Karst Research Update - Green Bay, Wisconsin, 11/29/05
In certain parts of the Midwest, cracks, fractures and traces in carbonate bedrock allow surface water to very quickly enter the groundwater aquifer. Understanding the science behind Karst landscapes is the first step towards implementing practices on the land that will reduce the risk of nutrients, sediment and pathogens impacting groundwater. Researchers from across the Midwest will present the latest research in this intermediate-level course into how surface contaminates enter groundwater, and what steps are proven to reduce the risk.
Green Bay, 54311
|Date||Title||Format||Price||State||Reg.Deadline||Date Sort||Reg.Deadline Sort|
|7/17/18 9:30am CDT||Sinkholes, Karst, and Groundwater Workshop||In-person||Wisconsin||July 13, 2018||1531837800||1531476000|