The Door County Environmental Council is hosting Dr. Maureen Muldoon, Ph.D., on Sept. 13, 7 pm, for “Why is the Silurian Dolomite Aquifer So Vulnerable to Contamination?”
Muldoon is a licensed professional geologist and hydrologist in Wisconsin. She will discuss the hydrogeology of Door County’s silurian dolomite aquifer and explain the implications for water quality. She’ll also discuss manure impact in Kewaunee County, recent research from a site in southern Door County and an update on the airborne electromagnetic (AEM) survey, which shows soil depth to bedrock.
This free presentation will take place at Crossroads at Big Creek, 2041 Michigan St., Sturgeon Bay, and will also be available via Zoom at dcec-wi.org.