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Title

Examination of Eastern Iowa Water Policy

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Abstract

Water policies in the Eastern Iowa area were analyzed to determine their effects on the area as a whole. It was examined to see how effective these policies are in both practice and how they look to the public to better understand what policies for water are effective or ineffective. This is important because it allows one to see what needs updating to modern standards and what modern methods are working in the right direction with advancements in science. The methods used were to analyze and interpret data and findings from several sources including: City codes and plans, research papers and articles, news articles, and opinions from locals and experts. In this research, it can be expected to find information regarding water policy and how it compares across the Eastern Iowa area.

Start Date

12-4-2021 10:00 AM

End Date

12-4-2021 11:00 AM

Faculty Advisor

Lisa Tabor

Department

Department of Geography

Student Type

Undergraduate Student

Comments

This entry was part of the following session of the event:

  • Session title, Environmental & Geography; Monday, April 12, 2021; 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.; Moderator: Marcy Seavey.

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Examination of Eastern Iowa Water Policy

Water policies in the Eastern Iowa area were analyzed to determine their effects on the area as a whole. It was examined to see how effective these policies are in both practice and how they look to the public to better understand what policies for water are effective or ineffective. This is important because it allows one to see what needs updating to modern standards and what modern methods are working in the right direction with advancements in science. The methods used were to analyze and interpret data and findings from several sources including: City codes and plans, research papers and articles, news articles, and opinions from locals and experts. In this research, it can be expected to find information regarding water policy and how it compares across the Eastern Iowa area.