7/1/2014 - 6/30/2016
- George Kraft
This report documents data and information gathering efforts for 2013 through 2015 that supportgroundwater management activities in the Wisconsin central sands. The central sands containWisconsin’s greatest density of high capacity wells and of groundwater pumping. This pumping is widely recognized as the cause of low groundwater, lake, and wetland levels and low streamflows. The goal of these efforts was to provide monitoring and modeling support for management and policy processes that address groundwater pumping effects on aquatic resources in the Wisconsin central sands.