We ask Craig Just, Associate Professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Iowa, the question: how are communities involved in flood protection in Iowa?
This year, several member institutes of the National Institutes for Water Resources (NIWR) attended the One Water Summit in Austin, Texas as a delegation. At the end of the conference, each delegation provided a commitment to action for what goals they seek to achieve over the next year. NIWR’s commitment to action was delivered by… Read More 2019 One Water Summit
We ask Craig Just, Associate Professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Iowa, the question: What is a flood resiliency action plan?… Read More Ask a Scientist – Resiliency Action Plans
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?
We ask Joe Otto, PhD Candidate at the University of Oklahoma: what is environmental drainage?
If you are an educator, policymaker, journalist, or a scientist seeking partners on a project, the Iowa Water Center has a directory of water resource specialists and scientists who can provide answers to all your water resource questions.… Read More Water Expert Directory
By Joe Otto, Communications Specialist at the Iowa Water Center The City Spotlight series highlights ongoing efforts by Iowans living in cities to address water issues impacting their neighborhoods. 2019 will be a big year for flood control planning in downtown Cedar Rapids. The city’s budget for the 2020 fiscal year includes $35 to $40… Read More Iowa Water Center City Spotlight: Cedar Rapids