Power to the People: Keokuk Dam and Power Plant Project
Tiny Keokuk, Iowa, helped tame the Mississippi River in 1913 with the completion of what was then the largest monolithic concrete dam and single-station powerhouse in the world....

Evaluation of IA SWAT Testing Protocol for ET Controllers
In recent years the Irrigation Association (IA) has developed a testing protocol for Smart Water Application Technologies (SWAT). These technologies consist of irrigation controllers such...

Potential-Scour Assessments at 130 Bridges in Iowa

Contraction Scour at a Bridge over the Iowa River

Contraction Scour at a Bridge Over Wolf Creek, Iowa

Contraction Scour: Two Iowa Case Studies

Scour at a Bridge Over the Weldon River Iowa

Sacrificial Piles and Iowa Vanes as Pier Scour Countermeasures

Access Management and Land Use Planning: A Proposed Process

Iowa Travel Model Performance, Twenty Years Later

Sacrificial Piles and Iowa Vanes as Pier Scour Countermeasures

The Suitability of Spangler's Iowa Formula for Predicting Deflection in All Flexible Pipes

Timber Bridges in Southern Iowa

Impact of Farming Systems on Water Quality in Iowa

Conquering Glacial Till in Ames, Iowa

Who's Surfing? We're Working!
Now that the novelty has worn off, how are engineers using the Internet in their everyday work? Productively is the answer, as both firms and software developers make use of the Internet...

Thermal Regime of the Missouri River Along Its Iowa Border

Evaluation of Dormant Season Evapotranspiration
Water use during the dormant season is often considered to be insignificant in terms of the total water balance. Evapotranspiration was measured over three fields with different crop covers...

Potential-Scour Assessments at 130 Bridges in Iowa
A total of 130 highway bridges in Iowa were assessed for potential scour using a potential-scour index developed by the U.S. Geological Survey for a bridge-scour study in western Tennessee....

Are There Benefits to Continuing Professional Development?
This paper was selected as the Mead student paper winner for 1996. The author defended the position that continuing professional development should be a priority for all engineers and...





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