We ask Craig Just, Associate Professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Iowa, the question: What is resiliency?… Read More Ask a Scientist – Resilience
Deadline: September 30, 2019 11:59PM Iowa Water Conference 20/20: Bringing Our Water Vision into Focus Scheman Building, Ames, Iowa April 8-9, 2020 What does the path to meaningful change look like across the vast spectrum of water resource issues? Who are the drivers of change and who should be included at the table as critical… Read More #IWConf20 Call for Presentation Proposals
Written by Hanna Bates, Program Coordinator for the Iowa Water Center Regardless of who you are and what path you are on; we all make an impact on water. This belief was the overarching theme of the 74th Soil and Water Conservation Society International Annual Conference held July 28-31 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This city, at… Read More Bridging the Divide in Water Resource Management
We ask Brian Gelder, Scientist II and Adjunct Assistant Professor at Iowa State University, the question: What is Geographic Information Systems?
We ask Dan Gilles, Water Resources Engineer from the Iowa Flood Center, the question: how do you create a flood model?
Post written by Melissa Miller, Associate Director for the Iowa Water Center One of the greatest benefits of being part of the National Institutes for Water Resources is the connection to the other 53 Water Resources Research Institutes across the country – including those in surrounding states. Last week, Iowa Water Center staff took a… Read More Iowa Water Center Visit Up North
We ask Antonio Arenas, Assistant Research Scientist at the Iowa Flood Center and IIHR Hydroscience & Engineering at the University of Iowa, the question: How can we alleviate flooding in Iowa?