We work to sustain high quality water supplies, resolve conflicts among users, and restore water quality when it has been degraded, damaged or contaminated from human activity or natural agents. We are geologists, water scientists and chemists working in natural and agricultural environments, and our work informs domestic and industrial consumption of water resources.
Watershed Science Education Collaboration
Researcher(s): Troy Gilmore, Erin Ingram, Jesse Korus, Katie Pekarek, Lisa Pennisi,
Cronk developing models of wells at risk of contaminants during drought
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IANR Vice Chancellor Mike Boehm discusses the Cabela’s Apprenticeship program!
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Continued below-average precipitation reduces groundwater levels, report shows
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