Ozarks Environmental and Water Resources Institute

  • Ozarks Environmental and Water Resource Institute

  • Assistant Director Marc Owen and Graduate Student Matt Thies Collecting Gravel Samples

  • Graduate Student Matt Thies Collecting Discharge Measurements

  • Collecting Longitudinal Profile Points Using the Total Station on Mill Creek

  • Students Collecting Soil Samples in Mark Twain National Forest

  • Students in Jamaica, January 2016

  • Students Surveying a Beach in Jamaica

  • Collecting GPS Points Using the RTK on Big River

  • Students Collecting Soil Samples for Cesium Testing

  • Students Attend the Annual Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium in Fort Collins, CO

About us

The Ozarks Environmental and Water Resources Institute (OEWRI) is in the College of Natural and Applied Sciences at Missouri State University. The institute supports efforts to protect and restore water quality and supply in the Ozarks Region of southern Missouri and northern Arkansas. It provides a hub for science-based monitoring and assessment of water and sediment quality trends, watershed function and disturbance, and land use/land cover change in the Ozarks. In addition, it implements research projects aimed at solving environmental problems by working in partnership and cooperation with university researchers, environmental groups, and governmental agencies.


April 29 • Eight OEWRI Graduate Assistants presented at the annual Interdisplinary Forum at MSU. Joe Nash and Josh Voss won in the poster presentation category. Click HERE for more information.

April 4 • Kayla Geier and Megan Hente attended the AAG Annual Meeting in Boston to present their thesis research with Dr. Pavlowsky.


CNAS Calendar

Loading Calendar. . .