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Randall J. Hunt

Research Hydrologist, Geology

Randy Hunt

 

Contact Information

U.S. Geological Survey
Wisconsin Water Science Center
8505 Research Way
Middleton, Wisconsin 53562
Phone: 608-821-3847
Fax: 608-821-3817
Email: rjhunt@usgs.gov

 

Education

  • Ph.D in Hydrogeology (major) and Wetland Sciences (minor) - University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1993
  • M.S. in Hydrogeology - University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1987
  • B.A. in Geology (major) and Business (major) - Gustavus Adolphus College, 1985

Areas of Expertise

  • My work focuses on groundwater flow, and its effect on natural systems. This research uses a variety of approaches such as numerical modeling, ion and isotope chemistry, tracers, parameter estimation, and stochastic methods. It emphasizes a range of groundwater – surface water systems including wetland, stream, and lake interactions. Recently this work has been extended to research investigating ecohydrology of aquatic systems, effects of climate and landuse drivers, and source and transport of human enteric viruses to drinking water wells.

Current Projects

 

Other Professional Positions

2003 to present - Adjunct Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Geoscience

2000 to 2003 - Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Geoscience

1991 to 1993 - Research Fellow, US DOE, Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Program.

1988 to 1990 - Hydrogeologist/Project Manager, Barr Engineering Company, Minneapolis, MN.

1986 to 1987 - Leopold Research Fellow, Leopold Memorial Reserve, Baraboo, WI.

 

Academic and Professional Service

2005 to present - Appointed by Governor to the State of Wisconsin Department of Regulation and Licensing Geology, Hydrology, Soil Science Joint Board (Chair 2008 - present)

1998 to 2010 - Member, University of Wisconsin System Groundwater Research Advisory Council (Chair 2003-2010)

1995 to present - Member, State of Wisconsin Groundwater Coordinating Council Research Subcommittee

2014 to present - Advisor to the Editor-In-Chief for the journal Groundwater

1997 to 2014 - Associate Editor for the journal Groundwater

2009 to 2013 - Associate Editor for Hydrogeology Journal

2002 to 2004 - Associate Editor for the journal Wetlands

2008 to 2009 - Guest Editor for "Hydrogeoecology and Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems" theme issue of Hydrogeology Journal

2005 to 2006 - Guest Editor for "Analytic Element Modeling" special issue of the journal Ground Water

 

Selected Publications

USGS Series Publications

See also non-series publications >

Hunt, R.J., Walker, J.F., Selbig, W.R., Westenbroek, S.M, and Regan, R.S., 2013, Simulation of Climate-Change Effects on Streamflow, Lake Water Budgets, and Stream Temperature Using GSFLOW and SNTEMP, Trout Lake Watershed, Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2013-5159, 118 p.

Fienen, M.N., D’Oria, Marco, Doherty, J.E., and Hunt, R.J., 2013, Approaches in Highly Parameterized Inversion: bgaPEST, A Bayesian Geostatistical Approach Implementation with PEST. U.S. Geological Survey Techniques and Methods Report, Book 7, Section C, Chapter 9, 86 p.

Karanovic, M., Muffels, C.T., Tonkin, M.J., and Hunt, R.J., 2012, Approaches in Highly Parameterized Inversion: PESTCommander, A Graphical User Interface for File and Run Management Across Networks. U.S. Geological Survey Techniques and Methods Report, Book 7, Section C, Chapter 8, 9 p.

Westenbroek, S.M., Doherty, J.E., Walker, J.F., Kelson, V.A., Hunt, R.J., and Cera, T.B., 2012, Approaches in Highly Parameterized Inversion: TSPROC, A General Time-Series Processor to Assist in Model Calibration and Result Summarization. U.S. Geological Survey Techniques and Methods Report, Book 7, Section C, Chapter 7, 73 p.

Muffels, C.T., Schreüder, W.A., Doherty, J.E., Karanovic, M., Tonkin, M.J., Hunt, R.J., and Welter, D.E., 2012, Approaches in Highly Parameterized Inversion: GENIE, A General Model-independent TCP/IP Run Manager. U.S. Geological Survey Techniques and Methods Report, Book 7, Section C, Chapter 6, 26 p.

Welter, D.E., Doherty, J.E., Hunt, R.J., Muffels, C.T., Tonkin, M.J., and Schreüder, W.A., 2012, Approaches in Highly Parameterized Inversion: PEST++, a Parameter ESTimation Code Optimized for Large Environmental Models. U.S. Geological Survey Techniques and Methods Report, Book 7, Section C, Chapter 5, 47 p.

Markstrom, S.L., Hay, L.E., Ward-Garrison, C.D., Risley, J.C., Battaglin, W.A., Bjerklie, D.M., Chase, K.J., Christiansen, D.E., Dudley, R.W., Hunt, R.J., Koczot, K.M., Mastin, M.C., Regan, R.S., Viger, R.J., Vining, K.C., and Walker, J.F., 2012, Integrated watershed-scale response to climate change for selected basins across the United States. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2011–5077, 143 p.

Walker, J.F., Hunt, R.J., Hay, L.E., and Markstrom, S.L., 2012, Watershed scale response to climate change—Trout Lake Basin, Wisconsin. U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2011–3119, 6 p.

Hunt, R.J., Walker, J.F., Westenbroek, S.M., Hay, L.E., and Markstrom, S.L., 2012, Watershed scale response to climate change—Black Earth Creek Basin, Wisconsin. U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2011–3129, 6 p.

Fienen, M.N., Hunt, R.J., Doherty, J.E., and Reeves, H.W., 2011, Using models for the optimization of hydrologic monitoring. U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2011–3014, 6 p.

Fienen, M.N., Juckem, P.F., and Hunt, R.J., 2011, Simulation of the shallow groundwater-flow system near Mole Lake, Forest County, Wisconsin. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2011–5080, 9 p.

Feinstein, D.T., Dunning, C.P., Juckem, P.F., and Hunt, R.J., 2010, Application of the Local Grid Refinement package to an inset model simulating the interactions of lakes, wells, and shallow groundwater, northwestern Waukesha County, Wisconsin. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2010–5214, 30 p.

Doherty, J.E., Hunt, R.J., and Tonkin, M.J., 2010, Approaches to highly parameterized inversion: A guide to using PEST for model-parameter and predictive-uncertainty analysis. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2010–5211, 71 p.

Doherty, J.E., and Hunt, R.J., 2010, Approaches to Highly Parameterized Inversion: A Guide to Using PEST for Groundwater-Model Calibration. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2010–5169, 60 p.

Doherty, J.E., Fienen, M.F., and Hunt, R.J., 2010, Approaches to highly parameterized inversion: Pilot-point theory, guidelines, and research directions. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2010–5168. 36 p.

Feinstein, D.T., Hunt, R.J., and Reeves, H.W., 2010, Regional groundwater-flow model of the Lake Michigan Basin in support of Great Lakes Basin water availability and use studies. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2010–5109, 379 p.

Fienen, M.N., Doherty, J.E., Hunt, R.J., and Reeves, H.W., 2010, Using prediction uncertainty analysis to design hydrologic monitoring networks—Example applications from the Great Lakes Water Availability Pilot Project. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2010–5159, 44 p.

Hunt, R.J., Juckem, P.F., and Dunning, C.P., 2010, Simulation of the shallow groundwater-flow system near the Hayward Airport, Sawyer County, Wisconsin. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2010-5049, 14 p.

