sustainability with an emphasis on green infrastructure including streams, floodplains, and stormwater systems.