Dr. Harry Jol, professor of geography and anthropology at UW-Eau Claire, is featured in the Blugold Spotlight video above. Jol conducts national and international research with UW-Eau Claire students, federal and state agencies, and other academic research institutes, involving ground-penetrating radar to study the landscape, its history and what those findings might mean for the future.
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