Westenbroek, S.M., Kelson, V.A., Dripps, W.R., Hunt, R.J., and Bradbury, K.R., 2010, SWB - A modified Thornthwaite-Mather Soil Water Balance code for estimating groundwater recharge. U.S. Geological Survey Techniques and Methods 6A31, 65 p.

Gebert, W.A., Walker, J.F., and Hunt, R.J., 2009, Use of streamflow data to estimate average annual recharge in Wisconsin, 1970-99. U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet FS-2009-3092, 4 p.

Glynn, P.D., Larsen, M.C., Greene, E.A., Buss, H.L., Clow, D.W., Hunt, R.J., Mast, M.A., Murphy, S.F., Peters, N.E., Sebestyen, S.D., Shanley, J.B., and Walker, J.F., 2009, Selected achievements, science directions, and new opportunities for the WEBB Small Watershed Research Program, pg. 39-52 in Webb, R.M.T., and Semmens, D.J., eds., Planning for an uncertain future—Monitoring, integration, and adaptation. Proceedings of the 3rd Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2009-5049, 292 p.

Walker, J.F., Hunt, R.J., Markstrom, S.L., Hay, L.E., and Doherty, J., 2009, Using a coupled groundwater/surface-water model to predict climate-change impacts to lakes in the Trout Lake Watershed, Northern Wisconsin, pg. 155-161 in Webb, R.M.T., and Semmens, D.J., eds., Planning for an uncertain future—Monitoring, integration, and adaptation. Proceedings of the 3rd Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2009-5049, 292 p.

Rosenberry, D.O., LaBaugh, J.W., and Hunt, R.J., 2008, Use of monitoring wells, portable piezometers, and seepage meters to quantify flow between surface water and ground water, Chapter 2, pages 43-70, in Field Techniques for Estimating Fluxes Between Surface and Ground Water: U.S. Geological Survey Techniques and Methods Report 4-D2, 128 p.

Juckem, P.F., and Hunt, R.J., 2008, Simulation of contributing areas and surface-water leakage to potential replacement wells near the community of New Post, Sawyer County, Wisconsin, by means of a two-dimensional ground-water-flow model: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2008-1133, 12 p.

Juckem, P.F. and Hunt, R.J., 2007, Simulation of the shallow ground-water-flow system near Grindstone Creek and the Community of New Post, Sawyer County, Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2007-5014, 29 p.

Hunt, R.J., Greb, S.R., Graczyk, D.J., 2006, Evaluating the effects of nearshore development on Wisconsin lakes: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2006-3033, 4 p.

Feinstein, D.T., Buchwald, C.A., Dunning, C.P., and Hunt, R.J., 2006, Development and Application of a Screening Model for Simulating Regional Ground-Water Flow in the St. Croix River Basin, Minnesota and Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2005–5283, 41 p.

Gebert, W.A., Kennedy, J.L., and Hunt, R.J., 2005, The importance of spatial and temporal variability in recharge, in Neff, B.P., Piggott, A.R., and Sheets, R.A., Estimation of shallow ground-water recharge in the Great Lakes Basin: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5284, 31 p.

Dunning, C.P., Feinstein, D.T., Hunt, R.J., and Krohelski, J.T., 2004, Simulation of ground-water flow, surface-water flow, and a deep sewer tunnel system in the Menomonee Valley, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 04-5031, 40 p.

Hunt, R.J., Saad, D.A., and Chapel, D.M., 2003, Numerical Simulation of Ground-Water Flow in La Crosse County, Wisconsin and into Nearby Pools of the Mississippi River: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 03-4154, 36 p.

Graczyk, D.G., Hunt, R.J., Greb, S.R., Buchwald, C.A., and Krohelski, J.T., 2003, Hydrology, water quality, and yields, from near-shore flows to four lakes in northern Wisconsin, 1999-2001: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 03-4144, 64 p.

Krohelski, J.T., Lin, Y., Rose, W.J., and Hunt, R.J., 2002, Simulation of Fish, Mud and Crystal Lakes and the Shallow Ground-Water System, Dane County, Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 02-4014, 18 p.

Krohelski, J.T., Rose, W.J., and Hunt, R.J., 2002, Hydrologic Investigation of Powell Marsh and its Relationship to Dead Pike Lake Vilas County, Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 02-4034, 21 p.

Steuer, J.J., and Hunt, R.J., 2001, Use of a Watershed-Modeling Approach to Assess Hydrologic Effects of Urbanization, North Fork Pheasant Branch Basin near Middleton, Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 01-4113, 49 p.

Hunt, R.J., Bradbury, K.R., and Krohelski, J.T., 2001, The effects of large-scale pumping and diversion on the water resources in Dane County, Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 127-01, 4 p.

Hunt, R.J., and Steuer, J.J., 2001, Evaluating the Effects of Urbanization and Land-Use Planning Using Ground-Water and Surface-Water Models: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 102-01, 4 p.

Hunt, R.J., Graczyk, D.J., and Rose, W.J., 2000, Water flows in the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 068-00, 4 p.

Hunt, R.J., and Steuer, J.J., 2000, Simulation of the recharge area for Frederick Springs, Dane County, Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 00-4172, 33 p.

Hunt, R.J., Lin, Y., Krohelski, J.T., and Juckem, P.F., 2000, Simulation of the shallow hydrologic system in the vicinity of Middle Genesee Lake, Wisconsin, using analytic elements and parameter estimation: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 00-4136, 16 p.

Grannemann, N.G., Hunt, R.J., Nicholas, J.R., Reilly, T.E., and Winter, T.C., 2000, The importance of ground water to the Great Lakes Region: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 00-4008, 12 p.

Hunt, R.J., 1996, Do created wetlands replace the wetlands that are destroyed?: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 246-96, 4 p.

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Journal Publications, Book Chapters, and Other Publications

Hunt, R.J., Borchardt, M.A., and Bradbury, K.R., 2014, Viruses as groundwater tracers: Using ecohydrology to characterize short travel times in aquifers. Rapid Communication Groundwater 52(2): 187-193. doi: 10.1111/gwat.12158

Hunt, R.J., and Schwartz, F.W., 2014, For Whom Do We Write? Suggestions for Getting Read in the Twenty-first Century. Groundwater 52(2): 163-164. doi: 10.1111/gwat.12167

Bradbury, K.R., Borchardt, M.A., Gotkowitz, M., Spencer, S.K., Zhu, J., and Hunt, R.J., 2013, Source and transport of human enteric viruses in deep municipal water supply wells. Environmental Science & Technology, 47(9): 4096–4103. doi: 10.1021/es100698m

Hunt, R.J., and Meine,C., 2012, Luna B. Leopold – Pioneer Setting the Stage for Modern Hydrology. Ground Water 50(6): 966-970. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2012.00994.x

Hunt, R.J., and Feinstein, D.T., 2012, MODFLOW-NWT – Robust handling of dry cells using a Newton Formulation of MODFLOW-2005. Ground Water 50(5): 659-663. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2012.00976.x

Simmons, C.T., and Hunt, R.J., 2012, Updating the debate on model complexity. GSA Today 22(8): 28-29. doi: 10.1130/GSATG150GW.1

Hunt, R.J., 2012, Uncertainty, pp. 92-105 in Australian Groundwater Modelling Guidelines. Waterlines Report Series No. 82, National Water Commission, Canberra, Australia. 191 p. ISBN: 978-1-921853-91-3

