Biomanipulation of Groundwater Flooding
Changes in land-use/land management and climate perturb the balance of hydrologic fluxes in catchments around the world. In extremely flat, internally or poorly-drained landscapes, imbalance...
Aligning the Wisconsin Idea on water: Interpreting public perspectives and values
Rural land covers most of the state of Wisconsin and thus overlies the majority of aquifer volumes in the state. Rural landowners and land workers are thus intimately connected to the quanti...
Assessment of biochar application to reduce nitrate leaching through agricultural vegetative treatment areas
Nitrate (NO3-) is the most prominent contaminate of private wells in Wisconsin, and agricultural has been directly linked to contributing to NO3- contamination in rural areas. There are mult...
Data-driven Groundwater Depth and Risk Forecasting in the Central Sands Region of WI for Sustainable Management
Successful management of groundwater (GW) quantity and quality requires an improved understanding of controls of natural and anthropogenic factors on GW dynamics and developing models and de...
Mass discharge of road salt via groundwater to surface waters in Southeastern Wisconsin
Chloride is the predominant dissolved-phase constituent of road salt and is highly mobile in runoff water, surface water, and groundwater. The concentrations of chloride in surface waters of...
Measurement of bacterial transport and immobilization in variably saturated geologic materials of WI
The occurrence of bacteria and other microbial agents in private wells across the state of Wisconsin poses significant risks to human health. Discrepancies between bacteria measurements in d...