The Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey (WGNHS) has been working to serve Wisconsin for over 100 years. Part of University of Wisconsin-Extension, we provide objective scientific information about the geology, mineral resources, and water resources of Wisconsin.
It’s Noon Wednesday and parts of Wisconsin have been flooded the last few weeks, but what is happening underneath the surface can tell us a lot about what to expect going forward. Mike Parsen of the Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey is here to tell us more.
In Door County, septic system effluent can move through thin soil into underlying karst bedrock and groundwater. We are sampling five wetlands for water quality indicators to help manage endangered Hine's Emerald Dragonfly habitat. http://tinyurl.com/yaubdqa7#WaterWednesday#WGNHSresearch