How do we construct a sustainable future? IRIS affiliate Todd Bridges answers at the annual conference of the Western Dredging Association
Last week, IRIS affiliate Todd Bridges attended the annual conference of the Western Dredging Association, where he gave a presentation titled “The Plant and People Need a Better Way: New Frontiers for Beneficial Use” — in this instance Beneficial Use refers to the practice of using the sediment moved for projects for another, beneficial project,…
A new story featured the research IRIS and River Basin Center graduate student Edward Stowe did on the impacts of development on freshwater fish–and whether offsets intended to compensate for harm were effective. Article written by Cheryth Youngmann. Read the full story here!
Congratulations to our three new IRIS graduates, Matheus Fagundes, Daniel Buhr, and Grant Bilderback!
IRIS graduate students do wide-ranging, incredibly important work. In the past month, we had three students with diverse study areas successfully defend. We’d like to extend a huge congratulations to these students, and applaud their hard work during their time at IRIS and the University of Georgia! Read on to learn more about their research:…