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Dr. Maureen Muldoon



  • Professor
  • Hydrogeology & Environmental Geology  
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  • Phone: 920-424-4461
  • Office Hours: Monday/Tuesday: 12:40 p.m. - 2:50 p.m. and Friday 10:20 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 

Fall 2018  Class & Office Schedule

MondayTuesdayWednesday        ThursdayFriday
8:00 EnvGeo lab2
9:10 EnvGeo lec EnvGeo lab2 EnvGeo lec EnvGeo lec 
10:20 Office Hour Office Hour Office Hour
11:30 Office Hour Office Hour PhysGeol Office Hour
12:40 Fac Meeting EnvGeo lab4 EnvGeo lab6 Lab B05L Research
1:50 EnvGeo lab4 EnvGeo lab6 Sustainability Research
3:00 EnvGeo lab5 PhysGeol Research
4:10 EnvGeo lab5 LabA04L Geology Club Research


Ph.D Hydrogeologic Characterization of the Silurian Dolomite in Door County, Wisconsin, at Regional and Site-specific Scales: Comparison of Continuum and Discrete-Fracture Approaches (May 1999; Advisor: Mary P. Anderson) University of Wisconsin Madison 

M.S. Hydrogeologic and Geotechnical Properties of Pre-Late Wisconsin Till Units in Western Marathon County, Wisconsin )1987, Advisor: Dave Mickelson) University of Wisconsin Madison

A.B.: Senior Thesis: Paleoclimatic Analysis of the Clarno Nut Beds (1983, Advisors: Hal Levin and Steve Manchester) Washington University 



Professional Experience:

Research Interests:

  • My main research interests include the investigation of groundwater quality and flow in carbonate rocks, relationship between carbonate stratigraphy and hydraulic properties, hydrogeology of Pleistocene deposits, land-use impacts on groundwater quality, and delineation of wellhead protection zones in fractured rock.

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