Knauss Fellowship celebrates 40 years in 2019

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[…]

Green Bay soothsayers seek to project scenarios for ecosystem restoration

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[…]

“Chocolate Milk” Sediment Plumes Featured in Next River Talk

The River Talk series continues at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the Lake Superior Estuarium (3 Marina Dr., Superior, Wis.). Elizabeth Minor, a professor with the University of Minnesota Duluth’s Large Lakes Observatory, will present: “Lake Superior Storm Stories: A Biogeochemist’s View of the Plumes.”

And the Student Becomes the Master

This fall, Wisconsin Sea Grant bid farewell to a longtime and treasured employee, Kathy Schmitt Kline. She’s played many roles in the organization, all in service to Great Lakes stakeholders.