Fate of groundwater phosphorus from septic systems near lakes
As lakes become increasingly surrounded by conventional septic systems, it is important to be able to communicate the extent to which these systems will impact a lake’s long-term biological
Impact of changing snow cover and frozen ground regimes on groundwater recharge
Understanding the multifaceted feedbacks between snow cover, frozen ground, infiltration and GW recharge are critical for predicting the ways in which our groundwater resources will be affec...
Assessment of the source and mobility of phosphorus in the hydrologic system in western Wisconsin
Phosphorus loading in Wisconsin is responsible for significant lake eutrophication throughout the state, with severe societal and economic impacts, including a loss of recreational tourism, ...
Response of Ice Cover, Water Level and Thermal Structure Climate Change in Wisconsin Lakes
Alterations in lake physical variables, e.g. ice cover and thermal structure, have been identified from the observations in many lakes and found associated with the warming climate. The over...