Gne Clark, Wisconsin Sea Grant’s coastal engineer, is a go-to source for expertise on beach erosion issues. This is the story of one case involving a group of pier structures on Madeline Island that went all the way to the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
In her studies, master’s degree student Megan Hoff pursues a balance between people, the planet and prosperity. She foresees her career ultimately following that same philosophy and is working with Wisconsin Sea Grant’s Julia Noordyk in Green Bay to make that possible. Noordyk hired Hoff last fall as the first-ever graduate assistant in one of Sea Grant’s field offices.
An exhibit at the Dane County Regional Airport in Madison from now until July offers a wealth of learning about the Great Lakes. On the airport terminal’s ground floor near the ticket counters, Wisconsin Sea Grant’s Graphic Designer Yael Gen has covered five 63-by-48-inch display cases with expansive and colorful photomurals representing themes of sustainability, Read more about A flight of Great Lakes learning[…]
The community read event for Door County kicks off on Feb. 3. Activities will feature presentations by Anne Moser and Julia Noordyk with Wisconsin Sea Grant, plus a talk and gallery show of underwater photos by students from Northwest Passage who were funded through a Sea Grant project.
Since 1982, the marine-science and marine-policy career hopes and dreams of 28 Wisconsin scholars were sparked and nurtured into a blaze due to something known as the John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship, which celebrates a 40-year anniversary this year. The nationally competitive 12-month Washington, D.C.-based fellowship matches graduate students with an interest in ocean, Read more about Knauss Fellowship celebrates 40 years in 2019[…]
They are diverse group—a geoscientist, limnologist and natural resources educator. Also on the team is a water chemist, biologist, civil engineer and watershed scientist. As collaborators on a Sea Grant-funded effort to envision conditions in Green Bay, you could also say they are soothsayers. It’s a project called Transitioning Science to Management: Developing Models and Read more about Green Bay soothsayers seek to project scenarios for ecosystem restoration[…]
Students from Freedom High School in Outagamie County had a rewarding field trip to Milwaukee, where they visited Sea Grant Aquaculture Specialist Fred Binkowski, who gave them a taste of hands-on work with yellow perch.
Sea Grant Fisheries Specialist Titus Seilheimer shares helpful tips for reducing plastic marine debris.
We are always grateful for Wisconsin waters. Thanksgiving is a chance to say an extra thank-you.
Get to know Morgan Witte, a master’s student in library and information science who is working primarily with the Wisconsin Water Library.