The Fluvial Remote Sensing research group completed an intensive field campaign along the Snake River August 18-25. Brandon Overstreet, Toby Stegman, Ryan Richardson, and Dr. Legleiter worked together to measure flow depth and velocity, spectral reflectance, bed topography, and sediment grain size, as well as mapping in-stream large wood, bank failure, and submerged vegetation. A major new component of our field effort this year was structure from motion (SFM) photogrammetry of cutbanks and point bars at Swallow and Rusty Bends. In addition, we acquired hyperspectral image data with our CASI system under smoky but cloud-free skies on August 20. Analysis of all these data sets is now underway.