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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Groundwater in Central Wisconsin: Understanding the...

  • Aired: 03/31/2010
  • 38:34
  • Rating: TV-G
William Bland Professor, Department of Soil Science, UW-Madison Professor William Bland reviews the basics of groundwater then discusses the research being done to understand the linkage between the groundwater level, irrigated agriculture and pumping water. He incorporates his work over the past two years to explain and offer insight to the dwindling level of groundwater in Madison.
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Professor Bland discusses the current status of the groundwater in central Wisconsin.
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