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IIHR’s Keri Hornbuckle and her cousin, ISU researcher Brian Hornbuckle, might not agree about football, but they’re on the same page when it comes to research.
IIHR Research Engineer Marian Muste will travel to Hungary on his fourth Fulbright Fellowship for the spring semester of 2022 to teach and conduct research at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
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The Iowa Flood Center is helping build a more flood-resilient Iowa with science-based information and research.
This watershed infographic illustrates the breadth and depth of IIHR’s work, which spans the entire hydrologic cycle, from precipitation to groundwater and everything in between. Check out an interactive version!
The Iowa Geological Survey provides important geologic information on the state’s resources, environmental protection, and economic development.
The Iowa Superfund Research Program (ISRP) is a global leader in the study of polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, which have dangerous effects on human health.
The Iowa Water Quality Information System (IWQIS) allows access to real-time water-quality data and information.
IIHR serves clients with practical experience and in-house modeling expertise (physical and computational), as well as field data collection.