Posts Tagged ‘Gabriele Villarini’

Thoughts go out to Harvey flood victims

Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with those impacted by the devastating floods caused by Hurricane Harvey.   Iowans remember the 2008 floods that wreaked havoc across our state. Through the chaos, we came together and built back a more resilient Iowa. Iowa Flood Center experts reflect on the extreme flooding in Texas: IFC Director Witold Krajewski compares… Continue Reading »

How has the Iowa Climate been Changing?

By Shianne Gruss, At a recent University of Iowa STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) workshop, several middle and high school teachers from across the state addressed this question, as well as how to encourage their students to begin asking the same thing. The workshop, titled “Hot Topic: Climate & Iowa,” was developed in part… Continue Reading »

Iowa’s Rising Waters

Iowa’s rivers and reservoirs have not reached flood stages of 1993 or 2008, but many communities are still dealing with significant flooding. And it seems like we’re having more frequent severe flooding in Iowa. Are we?