Subaqueous Industrial Waste in Western Wisconsin Lakes : Reducing/Redirecting the Dredged Materials from Landfills.
Dryer, W. Patrick
McDonald, Jacob M.
Faulkner, Douglas J.
Jol, Harry M.
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Logging was an essential part of western Wisconsin's economy from the 1850s to the 1920s. The logging industry used Half Moon Lake (HML) in Eau Claire as a holding pond awaiting processing at sawmills along the lakeshore. During the logging era, industrial wastes such as bark, sawdust, and slabs, were dumped on top of a former natural lake bottom (fluvial gravels). The industrial waste has been hypothesized to be several meters thick throughout the lake. Volume calculations were determined from GPR profiles to create a bathymetric and thickness map of the organic waste in HML.
Half Moon Lake (Eau Claire, Wis.)
Organic wastes--Wisconsin--Half Moon Lake
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Color poster with text, illustrations, and maps describing research conducted by W. Patrick Dryer and Jacob M. McDonald, advised by Harry M. Jol and Douglas J. Faulkner.