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UW-Eau Claire Carbon Emissions Inventory, Spring 2008.
In spring 2008, ten UW-Eau Claire (UWEC) students enrolled in IDIS 352 conducted an inventory of the current carbon dioxide emmissions of the UWEC campus. The purpose of the UWEC carbon inventory project was to quantify ...
Vadose zone characterization using ground penetrating radar groundwaves.
Ground penetrating radar (GPR) is a non-invasive geophysical technique that can be used to estimate the soil water content quickly and with high resolution over large areas. This research explores the potential of GPR ...
Three-Dimensional Water Content Estimation Using Ground Penetrating Radar Groundwave Techniques.
Accurate characterization of near-surface soil water content is important for optimizing crop yields, determining the scheduling and volumes of irrigation, and preventing groundwater degradation from agrochemicals leaching ...
Geologic evolution of the Argentinian Andes
Over the past 2.1 Ga the western margin of South America has been subjected to a series of distinct orogenic events. Ongoing field research, including construction of detailed cross sections, will further define tectonic ...
Geomorphology of Cliff-Top Parabolic Dunes within the Lower Chippewa River Valley, Upper Putnam Park, Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
This investigation is part of a broader body of research underway in the Lower Chippewa River Valley (LCRV) of west-central Wisconsin. The LCRV is dominated by sandy texture alluvial and glaciofluvial sediments. The purposes ...
Investigation of Groundwater Geochemistry and Seepage Rates to Determine Domestic Nutrient Input into Eutrophic Lake Altoona, Wisconsin.
Lake Altoona, located in West Central Wisconsin, is an impounded lake created by the damming of the Eau Claire River in 1938. Lake Altoona has exhibited eutrophication and sedimentation problems largely attributed to ...