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Archive for March, 2014

IIHR's Dan Ceynar served as a consultant on this children's book by Ellen Lawrence.

New Book Raises Awareness of Polluted Waterways

Posted on March 21st, 2014

IIHR’s Dan Ceynar acted as a consultant on a new children’s book by Ellen Lawrence, Poisoned Rivers and Lakes.

Former IIHR Director John F. Kennedy

Apply Now for the Kennedy Fellowship

Posted on March 18th, 2014

Undergraduate engineering students are encouraged to apply for two unique scholarship opportunities before the deadline on April 11.

Researchers Study Human Impact on the Critical Zone

Why is the River So Foamy?

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.

As part of the Central and Southern Florida project, IIHR alumnus Matahel Ansar plays an important role in managing the water resources of one of the world's most complex, water-rich areas of the world.

Water: A Precious Resource

Posted on March 10th, 2014

IIHR alumnus Matahel Ansar discusses the worldwide water sustainability challenges and competing needs we face today.

IFC Sensors Could Unlock Frozen Soil Info

Water Quality Research Ongoing

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