Summer 2007

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Groundwater research verified how quickly nearby contaminants washed pollution through a sinkhole into groundwater and seeped out to a discharge area. Pollution spreads wide, deep, and quickly where the rock is fractured near the surface. Photo: Bob Rashid
Gathering Groundwater Resources 
One of Wisconsin's greatest treasures is perhaps its least visible

Sampling Water from Space 
Scientist uses satellites, sunlight, and lots of math to measure water quality

Class Evaluates New Tools for Land Use Analysis 
Exploring ways to analyze land use in a complex urban neighborhood

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Librarian JoAnn Savoy reads to children at Madison’s Allied Drive Learning Center as part of a water-themed reading hour.
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The Aquatic Sciences Center sends best wishes to JoAnn Savoy for an enjoyable retirement.

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