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Mary P. Anderson

Roadside shrine in Japan
Current Research: My main area of expertise is the application of groundwater flow and transport models to hydrogeological problems. Current research is focused on the use of groundwater models to quantify groundwater fluxes, including areally distributed recharge and discharge to rivers, lakes and wetlands. Our field area is at an NSF-sponsored research LTER (Long Term Ecological Research) site in beautiful Northern Wisconsin, an area rich in lakes and forests. Our study site is the Trout Lake Basin. There is a permanent research station and housing for researchers located on the shores of the lake. Click to find out more about the LTER project.

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Heat as a Ground Water Tracer (Ground Water 2005)

Wisconsin Roots of Ground Water Hydrology (Ground Water 2005)

D.W. Mead (Ground Water 2006)

The HydroMalaprop and the Ground Water Table (Ground Water 2002)

Ground Water Ethics (Ground Water 2007)

Introducing Groundwater Physics (Physics Today 2007)

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Flow Path Delineation & Ground Water Age (Ground Water 2003)

Distributed temperature sensor (Water Resour. Research 2007)