Clean Water: Is it Achievable in Wisconsin? WUWM’s Susan Bence, discusses this with UW-Green Bay Prof. John Luczaj (Geosciences) program. “If you’re a fisheries person, you might think of surface water quality. If you live in a house where lead levels are elevated, you probably think of drinking water. I’m a geologist so I usually think of ground water quality,” Luczaj says.
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