Theses & Dissertations


This collection contains theses and dissertations by graduate students in the historical Environmental Science Program at the University of Northern Iowa.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2015


Variation in mineral content of prairie forb species and content changes over winter related to slagging potential, Jennifer Nyla Wahl Rupp Open Access Thesis

Theses/Dissertations from 2014


Calculating nutrient loads from four tributaries of the Cedar River in Iowa, Jacob Donaghy Open Access Thesis


Understanding habitat associations and population dynamics of the black redhorse, Moxostoma duquesnei, a species of greatest conservation need in Iowa, Ryan Robert Kurtz Thesis (UNI Access Only)


Developing rating curves in a small Iowa watershed to evaluate nutrient loading in streams, Jennifer Mary Shepeck Open Access Thesis

Theses/Dissertations from 2013


Temporal dynamics of nutrient flux across hydrologic unit boundaries, Md. Aminul Haque Open Access Thesis


Long-term, low-dose exposure of people residing in arsenic affected areas of Iowa: A cross-sectional analytical study, Junu Shrestha Open Access Thesis


Understanding the critical role of a wetland in maintaining the ecosystem: A case study, Sushil Tuladhar Open Access Thesis

Theses/Dissertations from 1996


The effects of herbicides on microbial and mycorrhizal populations in native prairie, corn, and non-native prairie vegetation, using the Biolog technique, Susann E. Ahrabi-Fard Open Access Thesis