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Archive for March, 2016

Seamans Center Construction Uncovers Fossils

IFC Maps Simulate Iowa Flood Scenarios

IGS Helps Identify 385 Million-year-old Fossils on UI Campus

For the Love of Books Reviews ‘Sugar Creek Chronicle’

IIHR Names New LACMRERS Director

Posted on March 25th, 2016

Iowa is bordered by two of North America’s largest rivers — the Missouri on the west, and the Mississippi on the east. But for many of us who live in Iowa, our experience of these rivers is no more than a glimpse of water through the car window as we speed over interstate bridges. Nathan […]

Nutrient Reduction Could Take Decades

Yusuf Sermet at a computer.

IIHR Graduate Researcher Hacks into Citizen Science

Posted on March 14th, 2016

Yusuf Sermet was recently recognized with two awards at the Midwest Hackathon at Iowa State University. His crowdsourcing project focused on flood data.

Cwiertny Elected Congressional Fellow of AAAS

The cover of Mutel's new book features a woodcut by noted local nature artist Claudia Mcgehee.

Feeling Climate Change

Posted on March 10th, 2016

Connie Mutel’s new book, A Sugar Creek Chronicle: Observing Climate Change from a Midwestern Woodland, will entice readers to learn more about climate change — even if they don’t really want to.

IML-CZO Investigator Profiles: Art Bettis

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