Dr. Mohammad Z. Iqbal

Professor of Geology
Email Address: 
M.Iqbal@uni.edu
Phone Number: 
319-273-2998
Office: 
Latham 138
Education: 
Ph. D. Geology (1994), Indiana University
M. S. Geology (1990), University of Akron, Ohio
M. Sc. Geology (1985), Dhaka University, Bangladesh
B. Sc. Geology (1982), Dhaka University, Bangladesh
Research Interests: 
  • Groundwater flow and subsurface contaminant transport mechanisms
  • Impact of agricultural practices on aquatic ecosystems
  • Watershed hydrology
Publications: 
  • Gautam, S., and Iqbal, M.Z., 2010. Using stable isotopes of nitrogen to study its source and transformation in a heavily farmed watershed. Environmental Earth Sciences, 60:11-20.
  • Iqbal, M.Z. and Fields, C.L., 2009. Mapping of accumulated nitrogen in the sediment pore water of a eutrophic lake in Iowa, USA. Environmental Geology, 57:465-475.
  • Iqbal, M.Z., 2008. Short-term variability in isotopic composition of precipitation: A case study from the Midwestern United States. Hydrological Processes, 22:4609-4619.
  • Iqbal, M.Z. and Chowdhury, S.H., 2007. Using on-campus monitoring wells to enhance student learning in geo-hydrology courses. Journal of Geoscience Education, 55(5):364-370.
  • Forest, I., Iqbal, M. Z., and Mercer, D. R., 2006. Reliability of water quality test strips for field measurement of nutrients essential for developing mosquito larvae. American Journal of Undergraduate Research, 5(2):1-8.

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