The sleepy tranquility of southern Brown County’s farm country was shaken up a bit on a recent summer morning. A team led by UW-Green Bay assistant professor of Natural and Applied Sciences John Luczaj called in the heavy equipment for a seismic map of what lies hundreds of feet below the surface. They confirmed the existence of an ancient fault line, and added to an important geologic database. View the news video.
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9 Jan, 2020