Hunt, R.J., and Zheng, C., 2012, The Current State of Modeling. Ground Water 50(3): 329-333. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2012.00936.x

Simmons, C.T., Hunt, R.J., and Cook, P.G., 2012, Using Every Tool in the Toolbox. Editorial for Ground Water 50(3): 323. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2012.00920.x

Hunt, R.J. and Doherty, J., 2011, Interesting or Important? Resetting the Balance of Theory and Application. Editorial for Ground Water 49(3): 301. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2011.00807.x

Welter, D.E., Doherty, J., Muffels, C.T., Tonkin, M.J., Hunt, R.J., Schreüder, W.A., Karanovic, M., 2011, Lowering the Barriers of Entry to Inverse Modeling: PEST++. MODFLOW and More 2011: Integrated Hydrologic Modeling, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Schreüder, W.A., Muffels, C.T., Tonkin, M.J., Doherty, J., Hunt, R.J., and Welter, D.E., 2011, Efficient use of parallel resources using PEST. MODFLOW and More 2011: Integrated Hydrologic Modeling, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Muffels, C.T., Schreüder, W.A., Doherty, J., Karanovic, M., Tonkin, M.J., Hunt, R.J., and Welter, D.E., 2011, A model independent TCP/IP run manager. MODFLOW and More 2011: Integrated Hydrologic Modeling, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Hunt, R.J., Borchardt, M.A., Richards, K.D., and Spencer, S.K., 2010, Assessment of sewer source contamination of drinking water wells using tracers and human enteric viruses.  Environmental Science & Technology, 44(20): 7956-7963, doi:  10.1021/es100698m

Hunt, R.J., Luchette, J., Schreüder, W.A., Rumbaugh, J.O., Doherty, J., Tonkin, M.J., and Rumbaugh, D.B., 2010, Using a Cloud to replenish parched groundwater modeling efforts. First ever Rapid Communication for Ground Water 48(3): 360-365, doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2010.00699.x

Hunt, R.J., and Welter, D.E., 2010, Taking account of “unknown unknowns”. Editorial for Ground Water 48(4): 477, doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2010.00681.x

Haitjema, H.M., Feinstein, D.T., Hunt, R.J., and Gusyev, M., 2010, A hybrid finite difference and analytic element groundwater model. Ground Water 48(4): 538-548, doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2009.00672.

Doherty, J., and Hunt, R.J., 2009, Response to Comment on: Two statistics for evaluating parameter identifiability and error reduction. Journal of Hydrology. doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.10.012

Fienen, M.F., Hunt, R.J., Krabbenhoft, D.P., and Clemo, T., 2009, Obtaining parsimonious hydraulic conductivity fields using head and transport observations: A Bayesian Geostatistical parameter estimation approach. Water Resources Research vol. 45, W08405,doi:10.1029/2008WR007431

Hunt, R.J., Walker, J.F., and Doherty, J., 2009, Parameter estimation and coupled groundwater/surface-water models: A PEST approach. in Conference Proceedings from the 1st PEST Conference, Nov 1-3, 2009, Potomac, MD.

Fienen, M.N., Doherty, J., and Hunt, R.J., 2009, An evaluation of prediction uncertainty tools. in Conference Proceedings from the 1st PEST Conference, Nov 1-3, 2009, Potomac, MD.

Walker, J.F., Hunt, R.J., Doherty, J., and Hay, L., 2009, Processing time-series data to calibrate a surface-water model in small headwater watersheds. in Conference Proceedings from the 1st PEST Conference, Nov 1-3, 2009, Potomac, MD.

Walker, J.F., Hunt, R.J., Markstrom, S.L., Hay, L.E., and Doherty, J., 2009, Using a coupled ground-water/surface-water model to predict climate-change impacts to lakes in the Trout Lake Watershed, northern Wisconsin, in 3rd Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds, Estes Park, CO, U.S. Geological Survey.

Fienen, M.N., Muffles, C.T., and Hunt, R.J., 2009, On constraining pilot point calibration with regularization in PEST. Ground Water 47(6): 835-844, doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2009.00579.x

Hancock, P.J., Hunt, R.J., and Boulton, A.J., 2009, Preface: Hydrogeoecology, the interdisciplinary study of groundwater dependent ecosystems. Hydrogeology Journal 17(1): 1-4, doi:10.1007/s10040-008-0409-8

Skalbeck, J.D., Reed, D.M., Hunt, R.J., and Lambert, J.D., 2009, Relating groundwater to seasonal wetlands in southeastern Wisconsin, USA. Hydrogeology Journal 17(1): 215-228, doi:10.1007/s10040-008-0345-7

Doherty, J., and Hunt, R.J., 2009, Two statistics for evaluating parameter identifiability and error reduction. Journal of Hydrology 366; 119-127, doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.12.018

Bradbury, K.R.; Borchardt, M.A.; Gotkowitz, M.; Hunt, R.J., 2008, Assessment of virus presence and potential virus pathways in deep municipal wells. Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Open-File Report 2008-8. 48 p.

Shanley, J.B., Mast, M.A., Campbell, D.H., Aiken, G.R., Krabbenhoft, D.P., Hunt, R.J., Walker, J.F., Schuster, P.F., Chalmers, A., Aulenbach, B.T., Peters, N.E., Marvin-DiPasquale, M., Clow, D.W., and Shafer, M.M., 2008, Comparison of total mercury and methylmercury cycling at five sites using the small watershed approach: Environmental Pollution, v. 154, no. 1, p. 143-154. doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2007.12.031

Hunt, R.J., Prudic, D.E., Walker, J.F., and Anderson, M.P., 2008, Importance of unsaturated zone flow for simulating recharge in a humid climate: Ground Water, v. 46, no. 4, p. 551-560. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2007.00427.x

Hunt, R.J., Walker, J.F., and Doherty, J., 2008, Using GSFLOW to simulate climate change in a northern temperate climate, p. 109-113 in MODFLOW and More 2008: Ground water and public policy, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Fienen, M.N., Clemo, T., and Hunt, R.J., 2008, Parameter estimation in MODFLOW using a Bayesian inverse approach. p. 420-424 in MODFLOW and More 2008: Ground water and public policy, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Hunt, R.J., Walker, J.F., and Strand, M., 2008, Simulating sensitivity to climate change in the Trout Lake Watershed, northern Wisconsin, USA. in Conference proceedings from the IAH XXXVI International Meeting, Toyama, Japan.

Feinstein, D.T., Hunt, R.J., and Reeves, H.W., 2008, Calibrating a big model: Strategies and limitations. p. 430-434 in MODFLOW and More 2008: Ground water and public policy, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Juckem, P.F., Hunt, R.J., Anderson, M.P., and Robertson, D.M., 2008, Effects of climate and land management change on streamflow in the driftless area of Wisconsin: Journal of Hydrology, v. 355, p. 123-130. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.03.010 

Lowry, C.S., Walker, J.F., Hunt, R.J., and Anderson, M.P., 2007, Identifying spatial variability of groundwater discharge in a wetland stream using a distributed temperature sensor. Water Resources Research, v. 43, W10408, http://www.agu.org/pubs/crossref/2007/2007WR006145.shtml.

Hunt, R.J., Doherty, J., and Tonkin, M.J., 2007, Are models too simple? Arguments for increased parameterization. Issue Paper in Ground Water, v. 45, no. 3, p. 254-261. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2007.00316.x.

