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Sea Grant is Key Partner in New Lake Superior Estuarine "Living Laboratory"
Newly designated 16,700-acre national estuarine research reserve area in Wisconsin is the nation’s second freshwater reserve.
Tracking the Source of Well Contamination
Sam Sibley, a UW-Madison research associate, is evaluating contaminated wells for the presence of specific viruses that can reveal their human or bovine origins.
Vicky and Bud Harris receive a lifetime achievement award
Kathleen Schmitt Kline returns to the ASC as outreach coordinator
Amy De Simone joins Wisconsin ‘s Water Library
Wisconsin's Water Library
Go Underground for Great Reading—Books on Groundwater
Kathy Johnson is the state’s first NOAA Coastal Management Fellow
Sea Grant seeks all former graduate students
Wisconsin Sea Grant receives special funding through the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative
Readers respond to the “Chronicle” survey
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