Kurth and Longo Presentation Honored

Published: November 8, 2014

Shannon Kurth and James L. Longo, geosciences students from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, earned runner-up honors for Best Undergraduate Oral Presentation at the Riveredge Nature Center's Student Research Symposium "Connections in Nature."
Their presentation was titled "Demonstration of the Noordbergum Effect Showing Water Level Draw-up During Aquifer Tests at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside Campus." The research was conducted as a follow-up independent study project based on initial observations during the Geosciences 465 Applied Hydrogeology course in summer 2014. 

In addition to presenting at the 2015 American Water Resources Association annual meeting, Kurth and Longo plan to submit their abstract for the 2015 UW System Posters in the Rotunda exhibition, as well as the 2015 UW System Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity.

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