The third of UW Sea Grant’s 2015 Knauss Marine Policy fellows is drawn to water in every way.
The second of UW Sea Grant’s 2015 Knauss Marion Policy Fellows refuses to let obstacles stand in her way.
Maritime archaeologists survey the docks and timber cribs of the 19th-century brownstone quarries at Stockton, Basswood and Hermit Islands.
Meet Sharon Cook, our newest advisory council member. Sharon is unusually connected to the Great Lakes. She lives two blocks from Lake Michigan in Milwaukee. She tutors a fourth-grade class once a week at a school with a Great Lakes focus. And she has literally immersed herself in Lake Michigan — diving down fifty feet to the shipwreck that claimed the life of her great-great-grandmother and great-aunt.
Using money from the NOAA Marine Debris Program, UW Sea Grant partners to educate commercial and tribal fishermen about the dangers of unmoored gill nets in Lake Superior–and what do do when they become entangled in one.
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.