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Welcome to the Iowa Science Phenomena website! The purpose of this project concept is to collaborate with Iowa organizations and educators to curate and share a growing collection of Iowa-specific phenomena, particularly those that represent locally-relevant or unique concepts.

There are several ways you can be involved in this project:

 

 

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Icicles on a roof growing sideways because of prevailing wind currents...
These photos provide examples of where water is found in Iowa. The...
Many people believe Iowa’s landscape is nothing more than flat plains...
During the early Paleozoic, much of Iowa was covered by a shallow sea...
The agates were found in and around the Volga and Turkey rivers. Lake...
Rime ice occurs when liquid droplets from fog freeze when they make...
The video introduces the geologist heading up a carp deterrent...
This short video shows the flecking damage caused by woodpeckers...
This short video briefly examines a fallen oak log that is slowly...
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