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English Meets Engineering: A Powerful Partnership

Posted on August 19th, 2013

Editor’s Note: Student Nick Kleese’s poem, “Mississippi Aria,” written in response to his experience with the river, is available at: Mississippi Aria. Iowa is bordered by two of North America’s largest rivers — the Missouri on the west, and the Mississippi on the east. But for many of us who live in Iowa, our experience […]

A new video produced by CGRER explores how research conducted by IIHR PhD student Seyed Mohammad Hajimirzaie (“Haji”) focuses on the flow structures around obstacles in rivers and steep mountain streams, such as mussels.

New Developments: Flow Structures around Mussels

Posted on November 13th, 2012

A new video produced by CGRER explores how research conducted by IIHR PhD student Seyed Mohammad Hajimirzaie (“Haji”) focuses on the flow structures around obstacles (such as mussels) in rivers and steep mountain streams.

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