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Federal Interagency Sedimentation Project (FISP) Research

FISP interacts with other organizations including federal agencies, academia and private industry in research and development of standardized, calibrated equipment and methods to allow consistent and accurate quantification of sediment characteristics and transport in surface waters. FISP activities focus on the measurement and analysis of suspended sediment, bedload sediment, bed material, bed topography, adsorbed constituents, and sediment characteristics using physical samplers and surrogate technologies.

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