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Iowa Leads the World in Ship Hydrodynamics

Posted on August 3rd, 2018

Groundbreaking technology puts the University of Iowa at the forefront of ship-design research worldwide.



Keith Schilling appointed State Geologist



Despite Conservation Changes, Iowa Sends More Nitrates Downriver



University of Iowa reports drop in outside funding



Study: Trends In Nitrate Pollution In Gulf Of Mexico



What’s Climate Change Doing in Iowa?



Iowa professor protects disadvantaged from floods



Iowa dives into the future of water research

Five-story red brick building, Stanley Hydraulics Lab, set on the banks of the Iowa River in Iowa City.

Iowa Dives Into the Future of Water Research

Posted on June 25th, 2018

Building on decades of hydroscience research, IIHR at the University of Iowa enters a new era of activity aimed at solving Earth’s biggest environmental issues.

Fishing for Fords

Posted on June 25th, 2018

The IFC’s Nate Young and Dan Gilles recently located a submerged car using bathymetry, the measurement and mapping of underwater topography.

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