Walker, J. F., Saad D. A., and Hunt R. J., 2007, Dynamics of CFCs in northern temperate lakes and adjacent groundwater. Water Resources Research, v. 43, W04423, doi:10.1029/2005WR004647

Kurtz, A.M., Bahr, J.M., Carpenter, Q.J., and Hunt, R.J., 2007, The importance of subsurface geology for water source and vegetation communities in Cherokee Marsh, Wisconsin. Wetlands, v. 27, no.1, p. 189-202. doi:10.1672/0277-5212(2007)27[189:TIOSGF]2.0.CO;2

Hunt, R.J., and Doherty, J., 2006, A strategy of constructing models to minimize prediction uncertainty, p. 56-60 in MODFLOW and More 2006 - Managing Ground Water Systems: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Feinstein, D.T., Haitjema, H.M., and Hunt, R.J., 2006, Towards more accurate leakage and conjunctive use simulations: A coupled GFLOW-MODFLOW application, p. 109-113 in MODFLOW and More 2006 - Managing Ground Water Systems: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Lowry, C.S., Anderson, M.P., and Hunt, R.J., 2006, Modeling groundwater flow and heat transport within a fen/stream complex, p. 278-282 in MODFLOW and More 2006 - Managing Ground Water Systems: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Peters, N.E., Shanley, J.B., Aulenback, B.T., Webb, R.M., Campbell, D.H., Hunt, R.J., Larsen, M.C., Stallard, R.F., Troester, J., and Walker, J.W., 2006, Water and solute mass balance of five small, relatively undisturbed watersheds in the United States. Science of the Total Environment, v. 358, p. 221-242. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2005.04.044

Hunt, R.J., Strand, M., and Walker, J.F., 2006, Measuring groundwater-surface water interaction and its effect on wetland stream benthic productivity, Trout Lake watershed, northern Wisconsin, USA. Journal of Hydrology v. 320, no. 3-4, p. 370-384. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2005.07.029  

Juckem, P.F., Hunt, R.J., and Anderson, M.P., 2006, Scale effects of hydrostratigraphy and recharge zonation on stream baseflow. Ground Water, v. 44, no. 3, p. 362-370 doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2005.00136.x

Haitjema, H.M., Hunt, R.J., Jankovic, I., and de Lange, W.J., 2006, Foreward: Ground water flow modeling with the Analytic Element Method. Ground Water, v. 44, no. 1, p. 1-2. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2005.00144.x

Hunt, R.J., 2006, Review Paper: Ground water modeling applications using the analytic element method. Ground Water v. 44, no. 1, p. 5-15. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2005.00143.x

Dripps, W.R., Hunt, R.J., and Anderson, M.P., 2006, Estimating recharge rates with analytic element models and parameter estimation. Ground Water, v. 44, no. 1, p. 47-55. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2005.00115.x

Hunt, R.J., Feinstein, D.T., Pint, C.D., and Anderson, M.P., 2005, The importance of diverse data types to calibrate a watershed model of the Trout Lake Basin, northern Wisconsin, USA. Journal of Hydrology, v. 321, no. 1-4, p. 286-296. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2005.08.005

Branfireun, B.A., Krabbenhoft, D.P., Hintelmann, H., Hunt, R.J., Hurley, J.P., and Rudd, J.W.M., 2005, Speciation and transport of newly deposited mercury in a boreal forest wetland: a stable mercury isotope approach. Water Resources Research, v. 41, W06016, 11 p. doi:10.1029/2004WR003219.

Hunt, R.J., Coplen, T.B., Haas, N.L., Saad, D.A., and Borchardt, M.A., 2005, Investigating surface water-well interaction using stable isotope ratios of water. Journal of Hydrology, v. 302, no. 1-4, p. 154-172. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2004.07.010

Borchardt, M.A., Haas, N.L., and Hunt, R.J., 2004, Vulnerability of drinking-water wells in La Crosse, Wisconsin to enteric-virus contamination from surface water contributions. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, v. 70, no. 10, p. 5937-5946. doi:10.1128/AEM.70.10.5937-5946.2004

Hunt, R.J., 2003, A water science primer. Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters Transactions, v. 90, p. 11-21.

Chapel, D.M., Bradbury, K.R., Hunt, R.J., and Hennings, R.G., 2003, Hydrogeology of La Crosse County, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Open File Report 2003-03, 75 p.

Walker, J.F., Hunt, R.J., Bullen, T.D., Krabbenhoft, D.P., Kendall, C., 2003, Spatial and temporal variability of isotope and major ion chemistry in the Allequash Creek basin, northern Wisconsin: Ground Water, Special small watersheds issue, v. 41, no. 7, p. 883-894. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2003.tb02431.x

Hunt, R.J., 2003, Ground Water – Lake interaction modeling using the LAK3 Package for MODFLOW2000. Ground Water, v. 41, no. 2, p. 114-118. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2003.tb02575.x

Hunt, R.J., and Wilcox, D.A., 2003, Ecohydrology – Why Hydrologists Should Care. Ground Water, v. 41, no. 3, p. 289. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2003.tb02592.x

Hunt, R.J., and Wilcox, D.A., 2003, Response to comment of Ecohydrology – Why Hydrologists Should Care. Ground Water, v. 41, no. 5, p. 562-563. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2003.tb02393.x

Chapel, D.M., Bradbury, K.R. and Hunt, R.J., 2003, Delineation of 5-year zones of contribution for municipal wells in La Crosse County, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Open-File Report 2003-02, 42 p.

Hunt, R.J., Haitjema, H.M., Krohelski, J.T., and Feinstein, D.T., 2003, Simulating Ground Water-Lake Interactions: Approaches and Insights. Ground Water, v. 41, no. 2, p. 227-237. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2003.tb02586.x

Feinstein, D.T., Dunning, C.P., Hunt, R.J., and Krohelski, J.T., 2003, Stepwise use of GFLOW and MODFLOW to determine relative importance of shallow and deep receptors. Ground Water, v. 41, no. 2, p. 190-199. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2003.tb02582.x

Hunt, R.J., Pint, C.D., and Anderson, M.P., 2003, Using Diverse Data Types to Calibrate a Watershed Model of the Trout Lake Basin, Northern Wisconsin, p. 600-604 in MODFLOW and More 2003: Understanding through Modeling: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

John, R., Pint, C.D., Anderson, M.P., and Hunt, R.J., 2003, The Effects of Potential Climate Change on Lake Levels and Lake Capture Zones, p. 212-216 in MODFLOW and More 2003: Understanding through Modeling: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center . Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Pint, C.D., Hunt, R.J., and Anderson, M.P., 2003, Flow path delineation and ground water age, Allequash Basin, Wisconsin. Ground Water, v. 41, no. 7,  p. 895-902. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2003.tb02432.x

Anderson, M.P., Hunt, R.J., Krohelski, J.T., and Chung, K., 2002, Using high hydraulic conductivity nodes to simulate seepage lakes. Ground Water, v. 40, no. 2, p. 117-122. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2002.tb02496.x

Kelson, V.A., Hunt, R.J., and Haitjema, H.M., 2002, Improving a regional model using reduced complexity and parameter estimation. Ground Water, v. 40, no. 2, p. 132-143. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2002.tb02498.x

Hunt, R.J., 2002, Evaluating the importance of future data collection sites using parameter estimation and analytic element groundwater flow models, p. 755-762 in Proceedings from the XIV International Conference on Computational Methods in Water Resources Conference. Delft, The Netherlands.

