Paul F Juckem
The U.S. Geological Survey
United States Virgin Islands
Paul Juckem is a Hydrologist with the Wisconsin Water Science Center in Middleton, WI. His expertise in groundwater flow modeling is used in studies of regional water resource assessments, groundwater/surface-water interaction, and water quality characterization of lakes, streams, and aquifers. Current work involves: mapping the probability of contaminant plume extents using Analytic Element groundwater flow models and Monte Carlo techniques, evaluating effects of water diversions on water levels in northern Wisconsin lakes and relationships between water level and water quality in shallow lakes, assessing water resources of U.S. Forest Service lands in Wisconsin, monitoring nutrient loading in riverine systems, and evaluating fecal indicator bacteria occurrence and transport at Lake Michigan beaches.
groundwater flow groundwater quality droughts mathematical simulation mathematical modeling
Simulation of the regional groundwater-flow system of the Menominee Indian Reservation, Wisconsin
Simulation of groundwater flow in the glacial aquifer system of northeastern Wisconsin with variable model complexity
Predicting redox-sensitive contaminant concentrations in groundwater using random forest classification