Researcher Greg Kleinheinz aims to assess whether redesigning beaches has an impact on reducing contamination.
The first of UW Sea Grant’s three 2015 Knauss Marine Policy Fellows is a dynamo who’s always expanding her horizons.
If you’ve ever seen the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration or the Sea Grant logo, you’ve probably noticed a gull is part of it. Recently, two NOAA partners seized a chance to give a gull a helping hand.
A Wisconsin Sea Grant-funded researcher has found that dioxin exposure can negatively impact the nose tissue and sexual development of rainbow trout and zebrafish.
She brings years of internal experience to a newly created role.
A website offers a one-stop-shop for wave and weather conditions at Milwaukee County beaches, including information about potentially deadly rip currents.
A team of boat landing inspectors is on Great Lakes sites to spread educational messages to boaters: clean, drain and dry. They protect Wisconsin waters.
Emma Wiermaa is working to give aquaculture a good name — not that it has a bad name — but people sometimes have misconceptions about its fish-raising practices and food safety. Wiermaa is the new part-time outreach specialist at the Northern Aquaculture Demonstration Facility (NADF) in Red Cliff, Wis.
Computer modeling by Wisconsin Sea Grant researchers will provide information for upcoming state-tribal fishing agreement renegotiations in Lake Superior.
The next monthly River Talk is scheduled for May 27, 7 p.m. at the Clyde Iron Works Restaurant (2920 W. Michigan St., Duluth, Minn.). Representatives from the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve and Wisconsin Sea Grant will host a trivia night, featuring prizes and questions based on previous talks.