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UI center has flood maps for Iowa

December rains are causing trepidation across Iowa. Temperatures far above seasonal averages and a heavy dose of rainfall have inundated the state with water, at a time of year when the extra moisture yields more runoff than usual. Since this weekend, about 100 flood warnings have been issued across Iowa as creeks, streams, and rivers… Continue Reading »


Celebrating Statewide Floodplain Mapping

You’re invited! Please join us for a celebration of the completion of the Iowa Statewide Floodplain Mapping Project: Monday, Nov. 28, 1 pm 2520D University Capitol Centre on the University of Iowa campus As the Iowa Statewide Floodplain Mapping Program nears its Dec. 31, 2016, completion date, we invite you to join us to celebrate… Continue Reading »

Deployment and Performance Analyses of High-Resolution Iowa XPOL Radar System during the NASA IFloodS Campaign

This article presents the data collected and analyzed using the University of Iowa’s X-band weather radars that were part of the spring 2013 Iowa Flood Studies (IFloodS) field campaign, sponsored by the NASA’s Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) satellite mission. Mishra, K.V.,  W.F. Krajewski, R. Goska, D. Ceynar, B.-C. Seo,  A. Kruger, J. Niemeier, M.B. Galvez,… Continue Reading »

Experimental study on the role of electrical conductivity in pulsating modes of electrospraying

In this study, we have presented insight to the role of physicochemical properties on the pulsating modes of spraying. S. Faraji, B Sadri, B. Vajdi Hokmabad, N. Jadidoleslam, E. Esmaeilzadeh. “Experimental study on the role of electrical conductivity in pulsating models of electrospraying.” Science Direct, DOI: 10.1016/j/expthermflusci.2016.10.030. 2016.