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Projects in 2010
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View WR10R001: Development of a User-Friendly Interface for Predicting Climate Change Induced Changes in Evapotranspiration
View WR10R002: Response of Ice Cover, Water Level and Thermal Structure Climate Change in Wisconsin Lakes
View WR10R003: Groundwater Recharge Characteristics and Subsurface Nutrient Dynamics Under Alternate Biofuel Cropping Systems in Wisconsin
View WR10R004: Reducing Nitrate in Groundwater with Slow-Release Fertilizer
View WR10R005: Groundwater Nitrate Processing in Deep Stream Sediments
View WR10R006: Influence of Adsorbed Antibiotics on Water Quality and Soil Microbes
View WR10R007: Transport of Manure-Derived, Tetracycline Resistant Escherichia Coli in Unsaturated Soil


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