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Jason Vogelgesang

Posted on July 30th, 2014

Hydrogeologist,  Iowa Geological Survey Office: OIGS Phone Number: 319-335-4231 E-mail: Jason-Vogelgesang@uiowa.edu Education: M.S. Interdisciplinary Studies (Hydrogeology), The University of Iowa, B.S. Geoscience, The University of Iowa   IGS Program Involvement: Geophysics National Geological and Geophysical Data Preservation Program Water Resources Management GeoCore GeoLab   Research Interests: Electrical geophysical methods applied to local-scale geology and hydrogeology Availability and sustainability of […]

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: Keith-Schilling@uiowa.edu 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: mike-gannon@uiowa.edu 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 […]

Ryan Clark

Posted on July 30th, 2014

Geologist, Iowa Geological Survey Office: 340D Trowbridge Hall, Iowa City, IA 52242 Phone Number: 319-335-4024 Mobile: 319-321-5551 Email: ryan-j-clark@uiowa.edu Education: M.S. Geology, The University of Iowa; B.S. Geology, The University of Iowa IGS Program Involvement and Research Interests: Bedrock geology Stratigraphy Groundwater resources Passive geothermal Water well drilling & construction Geologic mapping

Rick Langel

Posted on July 29th, 2014

Geologist, Iowa Geological Survey Office: 104 OIGS Phone Number: 319-335-4102 E-mail: richard-langel@uiowa.edu Education: M.S. Geology, University of Iowa, B.S. with Distinction and Honors in Geology, University of Iowa IGS Program Involvement: Develops, maintains, and coordinates GeoSam, which is the computerized dataset of inventory of the cuttings/core library and the geological/lithological dataset. Manages daily operations at […]

Groundwater Resources

Posted on April 30th, 2014

See Water Resources Management.

General Geology

Posted on April 30th, 2014

Mineral, Rock, and Fossil Identification Geologists at the Iowa Geological Survey regularly identify rocks, minerals, and fossils that are brought into our office.  If you are not able to stop by our office, send photos of the specimen via email.  Please make sure that the photos capture all aspects of the specimen, are in focus, […]

Water Resources Management

Posted on April 30th, 2014

The Water Resources Management program of the Iowa Geological Survey evaluates the availability and sustainability of Iowa’s groundwater resources. Numerical methods and modeling are used extensively to try to predict and reduce future impacts and conflicts between water users. The long-term management of groundwater resources is essential to promote economic growth, and at the same […]

Publications

Posted on April 30th, 2014

The Iowa Geological Survey maintains a catalog that lists available and out-of-print publications that provide information on the geological resources of Iowa, including the state’s groundwater, bedrock, glacial materials, and mineral resources. The out-of-print/loan publications are no longer available for purchase. Loan copies for most of these publications may be obtained, however, on request from […]

About

Posted on April 10th, 2014

Surface to Subsurface Iowa’s groundwater supplies a natural water storage and distribution system that provides drinking water for more than 80 percent of Iowa’s population and helps to support Iowa’s important agricultural economy. Thousands of wells across the state provide access to these groundwater resources. Over the decades, well-drillers have collected more than 35,000 samples […]