Council Springs, Madison Wis. Photo by David Nevala.
Linking groundwater and nutrients to monitor fen ecosystems using airborne imaging spectroscopy. Photo by Sara Stathas.
Researching historic changes in groundwater use by trees due to high-capacity groundwater pumping and climate variability. Stevens Point, Wis. Photo by Sara Stathas.
Mapping the base of the Cambrian aquifer through geophysical modeling of Precambrian topography. Devils Lake, Wis. Photo by Sara Stathas.
Anthropogenically driven changes to the metagenome of a shallow groundwater and its effect on aquifer. Milwaukee, Wis. Photo by Sara Stathas.
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Two Water Resources Institute researchers are working on a project that will help farmers in the Central Sands better manage their nitrogen fertilizer use and improve water quality and quantity in a changing climate.
The Water Resources Institute is pleased to share good news involving two UW-Madison graduate students, Madeleine Mathews and Amy Plechacek. Both are advised by Dr. Matthew Ginder-Vogel of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, some of whose research has been supported by WRI.