Bravo, H.R., Jiang, F., and Hunt, R.J., 2002, Using groundwater temperature data to constrain parameter estimation of groundwater flow models that include wetlands. Water Resources Research, v. 38, no. 8, p. 1153 doi:10.1029/2000WR000172

Hunt, R.J., Steuer, J.J., Mansor, M.T.C., and Bullen, T.D., 2001, Delineating a recharge area for a spring using numerical modeling, Monte Carlo techniques, and geochemical investigation. Ground Water, v. 39, no. 5, p. 702-712. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2001.tb02360.x

Lin, Y., Krohelski, J.T., and Hunt, R.J., 2001, Simulation of lake stage in two seepage lakes in southcentral Wisconsin using the LAK3 package for MODFLOW. p. 411-417 in MODFLOW 2001 and Other Modeling Odysseys: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Feinstein, D.T., Dunning, C.P., and Hunt, R.J., 2001, Joint application of GFLOW and MODFLOW to determine the relative importance of shallow and deep groundwater receptors. p. 678-684 in MODFLOW 2001 and Other Modeling Odysseys: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Lott, R.B., and Hunt, R.J., 2001, Estimating evapotranspiration in natural and constructed wetlands. Wetlands, v. 21, no. 4, p. 614-628. doi:10.1672/0277-5212(2001)021[0614:EEINAC]2.0.CO;2

Hunt, R.J., Haitjema, H.M., Krohelski, J.T., and Feinstein, D.T., 2001, Simulating groundwater-lake interactions with models. MODFLOW and analytic element approaches. p. 328-334 in MODFLOW 2001 and Other Modeling Odysseys: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Krohelski, J.T., Bradbury, K.R., Hunt, R.J., and Swanson, S.K., 2000, Numerical simulation of ground-water flow in Dane County, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Bulletin v. 98, 31 p.

Johnson, T.M., Roback, R.C., McLing, T.L., Bullen, T.D., DePaolo, D.J., Doughty, C., Hunt, R.J., Smith, R.W., Cecil, L.D., and Murrell, M.T., 2000, Groundwater "fast paths" in the Snake River Plain aquifer: Radiogenic isotope ratios as natural groundwater tracers. Geology, v. 28, no. 10, p. 871-874. doi: 10.1130/0091-7613

Hunt, R.J., and Zheng, C., 1999, Debating Complexity in Modeling. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 80, no. 3, p. 29.

Hunt, R.J., Walker, J.F., and Krabbenhoft, D.P., 1999, Characterizing hydrology and the importance of ground-water discharge in natural and constructed wetlands. Wetlands, v. 19, no. 2, p. 458-472.

Hunt, R.J., Jackson, J.O., Running, G.L., Krabbenhoft, D.P., and Krohelski, J.T., 1999, Hydrogeological, geomorphological, and vegetative investigations of select wetland creation and restoration projects. Madison, WI, Department of Transportation Technical Report SPR-0092-45-91. FHWA, Washington DC. 284 p.

Hunt, R.J., Anderson, M.P., and Kelson, V.A., 1998, Improving a complex finite difference groundwater-flow model through the use of an analytic element screening model. Ground Water, v. 36, no. 6, p. 1011-1017. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.1998.tb02108.x

Hunt, R.J., Kelson, V.A., and Anderson, M.P., 1998, Linking an analytic element flow code to MODFLOW – Implementation and benefits. p. 497-504 in MODFLOW '98: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Hunt, R.J., Bullen, T.D., Krabbenhoft, D.P., and Kendall, C., 1998, Using stable isotopes of water and strontium to investigate the hydrology of a natural and a constructed wetland. Ground Water, v. 36, no. 3, p. 434-443. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.1998.tb02814.x

Hunt, R.J., Krabbenhoft, D.P., and Anderson, M.P., 1997, Assessing hydrogeochemical heterogeneity in natural and constructed wetlands. Biogeochemistry, v. 39, no. 3, p. 271-293. doi:10.1023/A:1005889319205

Hunt, R.J., 1997, Book Review: Wetlands – Environmental Gradients, Boundaries and Buffers. Ground Water, v. 35, no. 4, p. 731.

Hunt, R.J., Krabbenhoft, D.P., and Anderson, M.P., 1996, Groundwater inflow measurements in wetland systems. Water Resources Research, v. 32, no. 3, p. 495-507.

Hunt, R.J., and Krohelski, J.T., 1996, The application of an analytic element model to investigate groundwater-lake interactions at Pretty Lake, Wisconsin. Journal of Lake and Reservoir Management v. 12, no. 4,  p. 487-495.

Hunt, R.J., 1993, Hydrological and Hydrogeochemical Investigations of Natural and Constructed Wetlands Near Wilton, Wisconsin: Ph.D. Thesis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 155 p.

Hunt, R.J., 1987, A Survey of the Hydrogeochemistry of the Leopold Memorial Reserve, Baraboo, Wisconsin: M.S. Thesis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 170 p.

 

 

 

 

