Dr. Ken Bradbury will speak at the Door County Environmental Council’s (DCEC) monthly meeting on September 8 at 7 pm. The program will take place at Crossroads at Big Creek located at 2041 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay. There is no admission charge for the event, which is expected to last about one hour with questions and answers following the presentation.
“Ken is such a tremendous resource in this area,” said Jerry Viste, DCEC’s Executive Director. “We’re very excited to bring him to Door County. No one in Wisconsin knows more about how water moves and behaves in fractured rock geology.”
Bradbury received his Ph.D. in hydrogeology from UW-Madison, his AM in geology from Indiana University and his BA in geology from Ohio Wesleyan University. He has been with UW’s Geologicial and Natural History Survey since 1982.
“Dr. Bradbury’s current research interests include groundwater flow in fractured media, groundwater recharge processes, wellhead protection, and the hydrogeology of glacial deposits,” according to a Wisconsin DNR publication.
Those with burned-out compact fluorescent bulbs that they need to dispose of can bring them along, securely wrapped, for free disposal courtesy of DCEC.
For more information on the program and other DCEC events visit http://www.dcec-wi.org or call Jerry Viste at 920.743.6003.