The Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute watercraft inspection program, run during the summer in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR), reached 13,200 people and inspected 6,400 watercraft.
What makes a river ugly or beautiful? Sea Grant expertise is contributing to efforts to define what makes waterways aesthetically pleasing.
UW Sea Grant researchers identify a key gene in zebrafish that responds to microscopic doses of a deadly environmental toxin.
UW-Madison Zoology Professor Emily Stanley is characterizing the water chemistry in a Lake Superior tributary.
UW Sea Grant’s coastal engineering outreach specialist has developed a solid reputation as a consultant and problem-solver.
Director Jim Hurley calls for faculty proposals to develop an internal program to create more opportunities for Sea Grant-supported students.
The funding will support their continued work on UW Sea Grant-funded research projects.
Jane Harrison becomes the organization’s first outreach specialist focused on social science.
Trace the history of aquaculture, virtually tour a commercial-scale recirculating aquaculture system and even get tips to start an operation of your own through this brand-new 14-episode audio and video series.
SeaCavesWatch.org is operational for the season and provides photos and data about conditions at the mainland sea caves in the Apostle Islands of Lake Superior.