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LUKES HOSPITAL @ MILWAUKEE,WI 040871476: Flow=0.00cfs,Stage=0.10ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,HOLMES AVE CRK TRIB @ GMIA OUTFALL #1 AT MILWAUKEE 040871475: Flow=1.1cfs,Stage=10.93ft,2016-12-16 07:20,Not ranked,WILSON PARK CREEK @ GMIA OUTFALL #7 @ MILWAUKEE,WI 040871473: Flow=0.00cfs,Stage=10.58ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,WILSON PARK CREEK AT GMIA INFALL AT MILWAUKEE, WI 040869416: Stage=3.85ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,LINCOLN CREEK @ SHERMAN BOULEVARD AT MILWAUKEE, WI 040857005: Stage=4.79ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,OTTER CREEK AT WILLOW ROAD NEAR PLYMOUTH, WI 040854592: Flow=9.9cfs,Stage=4.17ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,FISHER CREEK AT HOWARDS GROVE, WI 040851385: Flow=1710cfs,Stage=578.35ft,Floodstage=584ft,2016-12-16 07:20,Not ranked,FOX RIVER AT OIL TANK DEPOT AT GREEN BAY, WI 040734605: Flow=-20cfs,Stage=5.86ft,2016-12-16 05:00,Not ranked,GREEN LAKE SW INLET @ CT HIGHWY K NR GREEN LAKE,WI 040263205: Flow=18cfs,Stage=1.30ft,2016-12-16 07:35,Not ranked,WHITTLESEY CREEK NEAR ASHLAND, WI 05548170: Flow=17cfs,2013-09-30 23:45,Not ranked,NORTH BRANCH NIPPERSINK CREEK AT GENOA CITY, WI 05548000: Stage=2.57ft,2016-12-16 07:45,Not ranked,NIPPERSINK LAKE AT FOX LAKE, IL 05547500: Stage=2.62ft,2016-12-16 07:45,Not ranked,FOX LAKE NEAR LAKE VILLA, IL 05547000: Stage=2.76ft,2016-12-16 07:45,Not ranked,CHANNEL LAKE NEAR ANTIOCH, IL 05545750: Flow=668cfs,Stage=7.07ft,Floodstage=11ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,FOX RIVER NEAR NEW MUNSTER, WI 05544475: Stage=4.40ft,Floodstage=6ft,2016-12-16 07:45,Not ranked,FOX RIVER AT ROCHESTER, WI 05544385: Stage=11.81ft,2016-12-16 07:45,Not ranked,MUSKEGO (BIG MUSKEGO) LAKE OUTLET NR WIND LAKE, WI 05544348: Stage=1.58ft,2016-12-16 07:30,Not ranked,FOX RIVER AT WATERFORD DAM, AT WATERFORD, WI 05543830: Stage=2.93ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=6ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,FOX RIVER AT WAUKESHA, WI 05527950: Flow=18cfs,Stage=6.41ft,2016-12-16 07:45,Not ranked,MILL CREEK AT OLD MILL CREEK, IL 05527910: Flow=3.8cfs,Stage=16.89ft,2016-12-16 07:45,Not ranked,NORTH MILL CREEK NEAR MILBURN, IL 05527905: Flow=2.0cfs,Stage=10.83ft,2016-12-16 07:45,Not ranked,HASTINGS CREEK NEAR LINDENHURST, IL 05527900: Stage=8.00ft,2016-12-16 07:30:00,Not ranked,Temporarily unavailable,NORTH MILL CREEK AT HICKORY CORNERS, IL 05438283: Flow=1.6cfs,Stage=4.85ft,2016-12-16 07:30,Not ranked,PISCASAW CREEK NEAR WALWORTH, WI 05436500: Stage=1.92ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=5ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,SUGAR RIVER NEAR BRODHEAD, WI 05435950: Stage=3.26ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,SUGAR RIVER NEAR VERONA, WI 05435943: Flow=13cfs,Stage=4.46ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,BADGER MILL CREEK AT VERONA, WI 05434500: Stage=7.97ft,2016-12-16 07:30:00,Floodstage=13.5ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,PECATONICA RIVER AT MARTINTOWN, WI 05433000: Stage=5.90ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=11ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,EAST BRANCH PECATONICA RIVER NR BLANCHARDVILLE, WI 05432500: Stage=3.71ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=13.5ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,PECATONICA RIVER AT DARLINGTON, WI 05431486: Stage=4.78ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=8ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,TURTLE CREEK AT CARVERS ROCK ROAD NEAR CLINTON, WI 05431016: Stage=8.59ft,2016-12-16 04:45:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,JACKSON CREEK AT MOUND ROAD NEAR ELKHORN, WI 05430500: Stage=8.46ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=9ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,ROCK RIVER AT AFTON, WI 05430175: Stage=5.35ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=10ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,YAHARA RIVER NEAR FULTON, WI 05430150: Stage=5.00ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,BADFISH CREEK NEAR COOKSVILLE, WI 05429700: Stage=6.16ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,YAHARA RIVER @ FORTON STREET BRIDGE @ STOUGHTON,WI 05429485: Stage=4.78ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,LAKE WAUBESA AT MC FARLAND, WI 05429000: Stage=5.22ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,LAKE MONONA AT MADISON, WI 05428500: Flow=131cfs,Stage=5.30ft,2016-12-15 15:05,Not ranked,YAHARA RIVER AT EAST MAIN STREET AT MADISON, WI 05428000: Stage=9.35ft,2016-12-16 06:45,Not ranked,LAKE MENDOTA AT MADISON, WI 05427965: Flow=0.00cfs,Stage=0.25ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,SPRING HARBOR STORM SEWER AT MADISON, WI 05427943: Flow=1.8cfs,Stage=3.35ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,PHEASANT BRANCH AT AIRPORT ROAD NEAR MIDDLETON, WI 05427930: Flow=5.5cfs,Stage=9.92ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,DORN (SPRING) CREEK AT CT HIGHWAY M NR WAUNAKEE,WI 05427927: Flow=1.1cfs,Stage=2.55ft,2016-12-16 07:10,Not ranked,DORN (SPRING) CREEK @ CT HIGHWAY Q NR WAUNAKEE, WI 05427910: Flow=23cfs,Stage=9.78ft,2016-12-16 07:10,Not ranked,SIXMILE CREEK @ COUNTY TRNK HGHWY M NR WAUNAKEE,WI 05427880: Flow=7.0cfs,Stage=3.01ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,SIXMILE CREEK AT STATE HIGHWAY 19 NEAR WAUNAKEE,WI 05427850: Flow=84cfs,Stage=9.37ft,2016-12-16 07:10,Not ranked,YAHARA RIVER AT STATE HIGHWAY 113 AT MADISON, WI 05427718: Stage=1.17ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=8ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,YAHARA RIVER AT WINDSOR, WI 05427530: Flow=1900cfs,Stage=3.38ft,Floodstage=6.5ft,2016-12-16 07:10,Not ranked,ROCK RIVER AT NEWVILLE, WI 05427235: Stage=7.07ft,Floodstage=10ft,2016-12-16 07:30,Not ranked,LAKE KOSHKONONG NEAR NEWVILLE, WI 05427085: Stage=12.46ft,2016-12-16 06:55:00,Floodstage=16ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,ROCK RIVER AT ROBERT STREET AT FORT ATKINSON, WI 05426380: Flow=1.7cfs,Stage=0.63ft,2016-12-16 07:30,Not ranked,PARADISE SPRINGS CREEK NEAR EAGLE, WI 05426350: Flow=2.6cfs,Stage=0.30ft,2016-12-16 07:15,Not ranked,SCUPPERNONG RIVER UPSTREAM OF MARL PIT NR EAGLE,WI 05426250: Stage=2.43ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=4ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,BARK RIVER NEAR ROME, WI 05426067: Stage=12.52ft,2016-12-16 03:00:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,BARK RIVER AT NAGAWICKA ROAD AT DELAFIELD, WI 05426000: Stage=3.26ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=7ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,CRAWFISH RIVER AT MILFORD, WI 05425500: Stage=2.84ft,2016-12-16 06:45:00,Floodstage=5.5ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,ROCK RIVER AT WATERTOWN, WI 05424057: Flow=501cfs,2016-12-16 05:55,Stage=7.15ft,2016-12-16 06:00:00,Floodstage=8.5ft,Not ranked,ROCK RIVER AT HORICON, WI 05423500: Stage=2.26ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=6ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,SOUTH BRANCH ROCK RIVER AT WAUPUN, WI 05411500: Stage=13.83ft,2016-12-16 07:45,Not ranked,Mississippi River at Clayton, IA 05408480: Flow=2.4cfs,Stage=2.80ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,W FORK KICKAPOO R AT PEACEFUL VALLEY RD NR CASHTON 05408000: Stage=3.88ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=12ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,KICKAPOO