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Marian Muste poses at his desk with two text books he co-authored.

Muste Publishes Hydraulics Textbook

Posted on October 6th, 2017

With contributions from some of the world’s leading hydraulics experts, IIHR Research Engineer Marian Muste has co-authored a two-volume textbook about experimental hydraulics.

Self-Cleaning Culverts

Posted on July 2nd, 2015

Out of sight most of the time, we expect culverts to carry flow beneath the roadways, whether in drought or in flood. As long as they do their job, most of us never give culverts a second thought. IIHR Research Engineer Marian Muste thinks about culverts a lot. Culverts in Iowa are frequently blocked by […]

Knee-deep in Research

Posted on March 1st, 2015

IIHR graduate research assistant Keshav Basnet is part of an Iowa Department of Transportation project to design snow fences that reduce drifting and therefore improve road conditions across the state.

A graceful light fixture outside SHL’s original entrance.

Spring Honors, Awards, and Recognition

Posted on June 5th, 2014

IIHR faculty and staff earned a wealth of honors this spring.

IIHR Assistant Research Scientist Chris Wilson (left) and graduate student Ben Abban are part of a team conducting field studies of soil carbon under different land uses.

Researchers Study Human Impact on Land

Posted on March 10th, 2014

How have more than 100 years of agriculture have affected the Midwestern landscape? IIHR researchers are part of a $4.9 million grant to study changes to the “critical zone,” from the treetops to the bedrock.

Iowa Watershed Approach

Posted on November 12th, 2013

Visit the Iowa Watershed Approach website … How can innovative management practices make a difference within watersheds? Two research initiatives — the almost-complete Iowa Watersheds Project, and the new $96.9M Iowa Watershed Approach — are helping us find out. In 2016, IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering will complete its five-year Iowa Watersheds Project (IWP), which was supported […]

Four watersheds were chosen for the Iowa Watersheds Project.

Innovative Watershed Management

Posted on April 17th, 2013

The Iowa Watersheds Project has selected four watersheds for a study of how innovative management practices can make a difference.

The Intelligent Digital Watershed

Posted on March 6th, 2012

People make decisions based on information at hand. Armed with better information, would Iowans make better land-use choices affecting water quality? That is the hope of the IIHR researchers who are developing the “Intelligent Digital Watershed” (IDW), but the verdict is still out, says IIHR Research Engineer Jerry Schnoor, the project’s principal investigator. Schnoor, who […]

Partnerships for Iowa Watersheds

Posted on March 6th, 2012

We all need and use water. This fact underlines the urgent need to understand and balance our many and varied water needs in a sustainable way. A new project in the Iowa-Cedar Rivers Basin will do just that by promoting collaborative partnerships among stakeholders in the basin. In 2009, the Iowa-Cedar Rivers Basin was named […]

Student participants in IIHR's International Perspectives course conduct a water quality survey in India.

IIHR Students Explore Water Issues in India

Posted on February 1st, 2012

IIHR’s study-abroad course, International Perspectives in Water Sciences and Management, took 13 students to India in January 2012.

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