Rural Indiana's Drinking Water: Problems and Responses | 2021 Indiana University Rural Conference
From Group IU Center for Rural Engagement on May 12th, 2021
We will discuss challenges facing rural Indiana's drinking water and opportunities to address them. Panelists will speak to variation in natural water quality, access to potable water, presence of arsenic and trace elements, and water consumption among rural Hoosiers, and we will conclude with Q&A and discussion.
Presenters: Tracy Branam, Indiana Geological and Water Survey; Lee Florea, Ph.D., Indiana Geological and Water Survey; Jacqueline MacDonald Gibson, Ph.D., School of Public Health-Bloomington; Amina Salamova, Ph.D., O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs; Julia Valliant, Ph.D., Ostrom Workshop; Chen Zhu, Ph.D, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences