Launching May 27, “Introduced: Aquatic invaders and stories from our changing waters” will cover a range of topics related to aquatic invasive species in Wisconsin and the Great Lakes.
In Wisconsin, Joe Naughton studied hydrology and urban water issues. Now, as a Knauss Fellow, he’s expanding his knowledge of ocean issues, policy and communication.
The recorded version of a Zoom webinar gives Lake Michigan coastal residents valuable information about water level forecasts, emergency management activities and much more.
The River Talk series is going online for the final talk for this academic year. On May 13, Sam Hansen, former undergraduate research fellow with the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve, will present a talk via Zoom.
The virtual symposium takes places Tuesday, May 5 and touches upon a wide array of water issues.
A Wisconsin Sea Grant-funded project has helped improve the state’s capability to test for PFAS and led to the discovery of their widespread presence in rainwater across the country.
Wisconsin Historical Society archaeologists will lead the effort.
Due to public health concerns surrounding COVID-19, the remaining events in the spring Lake Talks speaker series will be rescheduled for the fall.
A new Wisconsin Sea Grant-funded education project addresses the need for skilled water workers by engaging undergraduate students at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay at Manitowoc in research and connecting the students to their communities.
New research conducted by the UW-Stevens Point Northern Aquaculture Demonstration Facility will focus on out-of-season spawning of walleye so they may be grown year-round in indoor recirculating aquaculture systems.