We are the Kibler Ecohydraulics Laboratory, a water resources lab in the Civil, Environmental, and Construction Engineering Department of the University Of Central Florida.

Ecohydraulics is the integrated study of coupled physical and biological variables in natural and engineered aquatic systems.

Our work targets the intersections of water resources engineering and aquatic ecology, in rivers and estuaries of Florida and around the world.


Browse the Kibler Ecohydraulics Lab Collections:

Florida DOT

Flow-biota Interaction and Natural Infrastructure Design

Indian River Lagoon Shorelines

Predicting Boat Wake Bank Erosion Risk

Streamflow Prediction under Extreme Data-scarcity