Jeffrey B. Bradley
Ph.D., P.E., D.WRE
Dr. Bradley is a nationally- recognized expert with 36 years of experience in hydraulics, hydrology and sedimentation. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in California, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington and is a certified Diplomate, past-President and founding member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), American Academy of Water Resources Engineers (AAWRE). Dr. Bradley is past President of the ASCE Environmental and Water Resources Institute.
Dr. Bradley is internationally recognized for his work on mud and debris flows and their effects on alluvial fan flooding. He has written more than 75 professional papers and reports in the fields of water resources, hydraulics, hydrology, and sedimentation engineering and the editor of the books: The Physics of Sediment Transport by Wind and Water: A Collection of Hallmark Papers by R.A. Bagnold and "Gravel Bed Rivers and the Environment". He authored a sedimentation manual for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and wrote an appendix for the updated ASCE Sedimentation Manual, No. 110.
He is past Chair of the Executive Committee for the ASCE Water Resources Engineering Division and served as a member of ASCE task committees on the Effects of High Concentrations on Flow and Sediment Transport, Sedimentation and Stream Habitat Evaluation, and Bridge Scour. He has been a control member of the ASCE Task Committee to revise Manual 54 - Sedimentation Manual, and is past chair of the ASCE Sedimentation Committee. He is currently a member and past chair of the Federal Interagency Sub-Committee on Sedimentation.
As a Fellow of ASCE, Dr. Bradley is involved in ASCE activities at both national and local levels, has served on national Engineering Management Division committees, ASCE Presidential Committees, and has held committee chairs in Colorado and Oregon, as well as having been Director and Treasurer of the Oregon Section.