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ANNOUNCEMENT: Oklahoma State University Student Water Conference now accepting abstracts
On March 26-27, 2015, Oklahoma State University will host its Student Water Conference in Stillwater, OK, and they’re looking for students to submit their abstracts in water research. From the
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RESOURCES: Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center
Guest blog written by Heather Ballou, ATEEC Interactive Learning Lab Education Coordinator The Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC) first opened their doors in 1994 as a National Science
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COLLABORATION: North Central Region Water Network
One thing about water – it affects everyone in some way, every single day. Water can bring us together (or tear us apart, but let’s focus on the positives). One
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ONGOING RESEARCH – BLACK HAWK LAKE WATERSHED
By Catherine DeLong In July of this year a grant was awarded to a group of Iowa State University researchers to study the long term impact of land management practices
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H2 in the KnOw: IWC joins the blogosphere
The Iowa Water Center has been around since 1964. Blogging has been around since 1994. Twenty years is a long time for the two to have never met. The staff
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