Summer 2005

Latest News

Research Assistant Ashley Winker and UW-Oshkosh Professor Bob Stelzer investigate the role that deep stream sediments play in removing nitrogen from the environment. Photo: John Karl.

Workshop on Water Withdrawals  
Attend a workshop on Great Lakes water agreements [WEB EXTRA]

Frogs Hop into Latest Reading Hour 
Children at the Allied Drive Learning Center leap into frog-themed books, music, crafts, and treats  [WEB EXTRA]

Get Smart with New Podcast Features 
Earthwatch Radio introduces SmartCast and SmartFeed  [WEB EXTRA]

All Arsenic Is Local 
Study highlights importance of testing well water

Sign of the Times 
Tracing causes of beach closings means a busy summer for one researcher

Spreading Knowledge, Stopping Exotics 
Students work at Great Lakes boat ramps to spread the word about exotic species   

Special Sections

Education News
Lake Sturgeon victory sends students to the bayou

Featured Web Site
Meet the online Chronicle

Wisconsin's Water Library
Learn more about the history of the American lawn and environmentally friendly alternatives

Know Your Water Lab
Center for Watershed Science & Education

Program/People News
Andren voted president-elect of NIRWR
Wisconsin Sea Grant speakers at IAGLR 2005

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