- Human Dimensions — Watershed Management — Cooperative planning
- Human Dimensions — Water Quality Policy and Management — Federal policy and strategies
- Physical — Hydrologic — Groundwater (supply, recharge, movement, modeling)
Education / Outreach Target Audience
- Bachelors students
- Masters / PhD students
Works closely with local, county, state, regional, and federal government agencies and organizations focusing on water quality and land use in determining susceptible groundwater contamination areas and utilization of appropriate land use practices. He has and continues to work closely withMSUcolleagues on water quality and quantity issues, and land use and whole-farm planning from a watershed perspective. He works closely with others to develop an accessible integrated environmental information web based system including remote sensing and GIS technologies to aid users in making sound environmental, resource, and land use decisions.Dr. Bartholic has contributed significantly to the design and implementation of a highly successful series ofMSUVirtual University Watershed Courses.