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Keith Schilling

Posted on July 30th, 2014

State Geologist and Research Scientist, Iowa Geological Survey Office:  340A Trowbridge Hall, Iowa City, IA 52242 Phone Number: 319-335-1422 Email: Research Interests: Hydrology Surface and groundwater interaction Land use/land cover change Watershed modeling Nutrient fate and transport Sediment erosion and transport Floodplain processes Ecohydrology Time-series analysis Biogeochemistry Recent Publications: Streeter, M.T. and K.E. Schilling. […]

Mike Gannon

Posted on July 30th, 2014

Hydrologist, Iowa Geological Survey Office: 104 OIGS Phone Number: 319-335-1581 E-mail: Education: M.S. Hydrology, University of Arizona; B.S. Geology, University of Iowa IGS Program Involvement: Water Resources Management (Coordinator) Research Interests: Ground Water/Surface Water Interaction Groundwater Availability Modeling as a Regional Planning Tool Enhancement of Induced Recharge Drought Modeling and Assessment Quarry Dewatering and Well […]


Posted on April 30th, 2014

The Iowa Geological Survey (IGS) incorporates electrical geophysics into a host of geologic and hydrogeologic research projects.  Geophysical surveys provide a continuous model of the shallow subsurface, complementing traditional point data. Subsurface materials can be characterized by their ability to conduct or resist electrical current.  Physical and chemical properties such as grain size, moisture content, mineralogy, and […]