The Wisconsin roots of ground water hydrology.

  title={The Wisconsin roots of ground water hydrology.},
  author={Mary P. Anderson},
  journal={Ground water},
  volume={43 1},
We can trace the roots of ground water hydrology in the U.S. to Wisconsin at the end of the nineteenth century when there was a remarkable confluence of talent at the University of Wisconsin (now the University of WisconsinMadison), including T.C. Chamberlin, F.H. King and C.S. Slichter. Although none of these men likely would have identified himself as a hydrologist, each did seminal work in ground water hydrology. Thomas Crowder Chamberlin was born on a farm in Illinois, just south of Beloit… CONTINUE READING
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