University of Wisconsin - Green Bay


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Michael Zorn

Michael Zorn

Fall 2012

"Strontium isotopes as a tracer in Brown County groundwater"

Grant in Aid of Research

Final Report: "The GIAR funds ($800) were used to pay for strontium isotope analyses conducted at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Multicollector ICP-MS Laboratory. These analyses will be used to supplement an ongoing research project, conducted by John Luczaj (Geoscience) and myself, to examine the source and distribution of dissolved strontium (Sr) in eastern Wisconsin’s groundwater. The research project, entitled “An evaluation of the distribution and sources of dissolved strontium in the groundwater of Eastern Wisconsin, with a focus on Brown and Outagamie Counties”, is currently funded through the State of Wisconsin Joint Solicitation for Groundwater Research & Monitoring Program. Additional details of this project are included in the original GIAR proposal. The outcomes of the isotope analyses will be successful completion of the project mentioned above, followed by an anticipated 1-2 peer reviewed publications."


Spring 2012

"Catalytic Oxidation of Carbon Dioxide Contaminants for Brewery and Precision Cleaning Applications"

Research Scholar


Spring 2005

"Development of Magnetoelastic Resonance-based Chemical Sensors"

Grant in Aid of Research


Spring 2004

"Study enhanced experimental methods for measuring Inorganic Contaminants in water using a Micromachined DC Plasma instrument"

Grant in Aid of Research


Spring 2003

"Enhanced experimental methods for measuring inorganic contaminants in water using a micromachined DC plasma instrument"

Grant in Aid of Research


Spring 2003

Faculty Lecture Series Presenter


Spring 2002

"Support for Chemicals and Supplies"

Grant in Aid of Research