Is Geology Important? Rocks, Water and the Landscape of southeast Minnesota
Stormwater Speaker Series
- Date: 01/24/2018 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
- Location: Saint Mary's University of Minnesota - Cascade Meadow
2900 - 19th Street NW
Rochester, Minnesota 55901
Just how important is it for us to know about the ground we walk on? Jeff Green, a Groundwater Hydrologist for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, will elaborate on southeastern Minnesota’s landscape, why it looks different from the rest of the state, and how the karst geology influences the groundwater supply. He will also provide some examples about karst issues in the Rochester and Olmsted County area. Join us on this figurative walk around southeast Minnesota.
Presentation by Jeff Green, Groundwater Hydrologist for MN-DNR
The Stormwater Presents Speaker Series is a monthly program featuring topics related to stormwater management in the City of Rochester. This program is FREE of charge and no registration is needed. All presentations are held in Rochester at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota - Cascade Meadow (2900 - 19th Street NW). For more information contact: Stephanie with the Public Works Department by email or phone (328-2440).