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Kelli Parsons collecting samples.

Digging for Adventure

Posted on May 13th, 2015

IIHR researcher and University of Iowa alumna Kelli Parsons traveled the country before returning to the UI as a graduate student, where she studies human impact on the land through soil.

Doug Schnoebelen (left) looks on as Chinese students work in the lab at LACMRERS.

From China to LACMRERS

Posted on August 4th, 2014

Twelve Chinese young people recently visited LACMRERS, taking part in “Rivers as Bridges,” an educational exchange that brings elite students to this country to study U.S. geography, ecology, and culture.

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.

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