RIVER AT LA FARGE, WI 05407470: Stage=8.65ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=16ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,KICKAPOO RIVER AT STATE HIGHWAY 33 AT ONTARIO, WI 05406500: Stage=2.28ft,2016-12-16 06:45:00,Floodstage=7ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,BLACK EARTH CREEK AT BLACK EARTH, WI 05406479: Flow=21cfs,Stage=2.82ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,BLACK EARTH CK NR TREATMENT PLNT @ CROSS PLAINS,WI 05406469: Flow=2.8cfs,Stage=2.27ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,BREWERY CREEK-UPSTREAM SITE-AT CROSS PLAINS, WI 05406457: Flow=11cfs,Stage=2.13ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,BLACK EARTH CREEK NR BREWERY RD AT CROSS PLAINS,WI 05405000: Stage=9.41ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=16ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,BARABOO RIVER NEAR BARABOO, WI 05404500: 2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,DEVILS LAKE NEAR BARABOO, WI 05404000: Stage=3.91ft,2016-12-16 07:30:00,Floodstage=16ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,WISCONSIN RIVER NEAR WISCONSIN DELLS, WI 05403000: Flow=325cfs,Stage=10.27ft,Floodstage=15ft,2016-12-16 07:30,Not ranked,YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH, WI 05400625: Stage=3.40ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,LITTLE PLOVER RIVER NEAR PLOVER, WI 05399500: Stage=2.84ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=15.5ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,BIG EAU PLEINE RIVER AT STRATFORD, WI 05397500: Stage=3.30ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=9ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,EAU CLAIRE RIVER AT KELLY, WI 05396000: Stage=3.17ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,BIG RIB RIVER AT RIB FALLS, WI 05394500: Stage=2.25ft,2016-12-16 07:30:00,Floodstage=7ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,PRAIRIE RIVER NEAR MERRILL, WI 05393500: Stage=2.41ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=8ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,SPIRIT RIVER AT SPIRIT FALLS, WI 05392187: Stage=10.82ft,2016-12-16 07:15,Not ranked,Tower Creek at Lac du Flambeau, WI 05390685: Flow=8.6cfs,Stage=11.18ft,2016-12-16 07:30,Not ranked,MUSKELLUNGE CREEK NEAR ST. GERMAIN, WI 05390500: Stage=90.93ft,2016-12-16 07:30,Not ranked,ANVIL LAKE NEAR EAGLE RIVER, WI 05389500: Flow=24000cfs,2013-10-29 23:45,Stage=9.54ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=16ft,Not ranked,Mississippi River at McGregor, IA 05389400: Flow=22cfs,Stage=4.04ft,2016-12-16 08:00,Not ranked,Bloody Run Creek near Marquette, IA 05389000: Stage=5.65ft,2016-12-16 07:45:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,Yellow River near Ion, IA 05386400: Stage=32.09ft,2016-12-16 07:45,Not ranked,MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT BROWNSVILLE, MN 05383075: Flow=716cfs,Stage=4.25ft,2016-12-16 07:15,Not ranked,LA CROSSE RIVER NEAR LA CROSSE, WI 05382325: Flow=188cfs,Stage=3.80ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,LA CROSSE RIVER AT SPARTA, WI 05382284: Stage=6.40ft,2016-12-16 07:10:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,SILVER CREEK AT STATE HIGHWAY 21 NEAR ANGELO, WI 05382267: Flow=86cfs,Stage=6.39ft,2016-12-16 07:15,Not ranked,LA CROSSE RIVER @ CNTY TRUNK HIGHWY BB NR TOMAH,WI 05382257: Flow=1.3cfs,Stage=1.71ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,STILLWELL CREEK AT YARD ROAD NEAR TOMAH, WI 05382255: Flow=2.0cfs,Stage=2.44ft,2016-12-16 07:15,Not ranked,STILLWELL CREEK AT SIXTEENTH COURT NEAR TOMAH, WI 05382000: Stage=5.88ft,2016-12-16 07:45:00,Floodstage=12ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,BLACK RIVER NEAR GALESVILLE, WI 05381000: Stage=4.03ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=18ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,BLACK RIVER AT NEILLSVILLE, WI 05379500: Stage=6.85ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=9ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,TREMPEALEAU RIVER AT DODGE, WI 05379400: Stage=4.72ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=8ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,TREMPEALEAU RIVER AT ARCADIA, WI 05378490: Stage=7.68ft,2016-12-16 07:15,Not ranked,MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT LOCK AND DAM 5A NR WINONA, MN 05368000: Stage=5.53ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,HAY RIVER AT WHEELER, WI 05367500: Stage=6.39ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,RED CEDAR RIVER NEAR COLFAX, WI 05366800: Flow=3530cfs,Stage=4.57ft,2016-12-16 06:45,Not ranked,CHIPPEWA R AT GRAND AVE AT EAU CLAIRE, WI 05365550: Flow=3310cfs,Stage=5.85ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,CHIPPEWA RIVER BELOW DELLS DAM AT EAU CLAIRE, WI 05362000: Stage=4.46ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,JUMP RIVER AT SHELDON, WI 05357335: Stage=3.82ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,BEAR RIVER NEAR MANITOWISH WATERS, WI 05357245: Flow=41cfs,Stage=1.25ft,2016-12-16 04:00,Not ranked,TROUT RIVER AT TROUT LAKE NEAR BOULDER JUNCTION,WI 05357230: Stage=7.98ft,2016-12-16 05:30:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,NORTH CREEK AT TROUT LAKE NEAR BOULDER JUNCTION,WI 05357225: Stage=7.92ft,2016-12-16 05:15:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,STEVENSON CREEK @ CT HWY M NR BOULDER JUNCTION, WI 05357215: Flow=15cfs,Stage=1.61ft,2016-12-16 05:15,Not ranked,ALLEQUASH CREEK @ CT HWY M NR BOULDER JUNCTION, WI 05357206: Flow=4.8cfs,Stage=0.50ft,2016-12-16 07:15,Not ranked,ALLEQUASH CREEK SITE NO. 3 NR BOULDER JUNCTION, WI 05356500: Stage=5.79ft,2016-12-16 06:45:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,CHIPPEWA RIVER NEAR BRUCE, WI 05344500: Stage=26.25ft,2016-12-16 07:15,Not ranked,Very low value,MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT PRESCOTT, WI 05344490: Flow=3200cfs,Stage=26.30ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,ST. CROIX RIVER AT PRESCOTT, WI 05342000: Flow=172cfs,Stage=10.65ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,KINNICKINNIC RIVER NEAR RIVER FALLS, WI 05341752: Flow=162cfs,Stage=3.92ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,WILLOW RIVER @ WILLOW R STATE PARK NR BURKHARDT,WI 05331833: Stage=1.98ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,NAMEKAGON RIVER AT LEONARDS, WI 04087257: Stage=1.67ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,PIKE RIVER NEAR RACINE, WI 04087234: Stage=3.85ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,ROOT RIVER AT 60TH ST NEAR CALEDONIA, WI 04087233: Stage=2.91ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=9ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,ROOT RIVER CANAL NEAR FRANKLIN, WI 04087220: Stage=2.04ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=8ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,ROOT RIVER NEAR FRANKLIN, WI 04087214: Stage=10.67ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,ROOT RIVER AT GRANGE AVENUE AT GREENFIELD, WI 04087204: Stage=2.32ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=8ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,OAK CREEK AT SOUTH MILWAUKEE, WI 04087170: Flow=-129cfs,Stage=8.12ft,2016-12-16 05:00,Not ranked,MILWAUKEE RIVER AT MOUTH AT MILWAUKEE, WI 04087159: Stage=6.94ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=16ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,KINNICKINNIC RIVER @ S. 11TH STREET @ MILWAUKEE,WI 04087142: