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Julie A. Aadland

Area Hydrologist

Minnesota Department of Education

HQ Phone:  (651) 582-8200

Direct Phone: (218) ***-**** ext. ***direct phone

Email: j***@***.us

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Minnesota Department of Education

1500 Highway 36 West

Saint Paul, Minnesota,55113

United States

Background Information

Employment History

DNR Hydrologist

left , Wilkin SWCD


Affiliations

Friends of the Prairie

Board Member


Web References(8 Total References)


Defending Your Shoreline: Ice Damage : Lake and Home Magazine Online

lakeandhomemagonline.com [cached]

When we have a lot of snow, the ice is more insulated," explains Julie Aadland, area hydrologist with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
"Any lake can be affected. It seems like a lot of the time it happens on lakes with sandy bottoms." As Aadland explains it, the ice covering the lake expands and then contracts. This movement causes cracks to form, which can fill with water. When this liquid freezes, it expands, pushing the ice sheet up against the shore. "There's really nothing you build that's strong enough to push away the build-up of ice," Aadland advises property owners looking to stave off the annual onslaught of ice. The one solution some people have turned to is the challenging task of aerating the water. A pump can be used to keep water from freezing in front of a property. However, Aadland said few people take on this type or project because of the effort required. Aadland said that when the ice push is not really severe, the encroaching ice sheet actually pushes up a helpful sand ridge onto the shore. This provided property owners with a nice deposit of sand for their beach area. "The worst erosion we have is where the lawn goes right to the shore," Aadland says.


Award_Program

www.maswcd.org [cached]

pictured at left, Wilkin SWCD staff and supervisors with DNR Hydrologist Julie Aadland


www.maswcd.org

representatives from East Otter Tail SWCD accepted the award from Julie Aadland, Area Hydrologist with the Department of Natural Resources


www.dl-online.com

The formula that produces the prediction dates back to 2010, said Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Hydrologist Julie Aadland.


ksax.com

We had extreme high water precipitation, and so we just want (people) to be prepared for the potential that they might get land under water that hasn't been historically," DNR Area Hydrologist Julie Aadland said.


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