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Dr. Chris Jones, a research engineer at the University of Iowa, will host a FREE public presentation at the River Museum from 6-8 p.m. on June 20. Jones will discuss his work managing the university’s network of real-time, continuous water quality sensors that are deployed at 60 sites across the state. His presentation will discuss Iowa stream water quality and its agricultural connections.
This presentation will be held in the Museum & Aquarium's Journey Theater, located in the Mississippi River Center (west building). This event is part of the River Museum's new series, Our Great River, which aims to educate the public on environmental stewardship pertaining to water quality and urban best management practices.
The presentation will begin with a brief reception from 6-6:30 p.m., followed by the presentation and Q&A. RSVPs are preferred and can be made by clicking the RSVP button below. Seating is limited. All Our Great River events are free to attend thanks to generous support from the Mississippi River Network.
The next Our Great River event will be held on Aug. 15, featuring Paul Schneider, author of Old Man River: The Mississippi River in North American History. Learn more by clicking here.