This blog is about the intersection of water and people on the Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee. Some posts are more scientific, focusing on the quantity and quality of stream, lake and groundwater. Other posts meet the relationship of people and water head-on, considering water as a resource that sustains all life on the plateau. All posts are by Dr. Martin Knoll, professor of geology and hydrology at the University of the South.


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