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Pedro M. Avellaneda-Lopez, PhD

Environmental Scientist
Clean Water Program
Bay Regional Monitoring Program
Watershed Science & Management

Pedro is an environmental scientist at the San Francisco Estuary Institute (SFEI). He develops and applies numerical models to inform San Francisco Bay Area decisions regarding watershed and urban hydrology, stormwater management, and water quality. Pedro brings expertise in green stormwater infrastructure modeling, hydrologic forecasting, and surface water modeling. He received his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from the University of New Hampshire and is a licensed civil engineer.

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Sediment Solutions (Project)

Sediment Solutions is a timely and innovative project that builds on SFEI’s past work, operationalizing cutting-edge science to inform management approaches that take advantage of natural processes to provide more creek sediment to baylands, increase climate resilience, and enhance creek health. With study areas in North Bay, East Bay, and South Bay, the project will provide new guidance for management strategies that support flood risk management and ecosystem health benefits throughout the region.