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An illustrious history along with the availability of extensive facilities, a capacity to deliver remarkably large water discharges, and an array of instrumentation make Colorado State University's Hydraulics Laboratory a national and international resource for tackling fundamental and applied aspects of water engineering. The lab's earliest activities date back to the 1880s with the work of the pioneering hydraulics engineer of the American West, Elwood Mead (for whom Lake Mead on the Colorado River is named). Its current activities address a wide range of contemporary as well as enduring research topics and link closely to the University's extensive programs of graduate education in water engineering, science, and management. As with all vibrant laboratories, the Hydraulics Laboratory at CSU continuously develops its facilities and instrumentation in response to evolving research needs and opportunities.

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