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Carrie Davis: Playing in the Mud

Posted on April 3rd, 2015

by Shianne Gruss Penny Davis likes to say that her daughter Caroline never grew out of the sandbox. Today, Carrie Davis, an assistant research scientist at IIHR— Hydroscience & Engineering, often spends her days knee-deep in riverbeds, monitoring water quality. Before joining IIHR as a postdoc in 2011, Davis was a contract geologist for Iowa […]

A representative from the Office of the State Archaeologist briefly went into the caves and took photos. Photo by Marlin Ingalls

Exploring CR’s ‘Beer Caves’ with Geophysics

Posted on February 8th, 2015

Iowa Geological Survey researchers recently studied the legendary “beer caves” in downtown Cedar Rapids with advanced geophysical technology, (Photo by Marlin Ingalls)

Stephanie Then (left) and Michelle Riedinger with their entry for the ASCE concrete canoe design competition in 2013.

Like a Duck to Water

Posted on December 5th, 2014

IIHR student researcher Stephanie Then is a team player on the water and at LACMRERS, where she helps with the Water Quality Nutrient Network.

On the Trail of Nitrates

Posted on September 11th, 2013

by John Riehl Office of Postdoctoral Scholars University of Iowa Graduate College The Mississippi River—one of the defining physical features in North America—serves as a vital transportation corridor for much of the United States and provides drinking water for those who live along its banks. Significant changes in the river jeopardize its future. Excess plant […]

Sampling and Monitoring

Posted on September 11th, 2013

IIHR Assistant Research Scientist Carrie Davis is leading an effort to develop a real-time water-quality monitoring program on Iowa rivers, and at Lake Odessa in Louisa County, Iowa. Read more about Davis’ research … Species concentrations in real time Monitoring Lake Odessa What is the influence of Lake to high nitrate concentration taken from the […]

IIHR Postdoctoral Associate Carrie Davis shows visiting Chinese students instruments used to test water quality.

Rivers as Bridges

Posted on August 17th, 2012

The Lucille A. Carver Mississippi Riverside Environmental Research Station (LACMRERS) recently welcomed some of China’s finest high school students to learn about the Mississippi River.

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