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Groundwater On The Rise 3/17/2010
Hydrologist rises to the challenge of assisting Spring Green residents and FEMA with an unusual type of flooding.
Wisconsin Water Experts Meet In Middleton 3/17/2010
This year's American Water Resources Association (AWRA) meeting was held March 4-5 with the theme of "Emerging Challenges for the Waters of Wisconsin."
Wisconsin Shipwrecks Impress New Zealand Visitor 3/17/2010
Moira Harrington is the new Aquatic Sciences Center communications manager, and Omar Poler is a new student assistant at Wisconsin's Water Library.
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It may be too cold to dive, but it's never too cold to read! Take a look at a few books about Great Lakes shipwrecks.
Students in UW-Madison's "Problems in Oceanography" course obtained field experience during a week-long trip to Sapelo Island, Georgia.
Web Page Provides Latest Information on Asian Carp
State of Lake Michigan Conference
Harbor Corrosion Culprit Identified
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