Division of Extension | Madison
Kenneth Bradbury is currently the Director of the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey, and Wisconsin’s State Geologist. He received a PhD in Geology from UW–Madison and has worked on groundwater issues in Wisconsin for over 30 years.
This talk describes how Wisconsin’s unique geologic setting has influenced culture and industry to make the state what it is today.
This talk describes Wisconsin’s groundwater resources, basic principles of hydrogeology and current issues involving groundwater in our state.
This talk discusses the principles of wetland hydrology and explores the links between wetlands and groundwater that are often overlooked.