A new project funded by the Iowa Nutrient Research Center aims to understand the nutrient reduction benefits of roadside ditches.
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Recent work published by IIHR researchers provides more evidence that soybean has been a key contributing factor in nitrate levels observed over the past 50 years.
A new study shows that total phosphorus concentrations have significantly decreased at a dozen sites on Iowa’s rivers.
Marian Muste’s innovative self-cleaning culvert design has been honored by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Research Advisory Council.
Gregory LeFevre has a passion for engineered and natural systems (ENS), which use natural functions of plants, soil and organisms to help clean waterways.
The IIHR Wave Basin at the University of Iowa is one of just five testing facilities selected for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Wave Energy Prize competition.
Scientists at IIHR are working with municipal water supply operators in several Iowa cities to help bring safe and reliable supplies of drinking water to those communities.
Undergraduate researcher Yibing Su traveled halfway around the world to study water resources, right after a major flood struck her hometown of Beijing.
Five years later, a multi-institutional research study determines the source of arsenic in Cerro Gordo County private wells.
Danny Moustakidis plays a key role in nutrient research at the University of Iowa, studying soil phosphorus levels in the Turkey Watershed.