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An Assessment of Nutrient Loading through Lacustrine Groundwater Discharge in Mud Lake, Wisconsin
Mud Lake experiences severe lake eutrophication throughout the summer months. Although anthropogenic nutrient sources have been identified as a contributing factor, an ongoing investigation at UW-Eau Claire has demonstrated ...
Measuring Stream Baseflow Conditions in West-Central Wisconsin
This study seeks to measure baseflow conditions in West-Central Wisconsin to aid in determining the impacts of groundwater withdrawals on local streams. Streamflow is measured monthly at fifteen (15) sites across eleven ...
Comparing Paleoproterozoic Felsic Volcanic Centers Across Wisconsin : Implications for Tectonic History and Sulfide Mineralization
The rocks containing the Crandon deposit are part of the Pembine-Wausau Terrain and formed ~1.85 billion years ago. These formed in a bark-arc setting as part of the Penokean Orogeny. Arc-derived sediments eventually covered ...
Temporal Analysis of University Students’ Waste-Sorting Behaviors : Measuring the Impact of Intervention Efforts
Americans churn out an average of over 7 pounds of trash each day. As landfills reach capacity, it is becoming ever more critical to cultivate effective waste-sorting habits that can reduce waste-stream contamination, ...