Geology Seminar-Potatoes and Trout: Groundwater Model Optimization to Balance Agricultural and Ecosystem Stakeholder Needs

12:00 PM  - 1:00 PM
Tuesday Mar 26, 2019
Olin-Rice Science Center 175

Michael Fienen ‘93, Ph D, research hydrologist, deputy director (acting), Integrated Modeling and Prediction Division, United States Geological Survey, Upper Midwest Water Science Center, will speak on "Potatoes and Trout: Groundwater Model Optimization to Balance Agricultural and Ecosystem Stakeholder Needs in the Little Plover River Basin, Wisconsin, USA."

After Mike’s presentation on “Potatoes and Trout: Groundwater Model Optimization,” he will talk about career opportunities within the USGS.  The USGS is not just about geology; it has offices in every state and more than 8,500 employees. The USGS employs a wide variety of scientists in the fields of geology, hydrology, ecology, biology, chemistry and geography/cartography. Mike will be happy to answer questions following his talk.  

This event is for: Students

Sponsored By: Geology

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