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Ridge and Swale Topography of Chiwaukee Prairie and How it Determines Soil Characteristics
There are many different types of soils that can be found throughout a prairie. Chiwaukee Prairie, especially, contains a variety of soils throughout a changing topography. The prairie has ridge and swale topography, ...
Crimes in Kenosha: What are the Trends?
Crime has been studied for as long as crimes have been committed. There is a solid base of information available that portrays common spatial patterns and trends when analyzing crime. Conducting hotspot analyses of five ...
Mowing Reduction and Prairie Conversion in Crystal Lake Parks
Mowing and managing grass is a necessary task for any land owner, specifically the Crystal Lake Park District. Mowing large amounts of grass can be costly financially and environmentally, so mowing with the most efficiency ...
Soil Analysis of Sloped Farmland In Western Illinois
Farmers often face with the challenge of sloped land when farming the soils of Western Illinois. Because of the slope of the land a farmer must be more aware of the challenges that the soil faces at differing elevations ...
Quantifying Forest Fragmentation and Total Forest in Hoosier, Wayne and Chequamegon National Forests from 1992 to 2006
The United States Forest Service was established to manage and protect national forests since 1905. This study is conducted to see how effectively the national forests are being managed. The three national forests in this ...
The Growth in Access to Local Produce within Urban Populations in Southeastern Wisconsin
The growth in access to local food in urban areas is an important topic concerning a large population of people. A source used to connect people with fresh food is the Farm Fresh Atlas which provides a listing of local ...