Image: Doug Schnoebelen explains early 20th century mussel production along the Mississippi River during the CZO-IML conference on July 29, 2015. From left, Schnoebelen, Praveen Kumar, Thanos Papanicolaou, and Chris Wilson. Photo: Nick Fetty (University of Iowa) [Click image to enlarge]
Nick Fetty, For the Press-Citizen 7:27 p.m. CDT July 30, 2015
MUSCATINE – In both sports and academics, universities often compete with one another, but one project is bringing together researchers from a handful of Midwestern institutions.
This week, about 30 students, professors and researchers from six schools met at the University of Iowa's Lucille A. Carver Mississippi Riverside Environmental Research Station in Muscatine for a three-day conference focusing on ways to best manage farmland and watersheds in the Midwest.
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