In 2008, Cedar Rapids took a major hit from flooding. In 2016, floodwaters came again. What happened this time?
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IIHR’s Gabriele Villarini was recently chosen to receive the American Geophysical Union’s James B. Macelwane Medal.
The Iowa Watershed Decision Support System project assembles data, tools, and models in one geoportal.
Beneath downtown Iowa City’s Brewery Square lies a network of manmade tunnels and caves that dates from the city’s earliest days. IIHR Research Assistant Michelle Wienhold is part of a research team that recently created LiDAR scans of the caves.
A new video tells the story of the just-ending Iowa Watersheds Project (IWP) and a new statewide project, the Iowa Watershed Approach, which is supported by a $96.9M HUD grant for a statewide watershed improvement program.
IIHR grad student Kathryn Klarich is studying whether pesticides, specifically neonicotinoids, are being removed through drinking water treatment processes.
Yusuf Sermet was recently recognized with two awards at the Midwest Hackathon at Iowa State University. His crowdsourcing project focused on flood data.
The newest issues of IIHR’s yearly magazine, Currents, is here!
The Donald E. Bently Professorship in Engineering was established in 2002 through a donation by the University of Iowa Engineering alumnus.