Daniel Snow is a research professor in natural resources at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and director of the University of Nebraska Water Sciences Laboratory, a part of the Nebraska Water Center and the Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Institute.

Snow has over 30 years of experience in water chemistry and quality research, with numerous scientific publications studying processes leading to water contamination from nitrate, uranium, pesticides, industrial solvents, pharmaceuticals and toxic algae. He has developed and published new methods for measuring and characterizing water contaminants using state-of-the-art technologies and has served as an invited speaker, panel member and session chair for numerous water-related conferences, workshops and symposiums.

He has an undergraduate degree in geology from Missouri State University, a master's degree in geochemistry from Louisiana State University and a Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska.

April 17, 2014

The Rising Pressures on the Water We Drink

We need to know more about how agricultural practices, extreme weather and aging infrastructure affect our water systems.