We ask Dr. Elizabeth Swanner at Iowa State University the question: how do you measure light in harmful algal blooms? Advertisements
View photos from the 2019 Annual Photo Contest. … Read More 2019 Annual Photo Contest
We ask Dr. Rick Cruse at Iowa State University, “What is snirt?”
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Post written by Melissa Miller, Associate Director for the Iowa Water Center As I reflect on the 2019 Iowa Water Conference, the first word that comes to mind is overwhelming. Overwhelming numbers – of people attending, sponsors and exhibitors, and speakers. Overwhelming breadth of topics and information presented. Overwhelming energy, optimism, new ideas. Overwhelming support… Read More In a word: overwhelming.
We ask Dr. Elizabeth Swanner at Iowa State University the question: What makes harmful algal blooms so colorful?
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Get to know Rebecca Kauten, a PhD candidate at the University of Iowa who is seeking to determine whether salting roads in cities contributes to increased metal concentrations in urban streams.
… Read More Researcher Profile: Rebecca Kauten