Arsenic in Iowa's Water Sources: Surveillance, Research, Education and Policy
Wednesday November 9, 2011 Iowa Historical Building, Des Moines, Iowa


"Health effects of arsenic in drinking water" (Audio & Power Point Presentation) Laura Beane Freeman, Investigator, Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology Branch, Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, National Cancer Institute, Rockville, MD

"Arsenic in Iowa groundwater: Monitoring, mapping and geologic distribution" (Audio & Power Point Presentation) Bob Libra, State Geologist, Iowa Geological & Water Survey, IDNR

"Arsenic in Iowa's groundwater - The unknown threat: A pilot study in Cerro Gordo County – Part 1" (Audio & Power Point Presentation) Doug Schnoebelen, Director, Lucille A. Carver Mississippi River Research Station , IIHR, Hydroscience & Engineering, UI

"Arsenic in Iowa's groundwater - The unknown threat: A pilot study in Cerro Gordo County – Part 2" (Audio & Power Point Presentation) Sophia Walsh, Environmental Health Specialist, Cerro Gordo County Dept. of Public Health

"Arsenic release to groundwater: Role of Fe mineral recycling" (Audio & Power Point Presentation) Michelle Scherer, Professor and Chair, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UI

"Arsenic in Minnesota groundwater: Occurrence and geochemical mobilization mechanisms" (Audio & Power Point Presentation) Mindy Erickson, Hydrologist, USGS Minnesota Water Science Center, Mounds View, MN

"Almost everywhere: Naturally occurring arsenic in Wisconsin's aquifers" (Audio & Power Point Presentation) Madeline Gotkowitz, Hydrogeologist, WI Geological and Natural History Survey, Madison, WI

"Arsenic removal/reduction at the point of use in small water systems" (Power Point Presentation only) Jeff Vansteenburg, Field Office Supervisor, Environmental Services Div. Field Office #2, IDNR

"Iowa's capacity to address water well concern: Then, now and into the future" (Power Point Presentation only) Ken Sharp, Director, Division of Environmental Health, IDPH