Flow=508cfs,Stage=12.41ft,2016-12-16 07:10,Not ranked,MENOMONEE RIVER AT 16TH STREET AT MILWAUKEE, WI 04087120: Stage=2.29ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=11ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,MENOMONEE RIVER AT WAUWATOSA, WI 04087119: Stage=9.91ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,HONEY CREEK AT WAUWATOSA, WI 04087088: Stage=13.19ft,2016-09-07 18:25:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,UNDERWOOD CREEK AT WAUWATOSA, WI 04087070: Flow=2.6cfs,Stage=3.82ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,LITTLE MENOMONEE RIVER AT MILWAUKEE, WI 04087050: Flow=2.1cfs,Stage=2.10ft,2016-12-15 07:00,Not ranked,LITTLE MENOMONEE RIVER NEAR FREISTADT, WI 04087030: Stage=3.68ft,2016-12-16 07:10:00,Floodstage=7.5ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,MENOMONEE RIVER AT MENOMONEE FALLS, WI 04087000: Stage=3.15ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=7ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,MILWAUKEE RIVER AT MILWAUKEE, WI 04086600: Stage=7.89ft,2016-12-16 07:14:00,Floodstage=11ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,MILWAUKEE RIVER NEAR CEDARBURG, WI 04086500: Stage=6.02ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=10ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,CEDAR CREEK NEAR CEDARBURG, WI 04086000: Stage=5.09ft,2016-12-16 06:45:00,Floodstage=8ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,SHEBOYGAN RIVER AT SHEBOYGAN, WI 04085427: Stage=6.32ft,2016-12-16 06:00:00,Floodstage=10ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,MANITOWOC RIVER AT MANITOWOC, WI 04085200: Stage=8.88ft,2016-12-16 00:45:00,Floodstage=14ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,KEWAUNEE RIVER NEAR KEWAUNEE, WI 04085108: Flow=5.5cfs,Stage=4.62ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,EAST RIVER @ CNTY TRUNK HIGHWAY ZZ NR GREENLEAF,WI 04085082: Stage=579.47ft,2016-11-10 06:50,Not ranked,FOX RIVER DS FROM DUTCHMAN CREEK AT GREEN BAY, WI 04085062: Stage=580.38ft,2016-08-20 06:33,Not ranked,FOX RIVER S OF FOX POINT BOAT LAUNCH @ DE PERE, WI 04085061: Stage=580.12ft,2016-10-11 05:50,Not ranked,FOX RIVER AT FORT HOWARD PAPER MILL AT DE PERE, WI 04084927: Flow=1.1cfs,Stage=3.21ft,2016-12-16 06:00,Not ranked,WEST PLUM CREEK AT NEW ROAD NEAR WRIGHTSTOWN, WI 04084911: Stage=2.58ft,2016-12-16 06:45:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,PLUM CREEK NEAR WRIGHTSTOWN, WI 04084445: Flow=4020cfs,Stage=5.65ft,Floodstage=8.4ft,2016-12-16 07:15,Not ranked,FOX RIVER AT APPLETON, WI 04084255: Stage=2.24ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,LAKE WINNEBAGO NEAR STOCKBRIDGE, WI 04082500: Stage=2.31ft,Floodstage=3.5ft,2016-12-16 05:45,Not ranked,LAKE WINNEBAGO AT OSHKOSH, WI 04082400: Flow=3650cfs,Stage=5.96ft,Floodstage=7.5ft,2016-12-16 07:15,Not ranked,FOX RIVER AT OSHKOSH, WI 04081000: Stage=2.99ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=6ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,WAUPACA RIVER NEAR WAUPACA, WI 04080798: Flow=25cfs,Stage=8.56ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,TOMORROW RIVER NEAR NELSONVILLE, WI 04080000: Stage=1.96ft,2016-12-16 04:00:00,Floodstage=5ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,LITTLE WOLF RIVER AT ROYALTON, WI 04078500: Stage=4.31ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=7ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,EMBARRASS RIVER NEAR EMBARRASS, WI 04077630: Stage=7.03ft,2016-12-16 07:25:00,Floodstage=11ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,RED RIVER AT MORGAN ROAD NEAR MORGAN, WI 04074950: Stage=9.82ft,2016-12-16 07:30:00,Floodstage=11.5ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,WOLF RIVER AT LANGLADE, WI 04073500: Stage=11.00ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=13ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,FOX RIVER AT BERLIN, WI 04073466: Flow=16cfs,Stage=6.46ft,2016-12-16 07:05,Not ranked,SILVER CREEK AT SPAULDING ROAD NEAR GREEN LAKE, WI 04073458: Stage=4.83ft,2016-12-16 05:00:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,ROY CREEK AT ROY CREEK ROAD NEAR GREEN LAKE, WI 04073365: Stage=6.88ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=9.5ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,FOX RIVER AT PRINCETON, WI 04072150: Flow=35cfs,Stage=11.96ft,Floodstage=18ft,2016-12-16 05:00,Not ranked,DUCK CREEK NEAR HOWARD, WI 04072076: Flow=0.41cfs,Stage=2.62ft,2016-12-16 07:00,Not ranked,SILVER CREEK AT FLORIST DRIVE AT ONEIDA, WI 04071765: Stage=5.13ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=9ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,OCONTO RIVER NEAR OCONTO, WI 04071000: Stage=3.92ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=7.5ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,OCONTO RIVER NEAR GILLETT, WI 04069500: Stage=2.16ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=10ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,PESHTIGO RIVER AT PESHTIGO, WI 04069416: Stage=8.88ft,2016-12-16 04:00:00,Floodstage=12ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,PESHTIGO RIVER AT PORTERFIELD, WI 04067958: Stage=5.28ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=9ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,PESHTIGO RIVER NEAR WABENO, WI 04067500: Stage=10.17ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=15ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,MENOMINEE RIVER NEAR MC ALLISTER, WI 04066800: Stage=11.21ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=17ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,MENOMINEE RIVER AT KOSS, MI 04066500: Stage=3.96ft,2016-12-16 07:00:00,Floodstage=6.5ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,PIKE RIVER AT AMBERG, WI 04066030: Flow=2320cfs,2016-12-16 07:30,Floodstage=14ft,Not ranked,MENOMINEE RIVER AT WHITE RAPIDS DAM NEAR BANAT, MI 04065106: Flow=2220cfs,Stage=6.60ft,Floodstage=13ft,2016-12-16 07:30,Not ranked,MENOMINEE RIVER AT NIAGARA, WI 04063700: Stage=2.27ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Floodstage=6ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,POPPLE RIVER NEAR FENCE, WI 04062011: Flow=354cfs,Stage=6.63ft,Floodstage=12ft,2016-12-16 07:30,Not ranked,BRULE RIVER NEAR COMMONWEALTH, WI 04060500: Stage=4.63ft,2016-12-16 07:30:00,Floodstage=11ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,IRON RIVER AT CASPIAN, MI 04037400: Stage=3.97ft,2016-12-16 07:45,Not ranked,CISCO LAKE NEAR WATERSMEET, MI 04031000: Stage=3.60ft,2016-12-16 08:00:00,Floodstage=10ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,BLACK RIVER NEAR BESSEMER, MI 04027000: Stage=3.82ft,2016-12-16 07:45:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,BAD RIVER NEAR ODANAH, WI 04026561: Stage=3.86ft,2016-12-16 07:30:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,TYLER FORKS RIVER AT STRICKER ROAD NEAR MELLEN, WI 04026511: Not ranked,Rating being developed or revised,BAD RIVER AT US HIGHWAY 169 NEAR MELLEN, WI 04026450: Stage=1.54ft,2016-12-16 07:30:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,BAD RIVER NEAR MELLEN, WI 04026390: Stage=4.83ft,2016-12-16 05:00:00,Not ranked,Ice affected, Very low value,BEARTRAP CREEK AT U.S. HIGHWAY 2 NEAR ASHLAND, WI 04025500: Stage=3.22ft,2016-12-16 07:30:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,BOIS BRULE RIVER AT BRULE, WI 04024430: Stage=5.99ft,2016-12-16 07:15:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,NEMADJI RIVER NEAR SOUTH SUPERIOR, WI Go to WaterWatch (offsite) for a larger map with additional options