Volume 1 2015

Latest News

Researchers have found that naturally occurring manganese, which is filtered out of drinking water in Madison, Wis., is capable of degrading organic pollutants. Photo: Matthew Ginder-Vogel

From a Water Nuisance to a Water Cleanser 
Water Resources Institute project looks at manganese in the Madison water system.

Climate Change Effects on Chequamegon Bay Area 
Precipitation estimates for the Bayfield Peninsula failed to take the unique local weather into account, and climate change will only exacerbate the problem.

Special Sections

David Hart and Jennifer Hauxwell

Program/People News
Hart Named Assistant Director for Extension
Hauxwell Named Assistant Director for Research and Student Engagement

Eat Wisconsin Fish — Looking Back, Moving Forward
Sea Grant Goes Under the Microscope
President-Elect Hurley
The Journey Begins for Knauss Marine Policy Fellows
Stories and Science of the St. Louis River Estuary

Featured Social Media + Web
Plunge Into New Wisconsin Shipwrecks Website

Wisconsin's Water Library
Spring Into (Greener) Gardening!

Education News
Landlocked but Water Wise

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