What We Do
As part of its mission, the Idaho Water Resources Research Institute conducts applied water-related research. Two of the outcomes of that research are written reports and published papers. Some of our previous reports and all of our recent scientific publications are archived here.
Recent publications by IWRRI scholars will be posted here. For older reports, see our archive.
Hilliard, B., Reeder, W. J., Skifton, R. S., Budwig, R., Basham, W., & Tonina, D. (2021). A biologically friendly, low‐cost, and scalable method to map permeable media architecture and interstitial flow. Geophysical Research Letters, 48, e2020GL090462.
J. Langman, A. Jaabir Duunya, A.W. Child, F.M. Wilhelm, J. G. Moberly (2020). Sulfur Species, Bonding Environment, and Metal Mobilization in Mining-Impacted Lake Sediments: Column Experiments Replicating Seasonal. Minerals. 25 September 2020.
Kolok, Alan, S. Ali, Jonathan Rogan, and M. Bartelt-Hunt. The Fate of Synthetic and Endogenous Hormones Used in the US Beef and Dairy Industries and the Potential for Human Exposure. Current Environmental Health Reports 5.2 (2018): 225-32. Web.
Corley, Brittany, Shannon Bartelt-Hunt, Eleanor Rogan, Donald Coulter, John Sparks, Lorena Baccaglini, Madeline Howell, Sidra Liaquat, Rex Commack, and Alan S Kolok. Using Watershed Boundaries to Map Adverse Health Outcomes: Examples From Nebraska, USA Environmental Health Insights 12 (2018): 1178630217751906. Web.
Corley, B., Bartelt-Hunt, S., Rogan, E., Coulter, D., Sparks, J., Baccaglini, L., Howell, M., Liaquat, S., Commack, R., Kolok, A.S. 2018. Using Watershed Boundaries to Map Adverse Health Outcomes: Examples From Nebraska, USA Environmental Health Insights, 12, 1-10.
Langman, J.B., Moberly, J.G. 2018. Weathering of a mined quartz-carbonate, galena-sphalerite ore and release and transport of nanophase zinc carbonate in circumneutral drainage, Journal of Geochemical Exploration 188, 185–193.
Langman, J.B., Torso, K., Moberly, J.G. 2018. Seasonal and Basinal Influences on the Formation and Transport of Dissolved Trace Metal Forms in a Mining-Impacted Riverine Environment, Hydrology 5, 35.