Tom has over 34 years of experience studying the relationship of watershed processes to aquatic and riparian ecosystems. His current research interests include sediment/bedload transport in gravel-bedded rivers, evaluating logging and other land use practices and their effects on channel conditions, effects of large woody debris, and sedimentation of spawning gravel. Tom is well-known in the field of fluvial geomorphology, has an extensive publication record, and has collaborated with Stillwater on many projects over the years. Dr. Lisle is an adjunct professor at Humboldt State University, and maintains his role as an emeritus scientist with the Redwood Sciences Laboratory, the USDA Forest Service’s Pacific Southwest Research Station in Arcata, California. He began a part-time appointment with Stillwater in 2011.