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Quantifying the long-term availability of water …

Posted on March 8th, 2019

The IGS provides modeling services to quantify the long-term availability of water from the Jordan aquifer in Linn and Johnson counties. read the complete article here

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 […]

People

Posted on June 20th, 2014

Welcome to the Iowa Geological Survey’s people directory! To browse the directory and find contact information for our staff of dedicated professionals, please choose “Staff” from the menu at left.  

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 […]